Triumph TT 600 2003

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We congratulated ourselves on the 955i Daytona: an English sports car with British charms, notably with its 3 cylinders and its tubular frame. We will therefore be a little disappointed by the lack of originality of Triumph for its 600 supersport. Perimeter frame in aluminum and 4-cylinder engine; like the Japanese competitors.

The latter is entitled to little care: forced air intake and injection (a first in the category). Developed only for the TT, it comes out 110 hp but goes down to 98 in France for a history of German bridle. No matter. It benefits from a nice consistency at mid-range and potato in the towers. Like its big sister 955, this sports car is friendly. Far from the radicalism of an R6, the English would rather play in the heart of the CBR 600 and Kawasaki ZX-6R. It marked time on the track against ultra-sharp trackers without being ridiculous. On the open road, we will appreciate its ease of driving which does not deny efficiency, its protection which has the merit of existing, and its acceptable driving position. As a true sportswoman, the TT swings from one angle to another briskly and with a flick. A very good bike, which mainly suffers from a lack of personality.

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      Model marketed in

      2000
      2001
      2002
      2003

      Performances

      • Max speed:
        about 250 km / h
      • Consumption
        medium: 5.30 l

      The technical aspect

      Triumph TT 600 2003

      • Frame
      • Frame: Aluminum frame surround
      • Tank: 18 liters
      • Seat height: 810 mm
      • Length: 2,060 mm
      • Width: 665 mm
      • Height: 1150 mm
      • Wheelbase: 1395 mm
      • Dry weight: 170 kg
      • Weight in running order: 200 kg
      • Train before
      • telescopic fork, deb: 120 mm
      • Dual 310mm floating discs, 2 4-piston calipers
      • Front wheel:

        120/70
        – 17

      Triumph TT 600 2003 technical

      • Transmission
      • 6 speed gearbox
      • Secondary chain transmission
      • Rear axle
      • Mono shock absorber
      • Single-disc 220 mm, single piston caliper
      • Rear wheel:

        180/55
        – 17

      • Motor
      • 4 Cylinders
        in line
        , 4 stroke
      • Cooling: by water
      • Electronic injection
      • 2 ACT
      • 4 valves per cylinder
      • 599 cc
        (68 x 41.3 mm)
      • 110
        ch
        at 12,500 rpm
      • 6.90 mkg
        at 11,000 rpm
      • Weight ratio /
        power
        : 1.55
        kg / hp
      • Compression: 12: 1
      • Crit’air:
      • Clampable motorcycle at 34 hp for the old A MTT1 license – not guaranteed for the A2 license

      Detached pieces

      exhaust
      motor
      fluid
      electricity

      filtration
      braking
      chain kit

      Competitors

      Honda CBR 600 RR 2003
      Honda CBR 600 RR 2003

      Honda CBR 600 F 2003
      Honda CBR 600 F 2003

      2003 Kawasaki ZX-6RR 600
      2003 Kawasaki ZX-6RR 600

      Suzuki 600 GSX-R 2003
      Suzuki 600 GSX-R 2003

      Triumph TT 600 2003

      Triumph TT 600 2003

      Triumph TT 600 2003

      Triumph TT 600 2003

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      Triumph TT 600 2003

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      Triumph TT 600 2003

      Triumph TT 600 2003

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      Triumph TT 600 2003

      Triumph TT 600 2003

      Triumph TT 600 2003

      Triumph TT 600 2003

      Triumph TT 600 2003

      Triumph TT 600 2003

      Triumph TT 600 2003

      Triumph TT 600 2003

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