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|Vehicle type||Civilian motorcycle|
|Body style||Sports bike|
|Capacity||2 (rider and passenger)|
|Appearance(s)||The Lost and Damned|
The Ballad of Gay Tony
Grand Theft Auto V
Grand Theft Auto Online
|Related vehicle(s)||Double-T Drag|
- "The Dinka Double-T is all about speed and acceleration at the expense of comfort and fuel economy. If you're the kind of person who loves the thrill of going 195mph knowing that the slightest bump in the road could give you a hernia at any moment, this is the sports bike for you."
- ―Southernsanandreassuperautos.com description.
The Dinka Double-T is a motorcycle featured in the The Lost and Damned, The Ballad of Gay Tony and Grand Theft Auto V. Although the "Dinka" logo cannot be found on the bike itself, the police refer to it as a "Dinka Double-T" over their radio.
The bike's front fairing and headlights are similar to those of the Honda CBR1000RR, while its overall body design is more reminiscent to the Aprilia RSV4. It is available in a variety of vivid body colors, usually sporting matching color wheels.
The Double-T is powered by a 900cc inline-4 engine, coupled to a 5-speed gearbox, producing only 170 bhp, making it the least powerful of all six new motorcycles introduced in The Lost and Damned. Its high-revving low gear, along with poor gear-changing, make this a poor choice for getaways since a cop could easily drag you off it at mid first gear. Acceleration is anything but fun; due to its sluggish first and second gears. However, its top speed of 180 mph (290 km/h) and handling are pretty strong. The Double-T's design makes cornering, wheelies, and endos a breeze.
The Lost and Damned
- Can be found in Northwood, driven by the Uptown Riders.
- You can rarely find the Double-T parked around the back of the largest mansion on Owl Creek Ave.
- Usually spawns when driving an FIB Buffalo around Alderney
- As an alternative, you can call Clay to provide you with a Double-T.
The Ballad of Gay Tony
- Rarely found near the Dorset Drive—South Boulevard Del Perro intersection in Rockford Hills, it is located at one of the parking spaces of the Lifeinvader Office building.
- Spawns frequently while riding around Del Perro with the Bati 801.
- During the side mission Assuming the Truth, it is found in the parking lot of The Richman Hotel, north of the Los Santos Golf Club.
- Can be bought from Southernsanandreassuperautos.com website for $12,000 (online only)
- Can rarely be found at Route 68, near Sandy Shores.
- The Double-T is one of the very few bikes in the GTA series with thick-walled tires, another being the Zombie.
- When the player calls Clay to order a Double-T, Johnny refers to it just as a "Double."
- The default radio stations for the Double-T are:
- Like many other vehicles in the GTA Universe, the name "Double-T" has got indecent value; If you read Double-T like TT, it sounds like the word "tittie," a slang name for a woman's breasts. It may also be a play on "titi" which is Filipino for penis. "Dinka Double-T" would also sound like "think of tittie."
- Double-T could also be a play on Double R, which is notoriously known as the Honda RR series whether it is a 600RR or 1000RR. Double R also stands for Race Replica.
- TT is the common abbreviation for Tourist Trophy, a reference to the famous Isle of Man Tourist Trophy race, one of the most famous motorcycle races in the world.
- The name of the vehicle might also be a homage to Edd from the TV cartoon series Ed Edd N Eddy, who was nicknamed Double D.
- The Double-T has no speedometer.
- Unlike its modified variant, the Double-T's modifications are limited, and lacks a custom swingarm option at Los Santos Customs in GTA V.
- The Double T is one of the vehicles the Epsilon Program requests Michael De Santa attain for them ("Assuming the Truth").
- The Double T Custom is a modified version of the standard Double T.
- The Akuma is a streetfighter version of the Double T.