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Mid America Cycle
Edmond, OK

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Great go-anywhere performance motorcycle, over 105 HP with the suspension to conquer the world. One way the Tiger earns its stripes is that engine performance is a delight; power begins at about 2,500 rpm and this triple pulls quickly and immediately right off idle. Power builds seamlessly to its 9,500-rpm redline. Delivery is smooth till about 6,000 rpm, where vibes begin to jingle in the pegs and grips. Still, it’s never a problem for touring as that rpm translates to somewhere around 90 mph in the Tiger’s tall sixth gear.The Tiger places the rider upright and spread out on a firm, comfy seat.Seating is upright on a firm, narrow seat as the rider grasps a high, wide handlebar. As anyone who has ridden a dual-sport can affirm, this position is excellent for tight, winding roads; the rider has a good view from this perch and excellent leverage on the bar. With a little weight shift to help the bike into turns, a skilled Tiger tamer can give sportbike riders a run for their money.The fork offers single-rate springs with revised rebound damping rates for 2005, but no external adjustments. We found the damping rates well suited to the bike, though still on the soft side. At the other end the single shock offers spring preload and about 20 rebound damping positions; setting the latter requires the use of a long-handled, flat-bladed screwdriver.Steering is precise, crisp and secure. New this year are cast 14-spoke aluminum wheels with tubeless tires, a 110/80-V19 front and 150/70-V17 rear. Our bike was equipped with Michelin Anakee tires, and they are excellent. For my test I loaded the bags, added a large duffel on the back seat and swept off with my good buddies, squirreling around California’s backroads playing ****** Old Guys Trying To Go Fast. Though they have the blocky look of dual-sport tires, the Anakees handle much like quality street tires. Steering is light and neutral; at extreme lean angles the Anakees give the impression they’re leaning in more than expected. This contributes to tenacious grip and a very secure feeling, as if the bike were biting into the turns. The only symptom of the blocky tread is a slight rumble felt vaguely through the grips, but certainly worth the tradeoff.Displacement:955.00 ccm (58.27 cubic inches)Engine type:In-line three, four-strokePower:125.00 HP (91.2 kW)) @ 9500 RPMTorque:92.00 Nm (9.4 kgf-m or 67.9 ft.lbs) @ 4400 RPMCompression:11.7:1Bore x stroke:79.0 x 65.0 mm (3.1 x 2.6 inches)Fuel system:Injection. Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injectionFuel control:Double Overhead Cams/Twin Cam (DOHC)Ignition:Digital - inductive type - via electronic engine management systemCooling system:LiquidGearbox:6-speedTransmission type,final drive:ChainClutch:Wet, multi-plate


23,145 miles
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Cleveland, OH
Older vintage looking tire.....jet kit...


Mid America Cycle
Edmond, OK
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