Triumph Tiger 1050 Sport sound [RAW Onboard] with acceleration 0 to 200 km/h on a 'German-Autobahn'

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  • ℹ️ Published 5 months ago

Listen to the stock exhaust sound of a Triumph Tiger 1050 Sport in different situations. We went also fast on a german highway - let`s see how fast the triple ist from 0 to 200 km/h and 0 to 100 km/h. Enjoy!

00:00 Intro
00:16 Triumph Tiger 1050 Sport sound riding slow
01:11 Acceleration Triumph Tiger 1050 Sport 0 to 100 km/h
01:39 Triumph Tiger 1050 Sport sound cornering
03:43 Pure, raw muffler sound
04:08 Speed on a german highway - acceleration 0 to 200 km/h
#sound #triple #triumph

💬 Comments

I have a 675 street triple, i love nothing more than coming up off a tight turn and giving it the beans up to 120 mph, 193 Kph.

Author — Gonzo


Oh, I miss my Tiger Sport. Nothing beats that triple for usable grunt all the way from tickover to the red line

Author — Glendon Franklin


I miss my 1973 Norton 850 Commando, I still have nice dreams about it. Now I want a Triumph twin.

Author — Charles Clark


I have the same 2016 Tiger Sport 1050 in matt black . It has some serious grunt. Mine had the stock exhaust exchanged for a sc project when I bought it. I came from a 2010 Triumph street triple 675 and the main difference is that the Street triple has less torque but revs up to 13750 rpm which is manic. That was a supersport dressed up as a naked bike.

When I did a pull against a new MT09 with my Tiger Sport, it was strange. The engine pulled in a straight line really quick to 10000rpm and then, very sudden, the revlimiter kicks in. It was so linear it even surprised me when I got to 10000rpm. So if want to do a sprint with my Tiger, I have one eye at the revcounter now.

I had to change stock forksprings and rearspring to some sturdier ones, because especially the frontsprings are way to soft (for my weight), and it transformed the Tiger for me. It really is a sport tourer with the accent on sport now.
Both Street Triple and Speed Triple/Tiger sport 1050, 3 cilinder engines do sound very nice. I must admit, I like my Tiger Sport 1050 with the SC projects better then the OEM muffler. It isn't awfully loud at all. Unlike my Street triple, that had dual SC projects, but I couldn't stand the noise, so I returned to stock on that one.

Author — gvybin


Just remember folks they only go as fast as you want them to.

Author — Charles Clark


Sounds like a Ford Cortina with no oil in gearbox.

Author — David Stock