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post #1 of 6 Old 07-14-18, 00:13 Thread Starter
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The Daytona is dead? Not so fast!

Si Westwood of Triumph race support, posted this on Facebook. Article is from 44 teeth.


http://44teeth.com/will-new-triumph-daytona-think/
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post #2 of 6 Old 07-14-18, 00:28
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FYI I got a survey from Triumph emailed to me yesterday, all questions relating to a Daytona 765
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I got one too, about a month ago.
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Si Westwood of Triumph race support, posted this on Facebook. Article is from 44 teeth.


http://44teeth.com/will-new-triumph-daytona-think/
Pretty sure this is an old article from fall of last year.
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Maybe the extra grunt would make better use of low tq without back pressure, that would be pretty sweet.

I wish Triumph would slap together a little track learner type of bike like the big three have done, but that's really neither here nor there I guess.
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They had a 250 fully developed and they canned it when everyone went to 300s. As I understand it though it was only going to be built and sold in the small bike markets. Brazil, China, India.
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