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Triumph Daytona 765 to enter in BSB

This will be a factory effort



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God I hope this means we'll get a fairing kit that looks like that.
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God I hope this means we'll get a fairing kit that looks like that.
There are a few companies in Europe who make them but they aren't cheap. Obviously they don't come already painted although some give you the choice of a base gel coat colour.
https://bbt-racing.com/moto2style/?v=6cc98ba2045f
https://www.t3-racing.co.uk/products...2-fairing-kits

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“It is the same engine basis that you have in Moto2, so it comes off of the Street Triple RS but there will be a kit of performance parts so that anyone who wants to race Triumphs in the future will be able to increase the power to ensure we have a competitive set-up.
“Chassis wise, it will be based off the Street Triple RS but there will be a race fairing fitted to the bike, but the basis of the bike will be a Street Triple RS.”
I'm stoked to hear about some go fast bits because I'm currently in the process of doing a 765 conversion using a 2017 Street Triple 765 RS
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I've seen those kits you linked and they're not nearly as sleek as the Triumph prototype bodywork I'm hoping for. The cost is actually pretty comparable to what we pay for a nice superstock kit.
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Welp, that didn't take long. Notice WHO the team manager is. ;) Performance Technical Racing. More like "Previous Triumph Racing" :D


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