1995 Triumph 1200 Daytona

It is truly amazing there is no information about this motorcycle on
the Internet.  This motorcycle came to me with less than  4,000 miles
on it and looking brand new.  The only modification the bike received
was D&D Mufflers (plus grips) that was described by the previous
owner to add a noticeable amount of power over the stock 147HP.

I have been riding this bike now for a little while and it is as distinct a
ride as it is in looks.  I absolutely love the look of it and have since
the first time I ever saw one in 1995.  Once I started riding this bike it
became obvious, the torque on this bike was greater than anything I
had ridden and that no matter the gear or engine speed, the motor
pulls with surprise.  Advertised at "under 500 pounds", (not a
chance) this is a large and very heavy bike. It was only after
becoming comfortable on it that I began leaning it over and over it
went with ease farther and father with comfort and the security of a
true sport bike.

These bikes trade way below what anyone who ones one thinks
there worth and if you looking to own a bike to enjoy, this is an all
around different, inexpensive, fast sport touring bike.  The one
problem, it finding one ... Good luck!!!

Motorcycle.com did a comparison of this bike against others in 1995
and this link is the most information I was able to find online.  If you
are an owner of one of these, know of a link on the Internet or have
a story, please send it this way


Type                          Liquid-cooled DOHC, in-line 4-cylinder
Capacity                    1180cc
Bore/Stroke               76 x 65mm
Compression Ratio    12:1
Carburetors               4 x 36mm flat slide CV

Primary Drive             Gear
Clutch                        Wet multiplate
Gearbox                     6-speed

Ignition                       Digital - Inductive type
Headlight                   2 x 12v 60/55w halogen H4

Cycle Parts
Frame                        Micro alloyed high tensile steel
Swingarm                   Aluminum alloy with eccentric chain adjuster
Wheels                        Front - Alloy 3 spoke, 17" x 3.5"
             Rear  - Alloy 3 spoke, 17" x 5.5"
Tires                        Front - 120/70 ZR17
             Rear  - 180/55 ZR17

Suspension                Front - 43mm forks with triple rate springs
                     adjustable for compression, rebound
                     damping and spring pre-load
             Rear  - Monoshock with adjustable pre-load
                     and rebound damping
Brakes                        Front - 2 x 310mm floating discs
                     2 x 4 piston calipers
             Rear  - 1 x 255mm disc, 1 x 2 piston caliper
                     with frame mounted torque arm

Length                        84.7in
Width                        27.1in
Height                        46.6in
Seat Height                31.1in
Wheelbase                58.7in
Weight (dry)                495lb

Performance                (SAE)
Maximum Power                145hp @ 9500rpm
Maximum Torque                85ft/lbs @ 8000rpm
Maximum Revs                9700rpm

Colors              Diablo Black
             Pimento Red
             Racing Yellow

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