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TRIUMPH TT 600 Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 5
First production year: 1999
 

2002 - 2003

It's got TT in the name, so things are clear as daylight: you're looking at a supersport machine made to have adrenaline rushing through your brain in no time. A grand declaration of war on the Japanese 600cc-class machines, the 2002 Triumph TT600 was developed with the experience provided by decades of British road racing. With enhanced streetability over the racing machines, the 2...




 

2001 - 2002

A full-fledged in-line 4 supersport machine, the 2001 TT600 is a bike which can be used both on the track and on the street. The present model year brings a host of engine revisions, such as reduced internal friction and a new injection mapping for increased performance. On the aesthetic side, the 2001 TT600 comes with color-matched air intakes, silver powder coating for all the chassis compo...




 

2000 - 2001

Just like its name says it, the 2000 Triumph TT600 is a machine built for speed and performance. Ahead of the triple-cylinder modern Daytona, the TT600 already brought a lot of track victories for Triumph's supersport division. Light and powerful, the TT600 also comes with stellar high-speed maneuverability around corners. The bike is designed with plenty of lightweight components, from ...




 

2000 - 2003

The TTS was launched in 2000, being Triumph's first attempt to enter the 600cc class. The bike has a 599cc, liquid cooled engine which produces 110 HP.




 

1999 - 2000

The 1999 TT600 is a full-fledged supersport machine designed to give Japanese bikes a run for their money and prove that British thoroughbred motorcycles are a force to be reckoned with. Packing 110 hp in a 599cc in-line 4 engine, the 1999 Triumph TT600 brings forth the instantaneous thrust of the precise fuel injection system and the high-speed cornering of a true racing bike. Developed with...