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Triumph Daytona 675

Triumph New Daytona 675

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Since launching as the three cylinder bike the highly competitive supersports category, the Daytona 675 has made a impression. The combination of the lightest in class and narrow three engine has always given the agility and intuitive feel sets the Daytona apart.

The 2009 Daytona improves on still further with new adjustable front and rear both of which allow the to adjust high and low speed damping separately.

There’s evidence of our ongoing performance with increased power now up 3bhp to 126bhp peak, a 7lb reduction in overall weight. The wheel has been reworked to weight and inertia for quicker and improved suspension performance.

Add to this new front monobloc callipers and radial master that deliver track stopping power. For 2009 the management system has been to accept our new accessory quick-shifter. No no fuss just bolt it on and it in.

All this clearly shows how on development time has significantly to the new Daytona 675.

As top supersport in the Masterbike in ‘06 and ‘07 and the Supertest ‘King of the crown for three years the Daytona has already proven to be an combination of inspiration and engineering on and track.


Triumph’s RD department has an evolutionary approach with the Daytona, using experience from racing in the Supersport Championship to develop the new machine.  The specification 675cc three-cylinder revs to a 13,900rpm redline and out a mighty 126bhp.

The Daytona aluminium frame is fabricated open-back cast spars wrap over the top of the motor, the benefits of the narrow three-cylinder The lightest frame in its class, it in at a mere 8.7Kg.

The fully-adjustable 41mm upside forks and rear monoshock both benefit from sophisticated high and low speed control, allowing riders to set Daytona up with maximum This track-bred suspension razor sharp handling and can be by the rider to suit their own

The Daytona 675’s digital console has all the usual trip as well as displaying average economy. Also featured is a lap timer – useful for comparing lap times on a circuit as well as and maximum speed for each


New radial-mount Nissin brakes are mounted to twin discs for stunning levels of power and rider feedback.

Type: Liquid-cooled, DOHC, 3-cylinder

Capacity: 675cc

74.0 x 52.3mm

Compression 12.65:1

Fuel System: sequential electronic fuel with forced air induction

Drive: O ring chain

Wet, multi-plate

Gearbox: close ratio

Frame: beam twin spar

Braced, twin-sided, aluminium with adjustable pivot

Front Wheel: Alloy 17 x 3.5in

Rear Wheel: 5-spoke, 17 x 5.5in

Front Tyre: 120/70 ZR 17

Tyre: 180/55 ZR 17

Front 41mm USD forks with preload, rebound and compression

Rear Suspension: Monoshock piggy back reservoir for preload, rebound and compression

Front Brakes: Twin floating discs, 4 piston calipers with radial cylinder

Rear Brakes: 220mm disc, single caliper

Length: 79.1 in

(Handlebars): 27.5 in

Height: 44 in

Height: 32.5 in

Wheelbase: in

Rake/Trail: 23.9º/89.1mm

Weight 356 lbs

Fuel Tank Capacity: 4.6 gal

Performance (Measured at crankshaft to DIN

Maximum Power: 126 bhp at 12,600rpm

Torque: 53ft.lbf at 11,750 rpm

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