My 2008 Triumph Rocket III   Tourer....What Words Accurately Describe a Touring Motorcycle With a 2.3 (2300cc) Liter 3 Cylinder Motor With Enough Torque To Probably Tow A Car....How about 130hp and 154 foot pounds of torque at 2000 rpm!!!  Wow. Instantaneous power at any rpm.

Biggest? Baddest? Strongest?? Amazing?? They Probably All Help To Define It But Only A Ride On This Amazing 2008 Triumph Rocket 3 Touring Motorcycle Will Firmly Implant The Description Into Your Brain.

Below Are The Specifications For The 2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring Motorcycle:

2008 Triumph Rocket III Touring Specification:

ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION:

Type Liquid-cooled, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder

Capacity 2294cc

Bore/Stroke 101.6 x 94.3mm

Fuel System Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection with twin butterflies

and progressive linkage on primary butterflies

Final Drive Shaft

Clutch Wet, multi-plate

Gearbox 5-speed constant mesh

CHASSIS, RUNNING GEAR AND DISPLAYS:

Frame Tubular steel, twin spine

Swingarm Twin-sided, steel (houses drive shaft)

Wheels Front Cast aluminium alloy 25-spoke 16 x 3.5in

Rear Cast aluminium alloy 25-spoke 16 x 5.0in

Tires Front 150/80 R 16

Rear 180/70 R 16

Suspension Front Kayaba 43mm forks. 120mm travel fully shrouded uppers

Rear Kayaba chromed spring twin shocks with 5 position adjustable

preload, 105mm rear wheel travel

Brakes Front Twin 320mm floating discs, Nissin 4-piston fixed calipers

Rear Single 316mm fixed disc, Brembo 2-piston floating caliper

Instrument display/functions Analogue speedometer featuring analogue fuel guage,

scroll button on handlebars, LCD trip computer and clock

DIMENSIONS AND CAPACITIES:

Length 2603mm (102.3in)

Width (Handlebars) 995mm (39.1in) inc levers (widest fixed part)

Height 1182mm (46.5in) (Excludes quick release screen & mirrors.)

Height with screen is 1372mm (54.0in)

Seat Height 730mm (28.7in)

Wheelbase 1705mm (67.2in)

Rake/Trail 32º/184mm

Dry Weight 358kg (788lbs)

Fuel Tank Capacity 22.3 liters (4.9 gal / 5.9 US gals)

PERFORMANCE: (MEASURED AT CRANKSHAFT TO DIN 70020)

Maximum Power 108PS / 107bhp / 79kW @ 5400rpm

Maximum Torque 209Nm / 154ft.lbf @ 2000rpm 

My 2008 Triumph Rocket Tourer has a performance tuner so it's probably putting out about 130 horsepower or more. It also has a tuned Jardine Performance exhaust that is throaty and loud and looks great that the tuner was adjusted to. I have the stock exhaust system should the new owner wish to have a more quiet ride. I will provide it free of charge if you come to pick up the bike. Or your shipper can take it for you.

It also has some really nice optional running lights for added safety and visibility....plus they look cool as well.

The bike has about 6800 original miles so it's barely broken in.

Fellow Riders....I Have Been Blessed Having Owner Virtually All Of The Different Touring Motorcycles Out There. So When I Tell You That Nothing Begins To Feel As Awesome Or As Powerful As This 2008 Triumph Rocket III Tourer, I Am Talking From Actual Experience And Not Just Hearsay. It's Totally Amazing.


THE BIKE IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE. 


915.276.1505


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