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Triumph Thunderbird Review

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Triumph Thunderbird Review
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Triumph Thunderbird Review

A Little about the Triumph Thunderbird           

If you’ve seen the Triumph Thunderbird, you know that its impressive. The beautiful bike has lesser chrome, more attitude and loads more power packed into a 1700cc engine with a beautiful exterior. The Triumph Thunderbird Storm retains the same exterior with a low-slung exterior. The mean but streamlined exterior ensures that the riders can handle the bike in the same wonderful way as before.

The Triumph Thunderbird review are roughly the same but with a 102cc amped twin engine that promotes double the amount of power is seriously good value-for-money and it does have a stunning price tag of $14799. We did decide to try out the Triumph Thunderbird Commander and the Triumph Thunderbird Sport and our Triumph thunderbird review revealed that the bike was lovely to ride and wonderful to look at.

The liquid cooled, DOHC, parallel-twin engine with a 6-speed constant mesh helical type 2nd-6th transmission produces an 115nm of torque at 2950 torque making it a super-impressive engine.  The multi-point sequential electronic fuel injection system produces progressive linkage on the throttle as well.

The engine also delivers a maximum output of 97hp @ 5200rpm. The bike also has a onboard built-in tacho and an onboard computer with two trip meters and a fuel gauge. Of course, since you will be paying an impressive $14799, we recommend you read two or three different Triumph Thunderbird Storm reviews before you make an informed decision.

Reviews for the Triumph thunderbird 900 on different Triumph thunderbird forums have been impressive and most riders have stated that the bike is good value for money.

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