Complete PDF version of the Service Manual for the Triumph Daytona 955i / Speed Triple. A MUST for every Speed Triple owner.
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OEM Original factory workshop manual.
Models covered by this manual: 2001 to 2006
Number of pages: 410 pages
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Triumph Daytona 955i / Speed Triple
Triumph Motorcycles manufactures the Triumph Speed Triple family of motorcycles. The Hinckley Triumph of 1994 was one of the first bikes built in the streetfighter type, which is a modern sport bike or racing replica motorbike that lacks an aerodynamic plastic fairing. The design was popularized by bikers who, after crashing their racing replicas, placed the bikes back on the road without fairings.
Other than aesthetic changes, the Speed Triple changed nothing between 2000 and 2001. The engine control unit was upgraded to the Sagem MC2000. Because the ground block of the 1997-99 bikes was known to fail, the wiring harness for the 2000 and 2001 bikes was modified. Both the Speed Triple and the Daytona became known as 955i bikes (the Daytona adopted the 955i moniker in 1999), clearing up some of the confusion caused by the prior T500 series designations. Other significant distinctions were silver wheels rather than black wheels and the Speed Triple emblem on the rear quarter panel being printed rather than cursive.
Gareth Davies reworked the bodywork in 2002. A revision to the engine casings of the 955i engine lowered weight by approximately 17 pounds, resulting in a 432 lb (196 kg) reduction. A revised cylinder head design resulted in a small improvement in power. The MC2000 control unit was kept, however it was modified to accommodate an O2 sensor.
In late 2004, a small number of Special Edition Speed Triples (Speed Triple SE) with just aesthetic alterations were created.
Nissin brakes might be a concern for all years from 1997 to 2004. Though once lauded as one of the greatest stopping motorcycles, numerous owners have complained of brake sponginess with time. The caliper pistons were not sufficiently covered, allowing dirt, debris, and rust to accumulate. The pistons would become entangled in the caliper seals and be dragged back into the caliper bore. This resulted in an excess of piston travel necessary to impart braking force, resulting in a spongy feel. To correct this, Daytona 675 calipers with a teflon coating might be utilized. A bigger master cylinder can also be used to compensate for the extra distance.