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Tony Carter


Jun 07

Posts: 13

Tony Carter says:

MCN Exclusive: Triumph Rocket III Touring spyshots

Here are the world’s first pictures of the final version of Triumph’s Rocket III Touring – which shows that the bike bears an almost remarkable resemblance to the Harley-Davidson Road King. This motorcycle was first revealed in MCN more than a year ago, and now we have exclusive photographs taken by MCN’s spy photographer on UK roads in its final tests. The...

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May 06

Posts: 5

galswort says:

Rad Size

My God! How big a radiator has it got! You could cool a Mac truck with a rad that big. You'd have thought they could have developed the Rocket III to reduce the rad size. What have they been doing for the past few years?

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Mar 06

Posts: 2

gouchoplus says:

rocket rad

the rocket has a large rad because the engine is as big as a large family car (remember), I have had mine for over two years now and believe me you need that amount of cooling ability when stuck in traffic on a hot summer day, not this year, besides it fits the majestic size of the bike.

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