Triumph T100T Daytona 500 (1967-74)

The Triumph Daytona T100T was a motorcycle manufactured from 1967-74. It boasted a four-stroke, parallel twin-cylinder, OHV engine with 2 valves per cylinder and a capacity of 490 cc. The compression ratio was 9.0:1 and the bike was air-cooled. It had 2 x 26 mm Amal carburetors and a mechanical ignition. The bike started via kick and had a maximum power output of 31 kW/41 hp at 7400 rpm. The transmission was a 4-speed and the final drive was via chain. The bike had Telescopic hydraulic forks for front suspension and a swinging arm, hydraulic damped rear suspension. The front and rear brakes were 8” twin leading shoe drum and 7” single leading shoe drum, respectively. It featured a 3.25×19 front tyre and a 4.00×18 rear tyre. Wheelbase was 1360mm/53.6 in, wet weight was 168 kg/371 lbs, and fuel capacity was 14 litres/3.7 US gal/3.1 Imp gal.

Technical specifications:

Make Model: Triumph Daytona T100T

Year: 1967 – 74

Engine: Four stroke, parallel twin cylinder, OHV, 2 valve per cylinder
Capacity: 490 cc / 29.9 cu in
Bore x Stroke: 69 x 65.5mm
Compression Ratio: 9.0:1
Cooling System: Air cooled
Induction: 2 x 26 mm Amal carburetors
Ignition: Mechanical
Starting: Kick
Max Power: 31 kW / 41 hp @ 7400 rpm
Transmission: 4-speed
Final Drive: Chain
Front Suspension: Telescopic hydraulic forks
Rear Suspension: Swinging arm, hydraulic damped
Front Brakes: 8″ Twin leading shoe drum
Rear Brakes: 7″ single leading shoe drum

Front Tyre: 3.25 x 19
Rear Tyre: 4.00 x 18
Wheelbase: 1360 mm / 53.6 in
Wet Weight: 168 kg / 371 lbs
Fuel Capacity: 14 Litres / 3.7 US gal / 3.1 Imp gal

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