Triumph Street Triple Spare Parts

Triumph Street Triple

Triumph Street Triple

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Triumph Street Triple Spare Parts Price List

Triumph Street Triple Parts Authorised Dealer Price Extra GST 28% Total Price
Engine Guard Rs. 21999 Rs. 6159 Rs. 28158
Rear Brake Pads Rs. 2999 Rs. 839 Rs. 3838
Front Brake Pads Rs. 2999 Rs. 839 Rs. 3838
Headlight Rs. 6999 Rs. 1959 Rs. 8958
Fuel Tank Cap Rs. 4899 Rs. 1371 Rs. 6270
Chain Sprocket Rs. 1300 Rs. 364 Rs. 1664
Timing Chain Rs. 8830 Rs. 2472 Rs. 11302
Oil Filter Rs. 600 Rs. 168 Rs. 768
Air Filter Rs. 4800 Rs. 1344 Rs. 6144
Side View Mirror Rs. 15500 Rs. 4340 Rs. 19840
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*SGST (State GST) + CGST (Central GST) = GST

Triumph Street Triple User Reviews

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  • Comfort (4)
  • Engine (3)
  • Power (3)
  • Looks (3)
  • Powerful Engine (2)
  • Performance (2)
  • Speed (2)
  • Suspension (2)
  • Maintenance (1)
  • Price (1)
  • Mileage (1)
  • Street fighter

    Pocket rocket one hell of a street fighter, Agile handling autoblipper and quick shifter comes handy.Damn those ohlin suspension is a bliss.

  • Aesthetic appeal

    Superbikes are high-performance motorcycles designed for speed, Power, And agility.They typically have powerful engines, Advanced suspension systems, And aerodynamic designs that allow for fast acceleration, High speeds, And quick handling.Superbikes are often used for racing, With competitions such as the world superbike championship and the motogp showcasing the abilities of these high-performance machines.However, They are also popular among enthusiasts and collectors who appreciate their advanced engineering and aesthetic appeal.Superbikes can be expensive to purchase and maintain, And they require skilled riders who are capable of handling their power and speed.

  • The Triumph Street Triple

    The triumph street triple 765 is known for its aggressive styling and dynamic performance.The 765 rs features a 765cc inline-three engine that delivers 123 horsepower and 57 lb-ft of torque, Making it one of the most powerful middleweight motorcycles in the market.The motorcycle's design has been updated with sharper lines, A new led headlight, And revised bodywork.The suspension system has also been upgraded with fully adjustable showa bpf forks and a fully adjustable ohlins stx40 rear shock.Experts have praised the 765 rs for its precise handling, Powerful engine, And comfortable riding position.The motorcycle has been described as an ideal choice for both experienced riders and those who are looking to upgrade from a smaller displacement bike.One of the standout features of the 765 rs is its advanced electronics package, Which includes a 5-inch tft display, Ride-by-wire throttle, Quickshifter, And various riding modes.The motorcycle also comes with abs and traction control as standard, Providing added safety and control.Overall, The triumph street triple 765 rs has received positive reviews from both enthusiasts and experts, With many praising its combination of performance, Style, And technology.If you're in the market for a powerful middleweight motorcycle, The 765 rs is definitely worth considering.

  • Street fighter

    Pocket rocket one hell of a street fighter, Agile handling autoblipper and quick shifter comes handy.Damn those ohlin suspension is a bliss.

  • Triple symphony

    One hell of a track machine, Triple symphony is a bliss.I have never drove such a agile handling street fighter with quick shifter and autoblipper come very handy on a nut shell power packed pocket rocket.

  • I rode my friend's Street

    I rode my friend's street triple rs and here's my review: 1)inline 3 sound and characteristics.Made me smile 2)brakes - made me say wow3)fantastic suspension4)lightweight feel5)handling - makes me want to ride more6)price and maintenance - definitely a vfm bike7)sporty riding position yet comfortable8)last but not least - the looks.

  • 4.6
    Fantabulous Bike

    It's a fantabulous bike. I'm always enjoying riding this bike. This 765 engine produces 123 bhp power is insane. I am really happy with it.


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Recently Asked User Questions and Answers

Q. Is the ground clearance of 165 mm of the Triumph Street Triple troublesome on the Indian roads?
  • The street triple or street twin and even the Bonnie has a lower ground clearance and based on various forums it would scrape when you hit the speed breakers and with a pillion it is worse. Triumph does not mention.the GC but to what I enquired it should be between 140-150mm. However, the rear shocks can be adjusted for pre-loads and setting it up for a harder position (think level-2 of the pre load) it would circumvent the problem. You will have to careful during the entry to the speed breakers. But then you do not worry about scraping on most speed breakers. Other than ADV/scrambler types most of the SBKs have this issue of low Ground clearance. Once you adjust the preload of twins shocks and take care of slowing down you should be good. You cannot just go over the speed breakers like you do on RE’s or other Indian bikes.
  • The ground clearance of the street triple is a problem. Wider speed breakers are OK, but narrow speed breakers damage the exhaust or the oil sump, which will need replacement.
  • Using Nnja300 for a couple of months now. It has a much lower 140mm clearance. I must say, most bumps are no problem at all, just some poorly made speed bumps need a little care. just walk-roll over the "dangerous" looking bumps and you will be all right. (my hieght/weight is 189cms/87kgs for refernce)
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Q. Is it okay if I buy the S as my first beginner superbike - Street Triple?
  • Ya definitely because street triple is a bike which is not too heavy to drive as a superbike and is comfortable for daily use as well
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