Triumph T100R Daytona: history, specs, pictures
|Triumph DAYTONA T100R|
|Production||1967 - 1973|
Air-cooled OHV vertical twin
|Bore / Stroke||68.6mm x 68.6mm|
|Horsepower||39.02 HP (29.1 KW) @ 7400RPM|
|Transmission||Gear box: 4-Speefd
Final Drive: Chain
|Suspension||Front: Telescopic fork, hydraulic
Rear: Swing arm w/2 coil-over shocks
|Front Tire||3.25 X 19|
|Rear Tire||4.00 X 18|
|Wheelbase||53.5 inches (1359 mm)|
|Weight||175.0 kg (wet)|
The Triumph DAYTONA T100R was a Air-cooled OHV vertical twin Classic motorcycle produced by Triumph in 1967. Claimed horsepower was 39.02 HP (29.1 KW) @ 7400 RPM. The Triumph Daytona T100R is essentially the high-performance version of the T100C Trophy 500 twin. Fitted with a new alloy cylinder head mounting two Amal Monobloc carubretors ‘Bonneville-style’, it also had higher compression and hotter cams.
Engine[edit | edit source]
Drive[edit | edit source]
The bike has a 4-Speefd transmission. Power was moderated via the Wet multi plate.
Chassis[edit | edit source]
It came with a 3.25 X 19 front tire and a 4.00 X 18 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via Drum in the front and a Drum in the rear. The front suspension was a Telescopic fork, hydraulic while the rear was equipped with a Swing arm w/2 coil-over shocks. The wheelbase was 53.5 inches (1359 mm) long.