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What CC is a Daytona 675?

What CC is a Daytona 675?


Engine 675 cc (41.2 cu in) Liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder
Bore × stroke 74.0 mm × 52.3 mm (2.91 in × 2.06 in)
Compression ratio 12.65:1
Fuel system Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection with twin injectors, forced air induction and SAI

Is a slipper clutch worth it?

A Slipper Clutch reduces the effects of engine braking. It also reduces wear and tear on the engine and transmission, thereby improving its durability. A Slipper Clutch prevents the rear-wheel from locking-up in case of any uncertain situation. Slipper Clutch improves the performance of the motorcycle.

When did the Triumph Daytona 675 come out?

2006: Triumph Daytona 675 launched. 2007: Triumph Street Triple launched (a naked, roadster version of the Triumph Daytona 675). 21 owners have reviewed their TRIUMPH DAYTONA 675 (2006 – 2008) and rated it in a number of areas. Read what they have to say and what they like and dislike about the bike below.

Which is better a Triumph Daytona 675 or a Suzuki GSXR750?

In 2007, Performance Bikes Magazine ran a 24-hour racetrack comparison test between a Daytona 675 and a Suzuki GSXR750. Although a mechanical fault prevented the 675 from completing the test, the Triumph had till then consistently outpaced the more powerful Suzuki, averaging 0.7 seconds a lap faster.

How many Daytona 675s are there in the world?

Triumph planned intended to build only 4,000 Daytona 675 models for 2006, with 1,000 marked for the UK, 2,000 for the US, and 1,000 for the rest of the world. Customer demand was very strong, with waiting lists of three months or more in the US and the UK, and even longer in several other parts of the world.

Is the Daytona 675 Special Edition made of carbon fiber?

The 2011 Daytona 675 Special Edition has the same Pearl White bodywork and Blue frame as the 2010 model, but also included as standard carbon fiber replacements for the cockpit infill panels, exhaust heat shield, exhaust cap, and rear hugger as well as Triumph’s aftermarket adjustable levers.

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