2006 Triumph Speedmaster

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2006 Triumph Speedmaster
2006 Triumph Speedmaster

2006 Triumph Speedmaster
2006 Triumph Speedmaster

2006 Triumph Speedmaster
2006 Triumph Speedmaster

2006 Triumph Speedmaster
2006 Triumph Speedmaster

2006 Triumph Speedmaster
2006 Triumph Speedmaster

– 2006 Triumph Speedmaster

2006 Triumph Speedmaster

Changes for 2006:
– Moody new Jet Black and Sunset Red paint scheme


Features

Dark, brooding lines and a pared-down hot-rod essence make the Speedmaster a standout middleweight cruiser from every angle. Its 865cc, parallel twin-cylinder engine uses a 270° crank firing interval, giving a distinctive throbbing beat and smooth, torque-laden power delivery. Peak power of 55PS arrives at 6,500rpm, with maximum torque of 68Nm available at just 3,500rpm. Both cylinders vent through a pair of long, deep-chromed silencers while the satin-black engine finish adds a crisp, understated edge to the handsome lines of what is a very evocative powerplant.

The riding position too, which is slightly more purposeful than the usual laid-back cruising stance, sets the Speedmaster apart. High risers mount the flat ‘drag’ handlebars on the slab-style top yoke and match the chromed, forward-set footpegs. The rider sits supported and ‘cupped’ into the gunslinger seat, ready to launch at the horizon.

Cast wheels add style – the 18-inch front wears a 110/80 tyre, the near-solid 15-inch rear a 170/80. The twin shocks and wide-style telescopic forks straighten the curves and iron out the bumps, giving a planted and supple ride. Twin 310mm front discs – gripped by twin-piston calipers – haul the Speedmaster up extremely hard.

As a hot-rodded ‘Factory Custom’, the Speedmaster proves the ethos of less is more, and minimalism is key to the bike’s harder edge. The rev-counter is mounted discretely on the fuel-tank nacelle, the large round white-faced speedo perches cleanly in the rider’s line of sight on its top-yoke mounting. The tank itself holds 16.6 litres of fuel, giving a useful range. The Speedmaster’s paint options are plain Jet Black, Jet Black with Sunset Red infill and Jet Black with Neon Blue infill.

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 lend even more appeal and individuality.

With its punchy engine, mean looks and souped-up chassis the Speedmaster is the very essence of an old-school street rod, packing performance and style into one very individual motorcycle.

 

Colour Options

Jet Black
Jet Black with Neon Blue infill
Jet Black with Sunset Red infill


Triumph Accessories

Roadster Screen Chrome Rocker Gear Lever
Summer Screen Chrome Foot Control Bar
Fly Screen Chrome Chrome Fork Shrouds
Fly Screen Colour Coordinated Chrome Sprocket Cover
Chrome Silencers – Short Slash Cut Chrome Cam Cover
(for off road use only) Chrome Rear Footrest Hangers
Chrome Silencers – Long Slash Cut Chrome Chain Guard
(for off road use only) Chrome Battery Box Cover
Leather Panniers – Slanted Chrome Lower Yoke Cover
Leather Panniers – Rectangular Chrome Lifter Arm Cover
Fabric Panniers Chrome Number Plate Bracket
Touring Pillion Pad Clutch Cover Finisher
Roadster Seat Chrome Caliper Covers
Gunfighter Seat Chrome Levers
Touring Seat Chrome Axle Nut Covers
Solo Seat Kit Chrome Engine Mount
Tall Sissy Bar & Rack Chrome Engine Dress Bars
Short Sissy Bar & Rack Analogue Clock
Luggage Rack Tacho
Chrome Seat Rail Single Seat Finisher
Chrome Seat Rack Tacho
Chrome Light Bar & Lights Knee Pads
Footboards Tank Cover
Air Dam Tank Badges
Custom Paint Kit – Flames All Weather Bike Cover
Alarm/Immobiliser

 

Specification

Engine Type Air-cooled, DOHC, parallel-twin, 270º firing interval
Capacity 865cc
Bore/Stroke 90 x 68mm
Compression Ratio 9.2:1
Fuel System Twin carburettors with throttle position sensor and electric carburettor heaters
Ignition Digital – inductive type
Primary Drive Gear
Final Drive X ring chain
Clutch Wet, multi-plate
Gearbox 5-speed
Frame Tubular steel cradle
Swingarm Twin-sided, tubular steel
Wheels Front Alloy 6-spoke, 18 x 2.5in
Rear Alloy 15 x 3.5in
Tyres Front 110/80 18
Rear 170/80 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
Length 2420mm (95.3in)
Width (Handlebars) 830mm (32.7in)
Height 1160mm (45.7in)
Seat Height 720mm (28.3in)
Wheelbase 1655mm (65.2in)
Rake/Trail 33.3º/153mm
Weight (Dry) 229kg (504lbs)
Fuel Tank Capacity 16.6 litres (4.4 gal US)
Maximum Power 55PS (54bhp) at 6,750 rpm
Maximum Torque 69Nm (51ft.lbf) at 4,800 rpm

PERFORMANCE MEASURED AT CRANKSHAFT TO DIN 70020


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