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Old 10-03-2012, 10:16 AM   #21
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As far as I ever knew the triple is the same from r to regular. Maybe year to year. And I worked for gulf coast when the originals were out so I'm pretty sure rake is no different in the original models. The new ones I don't know
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Old 10-03-2012, 11:37 AM   #22
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The new frame and exhaust contribute to the 13-pound weight reduction, the Street Triple now listing a 403 pound curb weight. The revised chassis also alters steering geometry on both versions. The standard bike sweeps in rake to 24.1 (from 24.3) with trail growing to 99.6mm (from 95.3mm). The R version features a more prominent 0.5-degree rake angle adjustment moving in to 23.4 while trail extends to 95mm (from 92.4mm).

The Street Triple R continues to differentiate from its sibling with up-spec suspension and brakes. The 41mm inverted KYB fork offers no adjustment on the standard model, with the R benefitting from full three-way adjustability. The rear monoshock on the latter model also offers preload and rebound adjustability. Braking is a similar situation. Nissin components grace both versions, but two-piston sliding calipers pinch a 310mm rotor on the standard, while four-piston radial mount units halt the Street Triple R. Switchable ABS comes standard on both models.
Id get the R for 700 more for sure! lol
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