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One look at the spec sheet on the 675 and you will see this isn't your grand pappy's Triumph. Its 675cc, water-cooled three-cylinder 12-valve power unit is extremely compact and features Keihin closed-loop fuel injection and stacked six-speed close ratio transmission. Peak power of 123bhp is delivered at 12,500rpm, with 53 foot-pounds of torque at 11,750rpm. The standard exhaust features an under seat exhaust and also utilizes a secondary valve to boost torque low down. The Daytona 675’s aluminum frame is fabricated with open-back cast spars, which wrap over the top of the motor, accentuating further the benefits of the narrow three-cylinder design. Rake is set at 23.5mm, trail at 86.8mm with a wheelbase of 54.8in. Dry weight is 363lbs. The frame is 5.5 pounds lighter and 4.3 inches narrower than Triumph's previous 650 middleweight, proving it really isn't about size, but how you use it. Suspension is provided by Kayaba 41mm inverted cartridge forks adjustable for preload, compression and rebound damping at the front, monoshock with a piggyback reservoir adjustable for preload, compression and rebound damping at the rear. The wheels are a lightweight five-spoke design; 17 x 3.5in (front) and 17 x 5.5in (rear). Pirelli Dragon Super Corsa Pro's come fitted on the Daytona 675. Front tire size is 120/70 ZR17, the rear a 180/55 ZR17.
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