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Old 10-10-2012, 12:09 AM   #14626
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Damn! Hope you're OK. Any major damage to the bike??
The deer cleaned out everything in front of the forks except the instrument pod and windshield. It was relatively simple to screw on the new plastic parts to make it whole again. Front tire, wheel, brakes and forks all survived without problems. It works perfectly.

I found excellent service from Triumph central warehouse. Parts were here in about three days. Also, they used ample thread locker at the factory. I was impressed.

Nine ribs and some road rash and six weeks of recoop and I'm good. 2k on the bike since rebuild. Lv it.
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Old 10-10-2012, 03:01 AM   #14627
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The deer cleaned out everything in front of the forks except the instrument pod and windshield. It was relatively simple to screw on the new plastic parts to make it whole again. Front tire, wheel, brakes and forks all survived without problems. It works perfectly.

I found excellent service from Triumph central warehouse. Parts were here in about three days. Also, they used ample thread locker at the factory. I was impressed.

Nine ribs and some road rash and six weeks of recoop and I'm good. 2k on the bike since rebuild. Lv it.
Excellent. Glad you're all fixed. Could have been a lot worse by the sound of it.
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Old 10-10-2012, 05:07 AM   #14628
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There is also one in the center of Kansas somewhere near Hutchinson… I've been there. It's where I learned that the Blackbird dates back to 1959, believe it or not.
The Kansas Cosmosphere is in Hutchinson....they have a Blackbird in the lobby.

http://www.cosmo.org/
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Old 10-10-2012, 05:22 AM   #14629
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Guys just about to buy one of these but can someone please tell me whats on the dash display ie
Clock
Gear position indicator
Temp guage

Does it have a trip computer like the 800GS

What are the service intervals is there a expensive service ie 10k

thanks guys the bike is 200 miles away they will deliver it friday if I say yes now !!
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Old 10-10-2012, 05:41 AM   #14630
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Guys just about to buy one of these but can someone please tell me whats on the dash display ie
Clock
Gear position indicator
Temp guage

Does it have a trip computer like the 800GS

What are the service intervals is there a expensive service ie 10k

thanks guys the bike is 200 miles away they will deliver it friday if I say yes now !!
PM me with your email, and I'll send you the Owner's Manual on PDF. That way, you can study it before your bike arrives.
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Old 10-10-2012, 05:56 AM   #14631
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Thanks mate pm sent with email address
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Old 10-11-2012, 02:10 AM   #14632
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Guys just about to buy one of these but can someone please tell me whats on the dash display ie
Clock
Gear position indicator
Temp guage

Does it have a trip computer like the 800GS

What are the service intervals is there a expensive service ie 10k

thanks guys the bike is 200 miles away they will deliver it friday if I say yes now !!
To paraphrase the old saying.....Just say yes. And welcome to the Tigers' cage on Friday.
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Old 10-11-2012, 07:19 AM   #14633
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Yup. It doesn't much matter what's on the dash...there's a bunch of shit...just get the bike, you'll love it.
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Old 10-11-2012, 03:06 PM   #14634
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Yup. It doesn't much matter what's on the dash...there's a bunch of shit...just get the bike, you'll love it.
I will admit, I wonder why they omitted an ambient temperature display. The sensor is part of the FI system, why not just throw a number up on the screen?

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Old 10-11-2012, 03:30 PM   #14635
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I will admit, I wonder why they omitted an ambient temperature display. The sensor is part of the FI system, why not just throw a number up on the screen?

-T
Good point, I would appreciate that indicator
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Old 10-11-2012, 05:08 PM   #14636
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I will admit, I wonder why they omitted an ambient temperature display. The sensor is part of the FI system, why not just throw a number up on the screen?

-T
Same with my 1050 and its lack of a gear indicator. I'm sure, there's a gear position sensor in the trans.
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Old 10-12-2012, 01:02 PM   #14637
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Handlebar Mount Size

Have a 2012 Tiger XC800 and want to order a handlebar mount for an accessory thermometer. Anyone know what size the handlebar is? (7/8 -1" or more than 1") Can't find any spec on this. Thinking it's more than 1".
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Old 10-12-2012, 02:23 PM   #14638
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Have a 2012 Tiger XC800 and want to order a handlebar mount for an accessory thermometer. Anyone know what size the handlebar is? (7/8 -1" or more than 1") Can't find any spec on this. Thinking it's more than 1".
They're tapered bars. 1-1/8" at the clamp, tapering to just under an inch. I dunno if standard 7/8" accy would fit the ends or not, and I'm not even sure if they're standard tapers like renthals or maguras and such. I have a hunch they are, they look just like the bars on my Husqvarna.

Accessory thermometer? Hmmm...I don't really want to know. If it's too cold or too hot I know it, don't really care what the exact degree is. It's not like riding in my car where I wanna know how hot or cold it is outside. Even then, I just roll the window down and stick my hand out.

You could fabricate a mount that goes under one of the bar mounts.
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Old 10-12-2012, 06:40 PM   #14639
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25K Triumph Tiger Review

A 25K rider review of the Tiger 800 XC http://socal-overlander.blogspot.com...5k-review.html.

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Old 10-12-2012, 10:21 PM   #14640
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A 25K rider review of the Tiger 800 XC http://socal-overlander.blogspot.com...5k-review.html.

Hey, that's my buddy Craig, he's local here in so-Cal. Rode with him once long before I got my Tiger. Yep, he loves his.
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