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If you know of a specific part that can be used on a Tiger, please be so kind as to let us all in on the secret.

Please post the brand and part number, and its application.

For example, since my nearest Triumph dealer is a two-hour ride away....

The oil filter currently on my '05 Girly is for a late-model Honda GL1800 Goldwing...  Honda part # 15410-MCJ-000

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OIL FILTERS

Links to a lot of good info about motorcycle oil filters, and automotive filters that can be cross-referenced to motorcycle applications...

http://www.calsci.com/motorcycleinfo/FilterXRef.html

http://www.calsci.com/motorcycleinfo/Co ... OilFilters

K & N oil filters have a handy 17mm nut welded to the end of their filters, allowing one to remove the filter from the recessed confines of
the Tiger sump without having to buy a special oil filter tool. 

Steamers don't use spin-on oil filters, but a replaceable internal element.  The part number for K & N oil filters for carbureted 885 engines is KN-192. 
Fram CH6012 from Wal Mart and most auto part stores  ...even Amazon.com

Fuel-injected 885i and 955i's need a spin-on KN-204. 

I have heard of folks using a KN-191, but its diameter is 71mm, a bit bigger than the KN-204's 68mm.  The 191 may or may not fit up into the sump.  It's pretty tight up in there.

Roadies use a spin-on KN-204

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Also:

Quote from: flux
Just a heads up to save anyone doing some searching... I just bought and installed a WalMart SuperTech ST6607 oil filter on my '02.  It was less than $3.  They sell Mobil 1 Racing 4T full synth oil there as well.

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FUEL FILTERS

Quote from: "tigerdown"
Don't buy a fuel filter from your local Triumph dealer,as they will charge £35  :shock:  Instead get the filter as fitted to the BMW oilheads or
K series they're all the same, I used mahle KL145 cost £9 Exactly the same filter :D

And...

Quote from: "Tom Herold"
You can also use a Purolator F20011 fuel filter to replace your stock Triumph one. Same size, same fittings, good all the way around.  They're a high quality unit and can be found at your local parts store for around $6.  I've been running one in the Sprint for about 6k miles.

Also...

Quote from: "GWL"
I have just bought a Ducati fuel filter for my Tiger. I know people sometimes use BMW filters but wasn't sure if anyone knew about the Ducati ones as well.It only cost £9.00 whereas the Triumph one was £24.00. Whats even better is that I got it from my Triumph dealer!!  (who also happens to be a Ducati dealer too). everyone will probabaly say "yeah we knew that, its old news" but just in case you didn't I thought I'd share it with you. :D  Part # 42540041B. Exactly same size and shape as Triumph one.

perhaps I'll start to ride like Nicky Hayden now! :ImaPoser

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BRAKE PADS

PDF download of EBC's motorcycle catalog...
http://www.cyclebrakes.com/EBC-2007usamc.pdf

Here are part numbers for EBC brake pads for Tigers, available at any motorcycle dealer.  I order mine from the Ducati shop just down the road...


Steamers:
Front Left, VIN up to 71698 (organic pads)  FA 214
Front Left, VIN up to 71698 (sintered metallic pads)  FA 214 HH

Front Right, VIN up to 71698 (organic)  FA 215
Front Right, VIN up to 71698 (metallic)  FA 215 HH

Front, VIN 71699+ (organic)  FA 196
Front, VIN 71699+ (metallic)  FA 196 HH

Rear (organic)                               FA 215/2
Rear (metallic)                               FA 215/2 HH


Girlies, wire spoke wheels:
Front (organic pads)                       FA 196
Front (sintered metallic pads)          FA 196 HH

Rear (organic)                                FA 196
Rear (metallic)                               FA 196 HH


Girlies, cast wheels:
Front (organic pads)                       FA 196
Front (sintered metallic pads)          FA 196 HH

Rear (organic)                               FA 215/2
Rear (metallic)                               FA 215/2 HH


Roadies, 2007+
Front (sintered metallic pads)  FA 347 HH
Rear (metallic)  FA 214/2 HH

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BRAKE PARTS Pistons and seals

http://www.triumphparts.gbr.cc/10440/in ... &cat=34955

http://www.triumph-online.co.uk/brake-c ... -467-c.asp

BRAKE ROTORS

EBC brake parts can be ordered from any motorcycle dealer.

PDF download for EBC's motorcycle catalog...
http://www.cyclebrakes.com/EBC-2007usamc.pdf

Cutting to the chase...

Steamers:
Front Left  MD 644 LS
Front Right  MD 644 RS

Rear  MD 645


Girlies, wire spoke wheels:
Front Left  MD 649 LS
Front Right  MD 649 RS

Rear  MD 643

Girlies, Cast Wheels:
Front Left  MD 676 LS
Front Right  MD 676 RS

Rear  MD 677


Roadies, 2007+
Front Left  MD 679 LS
Front Right  MD 679 RS

Rear  MD 663

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CHAIN AND SPROCKETS

Galfer makes pads and rotors for all makes as well.

DID makes our chain in a 530VM Xring design.

My sprogs came from JT, but I think AFAM makes them, too.  :icon_wink:
From parts unknown.

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Quote from: JetdocX
Galfer makes pads and rotors for all makes as well.

DID makes our chain in a 530VM Xring design.

My sprogs came from JT, but I think AFAM makes them, too.  :icon_wink:

114 links, if I recall.



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CHAIN AND SPROCKETS



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Quote from: Stretch
Quote from: JetdocX
Galfer makes pads and rotors for all makes as well.

DID makes our chain in a 530VM Xring design.

My sprogs came from JT, but I think AFAM makes them, too.  :icon_wink:

114 links, if I recall.

I wasn't able to buy a 114 link chain.  I had to cut a 120 link one.  And buy the rivet tool for $90.  :icon_evil:
From parts unknown.

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Save the extra bits.  Eighteen chain changes from now you can piece them all together for a free chain!  :mrgreen:

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HANDGUARDS

Fano, myself, and a few others use handguards from a BMW R1150GS... part # 71-60-7-652-330





Also, Touratech makes and sells these nifty spoilers that are made especially for the R1150GS factory handguards, increasing the
frontal area (and the level of protection)...

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BRAKE CALIPERS

Quote from: "aebbern"
Found what I needed... scored a front caliper off a Buell Blast on EBay (it's a direct bolt-on for my Tiger)
and another one off a Bonneville from the RAT list.


Aebbern's bike is a 2002, but judging from the brake pad part numbers listed above, these calipers should work on the
front of Steamers (VIN 71699 and above) and all 1999-2006 Tigers, and the rear caliper for 1999-2004 Tigers (wire spoke wheels).

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WHEELS

The only non-Tiger wheels I've heard of that will work on a Tiger are Dymag wheels.  They are not available in 19-inch
sizes for the front, and TigerTriple members have reported that they only fit on 1999-2004 Tigers, replacing wire spoke wheels.



http://www.dymag.com/index2_e.html

If anybody knows of other wheels that will work, please let me know and I'll post it here.

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TOOLS

Valve shim removal tool.

http://www.knlcycle.com

Our own Mustang builds these jewels, and sells them himself for significantly less than the price of the Triumph® item.  Attaboy!





Valve Clearance Worksheet

He also made up a handy worksheet to help keep track of your valve clearances while you're checking...

http://knlcycle.homelinux.com/




Fuel Injection Mapping

http://www.tuneboy.com.au/index.htm

Some Tiger owners have successfully used the Tuneboy system to program their own fuel injection maps, instead of paying a dealer
 to do it with their Triumph® computer.

The advantage is that the Tuneboy can have several different maps loaded into it, so a Tiger owner can quickly download the map that
best suits his intended purpose (racing, economy, etc), or even build his own custom maps.

It's about the size of a Gameboy® computer game system and comes with a USB cable for downloading programs from the Tuneboy to the
bike.  There are anti-piracy features built in to the system, preventing somebody from buying a Tuneboy and then charging people to program
 their bikes.  Read the Tuneboy web page for details.

529 Australian dollars, about $475 US



Triumph Parts Fiche on CDRom

http://www.fiche-man.com/triumph/triumph.htm


955i Shop Manual

There may very well be some copyright issues with this one, just letting you know it's available.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Triumph- ... dZViewItem


Remote Tank Hose Extensions

http://tigertriple.com/forum/index.php/topic,6321

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FUEL TANK FITTINGS

The plastic fuel tank fittings on earlier Girly models were prone to splitting and cracking, spraying gasoline (petrol  :mrgreen:  ) all over the engine and
electrics.

This was the subject of a factory recall, and by now most bikes have been retrofitted with the newer style fittings.

But even the replacement Triumph® fittings are part plastic.

Team Triumph of Wisconsin (USA) is marketing their own set of replacement all-metal fuel fittings...


Click Here:  http://www.rideteamtriumph.com/tiger.htm

Their web site isn't set up for on-line shopping.  You'll have to call toll-free 1-877-869-6910 and place your order over the telephone.

These won't work on later 955's with the non-return fuel system.  Pull the small black side cover from the left side of your bike, and look at the gold-colored metal plate bolted to the side of the gas tank.  If it has two fuel fittings side-by-side, the Team Triumph fittings will work.  If you have one fuel fitting coming out of the metal plate, bent down, these won't work.