2017 Triumph Street Triple 765 India Launch In June – Bookings Open

2017 Triumph Street Triple 765 a dream for every biker

Triumph is upgrading its models every now and then and they are upgrading them in a good way everything in terms of product and companies name is going in the right directions. The Triumph Street Triple 675cc motorcycle was the ideal middleweight motorcycle in the category but the company thought to stop the manufacturing of the bikes and give something new to the bikers in the form of street triple 765

Few day back the dealers have finally commenced booking after world launch in January. The 2017, 765 version comes in three variants and the competition has some serious worries ahead of them. Let’s look at all the details we have below for the version such as R, S And the RS.

Street Triple 765 Design and colours

The motorcycle is unique in design, the bug eye type lamps are tweaked, the tail is leaner, the tank is flat and not round this time giving the bike a meaner look.


2017 Street Triple 765 Engine, Gearbox and Specification

The exciting part of the motorcycle is the engine. The motor is a 765cc engine which now makes 121 BHP of power and 79.6 Nm of torque which is much higher from the existing 77 BHP and 57 Nm of torque. First and second gear ratios are shorter than before. Gearbox now has a new slip and assist clutch for lighter clutch action and will also control things under aggressive downshifts. The new 765cc Street Triple engine is Developed from the Daytona engine. The motor delivers a major step up in power and torque thanks to 80 new parts including new crank, pistons and Nikasil plated aluminium barrels and bespoke camshafts for each model. All combine with the increased bore and stroke that has been increased. The 765 Street shares only 10% of its parts with the old Street engine, but 50% with the Daytona, while it weighs 1.2 kg less than the previous 675 Street.


Triumph Street Triple 765 Top Rivals

The 2017 Triumph Street Triple 765 will take that to the next level as it will take the competition head on. Rivals such as Kawasaki Z900, Yamaha MT-09, and more.

Engine: 765cc Liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line triple

Power: 121 BHP @ 11700 RPM

Torque: 76.9 NM @ 10800 RPM

Bore & Stroke: 78 x 53.4 mm

Compression Ratio: 12.65:1

Clutch Slip & Assist

Front tyre: 120/70 ZR17 Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP

Rear tyre: 180/55 ZR17 Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP

Seat Height: 825 mm

Rake: 23.9 degrees

Trail: 100 mm

Wheelbase: 1410 mm

Dry weight: 166 kgs

Fuel capacity: 17.4 litres


More details and detailed review after the bike is being delivered to its customers.


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