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2002 Triumph Tiger
2002 Triumph Tiger

2002 Triumph Tiger
2002 Triumph Tiger

2002 Triumph Tiger
2002 Triumph Tiger

2002 Triumph Tiger
2002 Triumph Tiger

 

– 2002 Triumph Tiger

Triumph Tiger

Uprated last year with the new generation 995cc 955cc engine, the Tiger remains a commanding proposition for both dominating urban traffic or devouring huge distance in total comfort. Designed for tarmac rather than an off-road environment, the Tiger’s long travel suspension can soak up the worst of the most demanding terrain.

With 104bhp on tap from the gutsy 995cc 955cc three-cylinder powerplant, the Tiger’s versatile chassis, long haul ergonomics (the seat can be adjusted to suit individual riders), captivating performance and rugged good looks keep it right at the top of the inter-continental trail bike tree. No other bike in the class produces as much power and few others can boast as striking looks as the Tiger. The Tiger engine produces a peak torque figure of 97N.m (72ft.lb) at 6200rpm, allowing the rider to use this prodigious pulling power to make even the longest trips feel relaxed and unhurried.

As well as its robust chassis and powerful twin front disc brakes and single rear, the Tiger boasts penetrating night vision from its powerful twin headlights allowing a rider to maintain high average speeds night or day. And with a frame-mounted fairing keeping wind blast at bay and a vast 24-litre (5.3 gallon) tank to minimise fuel stops, the Tiger makes light of the longest distances. And withWith optional custom-fit hard luggage, loading and unloading after a long trip is easier than ever.

Key Changes:
– None

Colour Options:
– Jet Black
– Roulette Green

Accessories:
Integrated Alarm
– two circuit immobilisation
– ‘fail-safe’ engine immobilisation
– ‘hot-wire’ detection circuit
– internal rechargeable battery
– current draw of less than 5 mA
– Thatcham MC1 approved
– Higher screen (Tinted)
– 4.5 mm ‘Lexan’ (Polycarbonate) screen
– designed for high mileage touring capabilities
– increased wind protection for rider & pillion
– Two box colour co-ordinated panniers
– right hand pannier scalloped around exhaust to reduce overall width
– integrated stylish design
– slim line design
– Colour co-ordinated Top Box
– 45 litres capacity
– holds two full face helmets
– direct mounting to rack
– Tank Bag
– 8 litres expandable to 16 litres
– removable map pocket
– integral water resistant cover
– shoulder strap
– separate harness
– Heated Grips
– Optimate Battery Charger Adapter
– Aftermarket Silencer
– Front Mudguard Extension Kit
– Rear Mudguard Extension Kit
– Colour Co-ordinated Sports Screen
– Centre Stand

TIGER SPECIFICATION

ENGINE
Type Liquid-cooled, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder
Capacity 955cc
Bore/Stroke 79 x 65mm
Compression Ratio 11.65:1
Fuel System Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection
Ignition Digital – inductive type – via electronic engine management system

TRANSMISSION
Primary Drive Gear
Final Drive X ring chain
Clutch Wet, multi-plate
Gearbox 6-speed

CYCLE PARTS
Frame Tubular steel perimeter
Swingarm Twin-sided, aluminium alloy with eccentric chain adjuster
Wheels FrontRear 36 spoke, 19 x 2.5in40 spoke, 17 x 4.25in
Tyres FrontRear 110/80 H 19150/70 H 17
Suspension FrontRear 43mm forks with triple rate springsMonoshock with remotely adjustable pre-load and rebound damping
Brakes FrontRear Twin 310mm discs, 2 piston calipersSingle 285mm disc, 2 piston caliper

DIMENSIONS
Length 2175mm (85.6in)
Width (handlebars) 860mm (33.8in)
0Height 1345mm (52.9in)
Seat Height 840 – 860mm (33.1 – 33.8in)
Wheelbase 1515mm (59.6in)
Rake / Trail 28º/ 92mm
Weight (Dry) 215kg (474lb)
Fuel Tank Capacity 24 litres (6.3 gal US)

PERFORMANCE
(Measured at crankshaft to DIN 70020)
Maximum Power 105PS (104bhp) at 9,500 rpm
Maximum Torque 92Nm (67ft.lbf) at 4,400 rpm

COLOURS
Jet Black, Roulette Green

WARRANTY
2 years, unlimited mileage

SERVICE INTERVALS
6000 miles or one year, whichever comes first

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