Sac Turbocharged Triumph Rocket 3
Jan Venter and the team at Steve's Auto Clinic Durban have finally revealed
the roaring power of the Triumph Rocket that they recently turbo Charged.
The massive Triumph Rocket III, with its already powerful 2300cc engine,
comes with outrageous pistons similar in size to a Dodge Viper, and styling
to match. The team at SAC fitted the bike with a T28 Garret turbo, and
custom built the Exhaust intake
manifold and Intercooler. All
of the parts
had to be hand made to suit both the style and the performance aspects of
the bike. The end result was an astonishing 223kw and 438 Nm.
Triumph Rocket III Medley
This is Rock n' roll at the highest, or rather biggest level! This is our
first tribute to this 2.3 litre triple giant. The Rocket III pulls with the
force of 1.2G's when accelerating... http://www.facebook.com/Raptorama
Dynoing with Supercharged Triumph Rocket 3
My Triumph Rocket III "MissTress" has a date with the Dyno tuner, Silverback
Performance (www.silverbackperformance.net). Supercharger by TTS Performance
(www.tts-performance.co.uk). Final results: 231.8 bhp and 206 Ft/lb and a
SWEET running machine!
Triumph Rocket III Roadster & Zard Exhaust Sound Check
New Zard Exhaust mounted, 1st in
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R&R Classic: Triumph Rocket III Ultimate 2004-2008 Remastered
R&R Classic: Triumph Rocket III Ultimate 2004-2008 remastered. Watch the
2.3 litre beast from Hinckley in action including the very first 2004/2005
test of the bike upto the launch of the Touring version. From Hinckley
through Derbyshire to Texas. Standard in Tribal paint and tuned, Classic
and Touring. We allow this muscle bike from Hinckley to really stretch its
legs with burnouts, wheelies and long blackies.
TRIUMPH ROCKET 3 WITH FMIC AND SUPERCHARGER
This is the latest version of the TTS Rotrex supercharged Rocket 3. This
bike is fitted with JE forged pistons at 10:1 compression. TTS FI cams and
the Rotrex C30-94 Supercharger is being
spun to its maximum of 100,000 rpm and should give approx 16lb of Boost. The increase in compression and
increase in Boost should increase
bhp conciderably. Watch this space.
Rocket 3 TTS Rotrex Supercharger
The 1st start up after fitting the TTS Supercharger kit with C30 Rotrex unit to a 2005
I replaced the auto belt tensioner for the manual tensioner and a stud
fitted to the drive pinion rather than the bolt which was prone to
breakage. You will note that the drive pulley nut appears to run out of
true, illusion only created by the washer and the plastic within the nut.
The pinion shaft and belt drive pulley have been dialled for accuracy
Producing 276 hp with TuneBoy mapping by Wayne.
Some further adjustments have been made for this particular bike.
Total fitting time for a Rocket with all standard trims refitted and the
installation of braiding for the oil lines to and from the charger unit, 27
Power delivery is exceptionally smooth and instantaneous. Although the idle
control unit has been removed, with careful manual adjustment, cold
starting is effortless with no throttle, straight off the button and steady
at 800rpm cold, 900 rpm hot.
Using the TuneEdit programme I recommend restricting the rev limiter to
3500rpm for the first 500km to allow correct run in of the Rotrex unit, and
limiting the secondary butterflies to 70% opening.
After run in.....FULL POWER!!!
This is the first Rocket to be fitted with a TTS kit here in New Zealand.
Special thanks to Richard Bainbridge of TTS UK Ltd & Wayne MacDonald of
Tuneboy Aust PTY LTD.
2010 Star VMAX vs Triumph Rocket III Roadster - MotoUSA
We pit the 2010 Star VMAX against a competitor the Triumph Rocket III
Roadster to find out which power cruiser reins supreme on the street. Read
the full report:
ALCHEMY BIKES' TRIUMPH ROCKET 3
We've just fitted a couple of Tailgunner Exhausts to a customer's Rocket 3, with Power
Commander and Rolling Road set up, plus a K&N Filter. Goes really well and
pick up is very impressive. Also, we wrapped the Exhausts and fitted Progressive Suspension
412-Series Shocks on the back, and Springs in the front forks. This has
transformed the handling, as it really goes around corners as it should,
with no mid-bend wallowing, or anything. For any info on these parts or any
other custom part for your Triumph, Japanese Cruiser or Harley Davidson,
please get in touch on 01462 677300.