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Tiger 800 / 900 - General Discussion / Re: Handle bar risers
« Last post by Half-Click-Up on Today at 12:47:30 PM »
*Originally Posted by mcinlb [+]
I fitted the 20mm SW Motech risers to both my T800 and T900, just enough for me to make the riding position more comfortable..

  Very nice.. Iíve been leaning toward that one, just to get my arms lifted a wee bit more, and to get rid of this slight hunch when standing.
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For Sale / Re: Tiger 900/850 Headlight Protector
« Last post by Ripsi on Today at 12:21:47 PM »
Hey fastnfat,

Is this gone or still up for sale ?
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Sorry to barge in on this Topic but my situation is in the same ball park.

I bought the OBDLink LX thinking it was one of the better choices, apparently not.
Could have sworn I read a "best buy list" where this was in the top 3. Must have been
for TuneECU, I don't have Android so that is not an option. Costing a lot more than other
choices I hoped to avoid the problems I read about all over forums and websites.

I have an 800 XCA -16 I'm trying to connect to, reset the service indicator and so on.
OBDWiz won't connect to the bike, it finds the device but can't connect to the bike.
It connects to my car though. Why wouldn't it connect to the bike? Seems it works for MX.
Since I can't connect to the bike I can't provide data to debug the situation, don't know
where to go from here really.

TigerTool gives me the same behavior as the MX, can't connect.
What can I do, how can I help?

Count me in as interested in whatever solutions you come up with regarding the MX.
Maybe I'm back in the game as well then.

** Hoping for a solution **
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Hi T800XC,

I was able to test the AT commands today.   I used the console function in the OBDWiz tool, after it connected to the OBDLink.

The responses seem reasonable - here they are:


AT Z:
ELM327 v1.4b
AT I:
AT I
ELM327 v1.4b
AT D:
AT D
OK
AT RV:
AT RV
12.4V

Does that identify an issue with command compatibility, or are we still looking at a data communications issue?   By the way, I am running the software on Windows 10.

Thanks...

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Tiger 800 / 900 - General Discussion / Re: Risers to reduce vibration
« Last post by fac191 on Today at 09:32:30 AM »
+ 1 for Grip Puppies.
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About 110/80 T900 tyres, I asked the dealer to fit  PR5 tyres to my new T900 for collection, no problem they said. Then I get a call to say Triumph have not OK'd the fitting of 110/80 tyres on this model, having previously OK'd them for the T800.

So I got them to fit the Metzler 01's (100/90 front and appropriate back). AND I was/am delighted with these fitted, now on my second pair and will continue to use them, very confidence inspiring wet and dry..
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Tiger 800 / 900 - General Discussion / Re: Handle bar risers
« Last post by mcinlb on Today at 08:28:48 AM »
I fitted the 20mm SW Motech risers to both my T800 and T900, just enough for me to make the riding position more comfortable..
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Tiger 800 / 900 - General Discussion / Re: Risers to reduce vibration
« Last post by K1W1 on Today at 08:09:44 AM »
*Originally Posted by dragon88 [+]
FYI, you can add Grip Puppies or similar if you wish to reduce vibes further.

They are pretty much the first thing I fit to new bikes these days. I don't like the small diameter grips that seem to be in fashion. All they do is cause hand cramps.
The Grip Puppies fixed the tingling I was getting in the right grip on both of the Tigers I have owned.
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I had something similar many years ago, the tyre had gone out of round. Had it rebalanced couple of times before I found the cause.
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*Originally Posted by tauzero [+]
Gexit wouldn't help you, TUV is German not an EU body.

oh yes and they are 180% German absoulutely no sense of humour...
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