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Simon Patterson  says:

Exclusive: Three new Triumphs spied!

These exclusive spy shots show not one, but three new Triumphs currently being developed on the road - including an all-new Bonneville-based café racer, a road-ready 2013 Tiger update - dubbed the Tiger Sport 1050 - and a new addition to the Thunderbird cruiser range. The spied café racer is a Bonneville-based test mule, clearly sporting the latest spec suspension and...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (29 November 2012 15:24)

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Sep 12

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barneyfife says:

New Bonnie


Yes, I agree with what you are saying about the W800 having less power. My point was simply that Kawasaki's designers did a much better job then the ham handed Bonneville's designers when it came to recreating a British 60s inspired vertical twin. The W800 engine is a much nicer looking engine than the lump in the Bonnie not too mention that the Bloor team couldn't even come up with an air cooled engine like the W800. Get rid of the ugly oil cooled plumbing mish mash sprouting higgeldy piggledy out of the motor, make it a true air cooled engine and for those in hotter climates let them mount an aftermarket oil cooler if they want it just as was done years ago.

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