2002-2004 Triumph Daytona 600 Introduction

The Triumph Daytona 600 is manufactured in Hinckley, England by Triumph Motorcycles. It was first produced in 2002.

 

 

 



Triumph Daytona 600 2002-2004 Technical Data

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Triumph Daytona 600 Specifications

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Engine

Engine 4 Cylinder 16 Valve DOHC
Arrangement Transverse In-line
Displacement 599 cc
Bore X Stroke 68 mm x 41.3 mm
Compression ratio 12.75:1
Cylinder numbering Left to Right (No.1 adjacent to alternator)
Flying order 1-2-4-3
Max power (DIN 70020) 112 PS @ 12,750 rpm
Max torque 68 Nm @ 11,000 rpm

Cylinder head specifications table

Valve cylinder head diameter

Internal

External

 

28.6 mm

22.8 mm

Valve lift

Internal

External

 

9.0-9.2 mm

8.0-8.2 mm

Valve stem diameter

Internal

Standard

Service limit

External

Standard

Service limit

 

 

3.975 mm / 3.990 mm

3.960 mm

 

3.975 mm / 3.990 mm

3.940 mm

Valve guide bore diameter

Standard

Service limit

 

4.00 mm / 4.015 mm

4.080 mm

 Valve seat width (in head)

Standard

service limit

 

0.9 mm / 1.1 mm

1.5 mm

 Valve seat width (valve)

Standard

Service limit

 

0.9 mm / 1.1 mm

1.5 mm

 Valve seat angle  45o
 Valve spring length

Internal (outer spring)

Standard

Service limit

Internal (inner spring)

Standard

Service limit

External

Standard

Service limit

 

 

50.50 mm – 51.50 mm

48.50 mm

 

42.50 mm – 43.50 mm

40.50 mm

 

46.50 mm – 47.50 mm

44.50 mm

Valve spring ‘Load at length’

Internal (outer spring)

Internal (inner spring)

External

 

158 N @ 43.0 mm

56 N @ 39.5 mm

200 N @ 41.5 mm

 Valve Clearance

Internal

External

 

0.15 mm / 0.25 mm

0.2 mm / 0.3 mm

Valve bucket bore diameter

Internal

External

 

28.515 mm / 28.535 mm

25.015 mm/ 25.035 mm

Valve bucket diameter

Internal

External

 

28.490 mm / 28.476 mm

24.990 mm / 24.976 mm

Valve timing

Inlet

Open

Close

Duration

Exhaust

Open

Close

Duration

 

 

14o BTDC (@ 1.0 mm lift)

46o ABDC (@ 1.0 mm lift)

240o

 

39o BBDC (@ 1.0 mm lift)

11o ATDC (@ 1.0 mm lift)

230o

Camshaft journal diameter

Standard

Service limit

 

23.9 mm / 23.93 mm

22.87 mm

Camshaft journal clearance

Standard

Service limit

 

0.10 mm

0.17 mm

Camshaft journal bore diameter 24.000 mm / 24.021 mm
camshaft lobe service limit

Internal

External (nose to base circle)

 

34.98 mm

33.85 mm

Camshaft end float 0.030 mm / 0.130 mm
Camshaft run-out 0.015 mm max
Camchain tensioner spring free length 52.0 mm

Clutch & primary drive

Primary drive

Type

Reduction ratio

 

Gear

1.864:1 (82/44)

Clutch

Type

Wet
No. of friction plates 9
Plate flatness limit 0.15 mm
Friction plate thickness

New

Service limit

 

2.92 mm – 3.08 mm

2.72 mm

Clutch actuation method Cable
Cable free play (at lever) 2 mm – 3 mm

Piston & crankshaft

Cylinder liner diameter

Service limit

68.000 mm / 68.015 mm

68.10 mm

Piston diameter

Standard

Service limit

 

67.990 +/- 0.005 mm

67.91 mm

Piston ring to groove clearance

Top

Standard

Service limit

Second

Standard

Service limit

 

0.02 mm / 0.03 mm

0.16 mm

 

0.02 mm / 0.6 mm

0.16 mm

Piston ring to groove width

Top

Standard

Service limit

Second

Standard

Service limit

Oil

 

 

0.81 mm / 0.83 mm

0.91 mm

 

0.81 mm / 0.83 mm

0.91 mm

1.51 mm / 1.53 mm

Piston ring end gap

Top

Standard

Service limit (new ring when fitted in bore)

Second

Standard

Service limit

Oil

 

 

0.15 mm / 0.30 mm

0.60 mm

 

0.25 mm / 0.40 mm

0.75 mm

0.20 mm / 0.70 mm

Gudgeon pin bore diameter in piston

Standard

Service limit

 

15.004 mm / 15.012 mm

15.040 mm

Gudgeon pin diameter

Standard

Service limit

 

14.995 mm / 15.000 mm

14.980 mm

Connecting rod small end diameter 15.034 mm / 15.056 mm
Connecting rod big end side clearance 0.10 mm / 0.30 mm (0.50 mm max)
Crankshaft big end journal diameter  29.984 mm / 30.000 mm (29.960 mm min.)
Crankshaft big end bearing clearance 0.031 mm / 0.059 mm (0.070 mm max)
Crankshaft main journal diameter 29.984 mm / 30.000 mm (29.960 mm min.)
Crankshaft main bearing clearance 0.024 mm / 0.048 mm (0.070 mm max)
Crankshaft end float 0.05 mm / 0.20 mm (0.40 mm max)
Crankshaft run-out

Standard

Service limit

 

0.02 mm

0.05 mm

Transmission

Type 6 speed constant mesh
Gear ratios

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

 

2.923 (38/13)

2.063 (33/16)

1.632 (31/19)

1.381 (29/21)

1.217 (28/23)

1.083 (26/24)

Gear selector fork thickness 5.9 mm / 6.0 mm (5.8 mm min.)
Gear selector groove width 6.0 mm / 0.15 mm (6.25 mm max)
Gear selector fork to groove clearance 0.25 mm max
Final drive Chain
Final drive ratio 2.812:1 (16/45)
Chain type DID 525 VM2
No. of links 106 links
20 link length 317.5 mm / 323.85 mm
Drive chain slack 25mm – 35 mm
Chain lubrication Mobil Chain Spray

Lubrication

Oil capacity (incl. filter, dry fill) 4.0 litres
Oil and filter change 3.8 litres
Oil change only 3.6 litres
Recommended oil Mobile 1 racing 4T 15W/50 or 10W/40
Recommended oil approval rating API SH (or higher) and JASO MA
Oil pressure (in main gallery) 4.6 bar @ 6,000 rpm (@ 80oC oil temp)
Oil pump rotor tip clearance  0.15 mm (0.20 mm max)
Oil pump body clearance  0.15 mm / 0.22 mm (0.35 mm max)
Oil pump rotor end float  0.02 mm / 0.07 mm (0.10 mm max)

Ignition system

Type Digital inductive
Electronic rev-limiter 14,000 rpm
Pick up coil air gap 0.75 mm +/- 0.25 mm
Pick up coil resistance 0.56 KΩ +/- 10% @ 20OC
Ignition coil type Plug top
Spark plug type NGK CR9EK
Spark plug gap 0.7 mm

Fuel system

Fuel type Unleaded, 95 RON

(U.S. 89 CLC/AKI)

Fuel tank capacity 18 litres
Low level warning lamp 3 litres remaining
Fuel pump type Submerged
Fuel pressure (nominal) 3 bar
Purge control system Electronic via fuel system ECU

Fuel injection system

Type Electronic, sequential
Idle speed Preset in engine management software
Injector type Keihin
Throttle Twin cable, twist grip operated with electronic throttle potentiometer, idle speed control and second butterfly
Control sensors Barometric pressure. Manifold absolute pressure, Throttle position, Second throttle position, Coolant temperature, Crankshaft position, Induction air temperature and road speed sensor & lambda sensor.

Cooling system

Coolant Mixture 50/50 Distilled water / Anti-freeze
Anti-freeze type Mobil Antifreeze
Freezing point -35oC
Cooling system capacity 2.5 litres
Radiator cap opening pressure 1.1 bar
Thermostat opening temperature 84oC (nominal)
Cooling fan switch on temperature 100oC
Temperature gauge sensor resistance 3 KΩ @ 15oC

Suspension

Front fork travel 120 mm
Recommended fork oil grade SAE 10W
Oil level (fork full compressed) 112 mm
Oil volume (dry fill) 465 cc
Front fork pull through 3 mm above handlebar upper surface
Fork spring rate 2102 N @ 90 mm deflection
Rear wheel travel 120 mm
Rear suspension bearing grease Mobil Grease HP 222

Brakes

Front type Two hydraulically actuated four piston calipers acting on twin discs
Caliper piston diameter 33.96 mm / 30.23 mm
Disc diameter 308.6 mm
Disc thickness 4 mm (3.5 mm min.)
Disc run-out Max 0.15 mm
Master cylinder diameter 14 mm
Recommended fluid Mobil Universal Brake and Clutch Fluid DOT 4
Rear type Hydraulically actuated single piston caliper single disc
Caliper piston diameter 38 mm
Disc diameter 220 mm
Disc thickness 5 mm (4.5 mm min.)
Disc run-out Max 0.15 mm
Master cylinder diameter 14 mm
Recommended fluid Mobil Universal Brake and Clutch Fluid DOT 4

Wheels & Tyres

Front wheel rim axial run-out 0.6 mm
Front wheel rim radial run-out 0.6 mm
Front tyres ***** See owners handbook *****
Front tyre pressure (cold) 2.4 Bar
Front tyre tread depth min. 2.0 mm
Rear wheel rim axial run-out 0.6 mm
Rear wheel rim radial run-out 0.6 mm
Rear tyres *****See owners handbook*****
Rear tyre pressure (cold) 2.7 Bar (38psi)
Rear tyre tread depth min. 2.0 mm – up to 80 mph (130 km/h)

3.0 mm – over 80 mph (130 km/h)

Frame

Frame type Twin-spar aluminium
Overall length 2050 mm
Overall width 660 mm
Overall height 1135 mm
Wheelbase 1390 mm
Seat height 815 mm
Castor 24.6o
Trail 89.1 mm
Dry weight 165 kg
Max. payload 195 kg

Electrical equipment

Battery type Sealed
Battery rating 12 V – 10 Amp. hour
Alternator rating 33.5 A
Fuses

#1

#2

#3

#4

#5

#6

#7

#8

#9

#10

 

20 A

40 A

10 A

10 A

10 A

15 A

15 A

5 A

15 A

5 A

 

Daytona 600 Colours, Features and Accessories

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Triumph Daytona 600 owner’s manuals

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