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Wednesday, April 15, 2009

2009 NEW DAYTONA 675

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Since launching as the first three cylinder bike into the highly competitive supersports bike category, the Daytona 675 has made a lasting impression.
The combination of the lightest frame in class and narrow three cylinder engine has always given the handling, agility and intuitive feel that sets the Daytona apart.
The 2009 Daytona improves on this still further with new fully adjustable front and rear suspension, both of which allow the rider to adjust high and low speed compression damping separately.
There’s further evidence of our ongoing performance focus with increased power output, now up 3PS to 128PS peak, plus a 3kg reduction in overall weight. The rear wheel has been reworked to reduce weight and inertia for quicker acceleration and improved suspension performance.

Add to this new front monobloc radial callipers and radial master cylinder that deliver track bred stopping power. For 2009 the engine management system has been calibrated to accept our new accessory quick-shifter. No mess, no fuss just bolt it on and plug it in. All this clearly shows how on track development time has significantly contributed to the new Daytona 675.
As top supersport in the demanding Masterbike in ‘06 and ‘07 and the Supertest ‘King of the Supersport’ crown for three years running, the Daytona has already proven to be an unbeatable combination of inspiration and engineering on road and track.


Triumph's R&D department has taken an evolutionary approach with the 2009 Daytona, using experience gained from racing in the Supersport World Championship to develop the new machine.  The latest specification 675cc three-cylinder engine revs to a 13,900rpm redline and pumps out a mighty 128PS.

Triumph's profilation of this bike
What was it that led you to a Triumph in the first place¿ Was it the history of our parallel twins¿ Our racing heritage on tarmac, dirt and oval tracks¿ Was it because you saw Steve McQueen or Evel Knievel ride one¿ Or was it simply because your Dad had one and said it was the best bike he ever had¿
General information
Model:Triumph Daytona 675
Engine and transmission
Displacement:675.00 ccm (41.19 cubic inches)
Engine type:In-line three
Power:126.05 KW(92.0 KW)) @ 12600 RPM
Torque:75.00 NW  @ 11750 RPM
Bore x stroke:74.0 x 52.3 mm (2.9 x 2.1 inches)
Fuel system:Injection. Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection with forced air induction
Valves per cylinder:4
Fuel control:DOHC
Cooling system:Liquid
Transmission type
final drive:
Clutch:Wet. multi-plate
Physical measures
Dry weight:162.0 kg (357.1 pounds)
Seat height:825 mm (32.5 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.
Overall height:1,120 mm (44.1 inches)
Overall length:2,010 mm (79.1 inches)
Overall width:700 mm (27.6 inches)
Wheelbase:1,395 mm (54.9 inches)
Chassis and dimensions
Frame type:Aluminium beam twin spar
Rake (fork angle):23.9°
Front suspension:41mm upside down forks with adjustable preload. rebound and high/low speed compression damping. 120mm travel
Rear suspension:Monoshock with piggy back reservoir adjustable for preload. rebound and high/low speed comporession damping. 130mm rear wheel travel
Front tyre dimensions:120/70-ZR17
Rear tyre dimensions:180/55-ZR17
Front brakes:Double disc
Front brakes diameter:308 mm (12.1 inches)
Rear brakes:Single disc
Rear brakes diameter:220 mm (8.7 inches)
Speed and acceleration
Power/weight ratio:0.7781 HP/kg
Other specifications
Fuel capacity:17.40 litres (4.60 gallons)
Color options:Jet Black. Tornado Red