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2009 Triumph Thruxton 900

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2009 Triumph Thruxton 900 Specifications

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Model Type  Standard
BASE MSRP(US)  $8,599.00
Warranty  24
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Engine:  
Engine Type  Parallel Twin
Cylinders  2
Engine Stroke  4-Stroke
Cooling  Air
Valves  8
Valves Per Cylinder  4
Valve Configuration  DOHC
Compression Ratio  9.2:1
Starter  Electric
Fuel Requirements  Regular
Fuel Type  Gas
Transmission:  
Transmission Type  Manual
Number Of Speeds  5
Primary Drive (Rear Wheel)  Chain
Wheels & Tires:  
Front Tire (Full Spec)  100/90 R18
Rear Tire (Full Spec)  130/80 R17
Brakes:  
Front Brake Type  Hydraulic Disc
Rear Brake Type  Hydraulic Disc
Technical Specifications:  
Wheelbase (in/mm)  56.7 / 1440.2
Fuel Capacity (gal/l)  4.2 / 16
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I bought my 2009 Thuxton after specifically waiting for the fuel injection system. Yes, this is the first EFI Thruxton (and Bonneville), but Triumph has had the same EFI on their Speed America for years, lending to a reliable system without "first year" quirks. The Thruxton is not the fast... Read Full Review

 

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The reasonable alternative
Apr. 19, 2009
Grab a fist full, it won't hurt the bike or your driving record. Modern retro turns heads and allows you to enjoy the ride, without the "I need to be a racer mentality".



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What a Hoot to Ride!
By Dan Kershner(Owner), Jun. 30, 2010
As a young man, I owned several bikes (Japanese / American / British). The bike I liked the most was a Triumph. I owned several but my favorite was a 1980 (licensed as a 1979 due to emissions) 750 Bonneville. It was light, nimble, and fun to ride – it turned a lot of heads. I bought my 2009 Thruxton... Read Full Review

 

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still have the miss,stumble, poor running at 2-3000 rpm
By FRED DOON(Owner), May. 7, 2009
I HAD A 2008,BONNIE,AND THE DEALER COULD NOT GET THE "STOP-GO " AND POOR RUNNING TILL YOU GOT INTO THE HIGHER RPM-SO I TRADED IT IN FOR A 2009 "THRUXTON"

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