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Triumph Tiger

Welcome to the webBikeWorld Triumph Tiger page!  Information about Triumph Tiger parts, accessories, repair, maintenance and more! 

Much of this information is also available through other sources, but we figured our Tiger "hack" bike is an integral part of the webBikeWorld team and, as such, it deserves its own page! 

More:  2007 Triumph Tiger - Info and Specifications  |  wBW Motorcycle Maintenance and Repair Articles  |  Maintenance and Repair Article Index

Triumph Tiger Specifications:  The specs and data for the 2006 Tiger

Maintenance and Repair Articles:  Tiger chain adjustment  |  One of the nice things about the early Tigers is the ability to use both headlights on low beam; see the wBW technical article on installing a headlight modulator on the Tiger  |  Our Tiger has dual yellow headlight bulbs  |  Installing paint protection film on a Tiger  |  Garmin i5 GPS on a Tiger and a Tiger custom made GPS mount  |  Kettenmax Chain Cleaner on a Tiger  |  Triumph decals and adding a vintage Tiger decal to a Tiger!  |  Coming Soon - Tiger chain adjustment  |  Tiger rear brake lever positioning adjustment  |  See the wBW Repair Index and the Maintenance page for a complete listing

Triumph Tiger News:  Latest Triumph rumors apparently true; 2007 Tiger will have Supermoto styling, moving away from the Adventure-Tourer look; new aluminum frame, sportbike suspension, braced swingarm, upside-down forks, radial front brakes, 1050cc  |  Spy photos of the (claimed) 2007 Tiger

Triumph Tiger Owners, Clubs, Email lists and Resources:  A wBW page that has a listing of Triumph email lists and groups, with information on how to join One of the best Tiger resources is the Yahoo! Triumph Tiger list, with over 2,300 members and the Tiger Owners list with over 675 members!  These are active groups with plenty of help from Tiger owners  |  Also visit the Triumph Tiger website for "Everything About Tigers"; lots of discussion and help topics in the forum

Steamer vs. Girlie?:  What's that all about?  Just a lot of good fun between Tiger owners actually...  The "Steamer" refers to the early (Hinckley) Tigers, from 1995 to 1998.  The "Girlie" Tigers are the '99 and on bikes with the, shall we say, Rubenesque body configuration?  (Steamer owners know which one is best!)

Sealed Spoke Wheels:  Woody's Wheel Works will seal the Tiger's spoked wheels so they can run without tubes  |  See the wBW Motorcycle Wheels page for more information

Tiger Parts & Accessories:  It's not always easy to find pre-1999 (Steamer) parts and accessories  |  Don't forget the official Triumph parts and accessories; all can be ordered through your local Triumph dealer  |  Touratech has a bunch of Tiger accessories, including metal panniers, engine guards, footpegs, windscreens and more  |  Cee Bailey's Tiger (>1999) replacement windscreens are used by many Tiger owners  |  Adventurer's Workshop has Hepco Becker bags and engine guards for the Tiger  |  Many Tiger owners swear by the parts and accessories available at Thunderbike in New Zealand (they ship worldwide)

Triumph Tiger Exhaust

Tiger Exhaust Systems - Mufflers - Silencers:  Tiger ("Girlie") performance exhaust systems at Thunderbike are claimed to add 10bhp; they have videos and sound clips  |  More on the wBW Motorcycle Exhaust Systems page

Tiger Shock Absorbers:  Hagon UK has shocks for early 1990's Tiger "Steamers" and the later "Girlies"  |  Dave Quinn Motorcycles carries Hagon in the U.S.A.  |  Technoflex shocks are supposedly similar to Öhlins; search for "triumph" on the Technoflex website and then scroll through to page 4 to see the Tiger shocks  |  More shock absorber sources on the Motorcycle Accessories page    

Triumph Tiger Tools:  Hermy's Triumph eStore has the valve shim removal hold down tool and valve shims necessary for Thunderbird Sport valve adjustments;  see the wBW Technical Article on adjusting Triumph valves!

More Tigers:  2006 Triumph Tiger review by Motorcyclist Magazine (U.S.A.)

Triumph Tiger Seat

Tiger Tips:  Having problems getting your stock Triumph seat locked after it's been removed?  Line up the seat, place your elbow over the location of the seat and push.  If the seat pin is correctly lined up with the lock underneath, it should click right into place!

   
Triumph Tiger Took Kit

Tiger Tool Kit:  The standard tool kit for the Tiger as supplied by the factory includes hex wrenches (aka Allen wrenches) in sizes 12, 8, 6, 5, 4 and 3 mm; a 17mm and 8mm open end wrench; 17mm box wrench; cheater bar; spark plug wrench (which does not fit the spark plugs on my Tiger); and an el Cheapo screwdriver with a reversible Phillips and flat tip.

Motorcycle Books:  Check out the wBW Motorcycle Books and Reviews page for a listing of many motorcycle books, videos and reviews!  See the wBW review of the Illustrated Triumph Motorcycle Buyer's Guide 

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