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T765i Street Triple Rs Special

Discussion in 'Triumph General Discussion' started by Rich Bryce, Dec 1, 2017.

  1. Rich Bryce

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    #1 Rich Bryce, Dec 1, 2017
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    Great write up in this week's MCN on the T765i we've built at Pure Triumph Woburn which they tested recently at Cadwell Park. I'll take a copy and post here if they send us a PDF we can use.

    I'll edit in the full spec soon. In the meantime performance increased from 123bhp t 138bhp at the rear wheel. Could have been more, but we've erred on the cautious side. Uprated shocks and front springs and stuff. Fairly much standard fairings borrowed from the old Daytona.

    Standard Street Triple RS with some carbon panels, tail tidy etc. Standard Daytona 675 R fairing. Italian SC Project competition exhaust (like Marc Marquez's Honda RC213V) cuts off 4.7kg. Power Commander and remapped on BSD Peterborough's dyno. MCT Stowmarket breathed-on standard supsension - heavier springs, different oil and stuff. Racing top yoke and clip ons. Pirelli Super Corsa BSB tyres. And more.

    All yours for £14,100 :) Less if you have the R or S converted.

    There's a story behind this I'll share at the GMU if anyone is still interested.

    And before some [email protected] (I'm looking at youse figwold and Privateer) makes a comment, yes photo two is the way I usually see a bike, lying on its side.

    T765 1.jpg T765 2.jpg T765 3.jpg T765 4.jpg
     
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  2. dilligaf

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    That looks well smart mate :cool:
     
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  3. Privateer

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    Dunno what you mean mate!!! Can't believe you didn't photo bomb that shot of Paul in MCN. Everyone I've showed that bike to loves it. Come on Triumph, you know you want to.
     
  4. Dozers Dad

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    138bhp at the wheel from a relatively small engine. Is impressive stuff Rich.
    I bet it goes like sh!t off a chrome plated shovel! :grinning:

    I'd have one but I'd want straight handlebars & a centrestand. All proper grown ups bikes have those two features :p
     
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    Saw it in a magazine:cool:, loved it:heart:, can't afford it! :(:broken_heart::broken_heart::broken_heart:
     
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  6. Rich Bryce

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    My bad, £12,995 for the one in the shop as it's built on an ex demo.
     
  7. PH1969

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    How much would it be to convert a standard 765RS
     
  8. Rich Bryce

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    #8 Rich Bryce, Dec 8, 2017 at 12:54 PM
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    Hi mate, a brand new RS fitted out as per the picture and as described in the MCN write-up is £14,100. But it's completely customisable to buyer's spec - each is a one-off. As you're only up the road in Northampton why not pop down to Woburn and talk directly to Paul (not on Tuesdays cos it's his day off). Pricing will all depend on the level of conversion you're looking for. Or give him a call on 01525 292490. Mention me and the Triumph Forum if you do.

    The one pictured is our ex-demo RS with 3,500 miles on the clock (and test ridden at Cadwell), hence only £12,995, on a 17 plate and ready to go.

    I tell you, the sound of the exhaust note alone is worth at least a grand of that ;)
     
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  9. PH1969

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    Thank you for the info RB but I wouldn't buy anything from Woburn Triumph.
    I already have a 765RS and may have a look at doing this myself.
     
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