Over 3,500 Rocket 3s manufactured since 2020 have been affected.
Triumph has recalled the Rocket 3 over a rear brake master cylinder issue. At the moment, the recall has only been initiated in the US.
According to Triumph, over 3,500 Rocket 3s manufactured since 2020 have been affected. These include the GT, R and TFC variants.
It is said that these bikes are fitted with a 12.7 mm rear brake master cylinder that isn’t able to move the brake oil to the set distance. This causes air bubbles to form inside the cylinder, increasing the pedal travel. To rectify this, Triumph will be installing a 14 mm rear brake master cylinder.
The 2024 Triumph Rocket 3 was introduced in July this year. The bike carries forward its signature 2,500cc inline 3-cylinder engine. It produces 165 BHP @ 6,000 rpm and 221 Nm @ 4,000 rpm and is mated to a 6-speed gearbox.
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