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Triumph build supercharged T120s for Glemseck 101

Published: 02 September 2016

Triumph Motorcycles have entered two stonking supercharged Thruxton R bikes in the ‘Essenza – The Essence of Motorcycles’ challenge races that take place tomorrow, September 3 at the Glemseck 101.

The first is a sleek marriage of modern racing lines with a classic T120 parallel-twin heart, the second a dark brooding retro street fighter.

'The White Bike' which will be ridden by Triumph Global Ambassador, Carl Fogarty, while the 'The Bulldog' will be ridden by Christophe Lentsch from 1000ps.

‘The White Bike’ gets some aerodynamic efficiency from its Daytona 675R fairing and seat, while it also gets a braced, MotoGP-inspired swingarm has been hand-crafted in the factory and revised gearing helps to feed the power to the tarmac.

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‘The Bulldog’ is more brutal. It also gets a deep-braced swingarm, with the front dominated by a custom Speed Triple R intake fairing, repurposed to house the LED front lights. Final detail touches include the factory-accessory seat and matching factory-accessory black wheels.

 

Engine Modifications

Both bikes have been given a bespoke Rotrex supercharger conversion.

The conversion integrates an intercooler and blow off valve to give a substantial and consistent increase in performance.

Type – Liquid cooled, 8 valve, 270° crank angle parallel twin

Capacity – 1200cc

Bore stroke – 97.6 mm / 80 mm

Compression – was 11.0 : 1 now 10.0 : 1

Max power – was 97 PS / 96 Bhp now increased by 60% to 140 Ps / 139 Bhp

Max torque – was 112 Nm now increased to 157 Nm

Final drive – O ring chain

Clutch – Wet, multi-plate assist clutch, modified and uprated

Gearbox – 6-speed with smaller rear sprocket

Increased capacity fuel injectors

Custom fuel ignition map

 

The Bulldog - cosmetic modifications

Custom black and red paint scheme

One-off exhaust system with twin single pipes

MotoGP braced rear swing arm

Smoothed rear end

LED front lights

Hand built dash

Triumph official accessories black wheels

Triumph official accessories comfort rider seat

 

The White Bike – cosmetic modifications

Hand built exhaust system with twin single pipes with GP-style silencers

Modified Daytona 675 race fairing

Traditional Triumph-inspired race scheme in blue and white

MotoGP braced rear swing arm

Custom clocks with integrated boost gauge

Colour matched Öhlins rear shocks 

 

 

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