My 1967 T100T Daytona with matching numbers is on its original E registration. According to information that can be found via Google and compiled from factory records the 1966/67 T100T variant of the Tiger had been named in honor of Triumphs successes in the 500cc class at Daytona. The twin carburetor 500cc Tiger 100 Daytona (T100T) was introduced to celebrate the 1966 victory by Buddy Elmore at that year's prestigious Daytona 200 race on a works twin and repeated again by Gary Nixon in the 1967 Daytona 200 races on the now newly designated Triumph Daytona. That model represented the ultimate development of the unit construction 500cc Triumph and when Motor Cycle News tested a standard production bike they recorded a top speed of 111 mph still managing to record 64 miles to the gallon! Revisions to the standard T100 engine enabling these figures to be achieved included splayed inlets for the twin carburetors in the revised cylinder head, an increase to a 9:1 compression ratio and Bonneville profile camshafts. These first production bikes (421 built for 1967) became known as the Baby Bonneville and are in a different specification to the later models.
Please note the actual mileage of my bike is unknown and the exhaust headers along with the clocks, although Triumph units, are from a later model.
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