Triumph Daytona 1200 (1967-74)

The Triumph Daytona T100R was a motorcycle produced by Triumph from 1967 to 1974. It had a four-stroke, twin-cylinder, overhead valve (OHV) engine with 2 valves per cylinder and a capacity of 490cc. The bore and stroke were 69mm and 65.5mm respectively, giving it a compression ratio of 9.0:1. It was air-cooled and had a kick-start mechanism. The maximum power output was 29.2kW or 40 horsepower at 7200 rpm. The transmission was a 4-speed system and the final drive was via a chain. The front suspension consisted of telescopic forks, while the rear had twin shocks and coil springs. The front and rear brakes were drums with internal expanding mechanisms. The front tyre measured 3.25-19 while the rear was 4.00-18. The wheelbase was 1360mm (53.6 inches) and the wet weight was 175kg (386 pounds). The fuel capacity was 13.5 litres (3.6 US gallons or 3.0 Imperial gallons). The top speed for this motorcycle was 160 km/h (99.4 mph).

Technical specifications:

Make Model: Triumph Daytona T100R

Year: 1967 – 74

Engine: Four stroke, twin cylinder, OHV, 2 valves per cylinder
Capacity: 490 cc / 29.9 in
Bore x Stroke: 69 x 65.5 mm
Compression Ratio: 9.0:1
Cooling System: Air cooled
Starting: Kick
Max Power: 29.2 kW / 40 hp @ 7200 rpm
Transmission: 4-Speed
Final Drive: Chain
Front Suspension: telescopic forks
Rear Suspension: Twin Shocks, coil springs
Front Brakes: Drum, internal expanding
Rear Brakes: Drum, internal expanding
Front Tyre: 3.25-19
Rear Tyre: 4.00-18

Wheelbase: 1360 mm / 53.6 in
Wet Weight: 175 kg / 386 lbs
Fuel Capacity: 13.5 L / 3.6 US gal / 3.0 Imp gal
Top Speed: 160 km/h / 99.4 mph

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