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Triumph Tiger 800 was launched by Triumph Motorcycles of UK along with Tiger 800 XC and is dual-sport bike varieties.  The Tiger 800 was more of a road bike and the 800XC was designated to be an off-road motorcycle. Both these motorcycles have the same 799cc inline 3-engines and bear the same frame, which was borrowed from the Triumph Street Triple.   The 12-valve DOHC engine was able to produce a power of 64hp at 9, 300rpm and a torque of 79Nm at 7,850rpm. The bike has electronic start and is offered with a 6-speed transmission chain drive. Suspension is upside down forks in the front and mono shock aluminum swing arm at the rear. At the front it was fitted with 308mm twin floating discs and 2-piston calipers and at the rear a 255mm disc with Nissin sliding caliper for brakes. The bike has the capacity of storing 5.0 US gallon and weighed about 210kgs.   

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