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BEEM3R 18th September 2006 15:26

Difference between a Bonneville and Bonneville T100
 
Hey guys.. I really like Bonnevilles, however the T100 is confusing me a bit. On their website, Triumph doesnt really mention a difference, the specs read pretty much the same, and visually except for different paint schemes I cant figure out a difference. If anyone knows and can enlighten me, I'd really appreciate it. The T100 looks like a better option for youngsters cause I'm only 23. Thanks a lot

BEEM3R

ranjan united 18th September 2006 22:36

The only difference is that the regular Bonneville is 790cc and the T100 is 865cc. Not a lot of difference, no matter which one you buy. The extra u pay for the T100 is just for the extra 80-90cc and the color scheme. even the dimensions and body parts are the same.

good to see some more Triumph fans out here.

BEEM3R 18th September 2006 22:49

no on the triumph website they're both listed as 865 hp. Besides the color schemes I cant make out a diff... HELP !!!

aah78 19th September 2006 02:21

Quote:

Originally Posted by ranjan_united
regular Bonneville is 790cc and the T100 is 865cc. Not a lot of difference, no matter which one you buy. The extra u pay for the T100 is just for the color scheme.

for 2007, the engine has been upgraded to 865cc for both the Bonneville & the T100 variant.
Quote:

Originally Posted by BEEM3R
both listed as 865 hp. Besides the color schemes I cant make out a diff... HELP !!!

that's 865cc for both.
yes, they have the same mechanical specs, you just pay extra for lots of chrome and some newer parts here & there for the T100.

as they mention on the website: "itís the look that sets the T100 apart".

Source: Triumph - UK

BEEM3R 19th September 2006 09:23

hey thanks a lot, that clears it up


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