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Tigerfinland:
http://blog.motorcycle.com/2011/08/25/manufacturers/triumph/recall-for-2011-2012-triumph-tiger-800-and-800xc-for-engine-management-software/

S..t!  :172: A happy owner of those symptoms. Did occur two days ago. Dealer said, that no software for update is currently available... :173: :173: 800 rpm at idle, engine cut out while deceleration, multiple times...
Oops, there seems to be a long discussion in another thread, sorry.  :431:

masonmart:
Originally Posted by Tigerfinland http://blog.motorcycle.com/2011/08/25/manufacturers/triumph/recall-for-2011-2012-triumph-tiger-800-and-800xc-for-engine-management-software/

S..t!  :172: A happy owner of those symptoms. Did occur two days ago. Dealer said, that no software for update is currently available... :173: :173: 800 rpm at idle, engine cut out while deceleration, multiple times...
Oops, there seems to be a long discussion in another thread, sorry.  :431:

Don't worry, it's character not a fault :008:

I was advised that the software will be available at the end of August.

Bert the tigger:
At least they are doing a recall.

It took BMW 6 years to replace the FPC on the GS range and I'm not even sure if it was a recall or just replace when they failed.

Bert is a great bike and been trouble free in 12'000 miles.

Would I go back to a BMW, no way.

soph9:
Good to see that Triumph is actually calling this a recall....



http://advgrrls.com

donbcivil:
Originally Posted by soph9 Good to see that Triumph is actually calling this a recall....

http://advgrrls.com

Every new product has problems. It is BMW's failure to address theirs that ruled out the 800GS for me.

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