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Triumph Centennial Edition Daytona
Triumph Centennial Edition Daytona

Triumph Daytona 955i

45mm (1.8in) forks dual rate springs and preload, compression and rebound

History [ edit ]

2005 955i

The Triumph Daytona was introduced in 1997 in an attempt by to tap into the sports bike Despite the T595 name, the featured a 955cc displacement three-cylinder engine designed in by Lotus. Along with the triple-cylinder Triumphs, the Daytona to establish the newly managed and its distinctive and unique three-cylinder

The T595-model name concatenated the new series T5 and the first two numbers of the displacement. In 1999 the bike was 955i because the T595 name gave the impression the bike’s engine displaced

Large-scale changes were in 2002, with a complete of the bodywork by designer Gareth a newly designed engine the horsepower to 149 with internal upgrades included Forged crankshaft, forged steel rods, and forged aluminium Focused on reducing weight and handling, the 2002 955i a more common double-sided arm (DSSA) as opposed to the single-sided arm (SSSA) of the previous Daytonas.

The DSSA version weighs 7.5 (3.4kg) less than the due to the lighter weight swing and it is argued that the DSSA handles better than the as it has less flex in the swing The 2002+ 955i version had a compact and advanced Sagem electronic engine management (2-plug) instead of the original MC2000 controller (1-plug).

In 2002, a limited-production Centennial (CE) Daytona 955i was The 955i CE had several noteworthy to and differences from the non-CE DSSA Daytona 955i:

One option of Aston (British Green, which was offered on the 2002 955i Centennial

Carbon fibre infill between the fuel tank and fairing.

Triumph Centennial Edition Daytona
Triumph Centennial Edition Daytona

Carbon fibre panels between the fuel and front fairing.

Single-sided arm (like the previous and later 955i).

In 2002 a limited-production Special (SE) Daytona 955i was The 955i SE model similar to the CE, with red body work and the of the centennial logos.

In 2004, minor changes were including the deletion of the Union logos.

In 2005 the bodywork was to include a horizontally-split headlamp, a streamlined upper fairing, and a tail ‘hump’. The frame was painted black instead of the of all previous models. The fuel-injection was changed from a bypass-regulated-rail to a system.


The post-2002 Daytona 955i gained the popularity of the earlier and pre-2002 955i. Only on the borders of the Super Sport when it was first released in it was considered more of a Sport motorcycle, rather than a Super Sport by 2006 production was discontinued.

Specifications [ ]

Triumph Centennial Edition Daytona
Triumph Centennial Edition Daytona
Triumph Centennial Edition Daytona
Triumph Centennial Edition Daytona
Triumph Centennial Edition Daytona
Triumph Centennial Edition Daytona
Triumph Centennial Edition Daytona
Triumph Centennial Edition Daytona
Triumph Centennial Edition Daytona

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