Stelvio Pass - Tiger 1050
Trying to enjoy going up the Stelvio Pass, but failed a bit because of a
stupid cager in a Miserydes who thought he owned the road. I wasn't trying
to drive fast, because the road is very small and dangerous over there. You
can't see anything what's coming down from the steep U-turns and sometimes
oncoming traffic cuts the corner. Thumbs up for the ultra low custom bike!
Triumph Tiger 1050 MIVV Exhaust
This is video features the 2008 Triumph Tiger 1050 with a new MIVV Suono Exhaust. Racing Baffle inserted with
stock ECU tune. This Exhaust is
fantastic, and is MUCH louder than the stock Exhaust. It is also MUCH lighter than the stock
can. Unfortunately, the camera audio doesn't translate the great in person
sound of the Suono.
The Raiden Files - Portland to Dakar - A Riding Movie
Icon sends it's best riders on an adventure that tests man and machine to
the limit in every condition imaginable. There's action, there's adventure,
there's romance, there's drama. It's more than a riding video, it's a
movie. Sit back and enjoy the show.
TuneECU (free TuneBoy) software demo on Triumph Tiger 1050 SE
TuneECU is a free piece of software written by Alain Fontaine. It is a
useful programming and diagnostics tools for the following motorcycles:-
Aprilia Caponord & RST Futura, KTM 990/1190, and all fuel injected Triumph
twins and triples.
This video offers a quick demonstration of the software, where I load a
tune (EFI map), make a few basic modifications, and load it into the bike's
computer. I also take a quick look at test and diagnostic modes. This
software is a real must for anyone with a keen interest in tuning.
All you need to get up and running is an OBD II cable (16 pin variety with
FTDI chipset and USB interface), a PC or laptop and the free software.
You can find information, instruction manual, OEM maps, and download
TuneECU yourself direct from http://www.tuneecu.com/
Triumph Tiger 1050 SE walkaround and modifications.wmv
I decided to do a video on the Tiger because when I was looking at buying
an adventure-type bike, the only information were from reviews (some very
good eg:BMW R1200 GS vs Benelli vs Tiger, etc) which only focus on how the
bike is to ride, how well it handles, how well it pulls, but nothing on
what it is like to live with and what mods are popular. So I bought a cheap
camera and this is the result.... I appologise for the shoddy camera work
in advance and missing a few details I thought of since filming!