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Triumph Tiger 800XC


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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

 

Oh now I know why I can't view e link.Cos i'm using my iPhone.I can now view it cos my pc is up and running after disappearing for awhile:cheeky:

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Smoother than a twin and more characterful than a four and not forgetting that lovely whistly fruity soundtrack:thumb:

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Excellent looking and handling bike you got there... The engine sound more solid compare to TDM...

 

I still love e sound of a twin though. This Tiger sounds unique due to it's triple engine configuration. Wonder what a Zard will do to it:angel:

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Smoother than a twin and more characterful than a four and not forgetting that lovely whistly fruity soundtrack:thumb:

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I still love e sound of a twin though. This Tiger sounds unique due to it's triple engine configuration. Wonder what a Zard will do to it:angel:

 

buy.. buy.. buy..

 

http://www.speedycom.co.uk/shop/images/P/NEWTIGERBIG%281%29.jpg

 

 

http://www.bikerszene.de/Motorradbilder/1207765/Triumph_Tiger_800_Arrow_Auspuff.jpg

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buy.. buy.. buy..

 

http://www.speedycom.co.uk/shop/images/P/NEWTIGERBIG%281%29.jpg

 

 

http://www.bikerszene.de/Motorradbilder/1207765/Triumph_Tiger_800_Arrow_Auspuff.jpg

 

WaLauweh Kmax... Don't poison me with all these lei!:angel:

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Triumph Tiger 800

 

Smoother than a twin and more characterful than a four and not forgetting that lovely whistly fruity soundtrack:thumb:

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This is coolz... wonder does the sound makes you orgas... Ooooooo

 

This is how it sounds like...

http://m.youtube.com/index?desktop_uri=%2F&gl=US#/watch?v=cjT8X6ZqzVg

Yamaha TZM 150

Suzuki DRZ 400

Honda CB 400

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Triumph Tiger 800

 

Smoother than a twin and more characterful than a four and not forgetting that lovely whistly fruity soundtrack:thumb:

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any bros selling their tiger can PM me =)

 

If i'm not wrong,there's only 4 Tiger800 otr now.1 being an XC.I doubt anyone would sell away this unique characterful bike as it's also rare to see 1 otr. Save up a little more and get a brand new 1 bro.U'll love it! Cheers!

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Suzuki DRZ 400

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Triumph Tiger 800

 

Smoother than a twin and more characterful than a four and not forgetting that lovely whistly fruity soundtrack:thumb:

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If i'm not wrong,there's only 4 Tiger800 otr now.1 being an XC.I doubt anyone would sell away this unique characterful bike as it's also rare to see 1 otr. Save up a little more and get a brand new 1 bro.U'll love it! Cheers!

 

1 XC I believe is a whitey.. With OEM panniers. Saw him riding out of Changi Airport Carpark about 1-2 weeks ago.

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1 XC I believe is a whitey.. With OEM panniers. Saw him riding out of Changi Airport Carpark about 1-2 weeks ago.

 

That's not an XC.What you saw was a roadie.It's me!:thumb:

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Suzuki DRZ 400

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Triumph Tiger 800

 

Smoother than a twin and more characterful than a four and not forgetting that lovely whistly fruity soundtrack:thumb:

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After riding for a solid 3 months plus, I finally realised where the cackling sound comes from whenever I close the throttle from high revs.It's courtesy of the catalytic converter mounted close to the engine.This means that the Tiger800 doesn't need to be fitted with a secondary air injection system as the exhaust scavenges itself and hence saving space and weight.It's not like the usual backfiring of exhaust.It sounded and felt mechanical.I call that character!:thumb:

I'm hoping to hear from other Tiger owners as I understand that there's already 4-5 otr now.

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Suzuki DRZ 400

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Triumph Tiger 800

 

Smoother than a twin and more characterful than a four and not forgetting that lovely whistly fruity soundtrack:thumb:

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hi joeboxer82is nice bike u have ... btw i go for the GS650 twin. hope to see u otr. cheers for your ride.

 

U mean e F650GS?If that's e bike u were referring to then it's another good choice for a mid size dual purpose bike.Testrode once before and being BMW,this bike has good handling prowess and a beautiful low down torque that makes the bike feels light(not that it's heavy).I think mine is e only bike currently with e OEM panniers.Honk me if u c me:angel:

Ride safe:bounce:

Yamaha TZM 150

Suzuki DRZ 400

Honda CB 400

Yamaha FZ 1

Yamaha TDM 900

Triumph Tiger 800

 

Smoother than a twin and more characterful than a four and not forgetting that lovely whistly fruity soundtrack:thumb:

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Need to know whether the Tiger 800xc tyres are the tubeless or with tube type.. The specs did not indicate anything at all..

Anyone knows? It will be great if it's the tubeless type..

 

e XC comes with 21inch spoked rims with tube, wider handlebars, 45mm forks compared to e 43mm on e road base model,220mm suspension travel compared to e 180mm on e road base model,piggy back shock,bar risers, handguards, radiator guard and maybe 1 more add ons but i forgot..

You interested in getting the XC?

Yamaha TZM 150

Suzuki DRZ 400

Honda CB 400

Yamaha FZ 1

Yamaha TDM 900

Triumph Tiger 800

 

Smoother than a twin and more characterful than a four and not forgetting that lovely whistly fruity soundtrack:thumb:

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e XC comes with 21inch spoked rims with tube, wider handlebars, 45mm forks compared to e 43mm on e road base model,220mm suspension travel compared to e 180mm on e road base model,piggy back shock,bar risers, handguards, radiator guard and maybe 1 more add ons but i forgot..

You interested in getting the XC?

 

Yeah interested in the XC.. but not in the tube type tyres.. can be troublesome if puntured.. It's also expensive if need to convert to tubeless type rims..

 

haizzz wait for the money tree to grow 1st before deciding... :cheeky:

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Yeah interested in the XC.. but not in the tube type tyres.. can be troublesome if puntured.. It's also expensive if need to convert to tubeless type rims..

 

haizzz wait for the money tree to grow 1st before deciding... :cheeky:

 

I wanted to get e XC initially but after realising that it's running on tube,i changed my mind and got e roadie instead... Be patient.Don't rush into buying.U never know i'll be selling mine if e Tiger 1200 comes out(if e rumours are true):angel:

Yamaha TZM 150

Suzuki DRZ 400

Honda CB 400

Yamaha FZ 1

Yamaha TDM 900

Triumph Tiger 800

 

Smoother than a twin and more characterful than a four and not forgetting that lovely whistly fruity soundtrack:thumb:

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U mean e F650GS?If that's e bike u were referring to then it's another good choice for a mid size dual purpose bike.Testrode once before and being BMW,this bike has good handling prowess and a beautiful low down torque that makes the bike feels light(not that it's heavy).I think mine is e only bike currently with e OEM panniers.Honk me if u c me:angel:

Ride safe:bounce:

 

yo bro my beauty is otr...Mine is Blue F650GS with the Vario Side Panniers. Lucky i collect it before the chinese 7th mths . Honk me if uc me too :cheeky:

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