Limited to just 765-units for North America and another 765 for the rest of the world, the individually-numbered Triumph Daytona Moto2 765 Limited Edition is powered by a 765cc in-line triple with an Arrow titanium race-style exhaust that produces 128 horsepower at 12,250 rpm and 59 lb-ft of torque at 9,750 rpm. Even more impressive is its crazy 13,250 rpm redline. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Its powerplant is based on the Street Triple RS engine, but with several upgrades, including titanium inlet valves, forged pistons, MotoGP-spec DLC-coated wrist pin, new cam profiles / intake trumpets, modified con rods / intake port / crank / barrels, as well as a higher compression ratio (12.9:1). The motorcycle offers five riding modes (Rain, Road, Rider Configurable, Sport and Track), all of which can be adjusted using the throttle map, traction control and ABS settings, mated to a 6-speed transmission with track-optimized gear ratios and an up/down quick-shifter.
The cockpit ditches traditional gauges for a full-color TFT display with a Moto2 Triumph co-branded start-up graphic and lap timer. There’s also a multi-function, ergonomically optimized switch cubes with five-way joystick control. Carbon fiber bodywork keeps the weight down, and includes a single-piece cockpit, full fairing, tail section, front / rear fenders, upper chain guard, and a race-spec lower chain guard. It goes on sale March 2020, with pricing yet to be announced.