1131cc Italian triple motorcycle

Low seat height and high bars makes for a great bike to ride.

It's very light and very well balanced and in some ways feels like a Supermoto with a mad engine fitted.


Power comes in with a mad rush, but remains usable even when not bolt upright.

Great handling and very good brakes (I fitted EBC HH to mine day 1).


I seem to get about 30mpg, so it's a bit thirsty.

Suspension can be a bit harsh on bumpy back roads and it's not keen at slow speeds or low revs, even though it had bags of torque. Completely different to the Triumph triples.


This bike is pretty standard excepting the tail cowl I got from Germany and the Devil exhaust system from France.

A great bike to ride and gets a lot of attention wherever you go.

Bike came with brand new Dunlop Qualifier RR tyres and they suit the bike very well.

Rear lasted about 1700 miles and just swapped to a Qualifier 2, as they don;t make the RR anymore.



Engine and transmission


1130.00 ccm (68.95 cubic inches)

Engine type:

In-line three, four-stroke


135.44 HP (98.9 kW)) @ 9250 RPM


117.00 Nm (11.9 kgf-m or 86.3 ft.lbs) @ 6750 RPM



Bore x stroke:

88.0 x 62.0 mm (3.5 x 2.4 inches)

Valves per cylinder:


Fuel system:

Injection. Electronic injection with 1 injector per cylinder

Fuel control:



Single coil inductive discharge electronic ignition

Lubrication system:

Wet sump

Cooling system:




Transmission type,
final drive:



Wet clutch

Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheels

Frame type:

Mixed solution. Front ASD steel tube trellis, fastened with drawer screws to boxed rear section, aluminium alloy castings.

Front tyre dimensions:


Rear tyre dimensions:


Front brakes:

Double disc

Rear brakes:

Single disc

Physical measures and capacities

Dry weight:

199.0 kg (438.7 pounds)

Power/weight ratio:

0.6806 HP/kg

Seat height:

780 mm (30.7 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.


1,419 mm (55.9 inches)