Product review: Driven Racing steel sprockets and DID X-ring chain

When I bought the Triumph Street Triumph, I knew that I was buying a reasonably expensive motorcycle but it was the sportiest of the class by a fair margin. Long before I got the Arrow exhaust to release the full 106PS, I changed the throttle tube for a more aggressive feel. Shortly thereafter, I also added a popular performance mod, the Rs 2,600 15-tooth sprocket (one tooth down from stock) from the Daytona, a direct fit.

The results were very encouraging. The Street Triple felt vibrant and responsive in a way that really surprised...

Published Date: Sep 12, 2016 10:10 am | Updated Date: Sep 12, 2016 10:10 am

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