2010 Triumph Thunderbird Specs

2010 Triumph Thunderbird Specs
2010 Triumph Thunderbird Specs

2010 Triumph Thunderbird Specs, Great bike. Congratulations Triumph! - I will certainly check one out as soon as they hit the showroomfloor. I like cruisers, and I know it's difficult to get round the obvious Harley, but I don't want myself buying into those hugely overpriced dated shakers... At least here's an alternative that also has style and individuality. Better perfomance, less vibration, good handling... Black one please, with the headlight body work and stroker kit, thx! :) Go triumph
I love the look of the engine (and can live with the radiator - just - knowing the power and efficiency advantages of water cooling). However, the rest of the bike is just too HD. Triumph should have referred to their own history and made a more English looking cruiser - not radically different - but with correctly placed instruments and ditch the HD back end. As to the HD references - not a fan here, ridden them a LOT and no, you don't have to tell me, I DO get it and because of that I would never own one even if they were 1/2 price.Hopefully this is the beginning of the end of the horrible v-twin. An engine that puts out no hp, takes up too much space, overweight, and is ridiculously outdated. A solid left hand punch at hd.

The real test of the Thunderbird will be on the sales floor, where its attractive $12,499 base MSRP compares well with the H-D Dyna line and has the potential to make the British firm some serious dollars. True, some, strike that, most of the H-D market is sewed up for life – with riders having inflexibly strong opinions about where their motorcycles are made, or at least the nationality of the brand... Yet, even cutting into a small portion of H-D Big Twin sales would be a remarkable coup.
Engine: Liquid-cooled, DOHC, Parallel Twin
Displacement: 1597cc
Bore x Stroke: 103.8 x 94.3mm
Fueling: EFI
Final Drive: Belt
Clutch: Wet, multi-plate
Gearbox: 6-speed, constant mesh, helical type.
Frame: Tubular steel, twin spine
Swingarm: Twin sided, steel
Front Wheel: 5-spoke cast aluminum, 19 x 3.5 inch
Rear Wheel: 5-spoke cast aluminum, 17 x 6 inch
Front Tire: 120/70 R19
Rear Tire: 200/50 R17
Front Suspension: Showa 47mm forks, non-adjustable, 120mm travel
Rear Suspension: Showa chromed spring twin shocks, 5 position adjustable
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Front Brakes: Dual 310mm discs, Nissin 4-piston calipers
Rear Brakes: Single 310mm disc, Brembo 2-piston caliper
Length: 92.5 in
Seat Height: 27.6 in
Wheelbase: 63.6 in
Rake/Trail: 32°/151.3mm
Fuel Tank: 5.8 gallon

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