Triumph Street Triple RS 765 For Sale
The 2017 Triumph Street Triple RS 765 is a naked bike and is powered by a 765cc triple engine which puts out 121bhp.
What Is It?
- Comfort, finish, sound, mid-range power
- Minimal wind protection, mirrors
It's powered by a Euro 4 compliant liquid cooled 765cc in-line 3 cylinder engine, producing 121bhp at 11,700rpm and maximum torque at 10,800rpm.
- Aluminium twin spar frame and swingarm
- Dual 310mm discs up front with Brembo M50 2 piston monobloc calipers
- 220mm disc at the rear with Brembo single piston caliper
- Switchable ABS and traction control
- 41mm Showa upside down BPF fork with 115mm travel
- Adjustable Ohlins STX40 shock with 131mm travel
- Stainless Steel 3->1 exhaust system
- Slip and assist clutch
- Colour coded pillion seat cover
- 6 speed gearbox and gear position indicator
The RS 765 replaces the RX 675, featuring a larger engine with 16bhp more, 13% more torque, 5mm higher seat and 4kg off the weight. The swingarm is a new design, you now get Road/Rain/Sport/Track/Custom modes with the new ride-by-wire throttle, the new rounder lights also have LED position lights, the dash is a brand new 5" colour TFT affair and the flyscreen has an air intake.
Over and above the standard R 765 you get the 5bhp more, Brembo M50 calipers at the front, a quickshifter, Track riding mode, lap timer, colour coded belly pan, lower chain guard, better Supercorsa SP tyres and a silver rear sub-frame.
The three previous triples were differentiated by equipment levels only but with the new generation Triumph also adds increasing levels of power output and even provides a smaller capacity A2 friendly S 660 in the range. The differences at a glance:
- S (A2): 660cc A2 compliant version of the S, SFF fork, 2 ride modes
- S: 111bhp @ 11,250rpm, SFF fork, 2 ride modes
- R: 116bhp @ 12,000rpm, slipper clutch, BPF fork, adjustable shock, Brembo M4.32 front calipers, 4 ride modes, TFT dash
- RS: 121bhp @ 11,700rpm, slipper clutch, BPF fork, Ohlins STX40 shock, Brembo M50 front calipers, Supercorsa SP tyres, 5 ride modes, TFT dash, lap timer, quickshifter, belly pan, lower chain guard
The 5-spoke 17" cast Aluminium wheels take a 120/70 Pirelli Diablo Rosso Supercorsa SP tyre at the front and 180/55 at the rear.
Accessories include an Arrow exhaust and swingarm protectors.
Colours: Black, silver
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Well from the mileage you can tell I like it lol. I had a gen one R before and a Daytona, this is both rolled into one with all the electronics that in all honesty I don’t use lol.
Brakes are mega, can out brake anyone on or off track (done five track days too). Suspension is deffo a lot better, it's more solid, comfier, has better tyre wear and feels so stable at all times.
I have just added a steering damper myself and it feels even more solid now. Quickshifter is spot on - just like the old bike but likes 1st to 2nd on this one. First time using some kind of slipper clutch. I’m all for blipping anyway but it’s more than up to job and can’t fault it.
All the electronics work, it's just my rider mode/preference not to use. I like to get front up lol which it easily does on throttle. I ride purely for fun and my commute isn’t really a commute due to distance.
No hassle with riding her all day and can take the abuse. The only things to go wrong are cracked headlights, a faulty heated grip and a couple of chips below seat line on tank which is getting sorted on 12k service in a week. All modifications and add ons are absolute spot on, every evotech performance add on, gb racing engine covers, tpms, heated grips, steering damper, air filter pcv and updated velocity stacks and ohhhh the sc project s1 without baffle.
- Carl W, 2018
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