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SE Yes – 2008 Triumph Daytona 675 SE

Developed from the TT600 but returning to Triumph’s 3-cylinder roots, the Daytona 675 was a brilliant middleweight. The SE was primarily a black and gold color exercise but this one looks great with low miles.

2008 Triumph Daytona 675 SE for sale on eBay

The 675cc triple is quite oversquare and claims 123 hp in a smooth way.  The twin aluminum spar frame has a matching swingarm and fully adjustable suspension on both ends.  The design also uses radially mounted front brakes and 3-into-1 underseat exhaust.  Weight has been kept under control and the 675 is capable of an 11-second quarter.

Coming out of an Illinois dealer, this SE looks cared for and has just over 13,000 miles.  The aftermarket rearsets are a good color match for the fork tubes and it has a Two Brothers exhaust fitted.  From the eBay auction:

This 2008 Triumph 675 Daytona Special Edition has only 13,113 miles and has had all of its maintenance performed. This bike is immaculate and comes with frame sliders, axle sliders, tinted shield, Two Brothers exhaust, and much more. This bike is ready to ride and all it needs is a good home!

The 675 scored well with journalists and went on to racing success in super stock classes under many privateers.  A nice success for Triumph, and still an interesting find in the 600cc neighborhood.  The SE has classic good looks and this trade-in looks like a nice example…



  • Sorry, but these bikes are not rare or special in any way. Just gold wheels is all that differentiated it. They are easy to find used.

    • Nice bike and I like em, but I have to agree, not rare.

    • I have a 2006 and love it. It has been my track bike since new. I highly recommend them even if none of their variants could be considered rare. But they are incredible sportbikes and the sound alone is amazing.

  • 125 ponies out of a 700, hmmm , I might have to rethink things a bit…

  • I like these bikes. If I manage to destroy my sv650 at the track this is the natural progression for me.

    With that said, the rearsets don’t match the fork. I would prefer they did but as is it just looks ancilliary.

    Is it me or is that an unusually large rear sprocket? In most cases that tends to say something about how the bike was used by a previous owner. No 12:00 bar so maybe it’s just a big sprocket.

  • Might become a future collectable since triumph has discontinued it for 2017 I saw.

  • Already listed as one of the top 10 motors of all time. This will be a classic especially as other manufacturers move to this platform (triple).

  • IMO this will be a huge cult classic when people realize how rad they are. To have the one that Triumph sold as a SE whether it has tons of upgrades or not would be a good investment. Plus the livery is spot on. I’d buy it if I were in a position too.

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