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#1
Steamers (1993-1998 Tigers) / Re: Steamer with bad habbits
Last post by Titus - Today at 05:24:32 PM
Thank you Phil, responded.
#2
PM'd you.
#3
Steamers (1993-1998 Tigers) / Re: Steamer with bad habbits
Last post by Titus - Today at 03:51:03 PM
Tried just now, seems to be unavailible for the steamer, just find the model based on vin number, nothing more  :icon_frown:
#4
My 1995 is long gone, but with a foot and  a brace the oem side stand did fine..Might have a piccy somewhere..
#5
You can download the full service manual from the site, I think..
#6
Steamers (1993-1998 Tigers) / Re: Steamer with bad habbits
Last post by Titus - Today at 12:17:55 PM
Thank you Beernard, pickup is on the way brand new from Britishlegends france, brand new, of course I've read through the forum and also blamed the pickup, thats why I have it new on the way, changed it with another type with totally different values and bike did the same, we'll see when it arrives.

Found out that white alt wire goes to a connector under the dash and to the ign switch, and little brown one to the same conector, ign off we have 12 to the wires, ign on we have 0.

Question, what does the alternator put out of these two wires fat white and little brown which were browned out and welded together and why do they go to the ign switch? Is the cdi getting a alt running signal? AC, DC?
#7
Steamers (1993-1998 Tigers) / Re: Steamer with bad habbits
Last post by Beernard - Today at 09:50:06 AM
Gday Titus,
I have had a bad coil pickup/crank sensor (seems to live by many names!). The time frame was a lot longer, but when the bike warmed, the unit failed. Cooled down, ran again. Drove me nuts, but I was given the solution on this forum. Might be worth a look if you have no luck with your current adventures.
Regards, Bern.
#8
Hi Phil. I think the standard stand is too short, giving it too much pressure. When I flipped the chain adjuster (documented here somewhere, probably by mustang) and dropped the forks 25mm in the yolks, the stand length was perfect and has been for years. Please take from this what you will and all the best.
Bern.
#9
Steamers (1993-1998 Tigers) / Re: Ignition Coil?
Last post by Beernard - Today at 09:26:08 AM
TT600 coils on my Tiger. They also give you a bit more room to play under the tank. I agree with Phil.
All the best.
#10
Girly Talk (1999 - 2006 Tigers) / Re: scott oiler
Last post by RichardP - Today at 09:15:16 AM
Just looked at the Turoro website looks interesting but where would you mount the oil reservoir, there doesn't appear to be a place without it being exposed?