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Triumph Daytona 675

Triumph Daytona 675

Triumph Daytona 675

Triumph Daytona 675 frame

Year of specifications 2006
Engine 675 cc, DOHC in-line-triple
Transmission 6-speed, chain
Top speed 162
0-60 MPH -
Horsepower 126 hp @ 12,600 rpm
Weight 165 kg
Seat height 825 mm

The stunning all-new Triumph Daytona 675's seeds were sown back in 2000 when the idea of a middleweight triple sportsbike was being bounced around the Triumph factory.

Triumph used engineering over styling to design the Daytona 675 and used a chopped and modified Daytona 600 to get the proportions of the 675 exactly right, and to also gain essential feedback from their test riders and engineers.

Interestingly the Daytona 675's initial style direction was inspired by a sketch of a naked bike from someone on the chassis engineering team, rather than an external styling consultancy. The Daytona 675's aesthetic design then gradually evolved to a fully faired bike with help from a Triumph-experienced external designer working closely with Triumph to ensure the bike remained distinctly 'Triumph'.

The Daytona 675 uses a new 675cc 12v DOHC in-line-triple motor developing 123 hp @ 12,200 rpm and 53 lb.ft of torque @ 11,750 rpm running though a close ratio 6-speed gearbox.

Triumph Daytona 675 standard equipment and dimensions:

Frame - cast aluminium alloy twin spar

Swingarm - cast aluminium alloy, adjustable pivot point

Suspension front - 41mm USD Kayaba telescopic forks, adjustable preload, rebound, compression

Suspension rear - monoshock, adjustable preload, rebound, compression

Brakes front - 2 x 308mm discs, 4 pot radial nissin calipers

Brakes rear - 220mm disc, 1 pot caliper

Wheel base - 1392mm

The Daytona 675 has a tall aggressive riding position with plenty of feed back through the chassis, the 675 is slim, light and agile, although rider protection is slightly compromised.

The Triumph Daytona 675 set new standards and is the company's bench mark to date.

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