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Friday, August 21, 2015

Triumph sportbike-style 70s

A work that deserves a thumbs up on a modification project called Gemini Project of T3 Racing. By producing Triumph Speed ​​Triple motorcycle is a bike race.

The T3 Racing has become the Triumph's official of component and performance in the UK since 2012. Virtually every racing series that followed by Triumph, must be supported by the provider of the racing components.

Results ever produced after modifying the various Triumph models, such as the Daytona Sportbike 675. And this time, a Triumph Speed ​​Triple is a 1,050 cc streetbike transformed into a sportbike with the style of 1970s.
Triumph Speed ​​Triple sportbike with the style of 1970s by T3 Racing in collaboration with Spirit of the Seventies. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1JpZSU0)
As quoted from Lincolnshire Biker on Tuesday, August 18, 2015, in carrying out this project T3 Racing in collaboration with Spirit of the Seventies designers, Kevin Taggart. Undoubtedly, the result is not just a motorcycle with only cosmetic.
Triumph Speed ​​Triple sportbike with the style of 1970s by T3 Racing in collaboration with Spirit of the Seventies. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1JpZSU0)
The front suspension uses the T6 Billet Aluminum Drop-outs. So the ability to rebound and compression better. As for the rear suspension uses a single, expandable so that the rider can adjust fully compression, rebound and preload shockabsorber.
Triumph Speed ​​Triple sportbike with the style of 1970s by T3 Racing in collaboration with Spirit of the Seventies. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1JpZSU0)
Its engine performance gets additions that produces 160 horsepower, an increase of 31 horsepower compared to the Triumph standard streetbike models most in demand in the UK. In addition, panel meters have been replaced, and now keyless.
Triumph Speed ​​Triple sportbike with the style of 1970s by T3 Racing in collaboration with Spirit of the Seventies. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1JpZSU0)
To compensate for the power produced, the standard braking system is removed and replaced with the pad performance and 6-pot calipers of T3. Its production is limited to only 100 units, comprising 50 units of naked variant, and the remaining 50 variants with a fairing. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | LINCOLNSHIRE BIKER]
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