All-new Spirit GP bikes revealed with boosted Triumph Daytona engine

Spirit Motorcycle has recently unveiled a new pair of motorcycles — the Spirit GP-Sport and GP-Street — which are based on the Triumph Daytona 675.

The GP-Sport and GP-Spirit feature race-ready styling, along with carbon-fiber clothing. THey also have fully-adjustable frame, in parallel with their sporty design.

The boosted 675 three-cylinder motor of the Spirit GP

Based on the Triumph Daytona 675 three-cylinder engine, Spirit increased the capacity to 750c for both the GP-Sport and GP-Street. With this, the mill is now producing an output of 182 PS at 14,200 rpm.

In addition, the compression is now at 13.8:1. The engine is controlled by a Motec M130 ECU, while suspension is provided by K-Tech; through its benchmark KTR 2 front forks and a 35 DDS rear shock absorber. Bosch also provides an electronic slipper clutch. 

Equipped with a hand-brazed steel tube frame, the GP-Sport also features carbon-fiber bodywork. The GP-Street, on the other hand, is the naked version. Completing it all is a full-titanium exhaust system.

The titanium exhaust system of the Spirit GP

In the “R” specification, the bike has a wet weight of 145 kg. It also rides on carbon-fiber wheels.

The manufacturer said that there are two models available for the Spirit Motorcycle GP-Street namely, the GP-Street R and base GP-Street.