The New Triumph Street Triple 765 comes in three different versions for 2017: Street Triple S, Street Triple R and Street Triple RS
While the new Street Triple RS is the range-topping model, Triumph unveiled an entry-level S version and a middle-class R version. Besides these ones, Triumph also revealed two A2 Street Triple S versions based on the outgoing model.
The new 765 cc Street Triple engine is derived from the Daytona powerplant and comes with new crank, new pistons and an increased capacity compared to the outgoing model’s power unit. There is a total of 80 new parts.
The new Street Triple family comes with a TFT dashboard, new instruments, and modern-days electronic set-ups.
2017 Triumph Street Triple 765 RS
It’s the top-class new Triumph middleweight and it seems to become a star in the middleweight class. The engine is delivering 121 hp@ 11,700 rpm and the slip and assist clutch makes the downshifting smoother.
A special element compared to the other two new Street Triple versions is the high-spec suspension: a fully-adjustable 41 mm Showa Separate Function Big Piston Fork and a fully-adjustable Ohlins STX40 piggyback shock.
The superbike-style braking system is formed by high specification Brembo M50 4 piston radial monobloc calipers and 310 mm discs on the front.
Electronics: ride-by-wire, five riding modes (Road, Rain, Sport, Custom, track) – each with its own ABS, traction control and fueling set-up.
The chassis includes a revised swinging-arm.
Other elements: quick-shifter, full-color TFT dash, new instruments, new bodywork, new headlamps.
2017 Triumph Street Triple 765 R
It’s the middle-range model in the new Street Triple family, and it has 116 hp@ 12,000 rpm. Unlike the RS top version, the Street Triple R features Brembo M4.32 mono blocks calipers and a Showa rear shock. It also lacks the Track-mode electronic setting (available rider modes: Rain, Road, Sport, Custom). The ABS can be switched off.
2017 Triumph Street Triple 765 S
It’s the entry level Street Triple version and it comes with 111 hp@ 11,250 rpm, a non-adjustable Showa fork, and Nissin 2-piston front calipers – no switchable ABS. It has no slip & assist clutch, and it doesn’t feature the new TFT dash. There are only two rider modes available: Road & Rain.
The new Street Triple S will cost 8,000 pounds in UK. It's the only price announced so far.
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New Triumph Street Triple R Gallery
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