This thread is for reference only. Please don't rant, or post how you have not had any problems. I'm happy yours is perfect. This thread is not for you. I want to make a thread for people to post what's wrong & what Triumph did to fix the problem. I got one of the first 2011 Tiger 800XC ABS. At about 2000 miles my XC would not start or idle w/out throttle. This happened after the new tune came out to solve stalling issues. My dealer could not figure out what was wrong because everytime I took it in, it would work perfect. After 5000 miles of having to turn the key on & off for 30 seconds until it would start & idle, they installed a new stepper motor. It's been perfect ever since. Next, my gear indicator sensor would not recognize neutral when it was cold. After riding for 5 minutes, it works fine. The second day of that, I got a check engine light. It's been 2 weeks & I'm still waiting on a new sensor. They have a new part # so it must be a known problem. The only other thing is my fault. I rode thru some thick sticky mud & the rear ABS ring got covered. This caused a check engine light for "speed sensor error". The ABS model uses the ABS as the speed sensor. I just had to clean the ABS ring & get the check engine light reset. I love my Tiger & plan to keep it forever. Update 6-8-12: I got a new Gear Indicator Sensor installed today. The dealer also did the recall for the shifter return spring. And the newest tune. My only complaint is that it took almost 8 weeks to get the new sensor. My Tiger had the check engine light on the whole 8 weeks.