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2004 Triumph Speedmaster
2004 Triumph Speedmaster

2004 Triumph Speedmaster
2004 Triumph Speedmaster

2004 Triumph Speedmaster
2004 Triumph Speedmaster

2004 Triumph Speedmaster
2004 Triumph Speedmaster

 

– 2004 Triumph Speedmaster

Just as the America re-defined a lot of perceptions about cruising motorcycles, so the Speedmaster defines a fast-developing niche that exists for more performance-orientated cruisers.

The Speedmaster is built around the America’s proven low-slung chassis and 790cc twin-cylinder engine but has the tougher, pared-down look of a bare-knuckle hot rod.   The DOHC eight-valve air-cooled engine uses the same 270° crankshaft firing interval as the America but vents through a pair of long, deep-chromed silencers. The satin-black engine finish adds a crisp edge to the Speedmaster’s handsome lines as does the slightly more aggressive riding position. High risers mount the flat ‘drag’ handlebars on the slab-style top yoke and match the chromed, forward-set footpegs.

Minimalism is key to the Speedmaster’s ethos. The rev-counter is mounted discretely on the fuel-tank nacelle while the large round white-faced speedo perches above the top-yoke. The tank itself holds 16.6 litres of fuel (4.4 gal US), giving a useful range. The Speedmaster’s paint options of Jet Black with Tornado Red or Racing Yellow infills are joined in 2004 with an infill of Sky Blue.  Alternatively, for those who prefer simplicity, a plain Jet Black option is available.

Twin front discs – gripped by twin-piston calipers – haul the Speedmaster up hard. Cast wheels add style – the 18-inch front wears a 110/80 tyre, the nearly solid 15-inch rear a 170/80 – and the twin shocks and wide-style telescopic forks straighten the curves and iron out the bumps, giving a controlled and supple ride.

And if the Speedmaster’s bare bones want a little more flesh on them… the Triumph accessory range features an array of bolt-ons specifically designed to give the Speedmaster even more edge.



Specification changes for 2004:

Two new paint schemes – An understated Jet Black singe-tone option and an eye-catching Jet Black and Sky Blue two-tone scheme.

 


Colour options:


– Jet Black

– Jet Black / Sky Blue

– Jet Black / Tornado Red

– Jet Black / Racing Yellow





2004 Triumph Speedmaster Specifications:

ENGINE

Type Air-cooled, DOHC, parallel twin, 270° firing interval
Capacity 790cc
Bore/Stroke 86 x 68mm
Compression Ratio 9.2:1
Fuel System Twin carburettors, with throttle position sensor and electric carburettor heaters
Ignition Digital – inductive type

TRANSMISSION
Primary Drive Gear
Final Drive X ring chain
Clutch Wet, multi-plate
Gearbox 5-speed

CYCLE PARTS
Frame Tubular steel cradle
Swingarm Twin-sided, tubular steel
Wheels                       
Front Spoked, 18 x 2.5in
Rear Spoked, 15 x 3.5in
Tyres               
Front 110/80 R 18
Rear 170/80 R 15
Suspension     
Front 41mm forks
Rear Chromed spring twin shocks with adjustable preload
Brakes                        
Front Twin 310mm discs, 2 piston calipers   
Rear Single 285mm disc, 2 piston caliper

DIMENSIONS
Length 2424mm (95.4in)
Width (Handlebars) 844mm (33.2in)
Height 1184mm (46.6in)
Seat Height 720mm (28.3in)
Wheelbase 1655mm (65.2in)
Rake/Trail 33.3°/153mm
Dry Weight 229kg (504lb)
Fuel Tank Capacity 16.6 litres (4.4 gal US)

PERFORMANCE (Measured at crankshaft to DIN 70020)
Maximum Power 62PS (61bhp) at 7,400rpm
Maximum Torque 60Nm (44.3ft.lbf) at 3,500rpm
Warranty 2 years, unlimited mileage
Service Intervals 4000 miles or one year, whichever comes first


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Specifications are subject to change without notice, in accordance with national regulation and legislations.

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