Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Best Triumph Daytona 675 SE 2010 Review

The color does not change compared with the 2009 release, confirming the ‘Pearl White’ for the superstructure and lo ‘Sparkle Blue’ for the frame and swing arm, but make their appearance with new graphics and a white line on distinctly black circles of racing to make the beautiful look of Daytona even more aggressive.
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The levers are adjustable brake and clutch Type “racing”, inspired by those mounted on the official Daytona racing in World Supersport, while the carbon fiber makes its appearance on the tailpipes and the panel under the tail that serves to isolate the rider from the heat radiated from the exhaust, but in the fine fiber is also built the rear fender and the element of the dashboard.Technically, we face the famous Daytona, building on its three-cylinder inline engine of 675 cc, capable of almost 128 hp at 12,600 rpm and a pair full and vigorous, paying something in terms of stretch but has no equal in terms of driving segment for mid-range.The Daytona is much appreciated by lovers of driving circuit, who appreciate not only the engine thrust, but also the severity of the chassis and the ability to set a set-up Buoyancy very accurate due to suspensions pluriregolabili.The Daytona 675SE 2010 will be produced in limited series and will be available at the official Triumph dealer at 250 euro more than the list price , arriving then to 11,840 Euro.


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