Triumph Street Triple R: accessorised

Is the 'standard' Street Triple R not unique enough for you? Here are a few of Triumph's accessories to help you tweak it to suit your taste.

Posted: 1 November 2012
by Ben Cope

LET'S face it: if you bought a new Street Triple, you'd be disappointed if Triumph hadn't produced a few aftermarket goodies to help you personalise it. 

Well, they haven't let you down and already have a whole host of aftermarket goodies. Our launch version, pictured above, was fully tarted-up with 12 extras but you don't have to go to this extreme...

1. COLOUR COORDINATED SEAT COWL £100.00

2. COMFORT SEAT £145.04

3. RUBBER TANK PAD £25.00

4. CNC MACHINED FRONT BRAKE RESERVOIR £58.00, REAR BRAKE RESERVOIR £47.00

5. CNC MACHINED LEVER KIT - RADIAL LONG £147.00

6. COLOUR COORDINATED FLYSCREEN £149.99

7. FRAME PROTECTORS £100.03

8. ARROW SLIP ON SILENCER £456.73

9. COLOUR COORDINATED BELLYPAN £160.00

10. CNC MACHINED PADDOCK STAND BOBBIN KIT - BLK £14.99

11. ALUMINIUM LED INDICATORS - GLOSS BLACK £53.00 & LED INDICATOR RELAY £16.00

* TRIUMPH INTELLISHIFT QUICKSHIFTER £242.00

Street Triple R as standard: £7,699

Street Triple R with accessories listed above: £9,413

Street Triple R 'launch edition': £8,330 (frame protectors, fly screen, belly pan, machined front and rear brake reservoirs, black aluminium paddock stand bobbins, tyre pressure monitoring system).



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geez... that Arrow can looks crap... just like the stock one... On the "old" Street Triple it was a really simple, good looking upgrade to the stock high pipes... sounded ace too!!

and what the hell is up with having a "comfort seat" as an accessory... shouldn't a comfortable seat be included in the original purchase price!!?? Why can't manufacturers spend a bit more money on better seating and suspension bits in the first place? Oh that's right... build bike with low end price point parts and sell the decent stuff as accessories and make a lot of money...

Posted: 05/11/2012 at 18:32

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