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November 08, 2017, 02:44:06 PM on

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I wonder what range Triumph will use this engine in? New Tiger?
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It’s already in the Street Triple bike but it will be a great test mule for Triumph as with most modern day engines big piston/short skirts/short stroke/clever fuelling.

Don’t think it’s a case of what they are going to do with that specific engine but what they learn from their Moto2 experience will very quickly come down the food chain in all capacities and design,you only have to look at how Ducati finally bit the bullet ditching cambelts and went to a cam chain with the Panigali and how that has changed things and hopefully Triumph will do the same bringing their triples into the 21st century with modern day tech.