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Talk => Speaking Of Bikes... => Topic started by: Stretch on January 14, 2008, 02:35:05 PM

Title: Tiger Parts Cross-Reference Guide
Post by: Stretch on January 14, 2008, 02:35:05 PM
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
Title: oil filters
Post by: Stretch on January 14, 2008, 02:35:58 PM
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/FilterXRef.html)

http://www.calsci.com/motorcycleinfo/Co ... OilFilters (http://www.calsci.com/motorcycleinfo/Consumables.html#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

(add a C to the spin-on part number if you want it chromed)   <!-- s:mrgreen: -->:mrgreen:<!-- s:mrgreen: -->

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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Post by: Stretch on January 14, 2008, 02:45:48 PM
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
Title: Brake Pads
Post by: Stretch on January 14, 2008, 03:12:59 PM
BRAKE PADS

PDF download of EBC's motorcycle catalog...
http://www.cyclebrakes.com/EBC-2007usamc.pdf (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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Post by: Stretch on January 14, 2008, 04:02:20 PM
BRAKE PARTS Pistons and seals

http://www.triumphparts.gbr.cc/10440/in ... &cat=34955 (http://www.triumphparts.gbr.cc/10440/info.php?p=2&cat=34955)

http://www.triumph-online.co.uk/brake-c ... -467-c.asp (http://www.triumph-online.co.uk/brake-caliper-kits-mcyl-kits-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 (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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Post by: JetdocX on January 14, 2008, 05:28:38 PM
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:
Title: (no subject)
Post by: Stretch on January 14, 2008, 05:41:30 PM
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.



JT Sprockets...  <!-- m -->http://www.jtsprockets.com/40.0.html (http://www.jtsprockets.com/40.0.html)<!-- m -->
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Post by: fano on January 14, 2008, 06:15:04 PM
CHAIN AND SPROCKETS

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Post by: JetdocX on January 14, 2008, 07:07:48 PM
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:
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Post by: Stretch on January 14, 2008, 07:10:53 PM
Save the extra bits.  Eighteen chain changes from now you can piece them all together for a free chain!  :mrgreen:
Title: (no subject)
Post by: Stretch on January 14, 2008, 07:43:25 PM
HANDGUARDS

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

(http://i113.photobucket.com/albums/n223/fano1/IMG_3404.jpg)



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)...
(http://www.touratech-usa.com/media/SgqQku/01-040-1701-01-lg.jpg?size=prodfull)
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Post by: Stretch on January 14, 2008, 07:50:59 PM
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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Post by: Stretch on January 14, 2008, 08:17:01 PM
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/New%20Bike%20Images%202005/5%20SPOKE%20CAST%20MAG/LOW%20RES%205_10K/5%20SPOKE%20CAST%20MAG%20DOUBLE%20A.jpg)

http://www.dymag.com/index2_e.html (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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Post by: Stretch on January 14, 2008, 09:45:09 PM
TOOLS

Valve shim removal tool.

http://www.knlcycle.com (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!

(http://knlcycle.homelinux.com/images/P3250015.jpg)



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/ (http://knlcycle.homelinux.com/)




Fuel Injection Mapping

http://www.tuneboy.com.au/index.htm (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 (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 (http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Triumph-Tiger-955-2006-06-SERVICE-MANUAL-PAPER_W0QQitemZ320190360808QQihZ011QQcategoryZ34240QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem)


Remote Tank Hose Extensions

http://tigertriple.com/forum/index.php/topic,6321 (http://tigertriple.com/forum/index.php/topic,6321)
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Post by: Stretch on January 14, 2008, 10:15:19 PM
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...
(http://www.rideteamtriumph.com/images/TTFKD-1.jpg)

Click Here:  http://www.rideteamtriumph.com/tiger.htm (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.
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Post by: McGuiver on January 14, 2008, 10:56:18 PM
AIR FILTERS

Everyone probably knows this, but the K&N air-filter is cheaper than the Triumph one, and is re-useable for life. Just sayin..........

*Edited to add...

Steamers:  TB-9091

Girlies:  TB-9097
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Post by: Stretch on January 15, 2008, 12:37:06 AM
VALVE SHIMS

Triumph water-cooled triples and four-cylinder engines use 25mm valve shims, as do many Honda and Yamaha engines...

http://www.sudco.com/25valveshims.html (http://www.sudco.com/25valveshims.html)
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Post by: Stretch on January 15, 2008, 01:14:17 AM
SPARK PLUGS

Factory plugs are NGK DPR 8EA-9 , also fitted to these bikes...

(DPR 8EIX-9 is the Irridium replacement)

Ducati 750 Super Sport 1991-1993
Honda CB 450 1983-1986
Honda CB 550 1983-1983
Honda CB 650 SC 1983-1985
Honda CB 700 1984-1986
Honda CB 750 1991-2002
Honda CBR 600 F Hurricane 1987-1990
Honda CM450 1983-1983
Honda CMX450 C REBEL 1986-1987
Honda CX500 1982-1982
Honda CX650 C 1983-1983
Honda GB500 1989-1990
Honda GL 1100 1992-1993
Honda GL 1200 1984-1987
Honda GL 650 1983-1983
Honda NT650 1988-1991
Honda NX650 1988-1989
Honda VF 1000 1984-1984
Honda VF 1100 C 1983-1986
Honda VF 1100 S 1984-1985
Honda VF 500 1984-1985
Honda VF 700 C 1984-1987
Honda VF 700 F 1984-1985
Honda VF 700 S 1984-1985
Honda VF 750 C 1982-1983
Honda VF 750 C 1988-1988
Honda VF 750 CD 1998-2000
Honda VF 750 F 1983-1984
Honda VF 750 S 1982-1983
Honda VT 500 1983-1984
Honda VT 500 1983-1986
Honda VT 600 C 1988-1997
Honda VT 600 C 1999-2007
Honda VT 600 CD 1993-2006
Honda VT 600 CD 2006-2007
Honda VT 600 CD2 1999-2000
Honda VT 750 C 1983-1983
Honda VT 750 C 1998-2003
Honda VT 750 CD 1998-2003
Honda VT 750 CD2 2000-2001
Honda VT 750 DCA 2007-2007
Honda VT 750 DCB 2007-2007
Honda VTR250 1988-1988
Honda XL350 R 1984-1985
Honda XL600 R 1983-1987
Honda XL600 V 1989-1990
Honda XR350 R 1983-1985
Honda XR500 R 1983-1984
Honda XR600 R 1985-2000
Honda XR650 L 1993-2007
Kawasaki KL600 1985-1986
Kawasaki KL650 1987-2005
Kawasaki KL650 1990-1990
Kawasaki KLX650 A 1993-1995
Kawasaki KLX650 A 1997-2007
Kawasaki KLX650 C 1993-1996
Kawasaki KLX650 D 1996-1996
Kawasaki KLX650 R 1996-1996
Kawasaki VN1500 A 1990-1990
Kawasaki VN1500 B 1990-1990
Kawasaki ZG1200 1986-1986
Kawasaki ZG1200 1987-2003
Suzuki Boulevard S40 2005-2005
Suzuki Boulevard S50 2005-2005
Suzuki Boulevard S83 2005-2005
Suzuki GS500 1989-2002
Suzuki GS500 2004-2007
Suzuki LS650 S40 2007-2007
Suzuki LS650 Savage 1986-1987
Suzuki LS650 Savage 1986-2005
Suzuki VS1400 1987-1988
Suzuki VS1400 1991-1995
Suzuki VS1400 1996-2007
Suzuki VS700 1985-1987
Suzuki VS750 1988-1991
Suzuki VS800 1992-2007
Suzuki VX800 1990-1993
Triumph Adventurer Cruiser 900 1996-2001
Triumph America 2002-2003
Triumph Bonneville 2001-2003
Triumph Daytona 1200 1993-1997
Triumph Daytona 1200 1999-1999
Triumph Daytona 595 1997-1998
Triumph Daytona 900 1993-1996
Triumph Daytona 955i 1999-2001
Triumph Legend 1999-2001
Triumph Speed Triple 1994-1996
Triumph Speed Triple 1997-1999
Triumph Speed Triple 955 1998-2001
Triumph Speedster 2003-2003
Triumph Sprint 900 1993-1997
Triumph Sprint RS 1999-2004
Triumph Sprint ST 1999-2004
Triumph Thunderbird 1995-2001
Triumph Thunderbird 1998-2003
Triumph Tiger 900 1993-1999
Triumph Tiger 900 1995-2004
Triumph Tiger 955 2001-2004
Triumph Trident 750 1995-1998
Triumph Trident 900 1991-1998
Triumph Trophy 1200 1991-2003
Triumph Trophy 900 1991-2001
Yamaha FJ1100 1984-1993
Yamaha FJ1200 1986-1993
Yamaha FZ700 1987-1987
Yamaha FZ750 1985-1988
Yamaha FZR 1000 1987-1996
Yamaha FZR 750 1987-1988
Yamaha FZX 700 1986-1986
Yamaha FZX 700 1986-1987
Yamaha SRX600 1986-1986
Yamaha TT600 1986-1986
Yamaha VMX12 1985-2007
Yamaha XC200 1986-1986
Yamaha XT600 1984-1993
Yamaha XT600 1992-1997
Yamaha XV19 ROADLINER 2006-2007
Yamaha XV19 STRATOLINE 2006-2007
Yamaha XVZ12 1983-1985
Yamaha XVZ13 1986-1993
Yamaha XVZ13 ROYAL STAR 2004-2004
Yamaha XVZ13 ROYAL STAR MIDNIGHT VENTURE 2005-2007
Yamaha XVZ13 ROYAL STAR TOUR DELUXE 2005-2006
Yamaha XVZ13 ROYAL STAR VENTURE 1999-2006
Yamaha XVZ13 VENTURE ROYALE 1987-1988
Yamaha XVZ13 VENTURE ROYALE 1991-1991
Yamaha XVZ13 VENTURE ROYALE 2007-2007
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Post by: RT on January 15, 2008, 01:41:06 AM
OIL FILTERS

The Bosch 3300 is an exact replacement for the Triumph filter and will fit the 2006.

Purolator Pure 1 P/N PL14612    *use this on my 06
Mobil 1 P/N M1-108
WalMart SuperTech P/N ST6607
NAPA Gold P/N 1365
AC Delco P/N PF1237
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Post by: Stretch on January 15, 2008, 01:53:29 AM
WHEEL BEARINGS

Bearing numbers are standardized throughout the industry.  A local bearing supplier can sell you the exact same bearing for
a fraction of a motorcycle dealer's price.  

1992-1998 Steamers, and 1999-2004 Spoke-Wheel Girlies
Front Wheel Bearings (2):  6303 DU
Rear Wheel Bearings:  6204 DU , 6304 DU (one of each)
Sprocket Carrier Bearing (1):  6305 DU


'05-'06 Cast Wheels
Front Wheel Bearings (2): 6303 DU
Rear Wheel Bearings (2):  6204 DU
Sprocket Carrier bearing (1):  6205 DU


DU meaning a seal on both sides of the bearing.  The designation 2RS is also used.  Regardless, make sure there are seals on both sides
of your aftermarket bearings.
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Post by: Stretch on January 15, 2008, 02:16:13 AM
STEERING HEAD BEARINGS

Quote from: "Green Geck0"
Okay here is what I have:



Top Bearing

(http://www.mototrek.com/images/bearings/tigerbearings001.jpg)

The one on the left is the old one:

NSK 6205DU England 416

The one on the right is the new one:

NSK 6205DU Poland 251



Bottom Bearing

(http://www.mototrek.com/images/bearings/tigerbearings006.jpg)

The numbers on the old & the new are the same:

HI-CAP 32006JR JAPAN KOYO



and this is what your Tiger looks like after 60 minutes of wrenching....

(http://www.mototrek.com/images/bearings/tigerbearings007.jpg)



Hope this helps!!



Curtis Ross

Calgary, Alberta

Quote from: "Blacktiger"
When I did mine I managed to get the taper roller from a bearing supplier but had to go to Triumph for the top ball race. I think I remember the bearing supplier saying that the top bearing was a Triumph specific part (because of the circlip) which they couldn't order. Triumph pt # T3800055.

Quote from: "blacktiger"
I got my replacements at a local bearing supplier. The numbers are :-
Top = 6205DDUNR
Bottom = 32006JRRS Which comes with the seal attached.
Hardest thing was getting the lower bearing off the steering stem.
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Post by: JetdocX on January 15, 2008, 03:37:14 AM
IGNITION COILS

Don't forget direct replacement coils for the stock Gill POS':

http://www.nologyhotwires.com/

Quite a bit cheaper than stock, BTW. :wink:
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Post by: Advwannabe on January 15, 2008, 06:26:23 AM
Cheers Stretch,

Exactly what I'd hoped for.
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Post by: Stretch on January 15, 2008, 06:49:40 AM
Thanks.  My Google-Fu is strong today.

(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v638/Stretch67/google-fu.jpg)
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Post by: abruzzi on January 15, 2008, 05:35:59 PM
OIL FILTERS

Quote from: "RT"
The Bosch 3300 is an exact replacement for the Triumph filter and will fit the 2006.

Purolator Pure 1 P/N PL14612    *use this on my 06
Mobil 1 P/N M1-108
WalMart SuperTech P/N ST6607
NAPA Gold P/N 1365
AC Delco P/N PF1237


I'd recommend the Purolator Pure 1.  Several sources have taken them apart and found significantly more filter area than other brands.  The stock size is: PL14612, but if you have a skid plate or don't go off road, you can get the PL14610 which is an inch longer.

There is also a ~$100 replaceable element filter, but I cant find the link right now.

Geof
Title: oil filter for my `99 Girly
Post by: RickV on January 17, 2008, 03:13:38 AM
OIL FILTERS

Wix 51358 at O'Reiley's.  About $14 (if I remember right).
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Post by: fano on January 26, 2008, 10:56:10 PM
GEAR SHIFTER

I remembered EagleFeather got some after market shifter for his Tiger. This is what he sent me:


Nice Memory - yea it was me.

it was a Sunline dirtbike shifter from a yz/wr450. it was the right length and had the right curve profile to work without any modifications. I love it.

Here are the pics;

(http://eaglefeather.smugmug.com/photos/149228904-L.jpg)

(http://eaglefeather.smugmug.com/photos/149229076-L.jpg)


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Edit from Stretch... Here's another option, courtesy of Mittens...  http://tigertriple.com/forum/index.php/topic,6275 (http://tigertriple.com/forum/index.php/topic,6275)


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Post by: fano on January 26, 2008, 11:19:50 PM
TURN SIGNALS

Same turn signals as on the Buell Ulysses - but with smoke lenses   :wave
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Post by: blacktiger on January 29, 2008, 04:10:35 PM
Quote from: "Stretch"
SPARK PLUGS

Factory plugs are NGK #DPR8EIX-9, also fitted to these bikes...



Actually the standard plug is an NGK DPR 8EA-9

The DPR 8EIX-9 is the Irridium replacement.

List of bike doesn't change.
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Post by: Stretch on January 29, 2008, 10:59:12 PM
Thanks.  I'll edit my post.
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Post by: TigerTrax on February 02, 2008, 11:30:23 PM
Just a note..
When I bought my '98 Steamer...USED..
I thought... service on this will be a nightmare!

But I did get a little wise....
On the BIG Triumph Tiger board... I started printing off all the
'how too' and part numbers stuff; 3-hole punching it and placed it in a
3-ring binder categorized by 'area'  ( suspension, brakes, chain, electric, etc).

After 4 years I had a very nice library of information. When I sold my bike... I sold that binder for a reasonable price and I am certain that whoever has it now has added to it. It was better than the Triumph manual!

Trax
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Post by: Dr. Mordo on February 20, 2008, 01:46:08 AM
MIRRORS

Today I found some mirrors at my local shop that were $13 each and fit perfectly.  Round mirrors though, which to me don't look as cool as the rectangular ones.

BikeMaster Part No: 60-0040

The dude at the shop said they were a "standard 10mm thread".

(http://www.streetbikerider.com/i-products/bikemaster/bikemaster-mirror-round.jpg)

Edited to include photo.  -Stretch
Title: 17" Wheels
Post by: Chris Canning on February 24, 2008, 01:15:44 PM
17-inch Wire-Spoke Wheels

For anyone who can't or won't spend Dymag money this company will lace 17" rims on your Tiger hubs,i had a pair done by them some years back and they worked fine,just wanted less hassle(i never had any) with tubeless wheels.

http://www.central-wheel.co.uk/ (http://www.central-wheel.co.uk/)
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Post by: Mustang on February 24, 2008, 03:33:56 PM
Dr. Mordo
those mirrors look like an a pretty close match /  replacement for steamer mirrors
Title: steamer wheeel bearings
Post by: Mustang on February 24, 2008, 03:41:08 PM
1993-1998 Tiger rear wheel bearings

You need 1 of each bearing # and they can be purchased from McMaster Carr or just about any electric motor repair house

The bearing #'s are : 6204 rs , 6304 rs , 6305 rs
the rs simply means sealed bearing  .
the diff in price is extreme
Triumph gets about $30 a bearing
McMaster Carr $30 will buy all three
the McMaster Carr p/n's are
5972k45  $7.72    same as 6204 rs
5972k56   $12.03   same as 6304 rs
5972k57   $12.87    same as 6305 rs
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Post by: John Stenhouse on March 03, 2008, 11:11:01 PM
Front Brake Pads, Girly Wire-Spoke Wheels

Tiger 885i brake pads are also as fitted to Honda 750 Shadows.

Found that out in France, not as many Triumph dealers as Honda ones!



I believe those will also work on... Steamers,  Front, VIN 71699+; Front and Rear All Wire-Spoke Girlies; and the Fronts of Cast-Wheel Girlies as well...    -Stretch
Title:
Post by: TigerTrax on March 08, 2008, 02:49:47 PM
Just a note...

I recently purchased one of the 955i service manuals off E-bay listed as Speed Wrench.

This is a very nice manual. It is the Triumph manual with some additional
info. What I like about it.... nice vinyl flexible covers.

At $29 delivered it's a bargain.
Title:
Post by: paulie on March 08, 2008, 06:27:10 PM
Quote from: "TigerTrax"
Just a note...

I recently purchased one of the 955i service manuals off E-bay listed as Speed Wrench.

This is a very nice manual. It is the Triumph manual with some additional
info. What I like about it.... nice vinyl flexible covers.

At $29 delivered it's a bargain.


I'd be interested in taking a look.. Any more for sale? A quick search didn't reveal any manuals other than the Haynes.
Title:
Post by: TigerTrax on March 09, 2008, 04:10:39 AM
Here is the link:  30 manuals available.... you just buy them.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayI ... 0225344433 (http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ih=011&category=34240&sspagename=STORE%3APROMOBOX%3ANEWLIST&viewitem=&item=320225344433)

Sunday March 9 is last day for $19 sale
Title: O rings for steamer Mikuni Carbs (floats)
Post by: Mustang on March 31, 2008, 11:20:28 AM
O rings for steamer Mikuni Carbs (floats)

The part numbers are 9263K121 for the small size and 9263K137 for the large at good ole WWW.mcmastercarr.com (http://WWW.mcmastercarr.com)
Title: EBC BRAKE ROTORS for 2006 Tiger
Post by: TigerTrax on April 23, 2008, 09:49:09 PM
Here are the numbers for 2006 Triumph Tiger Front Rotors:

EBC:  Right  MD646RS  519-8004-001  about $193 Bike Bandit

         Left:   MD666LS   4085649-001   about $194 Bike Bandit
**You probably will NOT find 2006 Triumph Tiger on many 'lists' you see on the web. You have to contact them and let them find it from the mfr.


OEM: P/N  T202330     $358 for set of front rotors that are known to warp.

EBC - Stealth Products - OEM are the only ones I have found with rotors for a 2006 Tiger.
Title: radiator cap
Post by: Stretch on June 10, 2008, 01:27:26 PM
**** DISCLAIMER NOTE****
These auto caps should only be used in emergency situations as they are NOT the same as the Triumph OEM cap
see pic

(http://www.tigertriple.com/forum/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=7022.0;attach=7021;image)
back to your regular programming
********edited by mustang  *************

Here's a cap that fits and works
<CLICK HERE> (http://www.tigertriple.com/forum/index.php/topic,12447.0/topicseen.html#msg91362)

Radiator Cap

The Triumph caps are prone to weakening before their time, allowing vapor and coolant to escape, resulting in an overly hot Tiger.

The Triumph caps are $19 at a dealer, IF they have one in stock.

ArizonaKid discovered that a Stant 10227 radiator cap, a replacement for 80's Toyotas (as well as 1988-91 Honda Civic), is a perfect fit for a Tiger, available at auto parts stores 'round the world.  About $7.

(http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41WRnxRO4jL._SL500_AA280_.jpg)


Edit for a new development:

Quote from: walker

The stant 10227 (replaced by the newer 11227) is only a 13 psi cap. A good replacement might be the 11233 - it's 16 PSI, which is right at the 1.1 BAR that triumph specifies.

Same dimensions, just a different main spring.

To add...

Quote from: flux

FYI:
This cap fits these cars:

ACURA   (1989 - 2005)
CHEVROLET   (1985 - 1988)
CHRYSLER   (1995 - 1999)
DODGE   (1995 - 1999)
EAGLE   (1995 - 1998)
FORD   (1989 - 2009)
GEO   (1989 - 1993)
HONDA   (1990 - 2007)
HYUNDAI   (1998 - 2008)
INFINITI   (1997 - 2007)
ISUZU   (1985 - 2004)
KIA   (2001 - 2008)
LEXUS   (1992 - 2007)
MAZDA   (1993 - 2008)
MERCURY   (1989 - 2001)
MITSUBISHI   (1995 - 2008)
NISSAN   (1990 - 2008)
SUBARU   (1999 - 2008)
SUZUKI   (2004 - 2008)
TOYOTA   (1994 - 2008)
Title: Front wheel bearings
Post by: superfour on June 14, 2008, 09:51:13 PM
FRONT WHEEL BEARINGS

Replaced my front wheel bearings, 955 spoke wheel Girly.  For reference the size is 6303 with twin rubber seals.
Title:
Post by: Stretch on June 19, 2008, 12:52:46 AM
Coolant Expansion Tube Elbows

Quote from: "swamper650"
In conversation with a fellow local Tiger rider, discoverd his elbow failed while on the road in Murphy a year ago. I wanted to affect a permanent solution.  Have found a brass fitting to replace the failure prone 90 degree elbow in the Girly's coolant recovery. I was rooting around at my local Home Depot. In the plumbing section I discovered  a Qestpex 3/8 barbed brass elbow, part # 084169484406, priced at $1.59. Works a treat and will never fail.
Title: Shifter condom
Post by: the cyclops on July 25, 2008, 08:24:14 AM
Word is that the FZ1 shifter rubber will fit the Tiger Girly (+ others?).  I looked at one in the showroom the other day and it looked dead on.  Part number is 5EB-18113-00-00 and I have one on order.  Don't know how my got shreaded so bad in 5K miles.
*******It works (had to cut it down just a tad********
ordered from boats.net of all places.  Total of like $5 shipped
Title: (no subject)
Post by: Chris Canning on September 09, 2008, 09:40:35 AM
It's not cross reference,put i'll put on here,the rubber boots that goes over the rear brake switch has withered and split,when going to my local dealer,he checked on the parts fische and it doesn't exist!!!,when he phone the factory,they said ah yes it does but we don't like customers to fit them  :icon_sad: ,he ordered one came the next day, £1.12p  :icon_wink:
Title:
Post by: Stretch on September 11, 2008, 08:53:59 PM
955i ALTERNATOR STATOR

Quote from: "plasticrat"
have since found out that a g75 will fit at a fraction of the price of a genuine one saved 75% just had to shorten he wires & put genuine plug on


Thanks for the scoop.  :thumbsup

Some details:

http://www.electrexworld.co.uk/erol.htm ... oe%3DUTF-8 (http://www.electrexworld.co.uk/erol.html#1072x0&&http%3A%252F%252Fwww.google.com%252Fsearch%3Fclient%3Dsafari%26rls%3Den%26q%3Dg75+stator%26ie%3DUTF-8%26oe%3DUTF-8)

It appears that 955 Tigers share the same alternator as a Honda VFR-750F, Yamaha JZR600, and Yamaha YX600, (Stator Size 103/42/24mm).

And this...  http://www.bbbikeshop.co.uk/acatalog/Br ... s_140.html (http://www.bbbikeshop.co.uk/acatalog/Browse___Best___Buy_Kawasaki_Alternators_140.html)
... stating that a G75 stator also fits a Kawasaki ZX12R

And this...  http://roadstarclinic.com/component/opt ... /id,27179/ (http://roadstarclinic.com/component/option,com_fireboard/Itemid,187/func,view/catid,13/id,27179/)
...saying that a G175 for a Yamaha Road Star is a direct replacement for a G75.

Before all this came to light, I ordered my spare stator from ElectroSport...  http://www.electrosport.com/street/stators.php (http://www.electrosport.com/street/stators.php)


So... if you're out on the road and your 955i alternator shits the bed, you ought to be able to get your hands on a replacement through a dealer for the following bikes:



Also, aftermarket charging system parts (with a one-year replacement warranty) are available from Rick's Motorsport Electrics.  The website doesn't specifically list Triumph applications, but they do stock them.  Give them a call or e-mail...  http://www.ricksmotorsportelectrics.com/ (http://www.ricksmotorsportelectrics.com/)
Title: oil filter
Post by: darmah on December 22, 2008, 05:45:42 PM
as a yammie dealer I stepped in the parts room and picked out an exact filter, FZ 1000 01' model for my 2000 Tiger, should fit the 885 and 955 motors
Title:
Post by: Stretch on December 22, 2008, 06:48:43 PM
Sweet.  What's the part number?
Title:
Post by: darmah on December 23, 2008, 04:57:37 AM
sorry for the delay: yam. pt # 5gh-13440-00
Title:
Post by: Stretch on March 03, 2009, 04:44:21 PM
HEATED GRIPS

http://tigertriple.com/forum/index.php/topic,5334 (http://tigertriple.com/forum/index.php/topic,5334)
Title:
Post by: walker on March 04, 2009, 01:17:05 AM
Quote from: "Stretch"
Radiator Cap

ArizonaKid discovered that a Stant 10227 radiator cap, a replacement for 80's Toyotas (as well as 1988-91 Honda Civic), is a perfect fit for a Tiger, available at auto parts stores 'round the world.  About $7.


The stant 10227 (replaced by the newer 11227) is only a 13 psi cap. A good replacement might be the 11233 - it's 16 PSI, which is right at the 1.1 BAR that triumph specifies.

Same dimensions, just a different main spring.
Title:
Post by: Stretch on March 04, 2009, 01:19:42 AM
Good call.  I'll quote you into the Radiator Cap post.
Title:
Post by: Cos on March 04, 2009, 10:25:20 PM
Quote from: "Chris Canning"
It's not cross reference,put i'll put on here,the rubber boots that goes over the rear brake switch has withered and split,when going to my local dealer,he checked on the parts fische and it doesn't exist!!!,when he phone the factory,they said ah yes it does but we don't like customers to fit them :? ,he ordered one came the next day, £1.12p :wink:


Were you able to get a part number for this? Mine's had the same thing happen and we don't have a Triumph dealer in Cyprus.

Why wouldn't they want customers to fit them? What's the risk?  :?:  :?:
Title:
Post by: simonxrv on March 19, 2009, 09:53:08 AM
does anyone know the standard bearing number for the rear wheel of a 2001 spoked wheel model?
Title:
Post by: Stretch on March 19, 2009, 05:28:32 PM
REAR WHEEL BEARINGS, 2001-2004 SPOKE WHEELS

Quote from: "simonxrv"
does anyone know the standard bearing number for the rear wheel of a 2001 spoked wheel model?

Here ya go...

Quote from: "Mustang"
a steamer rear wheel takes a 6204 2RS and a 6304 2RS in the hub and a 6305 LU in the sprocket carrier

bike bandit has the same part numbers for the Steamer and the 2001 Girly so I would assume that spoked Girly wheels take the same bearings as a Steamer .
Title:
Post by: Mustang on March 20, 2009, 12:44:19 PM
Quote from: "simonxrv"

thanks.  I'm very confussed now though.  I was using the bike and there was an awful noise like a bag of bolts coming from the rear wheel so i guessed it was the bearing as last time it was serviced they warned me it was going anyway.  I've never replaced a bearing before.  so i took the wheel off last night but i can't figure out which one is gone.  Anyone help?  Or if its not it what could it have been?


definitely the symptoms and sounds a bad bearing makes .
With the wheel mounted on bike and the ass end lifted so the wheel is off the ground there should also be some play or looseness that is noticeable when you try to twist the wheel side to side .

If only one bearing is bad , you should replace them all anyway and replace the seals also .

The whole package for parts (2 seals and 3 bearings ) from bike bandit or the dealer will cost around 120 dollars for the parts .

the bearings can be had from a bearing supplier for approx. 10-15 dollars each , but you still need to get the seals from a dealer or bike bandit .
Title:
Post by: flux on April 10, 2009, 03:32:11 PM
Quote from: "Stretch"
Coolant Expansion Tube Elbows

Quote from: "swamper650"
In conversation with a fellow local Tiger rider, discoverd his elbow failed while on the road in Murphy a year ago. I wanted to affect a permanent solution.  Have found a brass fitting to replace the failure prone 90 degree elbow in the Girly's coolant recovery. I was rooting around at my local Home Depot. In the plumbing section I discovered  a Qestpex 3/8 barbed brass elbow, part # 084169484406, priced at $1.59. Works a treat and will never fail.



I just had this same problem.  My bike started throwing coolant at me.... well... actually it was dripping to the front wheel which sports a TKC80... the knobs were catching coolant and throwing it back up all across my dash, windsreen, and helmet.  Blech!  

Anyway, I went to HD before I saw this post to source a brass one myself.  I found that the 3/8" is not the right size.  The standard piece of shit plastic stocker is 8mm.  

I ended up ordering another stocker from Triumph USA.  It was less than $1.50 but I had to wait a few days to get it.  

But then I went for a ride last night only to find it's still leaking.  I think the coolant reservoir cap that fits to the dash is somehow leaking.  

Anyways, just a heads up that the HD solution is not a 100% correct fit.
Title: Tigger replacement indicators
Post by: Advwannabe on April 10, 2009, 11:10:27 PM
TURN SIGNALS

Three of the four on my 02 Girly were badly perished and cracking at the flexible finned rubber/plastic stalk. Triumph wanted $100 AUS for them and stated that there were no aftermarket alternatives. Yeah right.

The indicators are a bit unusual as they use a small metric screw, offset to the body of the indicator to mount it to the frame.

My local independant shop guy and I trawled through a few catalogs and came up with these:

(http://i142.photobucket.com/albums/r100/Advwannabe/RearindicatorsforTigger.jpg)

They are an MCS part listed as front indicators for KLX450R and Gas Gas dirt bikes. The mount is virtually identical to the Triumph and they have the flexible stalk more minor oppsies in the dirt. Part no IK29FL/H for the left front. I've lost the box but assume the right front would be IK29FR/H.

The wiring connection isifferent but I just snipped the fitting off the old Triumph indicators and soldered them on to the new ones.

Being dirt bike indicators they have a drain hole at the bottom of the lens that I managed to install wrong way up....... They will fit front or rear, if you like the look of them.

The best part? $19.95 each.
Title: Brake lever match
Post by: DRB Imagery on April 14, 2009, 11:52:37 PM
BRAKE / CLUTCH LEVERS

Today I found that a brake lever from a 2007 Suzuki GS500 is an exact match for the Tiger at less that 1/2 the price, it is in silver but didnt bother me, they are for backups. While digging through my local Honda dealers parts room I also found alot of clutch levers that will fit in a pinch but you will need a few 5/16th washers for spacers.
Title:
Post by: AndyM on May 08, 2009, 05:00:08 AM
Quote from: "Stretch"
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 (http://www.cyclebrakes.com/EBC-2007usamc.pdf)

Cutting to the chase...


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




Just a heads up. I learned the hard way today that MD 649 LS/RS are solid one piece rotors.

The floating rotors are MD 601 LS/RS

I'll be exchanging them tomorrow for the floating rotors.[/b]
Title:
Post by: Stretch on May 11, 2009, 10:31:33 PM
STEAMER SPARK PLUG WIRES

http://tigertriple.com/forum/index.php/msg,39175 (http://tigertriple.com/forum/index.php/msg,39175)
Title: Steamer Brakes
Post by: JetdocX on May 23, 2009, 05:28:23 PM
Galfer makes a wave rotor that I am currently using and liking a lot:
part number DF005W

Using EBC pads because Galfer doesn't make them for the Steamer:
part number FA215HH

The combination works really well, IMO.  The stock brakes suck.  I guess I can offload the anchor I've been hauling around. :lol:
Title:
Post by: Stretch on June 22, 2009, 01:12:14 PM
DECALS

Quote from: "Mustang"
new graphics here http://www.bikedecals.co.uk/
Click on the 'Road Bike Logo' decals and then click on the 'Triumph' link
Title: Oil sump drain plugs
Post by: mnormand on July 10, 2009, 02:31:16 PM
OIL SUMP DRAIN PLUG

found on ebay.

This plug fits most Triumph Motorcycles.
This is MP-02T magnetic drain plug, just google as needed
All 790cc, 865cc, 885cc, 955cc,  1050cc engines.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Here's the important info....

Also Fits:
Honda:
CB750A ( 76- 78 )
CB750C (80- 82)
CB750K (79- 82)
CB750L (79)
CB750SC (82- 83)
CB900C (80- 82)
CB900F (81- 82)
CB1100F (83)
All GL1000 & GL1100

Yamaha:
XS400J/RJ/K/RK/L/RL (82- 84)
FZR600 (All)
XJ650
XS750SE ( 78 )
XS850 G/LG/SG/SH (80- 81)
XS1100 E/F/SF/G/LG/H/LH/SH
XV500 - XV1100
XJ1100 J/K/L (82- 84)
XV1600AN RoadStar
VMX12 V-Max ( 85- 98 )
Virago 250 (95- 99)
YFZ350 Banshee (86- 05)
V-STAR 1100 Silverado
YZF-R1
YZF-R6
Title: Re: oil filter
Post by: MikeBenzon on July 17, 2009, 04:03:46 PM
Quote from: "darmah"
as a yammie dealer I stepped in the parts room and picked out an exact filter, FZ 1000 01' model for my 2000 Tiger, should fit the 885 and 955 motors


Are we talking Air Filter here?
Title: Re: oil filter
Post by: mnormand on July 17, 2009, 06:24:06 PM
Quote from: "MikeBenzon"
Quote from: "darmah"
as a yammie dealer I stepped in the parts room and picked out an exact filter, FZ 1000 01' model for my 2000 Tiger, should fit the 885 and 955 motors

Are we talking Air Filter here?


Quick response for ya..

Googling that part number darmah quoted later produces an oil filter reference....
Title:
Post by: atokad on July 25, 2009, 05:15:07 AM
Quote from: "McGuiver"
AIR FILTERS

Everyone probably knows this, but the K&N air-filter is cheaper than the Triumph one, and is re-useable for life. Just sayin..........

*Edited to add...

Steamers:  TB-9091

Girlies:  TB-9097


Has anyone found an alternative paper air filter element for an '06?  I am not a fan of K&N on daily drivers. Race vehicles are fine as they are serviced after every race, but I feel the K&N lets too much dirt through if it's not being oiled and serviced frequently. And we all know that is not something we want to do on a Tiger.
Title: Steamer Speedo Cable
Post by: Sin_Tiger on September 19, 2009, 04:52:32 AM
My mechanic came up with a cheaper alternative and perhaps more readily available source for the Steamer Speedo Cable. Honda part that is reputedly fitted to the Africa Twins and some other 90's models.
Title: Steamer Extended Mirrors
Post by: Sin_Tiger on September 19, 2009, 05:04:30 AM
Got these slightly extended arm (both height & width) from Sprint Manufacturing (http://www.triumphparts.gbr.cc/) .

They are the same pattern as the originals, so I am told, in the short use I have been able to make of them they have been good. Vibe free at legal speeds and just neatly match the bar ends for width. Note that I have non standard bars fitted.

I opted to fit rubber boots to give a slightly neater look and keep the crap out of the threads but the boots available from Sprint need a small grommet to match the bar diameter.
Title: Steamer Screen Powerbronze Flip
Post by: Sin_Tiger on September 19, 2009, 05:23:56 AM
After a good deal of help from other forum users, thank you, and a few calls to Powerbronze "you want a screen for a steam motorbike"  :BangHead  the website page does not show any photos of a Steamer for that part, it's a Trophy or a Trident, which is a bit worrying when you are trying to plave an order

I managed to identify this screen as an alternative to the original shorty. Been good so far at legal speeds and keeps a lot more rain and bugs off than the original, noise and buffeting are of course helmet and rider dependant. Perfect fit, no noticable flex or vibration at speed.

Reasonable price considering it appears to be made to order if the part label is to be believed and the edge piping is thrown in. This is the "Light Tint" variation, not sure if all the colour variations are available but might be if they are making to order. Last three digits denote the colour.
Title: Tiger (Steamer) Ignition Module Replacement
Post by: Colonel Nikolai on October 08, 2009, 02:01:09 PM
IGNITER (IGNITION MODULE)

The Ignitech SPARKER TCIP4 FULL unit from Ignitech is purportedly a plug and play replacement for the Steamer. Costs about $200 compared to the $740 for the Gill OEM unit retail and is programmable. I have not tried it, but I asked them:

Quote
Will the Ignitech TCIP4 unit work as a replacement for the original
faulty Gill igniter on a 1996 Triumph Tiger?

Thanks,

Nick

Got a response from an Ignitech tech:

Quote
Hello
 
Yes.
Has original ignition connector with 10 pin or 18 pin?
We can offer our ignition TCIP4 full. It is with adapter cable to original
connector (plug and play).
If you send us your address we send you invoice.
 
Regards
 
Jan Matous
Ignitech s.r.o.


So I guess you just need to specify whether it's 10 or 18 pin and it'll work. Hope this helps someone other than me!

Apparently my 96 steamer is a 10-pin connector for th Gill ignition module.
Title: Handle Bar Options
Post by: Mustang on January 16, 2010, 04:15:53 PM
(http://www.chaparral-racing.com/Chaparral/assets/product_images/1060501B.jpg)

Renthal Fatbar Handlebars High ATV Bend

these are about the right bend for the tiger and are approx 33 inches wide .
they are 1 1/8 inch bars though so not sure about clamps and controls

but seriously look for at ATV handlebars as they match the stock tiger bend pretty close, usually they are the only ones that even come close .


   
(http://www.motoworldracing.com/media/Pro%20Taper/PT-05-SEHandlebarsATV.jpg)

Pro Taper SE Handlebars (ATV)

these are 7/8ths bars and can be had for under 60 bucks and should be plug and play
Title:
Post by: macgart on February 12, 2010, 03:12:52 PM
I tried this on my 885i and the shifter would not fit on the shaft.  The curve looked right, but something was not quite right.  I even tried opening the gap on the shifter with a screwdriver.  

Just an FYI for the 99-00 Girly crowd



Quote from: "fano"
GEAR SHIFTER

it was a Sunline dirtbike shifter from a yz/wr450. it was the right length and had the right curve profile to work without any modifications. I love it.

Here are the pics;

(http://eaglefeather.smugmug.com/photos/149228904-L.jpg)



-------------------------

Edit from Stretch... Here's another option, courtesy of Mittens...  http://tigertriple.com/forum/index.php/topic,6275 (http://tigertriple.com/forum/index.php/topic,6275)


.
Title: Steamer, Rear Shock Drag Link Bearings
Post by: Sin_Tiger on February 18, 2010, 06:26:58 AM
Steamer, Rear Shock Drag Link Bearings

Parts required for rebuilding the above. Part numbers and index numbers refer to Triumph parts fiche.

8 ) Bearing, Needle Roller - 3800060 - T0301 = (NTN) HK2020...x 1 off          
9 ) Seal              - 3600040 - T0301 = (springless) 20x26x4.......x 6 off
14) Bearing, Needle Roller - 3800025 - T0301 = (NTN) HK2030..x 4 off  

Sleeves are Genuine Triumph only.

Thanks to Nik Wallis for research and sharing.
Title:
Post by: Advwannabe on March 06, 2010, 11:10:16 AM
Another shifter altenative:

(http://i442.photobucket.com/albums/qq141/russellsmith6/FG5.jpg)

MCS part no FG5
Title: Steamer, Swing Arm Bearings
Post by: Sin_Tiger on March 16, 2010, 03:24:54 AM
Steamer, Swing Arm Bearings

Needle Roller Bearings for the above. Part numbers and index numbers refer to Triumph parts fiche.

Section 7 - Swinging Arm
12) Bearing, Needle - 3800014-T0301 = (NTN) HK2526..x 4 off  

All other parts are genuine Triumph only.
Title:
Post by: MtheTiger on March 29, 2010, 09:48:36 PM
Quote
O rings for steamer Mikuni Carbs (floats)

The part numbers are 9263K121 for the small size and 9263K137 for the large at good ole WWW.mcmastercarr.com (http://WWW.mcmastercarr.com)


Todays call to the stealer learned that he will charge € 54,00 for replacement carb orings :evil:  WTF!!!

Then I saw your post with part nrs. Are the ones you mention the only ones needed? If not, which ones are needed also and where can I get the right ones for civilized amounts of money?
Title:
Post by: Mustang on May 18, 2010, 11:34:51 AM
LED BULBS[/size]

These are for Steamers .may work for the Girlies also

http://tigertriple.com/forum/viewtopic. ... highlight= (http://tigertriple.com/forum/index.php/topic,7842&highlight=)
Title: Ignition switch 900 Tiger
Post by: davefitzs on August 11, 2010, 07:29:18 PM
I just changed the ignition switch on a 94 Tiger. I used a Kawasaki 7 wire switch. Fits straight on, steering lock even works. I had to change a couple of wires to get it working. Cost 50€ on eBay which is much cheaper that the Triumph part. Just Google 736901 and you should find one on eBay.
Title:
Post by: pip 885 on August 22, 2010, 08:40:28 PM
does anybody know if a cylinder liner off an 885 steamer will fit a 885 Girly?  :icon_scratch
Title:
Post by: Mustang on August 22, 2010, 09:19:02 PM
Part numbers are the same for 98 carbed 885 and 1999 FI engine , according to bike bandit . So I would have to say yes they are the same  :D
Title:
Post by: pip 885 on August 27, 2010, 10:09:34 PM
thanks for the info, i`ll give it a go then. :D
Title: Chain and rear sprocket
Post by: wesseld on September 14, 2010, 09:40:34 PM
I just placed an order for a new chain, screw-type master link, and rear sprocket for my 2006 Tiger, and thought this info may be helpful for someone looking for the details.

EK Chain EK530SRX X 114 link (703-530SRX-114)
   $76.04
             
EK Chain EK 530SRX SLJ (SCREW ON) LINK (701-530SRX-SLJ)
   $7.18

JT SPROCKET JTR1800.46 (46 tooth) TRIUMPH 955 TIGER 05-06
   $33.64

Shipping to 85016
   $11.49

Total   $129.05

Cheers!

Don
Title:
Post by: rybes on September 29, 2010, 10:50:55 AM
Quote from: "Stretch"
WHEELS TigerTriple members have reported that they only fit on 1999-2004 Tigers, replacing wire spoke wheels.


yep they do. ive got 2001 wire wheels on my 1994. straight swap. got better rims and stainless spokes as standard.
Title: Spark Plugs Parts Interchange
Post by: Colonel Nikolai on October 12, 2010, 02:19:21 AM
STEAMER SPARK PLUGS

Code: [Select]
Brand:           Part Number
-----------------------------
NGK:             DPR9EA-9*
ACCEL:           882
AC DELCO:        R121XLS
AUTOLITE:        4162
BOSCH:           XR4CS
CHAMPION:        RA6HC
GM:              5614066
PRESTOLITE:      12G2,12G3
-----------------------------
*This is the official plug type for the Steamer
Title: Yamaha Oil Filters
Post by: jnutiger on October 22, 2010, 03:54:48 AM
Just a heads up for those of you considering the use of Yamaha oil filters on their Tigers.  The filter on the left is the 5GH-13440-00 and was mentioned earlier as a replacement.  When installed on my 2006,  it hangs down below the pan about a half inch and is vulnerable to impact. The filter on the right is the 5GH-13440-20 and is a perfect fit.  Have a skid Plate?  Stick with the larger one.

(http://i166.photobucket.com/albums/u84/jnuak/DSC_0001.jpg)
Title: OIL FILTERS
Post by: tigergotcha on November 01, 2010, 11:16:24 AM
Quote from: "abruzzi"
OIL FILTERS

Quote from: "RT"
The Bosch 3300 is an exact replacement for the Triumph filter and will fit the 2006.

Purolator Pure 1 P/N PL14612    *use this on my 06
Mobil 1 P/N M1-108
WalMart SuperTech P/N ST6607
NAPA Gold P/N 1365
AC Delco P/N PF1237

I'd recommend the Purolator Pure 1.  Several sources have taken them apart and found significantly more filter area than other brands.  The stock size is: PL14612, but if you have a skid plate or don't go off road, you can get the PL14610 which is an inch longer.

There is also a ~$100 replaceable element filter, but I cant find the link right now.

Geof


2006 Girlies:
K&N 204 (with 17mm nut for easy replacement, drilled for safety wire attachment)
HIFLO HF204
Title:
Post by: jwray76 on January 16, 2011, 10:54:48 PM
Quote from: "Stretch"
Radiator Cap

The Triumph caps are prone to weakening before their time, allowing vapor and coolant to escape, resulting in an overly hot Tiger.

The Triumph caps are $19 at a dealer, IF they have one in stock.

ArizonaKid discovered that a Stant 10227 radiator cap, a replacement for 80's Toyotas (as well as 1988-91 Honda Civic), is a perfect fit for a Tiger, available at auto parts stores 'round the world.  About $7.

(http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41WRnxRO4jL._SL500_AA280_.jpg)


Edit for a new development:

Quote from: "walker"

The stant 10227 (replaced by the newer 11227) is only a 13 psi cap. A good replacement might be the 11233 - it's 16 PSI, which is right at the 1.1 BAR that triumph specifies.

Same dimensions, just a different main spring.

To add...

Quote from: "flux"

FYI:
This cap fits these cars:

ACURA   (1989 - 2005)
CHEVROLET   (1985 - 1988)
CHRYSLER   (1995 - 1999)
DODGE   (1995 - 1999)
EAGLE   (1995 - 1998)
FORD   (1989 - 2009)
GEO   (1989 - 1993)
HONDA   (1990 - 2007)
HYUNDAI   (1998 - 2008)
INFINITI   (1997 - 2007)
ISUZU   (1985 - 2004)
KIA   (2001 - 2008)
LEXUS   (1992 - 2007)
MAZDA   (1993 - 2008)
MERCURY   (1989 - 2001)
MITSUBISHI   (1995 - 2008)
NISSAN   (1990 - 2008)
SUBARU   (1999 - 2008)
SUZUKI   (2004 - 2008)
TOYOTA   (1994 - 2008)


Advance Auto did not carry the 11233 cap and it wasn't in the computer at all. They did have a 10233 so I brought it home and took a look and dimensions looked good. The cap is also 16 psi so the rating is correct. Put it on and seems to function well.  

UPDATE: APPEARS THAT THIS CAP MAY OPEN UP FLOW TO THE OVERFLOW TOO EARLY CAUSING BOILING OVER. GOT THE FACTORY CAP BACK ON A WHILE BACK AND CAN CONFIRM THAT THE STANT 10233 IN THE WRONG CAP. PLEASE DON'T TRY THIS UNLESS YOU LIKE BOIL OVERS!
Title: Brake Pin Plug
Post by: Timbox2 on March 16, 2011, 07:55:09 PM
BRAKE PIN PLUG.


You know, the little metal plug that screws over the pad retaining pin on the Girlies and Steamers and gets rounded out in no time.

Go to Triumph and they only sell a kit of the plug and a new pin, about £8

Go to Honda and ask for a 45203-MG3-016  £2.35,  thats better but still dear for what it is really
Title:
Post by: NeilD on March 16, 2011, 08:44:00 PM
or £2 for stainless ones from this bloke...  :D

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/STAINLESS-STEEL-N ... 3cae96d729 (http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/STAINLESS-STEEL-NISSIN-CALIPER-BRAKE-PAD-PIN-CAP-HONDA-/260627158825?pt=UK_Motorcycle_Parts&hash=item3cae96d729)
Title:
Post by: Timbox2 on March 16, 2011, 09:46:08 PM
Quote from: "NeilD"
or £2 for stainless ones from this bloke...  :D

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/STAINLESS-STEEL-N ... 3cae96d729 (http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/STAINLESS-STEEL-NISSIN-CALIPER-BRAKE-PAD-PIN-CAP-HONDA-/260627158825?pt=UK_Motorcycle_Parts&hash=item3cae96d729)


Fairplay, its still handy to know alternatives
Title:
Post by: KuzzinKenny on March 16, 2011, 10:08:01 PM
just found more fuel filter equivalents.......

Height: 94mm
OD/Width Max: 50mm
OD/Width Min: 8mm

EQUIVALENTS:
BMW 13321460453, 13321461265, 16142325859, Cagiva 800088585, Ducati 42440041A, 42540041B, In-Line Filters FIN-FF30756, Mahle Knecht KL145, Mann and Hummel MWK44, Triumph 1240850

Oil filters Mahle OC575, Mann MW64

KK
Title: (no subject)
Post by: Bixxer Bob on March 17, 2011, 08:20:57 AM
You're becoming a bit if a dab hand at this Kenny   :icon_wink:
Title: (n
Post by: KuzzinKenny on March 17, 2011, 07:27:43 PM
Quote from: Bixxer Bob
You're becoming a bit if a dab hand at this Kenny   :icon_wink:

Didn't i ever tell ya i'm BORED !!

you might like this.....

http://www.mann-hummel.com/mf_prodkata_ ... 01_fzart=4 (http://www.mann-hummel.com/mf_prodkata_eur/index.html?ktlg_page=1&ktlg_lang=1&ktlg_01_fzart=4)

and

http://217.6.60.45/mahle/start.jsp?fold ... Clear=true (http://217.6.60.45/mahle/start.jsp?folder=fahrzeug&sessionClear=true)

  :icon_wink:

KK
Title: (no subject)
Post by: Bixxer Bob on March 17, 2011, 09:56:08 PM
Cheers!!  :icon_wink:
Title:
Post by: matts23 on April 03, 2011, 02:28:37 AM
More fuel filter info here.  Wix #33012.  All metal filter and $3.69 at O'reilly auto parts.

(http://i940.photobucket.com/albums/ad245/msoetaert01/CIMG0069.jpg)

(http://i940.photobucket.com/albums/ad245/msoetaert01/CIMG0068.jpg)
Title:
Post by: darmah on June 18, 2011, 01:21:28 AM
Anyone know of the steering stem upper bearing dimensions for 2006?
 the lower is on BBandit as 30 x 55x17 but it doesn't have the upper #

  I replaced them on my 2000 years ago but sold it and sent off the maint. log
Title: Steamer rear fender
Post by: rf9rider on August 07, 2011, 11:06:09 PM
Steamer Rear Fender

All will fit the Steamer

1990 Triumph DAYTONA
1991 Triumph DAYTONA
1991 Triumph TROPHY
1992 Triumph DAYTONA
1992 Triumph TROPHY
1993 Triumph SPRINT CARBS
1993 Triumph TIGER
1993 Triumph TROPHY
1994 Triumph SPEED TRIPLE
1994 Triumph SPRINT CARBS
1994 Triumph TIGER
1994 Triumph TROPHY
1995 Triumph DAYTONA
1995 Triumph SPEED TRIPLE
1995 Triumph SPRINT CARBS
1995 Triumph TIGER
1995 Triumph TRIDENT
1995 Triumph TROPHY
1996 Triumph DAYTONA
1996 Triumph SPEED TRIPLE
1996 Triumph SPRINT CARBS
1996 Triumph TIGER
1996 Triumph TRIDENT
1997 Triumph SPRINT CARBS
1997 Triumph TIGER
1997 Triumph TRIDENT
1998 Triumph SPRINT CARBS
1998 Triumph TIGER
1998 Triumph TRIDENT
Title: Re: Steamer rear fender
Post by: Mustang on August 07, 2011, 11:29:24 PM
Quote from: "rf9rider"
Steamer Rear Fender

All will fit the Steamer

1990 Triumph DAYTONA
1991 Triumph DAYTONA
1991 Triumph TROPHY
1992 Triumph DAYTONA
1992 Triumph TROPHY
1993 Triumph SPRINT CARBS
1993 Triumph TIGER
1993 Triumph TROPHY
1994 Triumph SPEED TRIPLE
1994 Triumph SPRINT CARBS
1994 Triumph TIGER
1994 Triumph TROPHY
1995 Triumph DAYTONA
1995 Triumph SPEED TRIPLE
1995 Triumph SPRINT CARBS
1995 Triumph TIGER
1995 Triumph TRIDENT
1995 Triumph TROPHY
1996 Triumph DAYTONA
1996 Triumph SPEED TRIPLE
1996 Triumph SPRINT CARBS
1996 Triumph TIGER
1996 Triumph TRIDENT
1997 Triumph SPRINT CARBS
1997 Triumph TIGER
1997 Triumph TRIDENT
1998 Triumph SPRINT CARBS
1998 Triumph TIGER
1998 Triumph TRIDENT


There are actually 2 different versions of the fender , serial #20131 and below is for the bolt on coolant reservoir and serial #20132 and up is for the riveted on tank
Title: Fuel / Gas Cap
Post by: GasDepot on February 18, 2012, 10:47:48 PM
Hi All,
The key on my gas cap stopped working so I had to bust the latch and I was smelling gas now.
The stealership wanted $150 for a new cap which meant another key or a trip to the locksmith to see if maybe they could fix the f'ed up one.
Looking on the web found one for $100 on ebay.
The ebay one said it would work on a Daytona, Speedtriple, Sprint RS/ST, Tiger or TT600.
After checking Bike Bandit the part # from my 2000 900i matched a 2000 Daytona.
I wanted to get ride of the pesky key anyway.
The Daytona has a few after market choices.
For $65 to my house from Slingshot Racing (http://www.slingshotracing.net/catalog/triumph-cnc-racing-gas-cap-p-125.html) I went for
(http://www.slingshotracing.net/catalog/images/web_images2/ApriliaBlackGasCap.jpg)
After 6 days of emails back and forth here is what I got.
Old and new cap
(http://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-_B0u3iea_Ao/T0Ao3VwJNHI/AAAAAAAAA14/nYI2gfFTIZw/s400/Underside.JPG)
(http://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-KonwZL9SdiQ/T0Ae7KmMfWI/AAAAAAAAA1c/tXnYggzoWD4/s400/Cap.JPG)
(http://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-Ql0tVTpzUQ4/T0Ae9fPg3EI/AAAAAAAAA1k/sQDkX29wmtg/s400/Tank.JPG)
The fit is right on I could feel the gasket set when I tightened the outer cap down.
It looks like there is some pressure relief I have to put some miles down to know for sure.
The cap does not cause a vacuum in the gas tank.
I don't know how well the cap will hole when the bike takes a nap.
I'm heading to Death Valley end of March the bike may get tired then.
Any problems I will post them.
Rubber Side Down,
GD
Title: Re: Fuel / Gas Cap
Post by: SwollenCranium on February 21, 2012, 09:53:59 PM
Quote from: "GasDepot"
Any problems I will post them.
Rubber Side Down,
GD


I'm diggin that setup.  Please give a use report when you are able.

Thanks!
Title:
Post by: cosmo on May 25, 2012, 08:12:30 PM
I work at a Nissan dealer, so Nissan part numbers:

Oil filters: short: 15208-65F0C
long: 15208-9E000

Radiator cap, 1.1 bar: 21430-1P111

H4 h'lite bulb: 26294-9B90B

Cosmo
Title:
Post by: Colonel Nikolai on May 25, 2012, 08:33:10 PM
Quote from: "cosmo"
I work at a Nissan dealer, so Nissan part numbers:

Oil filters: short: 15208-65F0C
long: 15208-9E000

Radiator cap, 1.1 bar: 21430-1P111

H4 h'lite bulb: 26294-9B90B

Cosmo


Which bike is this? Steamer? Girly?
Title:
Post by: cosmo on May 26, 2012, 12:03:42 AM
Sorry - 2006 Girly.

Guess I'm getting as dumb as our regular customers....

Cosmo
Title: Re: Tiger Parts Cross-Reference Guide
Post by: Bixxer Bob on December 16, 2012, 05:07:16 PM
mikuni in the UK:

http://www.tigertriple.com/forum/index.php/topic,12241.0.html
Title: Re: Tiger Parts Cross-Reference Guide
Post by: wardy on March 12, 2013, 08:35:15 PM
do you know which clutch levers they were off as i am trying to find a adjustable clutch lever for my 1999 885i
Title: Re: Tiger Parts Cross-Reference Guide
Post by: Bixxer Bob on March 12, 2013, 09:23:21 PM
Wardy, wot you on about mate? :doubt
Title: Re: Tiger Parts Cross-Reference Guide
Post by: Sin_Tiger on March 13, 2013, 01:32:08 AM
do you know which clutch levers they were off as i am trying to find a adjustable clutch lever for my 1999 885i

Think they are the same for most Triumphs since 2000
Title: Caliper boot
Post by: PeteH on May 10, 2014, 03:00:30 PM
Assorted spares to be found on Sprint manufacturing inc this caliper boot http://www.triumphparts.gbr.cc/product.php/5733850/
I picked this up today from my local dealer......
Found this too....http://www.squaredeals-ltd.co.uk/brake---caliper-mcyl-piston--seal-kits-468-c.asp
Title: Caliper Boot
Post by: HockleyBoy on March 16, 2015, 02:02:58 PM
http://www.squaredeals-ltd.co.uk/triumph-brake-caliper-shaft-bolt-rubber-boot-5747-p.asp (http://www.squaredeals-ltd.co.uk/triumph-brake-caliper-shaft-bolt-rubber-boot-5747-p.asp)

Or Honda part No 45132166016 if you need one in a hurry (as I did on Saturday!) and there is a Honda dealer nearby.
Title: Re: Tiger Parts Cross-Reference Guide
Post by: rex007can on June 17, 2015, 09:54:47 PM
Is there an equivalent for a clutch cable on a 2001 tiger with bar risers?  Can't seem to find it here...  :^_^
Title: Re: Tiger Parts Cross-Reference Guide
Post by: John Stenhouse on June 17, 2015, 10:14:31 PM
Not sure that's been asked before, but it can't be too difficult the ends aren't anything special.
Title: Re: Tiger Parts Cross-Reference Guide
Post by: rex007can on June 17, 2015, 10:38:43 PM
Yeah,  didn't seem that specific to me either.  Anyone know the length I need maybe?
Title: Re: Tiger Parts Cross-Reference Guide
Post by: John Stenhouse on June 18, 2015, 11:00:37 AM
Measured my spare cable a standard one is 47inches or 120cms long, add a bit for the risers.......
Title: Re: Tiger Parts Cross-Reference Guide
Post by: rex007can on June 18, 2015, 01:24:10 PM
Is that the cable itself or the sleeve?
Title: Re: Tiger Parts Cross-Reference Guide
Post by: John Stenhouse on June 18, 2015, 08:20:44 PM
All of it, cable end to end including the sleeve which is obviously shorter.
Title: Re: Tiger Parts Cross-Reference Guide
Post by: bemusedinsojo on August 25, 2017, 01:32:42 AM
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