New 2010 2011 New Triumph Intros 2010 Thunderbird 1700 and SE Reviews and Specs

New 2010 2011 New Triumph Intros 2010 Thunderbird 1700 and SE Reviews and Specs
New 2010 2011 New Triumph Intros 2010 Thunderbird 1700 and SE Reviews and Specs

Beautiful bike, also love the paint job just wish there was a closer look. I am riding a Sport Touring and was looking at going back to a cruiser, I think I have found that bike. I took a test ride on the 1600, before I finished the ride, I knew I wanted this bike. Keep up the good work Triumph.,The headlining option on the new Trumpet, however, is the 1700cc big bore kit, which bumps displacement up 100cc with a corresponding jump in claimed horsepower (85-100 hp) and torque (108-115 lb-ft). The kit, which is EPA and CARB compliant, costs $899, with riders also paying for the approximate day’s worth of installation labor at a Triumph dealer. Ride the 1700 and the difference is palpable, the Bird churning out more grunt, in particular while rolling out the throttle in the higher gears.Triumph is introducing a T-Bird more equipped for the long haul. The 2010 Thunderbird SE comes with leather saddlebags, a quick detach touring windshield with wind deflectors, a touring seat, ABS as standard equipment, and a quick detach passenger back rest with luggage rack. Rider and passenger also get floorboards, while the bike gets sporty new Carnival Red paint. That’s a lot of goodies for an extra $2,500 seeing as how the base price on the standard 2010 Triumph Thunderbird is $12,499.

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