2004 Triumph Daytona 600 Motortrend

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Triumph Daytona 600

2004 Triumph Daytona 600

Triumph Daytona 600

2004 Daytona 600

2004 Triumph 600

The Daytona name is the stuff of for Triumph Motorcycles and not used The subtle, discreet logo on the 600’s purposeful bodywork just what this new is about; power, poise and control. Fully aware of its Triumph has honed the Daytona 600 a package that provides rider involvement.

Also, with the need for individuality, the 600 is a machine that not only very different but is also with a level of care and to detail that ensures a deal of owner satisfaction.

The heart and lungs of any motorcycle is its and the Daytona’s 599cc liquid-cooled motor pumps out plenty of The target output – 112PS – was reached but not at the expense of driveability by utilising Keihin twin-butterfly EFI bodies and 32 bit processor, throttle is razor sharp and precise.

The exhaust system is made 1.2mm thin wall tube and is of a 4-2-1-2-1 design header lengths tuned to the intake system, head and combustion chamber shape. power arrives at 12,750rpm. torque, 68Nm (50.5ft.lbf), is at 11,000 rpm.

The aluminium twin spar uses a three-cell construction and is incredibly light and strong. and trail are a lightning-sharp 24.6°/89.1mm and the a diminutive 1390mm (54.7in). The 43mm cartridge forks use springs. All fork internals – cartridges and fixings – are made aluminium and the forks are adjustable for preload, compression and rebound

The lightweight rear shock is adjustable for spring preload, and rebound damping.

Twin calipers operate on the front discs with a single-piston on the rear 220mm disc. The three spoke wheels are in aluminium. Tyres sizes are 120/70-ZR17, rear 180/55-ZR17.

The Daytona 600 is available in three options – Racing Yellow, Silver and, new for 2004, Red. The seat cowl is as OE, as is a colour matched rear

Triumph’s commitment to producing a focused sports machine for the world paid off at the 2003 of Man TT. The famous 37.73-mile circuit not provides the backdrop for the greatest motorcycle race in the world but to this day the ultimate test of a power, handling and reliability – not to rider skill. The 2003 TT (for Supersport 600 specification was won by Kiwi Bruce Anstey on the factory-backed ValMoto Daytona

He was a massive – by Junior TT standards, differences are usually measured in – 10.96s ahead of his nearest at the chequered flag and also won the in record time, completing laps in 1 hour, 15 minutes and seconds. Bruce’s Triumph Jim Moodie and John McGuinness, 9th and 10th respectively meaning Triumph also won the coveted TT Team Award.

This victory comes 28 years a Triumph motorcycle last a win at the TT. It not only proves the Daytona overall performance but also emphatically that there is now choice for any motorcyclist considering a 600.

The Daytona 600 is a rare mixture technology, know-how, performance, and sheer beauty in one very and useable package. For no small does Triumph’s new bike wear its Daytona badge. And too.

Changes for 2004:

Triumph Daytona 600

Launched in April 2003 as an release 2004 model, the Daytona 600 colours are joined by a third option – Tornado

Colour options:

— Red

— Racing Yellow

Aluminium Silver

2004 Triumph Daytona 600


Type Liquid-cooled, in-line 4-cylinder


Weight (Dry) 165kg

Triumph Daytona 600
Triumph Daytona 600
Triumph Daytona 600
Triumph Daytona 600
Triumph Daytona 600
Triumph Daytona 600

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