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MotorcyclesThe 2020 Triumph Street Triple Is Getting An Updated Engine

16:15  21 august  2019
16:15  21 august  2019 Source:   rideapart.com

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Spy shots of a potentially new Triumph Street Triple got us wondering what was new for 2020 . One of the bikes that were spotted a few weeks ago was the Street Triple , which left us scratching our heads. Unlike the other test mules, this one showed little to no changes at all over the current model.

The 2020 Triumph Street Triple gets a few cosmetic updates , especially to the front end. The engine could also get minor revisions in order to comply with the Euro V emission norms and the bigger cat-box confirms the same as well but is expected to be more or less similar in terms of engine output.

The 2020 Triumph Street Triple Is Getting An Updated Engine

We finally know what the test mule spotted was hiding.

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- 2020 Street Triple under development. - Revised engine and styling. - Will come to India next year. Looks like Triumph Motorcycles has hired a factory of engineers in their R&D department. In fact, the Speed Triple will be getting some major updates . But things aren’t stopping there.

The Triumph Street Triple will be updated for 2020 . The new bike looks to have new headlights and radiator shrouds, and maybe a new frame. With the spate of updates and new model testing carried out by Triumph , it’s perhaps of no surprise that the rip-roaring fun Triumph Street Triple will also be

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One of the bikes that were spotted a few weeks ago was the Street Triple, which left us scratching our heads. Unlike the other test mules, this one showed little to no changes at all over the current model. So why was Triumph testing it?

We now have the answer: for 2020, the Street Triple is getting a second three way catalyst, as revealed by a recent California Air Resources Board (CARB) filing. The document suggests the model is actually getting an updated engine for the upcoming model-year. Since the introduction of the new Street Triple 765 for the 2018 model-year, the bike has been using an engine referred to as 765TEN. For 2020, however, the family of engine listed in the CARB document is now the 765DES, which bumps the number of three-way catalysts (TWC) to two.

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2018 Triumph Street Triple family hits the roads with more powerful engines . The base model Street Triple S engine develops 111 horsepower and 54 pound-feet of torque at 9,100 rpm. The stunning E2 is getting close to production with first deliveries expected in early 2020 .

The Triumph Street Triple RS also comes with higher spec components, including fully adjustable Showa big-piston forks (BPF), Öhlins TTX 40 shock Meanwhile, the Triumph Street Triple R only gets four riding modes, and sees its go-fast components speced-down to separate-function Showa

The 2020 Triumph Street Triple Is Getting An Updated Engine© Provided by The Motorsport Network CARB
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The 2020 Triumph Street Triple Is Getting An Updated Engine© Provided by The Motorsport Network CARB
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According to the same document, this reduces the quantity of emissions produced by the bike almost by half, with the hydrocarbon (HC) down to 0.1 from 0.2 and the hydrocarbon plus oxides of nitrogen (HC + NOx) down to 0.2 from 0.3. This might look like a minor change, but with the looming Euro 5 standards soon coming into effect, this seemingly is just enough to keep the Street Triple ball rolling.

Some have even gone as far as to suggest the new engine could be the same as the newly developed mill found in the returning Daytona and used in Moto2—a logical assumption. The new triple produces more power and torque than, so should it make its way in the 2020 Street Triple, it is safe to assume the model will also benefit from the boost. Triumph will reveal more about the new and limited Daytona on August 23, so we might learn more about the other future models soon enough.

Sources: CARB, Motorcycle.com, Bennetts

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