Triumph Rocket 3 still a torque monster


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The 2.3-litre Triumph Rocket III has become the 2.5-litre Rocket 3 and is till the biggest torque monster of any production bike in the world.

Currently the Rocket III has the biggest capacity engine of any production motorcycle with a 2294cc triple, delivering 221Nm of torque and 109kW of power.

Torque monster
2019 Triumph Rocket 3 TFC torque monster

When the limited edition Rocket 3 TFC arrives in late November it will have 134kW of power and a mouth-watering, arm-wrenching 225Nm of torque, making it still the torque monster in the world of production motorcycles.

Triumph has released further tech specs n the bike such as its hefty 320kg of weight, but still 40kg lighter than the III.

Triumph Motorcycles Australia has not yet released pricing, but expect to pay much more than the current Rocket III ($23,990).

Only 750 numbered models of each will be made worldwide and Australia gets 25.

The production version of the Rocket 3 is set to follow.
2019 Triumph Rocket 3 TFC torque monster

The Rocket TFC is based on the new Rocket 3 with single-sided swingarm, chunky forks, resigned cowl, new exhaust tips, beefier Brembo brakes and a more contoured rider’s seat.

Features on the TFC include special badging, twin LED headlights, three-header exhaust, leather interchangeable single and dual seat, TFT colour instruments, Bluetooth connectivity, cruise and hill control, Google-powered navigation, cornering ABS and traction control, four riding modes, shift assist and a lot of carbon fibre bodywork.

2019 Triumph Rocket 3 TFC torque monster 2019 Triumph Rocket 3 TFC torque monster 2019 Triumph Rocket 3 TFC torque monster 2019 Triumph Rocket 3 TFC torque monster 2019 Triumph Rocket 3 TFC torque monster 2019 Triumph Rocket 3 TFC torque monster 2019 Triumph Rocket 3 TFC torque monster 2019 Triumph Rocket 3 TFC torque monster 2019 Triumph Rocket 3 TFC torque monster 2019 Triumph Rocket 3 TFC torque monster
The TFC will have Brembo Stylema Monobloc brakes, adjustable Showa suspension and Brembo MCS span and ratio adjustable lever.

Every Rocket TFC owner will receive a tailor-made TFC handover pack dedicated to their bike, featuring a numbered letter signed by Triumph’s CEO Nick Bloor, a personalised custom build book, leather TFC branded rucksack and a beautiful Rocket 3 TFC indoor bike cover.
2019 Triumph Rocket 3 TFC torque monster

NEW ROCKET 3 TFC torque monster
Engine TypeInline 3-cylinder, water-cooled, DOHC
Bore/Stroke110.2 mm x 85.9 mm
Maximum PowerOver 170PS
Maximum TorqueOver 221Nm
Fuel systemRide-by-Wire, fuel injected
ExhaustStainless 3 into 1 headers with 3 exit Arrow branded silencer / CAT box
Final driveShaft, bevel box
ClutchHydraulic, slip-assist
Gearbox6 speed
FrameFull aluminium frame
InstrumentsTFT multi-functional instrument pack with digital speedometer, trip computer, digital tachometer, gear position indicator, fuel gauge, service indicator, ambient temperature, clock and rider modes (Rain/Road/Sport/Rider-configurable) – Triumph TFT Connectivity System can be added
with accessory fitted Bluetooth module
SwingarmSingle-sided, cast aluminium
Front Wheel17 x 3.6in cast aluminium
Rear Wheel16 x 7.5in cast aluminium
Front Tyre150/80 R17 V
Rear Tyre240/50 R16 V
Front SuspensionShowa ø47mm upside-down 1+1 cartridge front forks, compression and rebound adj., 120mm travel
Rear SuspensionFully adjustable Showa piggyback reservoir RSU with remote hydraulic preload adjuster, 107mm travel
Front BrakeDual 320mm discs, Brembo M4.30 Stylema 4-piston radial monobloc calipers, Cornering ABS
Rear BrakeSingle 300mm disc, Brembo M4.32 4-piston monobloc caliper, Cornering ABS
Seat Height773 mm
Trail134.9 mm
Dry WeightTBC
Fuel Tank Capacity19 L
Engine TypeLiquid cooled, 8 valve, SOHC, 270° crank angle parallel twin
Bore/Stroke97.6 mm x 80.0 mm
Maximum Power109PS @ 8,000rpm
Maximum Torque115Nm @ 4,850rpm
Fuel systemMultipoint sequential electronic fuel injection
ExhaustBrushed 2 into 2 exhaust system, twin Vance and Hines titanium silencers with carbon fibre end caps
Final driveO-ring chain
ClutchWet, multi-plate assist clutch
Gearbox6 speed
FrameTubular steel, aluminium cradle rails
InstrumentsLCD multi-functional instrument pack with analogue speedometer and analogue tachometer, TFC specific dial faces
SwingarmTwin-sided, aluminium, clear anodized
Front Wheel32-spoke 17 x 3.5in, black anodized rim
Rear Wheel32-spoke 17 x 5in, black anodized rim
Front TyreMetzeler RaceTec RR, 120/70 ZR17
Rear TyreMetzeler RaceTec RR, 160/60 ZR17
Front SuspensionÖhlins 43mm NIX30 upside down forks with adjustable rebound and compression damping, 120mm travel
Rear SuspensionFully adjustable Öhlins twin shocks with piggy back reservoir, billet aluminium adjusters, 120mm rear wheel travel
Front BrakeBrembo twin 310mm floating discs, Brembo 4-piston radial monobloc calipers, ABS
Rear BrakeSingle 220mm disc, Nissin 2-piston floating caliper, ABS
Seat Height815 mm
Trail92.8 mm
Dry Weight198 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity14.5 L
Fuel Consumption5.2 l/100km
CO2 EmissionsEURO 4 Standard: 119 g/km

**CO2 and fuel consumption are measured according to regulation 168/2013/EC. Figures on fuel consumption are derived from specific test conditions and are for comparative purposes only. They may not reflect real riding results.

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Riding for 30 Years
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2006 T100 Bonneville
MSRP is $29,000.00 U.S.
I may have mentioned in another thread that 225 are slated for North America and the entire production run has already been sold out.
I dunno, when the price of a motorcycle rivals the price of many decent cars, it certainly makes you think twice.
But I suppose if you have money to burn...………….


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Riding for 64 Years
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12 Tiger 800 XC
It is an impressive bike. BUT it is way too pricey for me. Plus it is too heavy for this old guy and is not suitable for off pavement riding. Just not my style. I would like to ride one, though.

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