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Triumph Street Triple: L675 Warbird

By Guy Procter -

New bikes

 04 December 2009 16:49

German parts maker and modifier LSL has turned out this awesome-looking Triumph Street Triple, dubbed the T-L675 Warbird.

Inspired by Germany’s Triumph Cup the bike develops 115bhp (20 more than stock) and features a new nose fairing, adjustable levers, GSX-R750 forks (the finished limited-edition run will have the 41mm Kayaba fork of the Street Triple R), Nissin brakes and Öhlins shock.

The paintwork is inspired by US WW2 fighter the P51 Mustang, and helps give the bike its nickname. The theme even carries through to the Bridgestone tyres – a specially-commissioned batch which have a tread design based on tyres of the P51’s landing gear. All-up weight is only 190kg and the bike will cost £14,400.

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