With a manufacturer's suggested retail price of $7,999, the 2007 Triumph Thruxton is officially known as the Triumph Thruxton 900. The three-digit suffix stands for its engine displacement, which is rounded up from 865 cubic centimeters. Using a parallel twin configuration, the four-stroke air-cooled two-cylinder engine pumps out 68 horsepower at 7,250 revolutions per minute (RPM) and 72 pound-feet of torque at 5,750 RPM. Relying on a double overhead camshaft configuration, the engine has four intake valves on each cylinder. The bore and stroke and compression ratio for each engine are 3.55 by 2.68 inches and 9.2 to 1, respectively. Two carburetors are present for blending fuel and air for the engine, and an electric starter is in place for convenient engine ignition. Each ‘07 Thruxton engine is paired with a five-speed manual, enabling the bike to achieve a top speed of 120 miles per hour.