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2017 Triumph Street Triple S / R / RS

Triple triplet

The Triumph Street Triple is available in three versions for the 2017 model year: the base model is called the Triumph Street Triple S, the top model has the abbreviation RS, and in between is the Triumph Street Triple R. All three benefit from an increase in displacement to 765 cm³.

Triumph Street Triple S, R and RS

The triumph S.treet Triple has a super sports relative, it’s no secret. For the 2017 Triumph Street Triple, that’s more true than ever; if you follow the Triumph officials, it is more closely related to the (now discontinued) Daytona 675 than to its own predecessor. For them, the three-cylinder was brought to 765 cm³ with a bore that was enlarged from 76 to 78 mm and a stroke that was increased from 49.6 to 53.4 mm. The engine of the 2017 Triumph Street Triple has become slightly longer – good for the torque.

The dimensions of the motor housing have remained the same. "I’m a little proud of the fact that we managed it", explains Triumph chief engineer Stuart Wood. A further increase in displacement should not be possible with the existing motor housing.

The three variants of the Triumph Street Triple are called S, R and RS. They differ not only in the periphery, but also in the engine itself. The S develops 113 hp at 11,250 rpm, the R 118 hp at 12,000 rpm and the RS 123 hp at 11,700 rpm. These different engine characteristics are not only caused by differently programmed electronics, but also by the use of model-specific parts such as intake trumpets and camshafts.

The three Triumph Street Triple versions have the light metal bridge frame and the screwed-on rear section made of two cast aluminum parts in common, as does the curved two-arm swing arm. "Banana swing arm" has established itself as a name for it; Triumph calls the form "Gullwing", so "Seagull" – probably based on their wing.

Interestingly, it is a result of the Euro4 regulation, which made a larger exhaust collector necessary. To accommodate it, the developers had to create space. So they developed the aforementioned swing arm for the Triumph Street Triple, which also provides greater rigidity against longitudinal torsion and greater lateral flexibility, which in turn takes into account the increased performance and the higher achievable speeds.

All model variants of the Triumph Street Triple including their engines are built in the Thai Triumph plant south of Bangkok.

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Triumph Street Triple S


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Triumph Street Triple S

The Triumph Street Triple S relies on a Showa chassis with 110 and 124 mm travel.

Two two-piston floating calipers take care of the deceleration at the front, and a single-piston floating caliper at the rear.

Both riding modes are available to the rider "Road" and "Rain" to disposal.

ABS and traction control that can be switched off are part of the standard equipment, as is the LCD cockpit with an analog tachometer, borrowed from its big sister, the Speed ​​Triple.

The rear frame of the Triumph Street Triple S is powder-coated in black.

It will be available in red and black from May 2017 and cost 8,900 euros (plus 450 euros for ancillary costs).

Technical data Triumph Street Triple S

Drive: Three-cylinder in-line engine, bore / stroke 78 / 53.4 mm, displacement 765 cm³, 83 kW (113 PS) at 11,250 / min, 73 Nm at 9,100 / min, two overhead camshafts, 4 valves / cylinder, compression 12.65: 1, multi-disc oil bath clutch, six-speed gearbox, chain

Landing gear: Light metal bridge frame with screwed-on, two-part rear frame made of cast aluminum, 41 mm upside-down fork from Showa, two-arm swing arm with central spring strut from Showa, preload adjustable, spring travel front / rear 110/124 mm

Wheels and brakes: Cast wheels, front 3.5×17, rear 5.5×17, Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa in 120/70 ZR 17 front, 180/55 ZR 17 rear, two 310 mm brake discs with Nissin two-piston floating calipers in front, 220 mm brake disc with Brembo single-piston floating caliper at the rear, ABS.

Mass and weight: Length / height 2065/1060 mm, wheelbase 1410 mm, seat height 810 mm, steering head angle 65.2 degrees, caster 104.3 mm, dry weight 166 kg, tank volume 17.4 liters

Triumph Street Triple R.


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Triumph Street Triple R.

A Showa chassis is also used in the Triumph Street Triple R, but the fork and shock absorber can be adjusted in terms of spring preload, rebound and compression; the spring travel is 115 and 134 mm.

At the front, two radially attached Brembo four-piston monoblock fixed calipers (model M4.32) slow down, while the rear is the same single-piston floating caliper as on the S..

The rider can choose from the four riding modes "Road", "Rain", "Sports" and a freely programmable fall back. The ABS can be switched off on the Triumph Street Triple R. It also has an anti-hopping clutch.

A 5-inch TFT display with three displays, each with two contrast variants, offers the driver extensive information. It is easy to operate via a 5-way control button on the left handlebar and its incline can be adjusted to suit the size of the driver.

The Triumph Street Triple R is easy to recognize by the red rear frame; it comes to retailers in April and is available in black, silver and white. The German Triumph importer has not yet announced the price.

Technical data Triumph Street Triple R

Drive: Three-cylinder in-line engine, bore / stroke 78 / 53.4 mm, displacement 765 cm³, 87 kW (118 PS) at 12,000 / min, 77 Nm at 9,400 / min, two overhead camshafts, 4 valves / cylinder, compression 12.65: 1, multi-disc oil bath clutch with anti-hopping function, six-speed gearbox, chain

Landing gear: Light metal bridge frame with screwed-on, two-part rear frame made of cast aluminum, 41 mm upside-down fork from Showa, adjustable preload, compression and rebound damping, two-arm swing arm with central spring strut from Showa, preload, adjustable compression and rebound damping, front spring travel / rear 115/131 mm

Wheels and brakes: Cast wheels, front 3.5×17, rear 5.5×17, Pirelli Diablo Rosso Corsa in 120/70 ZR 17 front, 180/55 ZR 17 rear, two 310 mm brake discs with radially mounted Brembo M4.32 four-piston fixed calipers at the front, 220 mm brake disc with Brembo single-piston floating caliper at the rear, ABS

Mass and weight: Length / height 2065/1085 mm, wheelbase 1410 mm, seat height 825 mm, steering head angle 66.1 degrees, caster 100 mm, dry weight 166 kg, tank volume 17.4 liters

Triumph Street Triple RS


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Triumph Street Triple RS

The sportiest, most powerful and best equipped variant of the Triumph Street Triple is called the RS. In a sense, it inherits the Daytona 675 super sports car and, according to the importer, will be the most important of the three model variants for Germany. Your fork is the same as in the R, but an Öhlins STX40 is used as the shock absorber, which offers 131 mm of travel.

Two Brembo M50 calipers (four-piston fixed calipers, monoblock design) decelerate on the front wheel, and a single-piston floating caliper at the rear. The Triumph Street Triple RS comes as standard with Pirelli Diablo Supercorsa SP tires; the other two variants are satisfied with the Rosso Corsa.

For optimal performance on the racetrack, the Triumph Street Triple RS brings an additional riding mode called "Track" With; It is also equipped with a quickshifter and a lap timer.

The 5-inch TFT display is an additional form of presentation of the relevant data, again in three variants and two contrasts.

The rear frame of the Triumph Street Triple RS is matt silver; the motorcycle itself is available in matt silver and black. It should be available from dealers from March; Here, too, the importer is still silent about the price.

Technical data Triumph Street Triple RS

Drive: Three-cylinder in-line engine, bore / stroke 78 / 53.4 mm, displacement 765 cm³, 90 kW (123 PS) at 11,700 rpm, 77 Nm at 10,800 rpm, two overhead camshafts, 4 valves / cylinder, compression 12.65: 1, multi-disc oil bath clutch with anti-hopping function, six-speed gearbox with quickshifter, chain

Landing gear: Light metal bridge frame with screwed-on, two-part rear frame made of cast aluminum, 41 mm upside-down fork from Showa, preload, compression and rebound damping adjustable, two-arm swing arm with central spring strut from Öhlins (STX40) preload, compression and rebound damping adjustable, spring travel front / rear 115/131 mm

Wheels and brakes: Cast wheels, front 3.5×17, rear 5.5×17, Pirelli Diablo Rosso Supercorsa SP in 120/70 ZR 17 front, 180/55 ZR 17 rear, two 310 mm brake discs with radially mounted Brembo M4.32 four-piston fixed calipers at the front , 220 mm brake disc with Brembo single-piston floating caliper at the rear, ABS

Mass and weight: Length / height 2065/1085 mm, wheelbase 1410 mm, seat height 825 mm, steering head angle 66.1 degrees, caster 100 mm, dry weight 166 kg, tank volume 17.4 liters

Other variants of the Triumph Street Triple

In the course of the year, a variant based on the S with 660 cm³ displacement for A2 driving license-compatible throttling to 48 hp will follow, as well as a Street Triple R Low with a seat height reduced by 30 mm.

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