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|Engine||1,050 cc, Liquid-cooled, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder|
Multipoint sequential electronic fuel injection
|Bore / stroke||79 mm × 71.4 mm (3.11 in × 2.81 in)|
|Power||113 bhp (84 kW) @ 9,400 rpm|
|Torque||100 N⋅m (74 lb⋅ft) @ 6,250 rpm|
|Transmission||X ring chain, 6 speed gearbox|
|Suspension||Front: 43 mm upside down forks with adjustable pre-load, rebound and compression damping|
Rear: Monoshock with adjustable preload and rebound damping
|Brakes||Front: Twin 320 mm floating discs, 4-piston radial callipers |
Rear: Single 255 mm disc, 2 piston calliper
|Wheelbase||1,550 mm (61 in)|
|Dimensions||L: 2,110 mm (83 in)|
W: 840 mm (33 in)
H: 1,320 mm (52 in)
|Seat height||835 mm (32.9 in)|
|Weight||198 kg (437 lb) (ABS 201 kg (443 lb) (dry)|
|Fuel capacity||20 litres (4.4 imp gal; 5.3 US gal)|
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In 2009, Triumph introduced a special edition version that includes ABS brakes, the two-box pannier kit and handguards.
Tiger Models Overview
|1999–2000||T709||885 cc, Fuel Injected|
|2001–2006||T709EN||955 cc, Fuel injected|
|since 2007||1050||1,050 cc, Fuel injected|
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