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Chris Newbigging  says:

Triumph Street Triple Tracker

German dealer Motorcorner is putting this sexy Street Triple R-based Street Tracker on sale for £12,000.  Read the Triumph Street Triple R review The transformation is an unusual twist for Triumph’s middleweight naked and is the first special to mimic the classic flat-track racers.   In next week’s MCN – out Wednesday June 9 – we reveal the full story of Motorcorner’s...

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kl595

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kl595 says:

Pointless Exercise

Why make a sows ear out of a silk purse!

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jbond

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jbond says:

Do not want

But the Street Triple does make me dream of a Street Triple RR-SP. Most of it can be done from the Triumph catalogue. It was very obvious from the Excel show that the Street Triple you really wanted was the R version with the official plastics, Arrow pipe, rearsets. And it's tempting to wonder if a Daytona engine and pillion foot rests could be fitted. That just leaves a bit of tidying of the indicators and perhaps a Veypor speedo and single headlight mounted close in on the yokes.

I really don't get the point of wire wheels or full wet tyres on these sort of bikes. It's only ever going to get ridden on the street in the dry so why not carbon wheels and track day tyres?

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jbond

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jbond says:

Pipe

How do you think they did that pipe?  Is that link pipe welded to the headers?

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ebens

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ebens says:

Tyres?

Can anybody please tell me what tyres those are?

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hondonadas

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hondonadas says:

Tyres

Pirelli MT60RS, for supermotos, the rear is a 160/60R17 in V speed index

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triumph13 says:

SO they just change the wheels and rims?  That's it?  It looks pretty sick, but I wonder why they didn't beef up the engine at all.  Seems like a no-brainer to me.  Oh well, it's hard to go wrong with a Triumph anyway.

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triumph13

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triumph13 says:

SO they just change the wheels and rims? That's it? It looks pretty sick, but I wonder why they didn't beef up the engine at all. Seems like a no-brainer to me. Oh well, it's hard to go wrong with a Triumph anyway.

Sammy D.

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