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2009 Triumph Daytona 675
2009 Triumph Daytona 675

2009 Triumph Daytona 675
2009 Triumph Daytona 675

2009 Triumph Daytona 675
2009 Triumph Daytona 675

– 2009 Triumph Daytona 675

2009 Triumph Daytona 675

Since launching as the first three cylinder bike into the highly competitive supersports bike category, the Daytona 675 has made a lasting impression.

The combination of the lightest frame in class and narrow three cylinder engine has always given the handling, agility and intuitive feel that sets the Daytona apart.

The 2009 Daytona improves on this still further with new fully adjustable front and rear suspension, both of which allow the rider to adjust high and low speed damping separately.

There’s further evidence of our ongoing performance focus with increased power output, now up to 128PS peak, plus a 2 kg reduction in overall weight. Even the rear wheel has been lightened to reduce weight and inertia for quicker acceleration and improved suspension performance.

Add to this new front brake monobloc radial callipers and radial master cylinder that deliver track bred stopping power. For 2009 the engine management system has been calibrated to accept our new accessory quick-shifter. No mess, no fuss just bolt it on and plug it in. All this clearly shows how on track development time has significantly contributed to the new Daytona 675.

As winner of the demanding Masterbike in ‘06 and ‘07 and the Supertest ‘King of the Supersport’ crown for three years running, the Daytona has already proven to be an unbeatable combination of inspiration and engineering on road and track.

The new 2009 Daytona 675 raises the bar once again.


Features & Benefits

Engine
Triumph’s R&D department has taken an evolutionary approach with the 2009 Daytona, using experience gained from racing in the Supersport World Championship to develop the new machine. The latest specification 675cc three-cylinder engine revs to a 13,950rpm redline and pumps out a mighty 128PS.


Frame
The Daytona 675’s aluminium frame is fabricated with open-back cast spars which wrap over the top of the motor, accentuating the benefits of the narrow three-cylinder design. The lightest frame in its class, it weighs in at a mere 8.7Kg.


Suspension
The fully-adjustable 41mm upside down forks and rear monoshock unit both benefit from highly sophisticated high and low speed damping control, allowing riders to set their Daytona up with maximum accuracy. This track-bred suspension gives razor sharp handling and can be tuned by the rider to suit their own style.


Instruments
The Daytona 675’s digital instrument console has all the usual trip functions as well as displaying average fuel economy. Also featured is a sophisticated lap timer – useful for comparing successive lap times on a circuit as well as average and maximum speed for each lap.


Brakes
New radial-mount Nissin monobloc brakes are mounted to twin 308mm discs for stunning levels of stopping power and rider feedback.

 

 

 

2009 Triumph Daytona 675 – USA Specifications
MSRP $9,799 USD

Engine

Type
Liquid-cooled, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder
Capacity
675cc
Bore/Stroke
74.0 x 52.3mm
Compression Ratio
12.65:1
Fuel System
Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection with forced air induction

Transmission

Final Drive
O ring chain
Clutch
Wet, multi-plate
Gearbox
6-speed, close ratio

Cycle Parts

Frame
Aluminum beam twin spar
Swingarm
Braced, twin-sided, aluminium alloy with adjustable pivot position
Front Wheel
Alloy 5-spoke, 17 x 3.5in
Rear Wheel
Alloy 5-spoke, 17 x 5.5in
Front Tyre
120/70 ZR 17
Rear Tyre
180/55 ZR 17
Front Suspension
41mm USD forks with adjustable preload, rebound and compression damping
Rear Suspension
Monoshock with piggy back reservoir adjustable for preload, rebound and compression damping
Front Brakes
Twin 308mm floating discs, 4 piston radial calipers with radial master cylinder
Rear Brakes
Single 220mm disc, single piston caliper

Dimensions

Length
79.1 in
Width (Handlebars)
27.5 in
Height
44 in
Seat Height
32.5 in
Wheelbase
54.9 in
Rake/Trail
23.9º/89.1mm
Weight (Dry)
356 lbs
Fuel Tank Capacity
4.6 gal

Performance (Measured at crankshaft to DIN 70020)

Maximum Power
126 bhp at 12,600rpm
Maximum Torque
53ft.lbf at 11,750 rpm

Colours

 
Tornado Red and Jet Black

Price

 
$9,799

 

 

2009 Triumph Daytona 675 – Canada Specifications
MSRP C$10,799 CDN

Engine
Type
Liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder
Capacity
675cc
Bore/Stroke
74.0 x 52.3mm
Compression Ratio
Fuel System
Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection with forced air induction
Transmission
Final Drive
O ring chain
Clutch
Wet, multi-plate
Gearbox
6-speed, close ratio

Cycle Parts
Frame
Aluminium beam twin spar
Swingarm
Braced, twin-sided, aluminium alloy with adjustable pivot position
Front Wheel
Cast aluminium alloy 5-spoke, 17 x 3.5in
Rear Wheel
Cast aluminium alloy 5-spoke, 17 x 5.5in
Front Tyre
120/70 ZR 17
Rear Tyre
180/55 ZR 17
Front Suspension
41mm upside down forks with adjustable preload, rebound and high/low speed compression damping, 120mm travel
Rear Suspension
Monoshock with piggy back reservoir adjustable for preload, rebound and high/low speed comporession damping, 130mm rear wheel travel
Front Brakes
Twin 308mm floating discs, Nissin 4 piston radial monobloc calipers
Rear Brakes
Single 220mm disc, Nissin single piston caliper


Dimensions
Length
2,010mm (79.1in)
Width (Handlebars)
700mm (27.5in)
Height
1,120mm (44.0in)
Seat Height
825mm (32.5in)
Wheelbase
1,395mm (54.9in)
Rake/Trail
23.9º/89.1mm
Weight (Dry)
162kg (356lbs)
Fuel Tank Capacity
17.4 liters (3.8 gal)
Performance (Measured at crankshaft to DIN 70020)
Maximum Power
128PS / 126bhp @ 12,600rpm
Maximum Torque
73Nm / 53ft.lbf @ 11,750 rpm

Colours

Jet Black, Tornado Red

Price

$10,799


 

 

Triumph 2009 Triumph Daytona 675 Media/Press Release(s):

2009 Daytona 675

Triumph’s award-winning Daytona 675 has been uprated for the 2009 season
with a host of modifications to improve the bike’s already class-leading handling
and performance. The only three-cylinder bike in its class now weighs 3kg less
and develops 3PS more power than its predecessor.

Triumph’s R&D department has taken an evolutionary approach with the 2009
Daytona. The latest specification 675cc three-cylinder engine utilises a 450rpm
higher rev limit than the 2008 model, while the hydraulic cam chain tensioner
and higher ratio first gear have jumped straight from the race kit to become
standard equipment for the road. The new, 2kg-lighter exhaust system,
recalibrated fuel injection and revised cylinder head, with new valves and a
modified combustion chamber, contribute to a powerplant pumping out 128PS
and revving to a 13,950rpm redline. A new magnesium cam cover also
contributes to the weight-saving and, as a further benefit to racers and track day
enthusiasts, Triumph will be adding a ‘plug and play’ quickshifter to its genuine
accessories range.

The Daytona 675 comes equipped with top of the line suspension and brakes. The
fully-adjustable 41mm upside down forks and rear monoshock unit both benefit
from highly sophisticated high and low speed damping control, allowing riders to
set their Daytona up with maximum accuracy. New radial-mount Nissin monobloc
brakes give even greater levels of stopping power and rider feedback, and new
wheels give significant savings in unsprung weight and help the bike change
direction more easily. The latest Pirelli SuperCorsa SP tyres have been specified
for their outstanding levels of both grip and feedback.

It’s not just the performance that’s been enhanced – the 2009 Daytona 675 has
also been restyled, with a new cockpit, headlamp and screen. It comes in two
colour options, Jet Black and Tornado Red.

The new Daytona 675 will be available in December and priced £7,499 otr*.

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