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Old 10-30-12, 03:09   #91
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Its not the daytona but found this on the Motorcycle.com page...... I actually like it, except the huge subframe....
I really like that. I'm one of the few people that seems to like the 2013 STriple. When I can upgrade my bike in a few months, I'm going to pick up one specced out like that. Undecided on the colour though. Am a massive fan of the white but the matte grey looks awesome there.
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I foresee alot of owners swapping the old subframes in the future.
Hopefully means our bikes value goes up too!!!
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Old 10-31-12, 08:53   #93
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Its not the daytona but found this on the Motorcycle.com page...... I actually like it, except the huge subframe....
Oooo I like it!! Not the head light though, the rest is awesome
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Its not the daytona but found this on the Motorcycle.com page...... I actually like it, except the huge subframe....

I LOVE THIS!!! 2013 STR!!!!!!!!! FTW!!!!!!!!!!111111!!!one1!

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All I can say is that I'm glad I own a 2009 Street Triple R in matte blazing orange.
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For track use, I like the crashability of an undertail exhaust.
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For track use, I like the crashability of an undertail exhaust.
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Rear sliders are now useless on the exhaust side
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Rear sliders are now useless on the exhaust side
Oh god I didn't even realize the exhaust wasn't undertail until now. Total deal breaker


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... I'm not liking it at all. It looks entirely too angular, similar to a lot of the design cues of Kawasaki.
Maybe a little late to the party, but for sure I won't be getting a 2013 model or any other subsequent year model, before they review the design.

I DON'T LIKE:
-- The whole angular design and blending colors, They should have left that for Kawasaki, they do it better. Triumph designers look like they went dumpster diving for Kawasaki drafts.

-- What's up with that silver piece on the headlights?? I first thought that it was the running lights. Definitely, If I was getting this bike, I would be painting it to match the bike color.
-- No undertail exhaust !! Definitely a deal breaker for a sportbike for me
-- The tail section ...!!! WT$# ... It looks like mixture of the 2013 Ninja 650, an F4, and a BMW 1000RR.
-- Did Ducati make extended mirrors for an 848, but realized that they forgot to add the turn signals and gave those mirrors to Triumph.

Btw, Did I mention that I really don't like the new design at all?!!!
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