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2010-2013 Triumph Tiger 800 / 800 XC (ABS) repair manual

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To make it easier for you to choose the right manual, we have compiled various information for you below, such as model designations, types, and production years. The following models are covered by this manual: Tiger 800 / 800 XC (ABS) / Triumph Motorcycles Ltd 2010 Triumph Tiger 800 / 800 XC (ABS) 2011 Triumph Tiger 800 / 800 XC (ABS) 2012 Triumph Tiger 800 / 800 XC (ABS) 2013 Triumph Tiger 800 / 800 XC (ABS) Production/model years: 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Engine: 799cc, inline-3, 12-valve, DOHC Manual Language: English Printable: Yes Delivery: Download link will appear on the checkout page after your payment is complete. # ³ "Access the Ultimate Fix for Your Triumph Tiger 800 / 800 XC (ABS) with a Downloadable PDF Manual!" Are you a proud owner of a Triumph Tiger 800 / 800 XC (ABS) motorcycle? Whether you're a DIY enthusiast or want to save on costly repairs, we have the perfect solution for you. Gain access to a comprehensive PDF manual that will guide you through any repair or maintenance task for your 2010-2013 Triumph Tiger 800 / 800 XC (ABS). With our downloadable PDF manual, you can take control of your bike's upkeep and enjoy the satisfaction of maintaining and fixing it yourself. Engine Specifications/Technical Data: • The 2010-2013 Triumph Tiger 800 / 800 XC (ABS) is powered by a liquid-cooled, inline three-cylinder engine. • The engine has a displacement of 799cc, providing ample power for both on-road and off-road adventures. • It features a DOHC (Double Overhead Camshaft) configuration, ensuring precise valve timing and efficient power delivery. • The Tiger 800 / 800 XC (ABS) comes with electronic fuel injection, optimizing fuel delivery for improved performance and fuel efficiency. • The engine produces a maximum power output of approximately 94 horsepower, offering strong acceleration and passing capability. • It has a bore and stroke of 74.0mm x 61.9mm, contributing to the engine's smooth and responsive performance. • The Tiger 800 / 800 XC (ABS) is equipped with a six-speed manual transmission, allowing riders to easily find the right gear for any riding situation. • It features a wet, multi-plate clutch for smooth engagement and effortless gear changes. • The motorcycle utilizes a chain final drive, efficiently transferring power to the rear wheel. • The Tiger 800 / 800 XC (ABS) has a fuel tank capacity of approximately 5.3 gallons, providing a decent range for long rides. • It features a steel trellis frame, offering a perfect balance between strength and agility. • The front suspension consists of inverted telescopic forks, providing precise handling and good feedback. • The rear suspension features a mono-shock setup, adjustable for preload and rebound damping to suit rider preferences and riding conditions. • The Tiger 800 / 800 XC (ABS) comes with dual front disc brakes and a single rear disc brake, offering excellent stopping power. • It has a seat height of approximately 32.9 inches, providing a comfortable riding position for various rider sizes. • The motorcycle features a weight of around 462 pounds, contributing to its nimble and manageable characteristics. • It comes with ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) as standard, enhancing braking performance and rider safety. • The Tiger 800 / 800 XC (ABS) has an adjustable windscreen, allowing riders to customize wind protection and airflow. • It features a comprehensive instrument cluster, providing essential information such as speed, RPM, fuel level, and trip data. • The motorcycle comes with a stylish and aggressive design, combining aesthetics with functionality. Facts and Details: - The 2010-2013 Triumph Tiger 800 / 800 XC (ABS) is a versatile adventure motorcycle designed to tackle various terrains and riding conditions. - It offers a comfortable and upright riding position, making it suitable for both short and long-distance journeys. - The Tiger 800 XC variant is specifically designed for off-road adventures, featuring increased ground clearance, long-travel suspension, and spoked wheels. - These models are known for their balanced performance, offering a blend of power, agility, and comfort. - The Tiger 800 / 800 XC (ABS) excels in both on-road and off-road handling, providing confidence-inspiring stability and maneuverability. - It offers excellent wind protection and weather resistance, making it suitable for long-distance touring in various weather conditions. - The motorcycle is equipped with a powerful lighting system, including high-intensity headlights and auxiliary lights, ensuring excellent visibility at night or in low-light conditions. - The Tiger 800 / 800 XC (ABS) features a generous luggage capacity, with optional panniers and top box available for additional storage. - These models come with adjustable suspension, allowing riders to fine-tune the suspension settings to their preferences and riding conditions. - The Tiger 800 / 800 XC (ABS) offers a comfortable pillion seat and grab handles, allowing passengers to enjoy the ride as well. - It has a reliable and efficient cooling system, preventing overheating during long rides or demanding off-road adventures. - The motorcycle features a well-designed and ergonomic control layout, providing easy access to essential controls and switches. - The Tiger 800 / 800 XC (ABS) is equipped with a comprehensive array of safety features, including ABS, traction control, and multiple riding modes for enhanced rider confidence. Maintenance Intervals, General Maintenance Tips, and Common Issues: ► Oil change: Recommended every 6,000 miles or as per the manufacturer's guidelines. ► Air filter cleaning/replacement: Clean or replace the air filter every 6,000 miles or as needed to maintain optimal engine performance. ► Spark plug replacement: Replace the spark plugs every 12,000 miles or as per the manufacturer's recommendations. ► Chain maintenance: Regularly inspect the chain tension, lubricate it, and adjust if necessary. ► Common issues: Some common issues with the Triumph Tiger 800 / 800 XC (ABS) may include electrical gremlins, fuel system problems, and suspension component wear. ► Solutions: Electrical issues may require thorough inspection of wiring and connectors, and potential replacement of faulty components. Fuel system problems should be addressed by checking fuel lines, filters, and injectors. Suspension component wear may necessitate replacement or adjustment of worn parts. Popular Tuning Tips or Modifications: * Aftermarket exhaust system: Upgrading to a high-performance exhaust can enhance the motorcycle's sound and increase power output. * Suspension upgrades: Installing aftermarket suspension components, such as adjustable shocks or forks, can improve the bike's handling and ride comfort. * Handlebar and footpeg options: Swapping to more ergonomically designed handlebars and footpegs can enhance rider comfort and control. * Windshield options: Adding a larger or adjustable windshield can provide improved wind protection and reduce fatigue during long rides. * Adventure accessories: Adding crash bars, skid plates, and auxiliary lighting can make the Tiger 800 / 800 XC (ABS) more suitable for off-road adventures. Available Accessories and Aftermarket Options: ■ Hard and soft luggage options, including panniers, top boxes, and tank bags. ■ Upgraded seats for enhanced rider and passenger comfort. ■ Windshields and wind deflectors in various sizes and styles. ■ Crash bars and engine guards for increased protection. ■ Auxiliary lighting options, such as fog lights or LED light bars. ■ Performance exhaust systems for improved sound and power. ■ Suspension components for enhanced handling and adjustability. ■ GPS navigation systems and smartphone mounts. ■ Comfort and convenience accessories, including heated grips and cruise control. Owner Reviews and Opinions: Strengths: ☺ Versatile and capable on various terrains. ☺ Comfortable riding position for long-distance touring. ☺ Balanced performance and handling. ☺ Excellent build quality and durability. ☺ Extensive aftermarket support for customization. Weaknesses: ☻ Limited wind protection at higher speeds. ☻ Stock suspension may feel soft for more aggressive off-road riding. ☻ Some riders may find the seat height a bit tall for shorter inseams. Frequently Repaired Parts and Common Breakages: → Electrical connectors and wiring. → Fuel pump and fuel injectors. → Suspension seals and bushings. → Brake components, including pads and rotors. → Clutch cables or hydraulic clutch components. → Starter motor or solenoid. → Throttle cables or throttle position sensors. → Ignition coils and spark plug wires. → Instrument cluster or LCD display. → Chain and sprockets. Secure your access to the comprehensive Triumph workshop manual by clicking the green button and completing the payment via PayPal or credit card. Upon completion of the payment, your official Triumph OEM shop manual and parts list download link will be available on the checkout page. Additionally, we will immediately email you the payment and download information. §
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