Tuesday, October 6, 2009

BONNEVILLE PERFORMANCE STREET TRACKER


Here is Bill Gately's latest creation...built for a customer in Italy:





Specifications:

Engine: Bonneville Performance/WISECO 1200 cc 360 degree crank 101 mm bore 68 mm stroke 10.5:1 compression

96 rear wheel HP 82 ft. lbs. torque @ 4700 rpm

Carburetion – Bonneville performance 42 mm Mikuni HSR Carburetor Kit

Ignition – Triumph twin CDI based 9500 rpm rev limit

Oil Cooling System – Bonneville Performance Oil Cooler kit

Frame - Bonneville performance Frame and swing arm 4130 Chrome molly

Gearing - 520 chain 17 front 43 rear

Wheel base - 55.5 inches – adjustable to 57.5 inches

Steering head angle - 24.5 degrees

Front suspension - modified (lengthened) Yamaha R6 43 mm 3 way adjustable cartridge forks Billet triple clamps with 1 mm to 7 mm offsets

Rear suspension - Penske 3 way adjustable mono-shock

Ground clearance - 10.5 inches

Seat height - 31.5 inches

Front wheel - Performance Machine forged aluminum 19 x 3.00 Dunlap DTR120

Rear wheel: Performance Machine forged aluminum 19 x 3.50 Dunlap DTR 140

Front brakes - 2 - Beringer master cylinder and twin 6 piston Aerotec calipers with Suzuki K4 298 mm Beringer rotors

Rear brake - Beringer floating master cylinder and 4 piston floating Performance Machine Caliper with A&A Racing 10.5 inch rotor

Wet weight - (2.4 gallons gas, oil and battery) 351 lbs.

To find out more about this bike and how to get your own custom Triumph street tracker check out Bonneville Performance.

1 comment:

  1. Verrrryyy trick looking T!
    I'm on a Yamaha XS tracker project!
    Thumps up for you men!

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