Triumph 675 Daytona 2011

Who remembers when England ruled the world, when there were more brands of motorcycles than boats on the sleeve, when the mention of names like Sunbeam, Velocette, Norton caused a chill in the spine? ?
And then the CB 750 arrived. It took almost 40 years for England to recover from the shock. But the return was masterful. A sword strike over the Islands of the Rising Sun which bears a legendary name: Daytona. The 675 Daytona to be exact. A machine so formidable that it immediately upset the stars in its category … and even in the upper segment. A slap, which Triumph intends to keep close to the cheeks of the competition. To do so, 3 years after its appearance, the 675 Daytona is evolving. Without big changes, just enough to maintain a very high level.

Might as well warn you right away: it is better to have a trained eye to distinguish the new version of the Hinckley sports car. Because apart from the new elongated headlights giving it a more pronounced look, a more elongated fork crown, new indicators and a plate in front of the forced air intake, the 675 2009 looks a lot like the first version. The upgrade focused mainly on the technique and less on the visual.

Triumph used its experience gained during the Supersport World Championship to improve the specs of its little bomb. The three-cylinder can now take 450 rpm more than before and it develops 3 more horsepower, ie 125 nags. It should be noted that the machine now includes certain elements of the Racing kit as standard. The small 2009 Daytona has a new, lighter 2 kilogram exhaust, recalibrated injection, modified combustion chambers, some internal modifications and, a nice little add-on, a pre-wiring to install a shifter.
The chassis is also improving. The inverted 41mm fork now features slow and fast compression adjustment in addition to the usual multitude. Nissin calipers are now one-piece for more consistency and feeling. The new wheels should bring more liveliness to angle changes. Especially since they are not shod with just anything: Pirelli Diablo SP; almost slick.

Descended to 162 kg, the 675 Daytona does not manage to match (on paper) the record weight of the CBR 600. However, its 3-cylinder puncher of 125 cannons has enough to curl its mustache. Particularly gifted at the outset, this evolution of the English sportswoman should delight a large number of amateurs and even more trackers..

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    Performances

    Max speed:
    approx. 257 km / h

The technical aspect

Triumph 675 Daytona 2011

  • Frame
  • Tank: 17.4 liters
  • Width: 700 mm
  • Height: 1120 mm
  • Wheelbase: 1395 mm
  • Dry weight: 162 kg
  • Train before

Triumph 675 Daytona 2011

  • Transmission
  • final by chain
  • Rear axle
  • Engine
  • 674.70 cc
    (74 x 52.3 mm mm)
  • 125
    ch
    at 12,600 rpm
  • 7.40 mkg
    at 11,750 rpm

Detached pieces

exhaust
engine
fluid
electricity

filtration
braking
chain kit

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Triumph 675 Daytona 2011

Triumph 675 Daytona 2011

Triumph 675 Daytona 2011

Triumph 675 Daytona 2011

Triumph 675 Daytona 2011

Triumph 675 Daytona 2011

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Triumph 675 Daytona 2011

Triumph 675 Daytona 2011

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Triumph 675 Daytona 2011

Triumph 675 Daytona 2011

Triumph 675 Daytona 2011

Triumph 675 Daytona 2011

Triumph 675 Daytona 2011

Triumph 675 Daytona 2011

Triumph 675 Daytona 2011

Triumph 675 Daytona 2011

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