1972 Triumph T100R Tiger Daytona
-1954 Triumph T110 Tiger
-1954 Triumph T110 Tiger
-1969 Triumph T150 Trident
-1971 Triumph TR6C Trophy
1972 Triumph T100R Tiger Dayt
1973 Triumph Trackmaster
1973 Triumph T150V Trident
1973 Triumph T150V Trident
1973 Triumph T140V Bonneville
1975 Triumph T160 Trident (blue)
1975 Triumph T160 Trident
1978 Triumph T140E Bonneville
1978 Triumph T140V Bonneville
1979 Triumph T140E Bonneville
1982 Triumph T140ES Bonneville
1982 Triumph TSS
1983 Triumph T140 Bonneville?
Engine: 490cc air-cooled,ohv parallel-twin__ Claimed Power: 41 bhp @ 7,400 rpm__ Top Speed: 105mph__ Production: 1967–1974

The 'Daytona' name was derived from American rider Buddy Elmore's win at the 1966 Daytona 200 race held at the Daytona
International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida. He achieved an average speed of 96.6 mph on a 'works special'
Triumph Tiger 100.

The 500 cc Triumph Tiger 100 Daytona (T100T) was developed by Triumph's Chief Engineer and designer Doug Hele and launched as a production motorcycle the following year. Based on the setup developed for the 1966 Daytona races, the -T100T was fitted with a
new cylinder head and twin Amal Monobloc carburetors.

The later model Daytona’s were further upgraded with special E3134 race profile cams for both inlet and exhaust and strengthened
followers, valve guides, and performance connecting rods. _While the Triumph650 -Bonneville and new 650 Tiger- models received a new oil in frame and dramatically changed geometry for 1971, the Daytona kept the traditional unit era frame, which kept the frame and seat height of the previous model years.

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