- 2019 Triumph Rocket 3 TFC is powered by a 2,500 c motor that makes 182 bhp and 225 Nm
- The motorcycle is 44 kg lighter than the previous-gen Rocket 3
- 2019 Rocket 3 TFC uses a lightweight steel frame, single-sided swingarm and titanium valves
- The suspension duties are carried by a 47 mm fully adjustable USD forks and a monoshock, both sourced from Showa
Triumph Motorcycles has officially revealed the specifications of the 2019 Triumph Rocket 3 TFC - a factory custom edition of the upcoming next-gen Triumph Rocket 3. Here, TFC stands for Triumph Factory Custom. The Rocket 3 is the biggest motorcycle in terms of engine capacity and size in Triumph's stable. Powering the previous-gen Rocket 3 was a three-cylinder 2,300 cc motor which was the biggest motor on a production-spec motorcycle. The TFC edition has also got an impressive electronics kit.
The 2019 Triumph Rocket 3 TFC is powered by a bigger 2,500 cc motor. The three-cylinder motor is capable of producing 182 bhp of peak power and 225 Nm of peak torque. There's no other production-spec motorcycle that is even close to the above-mentioned power figures. Triumph has also listed the Rocket 3 TFC on its UK website with an on-road cost of £25,000.
The 2019 Rocket 3 has also become a lot lighter than its predecessor Triumph Rocket 3 - 44 kg to be specific and now it tips the scale at 293 kg. The weight loss has been achieved by using a lightweight steel frame in which the 2.4-litre motor sits, single-sided swingarm and titanium valves. The suspension duties on the 2019 Triumph Rocket 3 TFC is carried by Showa sourced 47 mm fully adjustable USD forks and monoshock at the rear.
Also Read: Triumph Speed Twin launched at Rs 9.46 lakh
Speaking of the comprehensive electronics kit, the 2019 Rocket TFC is equipped with cornering ABS, tractional control, hill-hold assist, TPMS (Tyre Pressure Monitoring System) and a quick-shifter for smooth gear shifts, hill-hold assist, cruise control, Bluetooth Connectivity enabled TFT instrument screen and an inbuilt GoPro controller. The motorcycle also features four riding modes - Road, Rain, Rider and Sport. For the update, Triumph Rocket 3 TFC is limited to only 750 unit and all of them are already booked.