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    Triumph unveiled its eagerly awaited Tiger 800 and Tiger 800XC adventure touring 2011 models at the internationally renowned EICMA show in Milan, Italy on 2 Nov.

    Wonder when it will reach Singapore shores and how much it will cost. Any Triumph owners care to share the ups an downs about owning a Triumph? I hear that the triple motor is very sweet.

    How is the servicing and parts availability with local agent, Mah motor?

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    Came here to read on the bike after seeing it on the local bike mag.. Nice.. but the fatty exhaust...... not my cup of tea...
    Strangely several bikes nowadays all have fatty exhausts... dunno why........

     

     
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    The arrow exhaust in one of the photos looks good though. The stock end can seems like it came off a yamaha super tenere Must be the euro4 emission controls.
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    Saw the 800 model at SBF event on Sat.Machine price (i think) cost $21000.Really interested in this bike
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    evil twin of the F800GS, complete with similar beak.
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    Some prelimary quotes from my phonecall with local agent.

    Tiger 800 ABS $27000 OTR
    Tiger 800XC ABS $29000 OTR

    For reference

    BMW F800GS $29800 (Machine price)
    BMW F650GS $23000 (Machine price)

    Anyone with better prices?

    Quote Originally Posted by quikslvr View Post
    Saw the 800 model at SBF event on Sat.Machine price (i think) cost $21000.Really interested in this bike
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    hmmm

    so BMW or UK bikes??

    BMW more support
    UK bikes?? will mah be forever the agent?

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    Any Triumph owners like to comment on service support by our local agent? Or in our region?
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    get the beemer

    it may be 2k more now, but when ure prepared to sell, the depreciation on the trumpet will be greater than the beemer.

    service @ both mah & pml are not top notch for your dollar.
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    Just went Mah on last week..

    Machine price for Tiger 800 - $21000
    Machine price for Tiger 800XC - $24000
    Wit the otr pricing it might be worth for me to get the Super Tenere instead...

    hMM very tempted to get tis bike.. Since review is good n some says its better than the F800.

    The bike looks simple wit not much electronic gadgets.. which i prefer actually..Clean..

    Now juz wanna know how the support for Triumph at MAH..

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    Thanks DOINK1 for the machine price update. I wonder how did agent come up with the OTR price quoted.

    Machine price for Tiger 800 - $21000 ($27000 OTR) - +$6000
    Machine price for Tiger 800XC - $24000 ($29000 OTR) - +$5000

    Who knows what are the current OTR items? Can't be additional $5000 or $6000 right?

    1) Insurance (subjective to age)
    2) IU & Bracket
    3) Veh Registration
    4) 6 Months Road Tax
    5) Any other items?
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    Barracuda,

    Are you thinking of switching to either the bikes above? Hehe..
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    One of the new kids on the block after the S10, so it has stirred up my interest. Quite a neat package without the BMW premium pricing. Quite on par with comparable jap models. Lets see where this discussion thread leads to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by barracuda View Post
    Thanks DOINK1 for the machine price update. I wonder how did agent come up with the OTR price quoted.

    Machine price for Tiger 800 - $21000 ($27000 OTR) - +$6000
    Machine price for Tiger 800XC - $24000 ($29000 OTR) - +$5000

    Who knows what are the current OTR items? Can't be additional $5000 or $6000 right?

    1) Insurance (subjective to age)
    2) IU & Bracket
    3) Veh Registration
    4) 6 Months Road Tax
    5) Any other items?
    Yup cannot be OTR with so much difference..Maybe with interest?? Hmmm don't think so..

    Turn off part.. Not together with panniers & Accs.

    Quote Originally Posted by barracuda View Post
    One of the new kids on the block after the S10, so it has stirred up my interest. Quite a neat package without the BMW premium pricing. Quite on par with comparable jap models. Lets see where this discussion thread leads to.
    Same2... Waiting for some scapegoat to try out the bike 1st...cos just came out this year..

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    Juz enquired frm Mah, 800xc $24k machine price, $28-29k Otr depending on COE n insurance.. Still Dunoe whether to get diz Tiger or BMW 800gs..
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    Btw, they currently only hv d non-ABS version in stock..
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    So the $24k machine price tag is for the 800XC non ABS model?
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    Bloody expensive and not particularly well made(certain plastic parts). How much it is in Euros? E$7k+??

    But quite nicely styled and at least fuel tank is in front of you between your legs(personal preferance)
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    Quote Originally Posted by barracuda View Post
    Thanks DOINK1 for the machine price update. I wonder how did agent come up with the OTR price quoted.

    Machine price for Tiger 800 - $21000 ($27000 OTR) - +$6000
    Machine price for Tiger 800XC - $24000 ($29000 OTR) - +$5000

    Who knows what are the current OTR items? Can't be additional $5000 or $6000 right?

    1) Insurance (subjective to age)
    2) IU & Bracket
    3) Veh Registration
    4) 6 Months Road Tax
    5) Any other items?

    That's also the OTR price MAH quoted me during SBF road show.
    Here's my own break down:
    24k machine price
    + another 7% (GST)
    + COE (based on 1.6k)
    + IU (~$150)
    + Road Tax (~$150)
    + Insurance (~1k)

    Amount up close to 29k.
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    Quote Originally Posted by barracuda View Post
    Thanks DOINK1 for the machine price update. I wonder how did agent come up with the OTR price quoted.

    Machine price for Tiger 800 - $21000 ($27000 OTR) - +$6000
    Machine price for Tiger 800XC - $24000 ($29000 OTR) - +$5000
    Both machine price mentioned are without ABS.ABS is an optional upgrade on both models if i can remember correctly cos I went Mah yesterday.Even so,i don't see why OTR quotation is that high??Prolly just a rough quote... Btw, suspension is pretty firm on e 800.As compared to most road biased bike,e 800 has 180mm of suspension travel.Supposingly giving it e extra abilities to do pretty LIGHT off road work... Will give more reviews when i collect my bike
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    So Joe, ur getting the road version instead of the adventure type..

    So have you collected your bike? If yes then review pls

     

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by DOINK1 View Post
    So Joe, ur getting the road version instead of the adventure type..

    So have you collected your bike? If yes then review pls
    Collected my bike 4 days ago.So far e seat n posture is very comfy.Bars are are easy to reach.Handling is very neutral and well balanced.e tyres that e bike came with are Pirelli Scorpion Trail.It grips e road like a road biased tyre.I'm actually quite surprised but e highlight of it all is e engine.Torque is available off e throttle especially 3k rpm onwards.This thing just invites u to play.I'm trying to find e negative point about this bike still cos i'm sure there is.Bike is still running in and at this point in time,i'm getting 5L/100km consistently.I ride below 5k rpm as e manual stated.Will update u guys again in a few days time.Btw i wonder who are e other 2 Tiger riders??
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    Did my 1st servicing.Rode close to 1000km already and e immediate difference is e engine.Torque is available as soon as you crack open or twist e throttle on any gears.Given e flat torque curve,it has oodles of grunt everywhere.The engine sound is orgasmic!Brakes are okay for normal street ride.To me,e suspension are set up nicely for SG roads.Posture is comfy with a good commanding view and seat height is reasonable as it's height adjustable.Currently i get 5L/100km of riding.Take note that i'm still running in e engine.Tachometer dash is informative to me.Having ridden most Jap bikes with basic instruments(not e high end ones of course),this Tiger 800 is pretty informative with
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    •analogue tachometer
    •clock
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    •distance
    •average speed
    •fuel consumption
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    •distance to empty
    •ABS on/off
    •service reminder
    •...and it's TPMS-ready
    Clutch has a light feel.Cables and wires are neatly arranged or hidden in some cases.12v power sockets are located beside e ignition.Genius design especially for GPS users like me.The Pirelli Scopions gave excellent grip and more importantly that front fork dive,so often present with this type of bike,was absent.Ok sure the front forks dipped slightly under heavy braking but it was quite acceptable to be honest and a pleasant change from some bikes I could mention.I'm unsure about this but i think e Scorpions are wet road dual purpose tyres cos it gave me confidence riding in e wet.Considering this was not a sports bike but an Adventure road bike with an ability to do pretty light offroad work,it all just felt planted, well sorted, and confidence inspiring.
    Tyres come factory equipped with the L-shaped valve for ease of pumping.Small but smart move from Triumph and e headlight.It's adjustable.Gear shifting is slick.

    Now comes e bad point.
    1) e pillion footrest turns me off.It just looks weird to me having it welded to e rear subframe and potruding out a little.
    2) Triumph Tiger 800 doesn't come with a rear hugger so all e dirt and debris will be splattered on e undertray - Already addressed that issue with an R&G rear hugger which looks trick!
    3) Depending on your ride,i'm quite worried that small rocks or any other debris might damage the radiator at high speeds due to e stock front fender - Addressed that issue with a wire mesh radiator cover.
    4) Despite e beautifully set up front fork, i really wished it was fully adjustable (wth i'm asking for too much)
    5) Despite e unique tank design, u can't put a normal sized tankbag cos e surface area makes it impossible to stick unless it's e small ones or if u opt for Triumph's tank harness and their original tankbag.
    6) Bike doesn't come with hazard light
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    joeboxer.. congrats on your new bike.. must come out and show us one day..

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmax View Post
    joeboxer.. congrats on your new bike.. must come out and show us one day..
    Sure thing.. just need to find an off day that falls on a Friday or Saturday then maybe can meet up at e usual place...
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    Quote Originally Posted by joeboxer82is View Post
    Sure thing.. just need to find an off day that falls on a Friday or Saturday then maybe can meet up at e usual place...
    I'm also looking at this bike for sometimes but thing that worries me is the spare part of this bike. I dun want it to be like another Kawasaki issue


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazuma View Post
    I'm also looking at this bike for sometimes but thing that worries me is the spare part of this bike. I dun want it to be like another Kawasaki issue
    For that matter,i've checked with Mah.According to them,they have some parts cos coincidentally, this Tiger shares some similar components to other triple models.Order will take about a week or 2 if parts are not available.Had my seat changed cos there's a slight/very tiny tear on e sides and i got e replacement in a week.Other triple owners can prolly share their experience.Me newbie
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    Quote Originally Posted by joeboxer82is View Post
    Sure thing.. just need to find an off day that falls on a Friday or Saturday then maybe can meet up at e usual place...
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    Quote Originally Posted by joeboxer82is View Post
    For that matter,i've checked with Mah.According to them,they have some parts cos coincidentally, this Tiger shares some similar components to other triple models.Order will take about a week or 2 if parts are not available.Had my seat changed cos there's a slight/very tiny tear on e sides and i got e replacement in a week.Other triple owners can prolly share their experience.Me newbie
    hey bro,

    would like to know if the cost of maintaining these Tigers -> comparable to that of the Beemer..?

    Peace..

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Falcon View Post
    hey bro,

    would like to know if the cost of maintaining these Tigers -> comparable to that of the Beemer..?

    Peace..
    I've never own a beemer before although i would like to, someday. As my Tiger is brand new, I've never really done any major maintenance except for EO & oil filter replacement. Scheduled service(valve check etc) is every 10k mileage according to the handbook but i doubt everyone follows that especially after e 1st 10k mileage. Triumph's engine has been known for reliability and they don't lose their character like an engine from Bologna (no offence) does if valve check is not done. Spoke to a couple of owners about this. I would prolly think owning a Triumph would not be as high cost as owning a beemer ( if servicing is done at PML ). If it's your daily ride,
    Simple bike = low maintenance
    Unique bike = scheduled maintenance
    Exclusive bike = high maintenance
    That's just my view. Both companies manufacture unique engines and they are full of character. End of e day, you choose a ride that suits most of your riding needs and wallet capacity
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    Quote Originally Posted by joeboxer82is View Post
    I've never own a beemer before although i would like to, someday. As my Tiger is brand new, I've never really done any major maintenance except for EO & oil filter replacement. Scheduled service(valve check etc) is every 10k mileage according to the handbook but i doubt everyone follows that especially after e 1st 10k mileage. Triumph's engine has been known for reliability and they don't lose their character like an engine from Bologna (no offence) does if valve check is not done. Spoke to a couple of owners about this. I would prolly think owning a Triumph would not be as high cost as owning a beemer ( if servicing is done at PML ). If it's your daily ride,
    Simple bike = low maintenance
    Unique bike = scheduled maintenance
    Exclusive bike = high maintenance
    That's just my view. Both companies manufacture unique engines and they are full of character. End of e day, you choose a ride that suits most of your riding needs and wallet capacity
    Cheers
    Couldn't agree more bro... ..well hats off to you for being the first few.. brave enough to try tame the Tigerrrr..

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    Quote Originally Posted by joeboxer82is View Post
    Sure thing.. just need to find an off day that falls on a Friday or Saturday then maybe can meet up at e usual place...
    Congrates on the purchase of ur new beauty bro.....
    Looking fwd to meet up & admire her....

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Falcon View Post
    Couldn't agree more bro... ..well hats off to you for being the first few.. brave enough to try tame the Tigerrrr..

    peace
    Being e 1st also means braving myself for what's gonna happen to my tiger in e near future. I really hope all my read ups,asking around and my technical knowledge helps in countering all e possible problems my bike might face. Btw, taming it is a problem
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    Quote Originally Posted by twinterror View Post
    Congrates on the purchase of ur new beauty bro.....
    Looking fwd to meet up & admire her....
    Thanks Shiraz. We'll meet up soon. You can try taming her
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    Sweet! Just check with some mech. Most of them say buy tiger then Beemer. I have yet really hear the bike nor try the bike. Only have sat on it before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joeboxer82is View Post
    Collected my bike 4 days ago.So far e seat n posture is very comfy.Bars are are easy to reach.Handling is very neutral and well balanced.e tyres that e bike came with are Pirelli Scorpion Trail.It grips e road like a road biased tyre.I'm actually quite surprised but e highlight of it all is e engine.Torque is available off e throttle especially 3k rpm onwards.This thing just invites u to play.I'm trying to find e negative point about this bike still cos i'm sure there is.Bike is still running in and at this point in time,i'm getting 5L/100km consistently.I ride below 5k rpm as e manual stated.Will update u guys again in a few days time.Btw i wonder who are e other 2 Tiger riders??
    Correction.Only 2 Tiger 800 and an XC came to SG.Both road version sold.Left with e pearl white XC in e showroom.Got my accessories about 2 weeks after i bought e bike.After riding this bike really close to 2000km,i noticed another thing which is not really to my liking.The 2 pot caliper don't provide enough initial bite during braking.Like i said,it's just OK for normal street riding.I'm a lil aggressive at times so prolly a new set of EBC/Brembo pads should do the trick.As to why i don't opt for a radial or larger master cylinder is because e handguards are designed to be attached to e master cylinder,hence e pads upgrade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazuma View Post
    Sweet! Just check with some mech. Most of them say buy tiger then Beemer. I have yet really hear the bike nor try the bike. Only have sat on it before.
    Hope to meet up 1 of the days to view yr babe
    Get a testride on both bikes.From there you'll know which one you like.Of course you pay more for e Bavarian machine.Both has it's own pros n cons.Reliability,service intervals,parts price,support,performance,comfort,bhp,torque,luggage,tank range etc.Look into everything and decide on 1 which suits you best.Both are great bikes with unique engines.
    You either go English or German.Got more moolah,go Italian.Cheers bro
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    Quote Originally Posted by joeboxer82is View Post
    Get a testride on both bikes.From there you'll know which one you like.Of course you pay more for e Bavarian machine.Both has it's own pros n cons.Reliability,service intervals,parts price,support,performance,comfort,bhp,torque,luggage,tank range etc.Look into everything and decide on 1 which suits you best.Both are great bikes with unique engines.
    You either go English or German.Got more moolah,go Italian.Cheers bro
    hi joe u mean we van test ride triumph at Mah Motor like BMW PML?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fazermurpies View Post
    hi joe u mean we van test ride triumph at Mah Motor like BMW PML?
    It'll be best if you check with Mah Motor.I've never heard of them providing test ride for the two wheelers they're selling.Only knew about PML and Harley Davidson.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joeboxer82is View Post
    It'll be best if you check with Mah Motor.I've never heard of them providing test ride for the two wheelers they're selling.Only knew about PML and Harley Davidson.
    hi joe when can meet up see your bike? i look forward to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohayo View Post
    Sure it's damn nice and e front extends up to protect e headers from debris.This 1 i like!Thanks bro...
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    Quote Originally Posted by joeboxer82is View Post
    For that matter,i've checked with Mah.According to them,they have some parts cos coincidentally, this Tiger shares some similar components to other triple models.Order will take about a week or 2 if parts are not available.Had my seat changed cos there's a slight/very tiny tear on e sides and i got e replacement in a week.Other triple owners can prolly share their experience.Me newbie
    Congrats on ur new purchase.The new Tigers are gorgeous bikes.the other triples like the 1050 and Speed/Street are already rare on s'pore roads let alone this one. they are made to rival the bmw's parallel twins. got thumbs up for them.torquey,more muscle,capable off road etc.only a bit heavier than the beemers. i found youtube vids on these Tigers by those motor-siao brits of MCN ,comparing them with the bmw respectively.enjoy


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    Finally managed a day trip on my Tiger 800 but before i set off, i increased e rear preload as recommended by e manual to accomodate e panniers and my pillion. I rode to Desaru via e E22 Senai-Pasir Gudang-Desaru highway and exited Ulu Tiram after realising that e bridge had been closed for re-laying of e tarmac. Weather was absolutely perfect e entire morning although somewhere around noon i got caught by a passing cloud.*
    Set off from GP Esso at 0735hrs and i headed straight to Desaru for bfast. As i made a no of stops for picture taking, i arrived at Desaru around 1020hrs. From there, i made my way north to Tg Balau. That's where most ppl flock to for picnics on Sundays. e place is happening. There's a row of stalls and road/off road carpark by e beach. e road from Desaru to Tg Balau was quite short but it was fun. All kinds of road appear before me and e scenic surrouding never once bore me. e Tiger is surprisingly easy to manouver with e weight of e panniers n pillion. Prolly due to e weight, e initial bite of e brake was lacking. Seat was pretty comfy for e first 300km but could be better with e Triumph original gel seat(",)
    e roads i've ridden consisted of smooth/rough/bumpy surfaces with rather deep potholes at times but e Tiger tracked everything thrown at it well. I'm riding on 5th gear most of e time so there wasn't any need to drop a gear during overtaking. e Tiger was very smooth trundling along e trunk roads and even at high speeds, there was only mild vibrations felt at e bars, something which you hardly even feel when riding. Over at Tg Balau, i took my Tiger offroad with my pillion onboard. I actually rode on e sandy and mildly muddy tracks near e beach. It wasn't really easy with pillion behind but it was fun manouvering e bike. One particular stretch of road somewhere near Tg Sedili had some cows by e road side so i had to ride slow... I got caught in a sudden rain while riding along Tg Sedili. Roads were slippery but my Tiger took it in his stride well at safe riding speeds of course. Wind buffeting were very minimal and most of it were deflected to my neck and above. I'm not particularly tall that's why...
    My average F/C with everything loaded (panniers & pillion) *is 5.3L/100km. Speaking of F/C, i'm getting 5.0L/100km for my daily rides in SG. F/C goes up to about 5.1-5.3L/100km for speeds between 120km/h-140km/h. Tried and tested. It's not as fuel efficient as BMW's F800GS but it's quite reasonable for an 800cc road/adventure bike.*
    I'm really happy with my Tiger's performance so far. Hope it continues eating up e tarmac e way it's designed to... *I'll post more review when i ride up again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joeboxer82is View Post
    Finally managed a day trip on my Tiger 800 but before i set off, i increased e rear preload as recommended by e manual to accomodate e panniers and my pillion. I rode to Desaru via e E22 Senai-Pasir Gudang-Desaru highway and exited Ulu Tiram after realising that e bridge had been closed for re-laying of e tarmac. Weather was absolutely perfect e entire morning although somewhere around noon i got caught by a passing cloud.*
    Set off from GP Esso at 0735hrs and i headed straight to Desaru for bfast. As i made a no of stops for picture taking, i arrived at Desaru around 1020hrs. From there, i made my way north to Tg Balau. That's where most ppl flock to for picnics on Sundays. e place is happening. There's a row of stalls and road/off road carpark by e beach. e road from Desaru to Tg Balau was quite short but it was fun. All kinds of road appear before me and e scenic surrouding never once bore me. e Tiger is surprisingly easy to manouver with e weight of e panniers n pillion. Prolly due to e weight, e initial bite of e brake was lacking. Seat was pretty comfy for e first 300km but could be better with e Triumph original gel seat(",)
    e roads i've ridden consisted of smooth/rough/bumpy surfaces with rather deep potholes at times but e Tiger tracked everything thrown at it well. I'm riding on 5th gear most of e time so there wasn't any need to drop a gear during overtaking. e Tiger was very smooth trundling along e trunk roads and even at high speeds, there was only mild vibrations felt at e bars, something which you hardly even feel when riding. Over at Tg Balau, i took my Tiger offroad with my pillion onboard. I actually rode on e sandy and mildly muddy tracks near e beach. It wasn't really easy with pillion behind but it was fun manouvering e bike. One particular stretch of road somewhere near Tg Sedili had some cows by e road side so i had to ride slow... I got caught in a sudden rain while riding along Tg Sedili. Roads were slippery but my Tiger took it in his stride well at safe riding speeds of course. Wind buffeting were very minimal and most of it were deflected to my neck and above. I'm not particularly tall that's why...
    My average F/C with everything loaded (panniers & pillion) *is 5.3L/100km. Speaking of F/C, i'm getting 5.0L/100km for my daily rides in SG. F/C goes up to about 5.1-5.3L/100km for speeds between 120km/h-140km/h. Tried and tested. It's not as fuel efficient as BMW's F800GS but it's quite reasonable for an 800cc road/adventure bike.*
    I'm really happy with my Tiger's performance so far. Hope it continues eating up e tarmac e way it's designed to... *I'll post more review when i ride up again.
    Great write up!! So looking forward to your next adventure...

    how is it compare to ur previous TDM??

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    Quote Originally Posted by DOINK1 View Post
    Great write up!! So looking forward to your next adventure...

    how is it compare to ur previous TDM??
    Looks : I find e Tiger sweeter but to each his own.
    Engine : Despite being 100cc smaller,it's as torquey as a TDM but instead of e twin feel,i get e smooth torquey build up to e redline.
    Handlebars : I don't get e kind of vibrations i got on a TDM so i feel more comfort cruising and blasting.
    Handling : Compared to TDM's 18 inch front wheel,e Tiger is using 19 inch. Tiger feels very planted on e road. Manouvering is easier than e TDM prolly due to e weight distribution or chassis design.
    Brakes : Both TDM n Tiger offer e same feel n bite on stock components.(i actually changed my TDM master cylinder to a radial one so it felt better after e upgrade)
    Bike's weight : Tiger 210kg fully wet while TDM 223kg (no idea whether dry or fully wet)
    Stock windshield : Both offer almost e same amount of wind protection if not e Tiger is slightly better.
    Top Speed : TDM win hands down.My speedo reads 221km/h at top gear while e Tiger manages 209km/h. However, Tiger feels more comfy cruising at speeds below 190km/h.
    Suspension : As always, Triumph got e settings perfectly set up for e road and a plus point would be e inverted forks as compared to e telescopic forks on a TDM.
    Stock lightings : Tiger is significantly brighter than e TDM but got no hazard like like e TDM.
    Seat : Both bikes offer e same amount of comfort although e TDM is slightly better for long haul trips exceeding 300km.Maybe bcos e Tiger's seat is still new n have not really bedded in yet...
    Tyres : Tiger originally comes with dual purpose tyre in e form of e Pirelli Scorpion Trail while e TDM comes with road tyres. Some TDM owners do fit a dual purpose tyres but personally,it's not recommended as TDM is a pure semi faired road bike made for burning e highways.My 2 cents.
    Digital dash : Tiger win hands down. It's incomparable! I think even e newest TDM don't offer that much info on e dash display.

    This comparison is based on my experience with both bikes. Both has it's pros n cons. Both are good bikes. At e end of e day, it comes down to your personal preference. Cheers!
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    Nice video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joeboxer82is View Post
    Looks : I find e Tiger sweeter but to each his own.
    Engine : Despite being 100cc smaller,it's as torquey as a TDM but instead of e twin feel,i get e smooth torquey build up to e redline.
    Handlebars : I don't get e kind of vibrations i got on a TDM so i feel more comfort cruising and blasting.
    Handling : Compared to TDM's 18 inch front wheel,e Tiger is using 19 inch. Tiger feels very planted on e road. Manouvering is easier than e TDM prolly due to e weight distribution or chassis design.
    Brakes : Both TDM n Tiger offer e same feel n bite on stock components.(i actually changed my TDM master cylinder to a radial one so it felt better after e upgrade)
    Bike's weight : Tiger 210kg fully wet while TDM 223kg (no idea whether dry or fully wet)
    Stock windshield : Both offer almost e same amount of wind protection if not e Tiger is slightly better.
    Top Speed : TDM win hands down.My speedo reads 221km/h at top gear while e Tiger manages 209km/h. However, Tiger feels more comfy cruising at speeds below 190km/h.
    Suspension : As always, Triumph got e settings perfectly set up for e road and a plus point would be e inverted forks as compared to e telescopic forks on a TDM.
    Stock lightings : Tiger is significantly brighter than e TDM but got no hazard like like e TDM.
    Seat : Both bikes offer e same amount of comfort although e TDM is slightly better for long haul trips exceeding 300km.Maybe bcos e Tiger's seat is still new n have not really bedded in yet...
    Tyres : Tiger originally comes with dual purpose tyre in e form of e Pirelli Scorpion Trail while e TDM comes with road tyres. Some TDM owners do fit a dual purpose tyres but personally,it's not recommended as TDM is a pure semi faired road bike made for burning e highways.My 2 cents.
    Digital dash : Tiger win hands down. It's incomparable! I think even e newest TDM don't offer that much info on e dash display.

    This comparison is based on my experience with both bikes. Both has it's pros n cons. Both are good bikes. At e end of e day, it comes down to your personal preference. Cheers!
    Wow... Joe.. Are you frm MCN or MCA magazine??
    I would certainly recommend u to work for them...

    Both TDM n Tiger are actually wat i wanted if i change my bike, currently riding a FZ1..
    Wanted to try a dual purpose bike tis time..
    Since you have so much good reviews bout Tiger, i might be tempted to change after gettin my yr end bonus

    Quote Originally Posted by barracuda View Post
    Nice video.

    Damn cool man... Wonder if i would dare to do tht if i buy the Tiger

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    Quote Originally Posted by barracuda View Post
    Nice video.

    What video??How come i don't see e link?
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    Think the link was down when you read the post. Its back up again.

    In case it fails again. Direct link.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJtA91D7aVQ
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