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Old 20th July 2019, 08:41   #61
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Get the Osram 110 Nightracer, you have to get them from abroad though as no one in India has them. Not Nightbreaker but Nightracer, good increase in the lights
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If Baja / Clearwater etc are too expensive - take a look at Gold Runaway series. Chinese, but very much tried and tested now in Indian conditions (many guys have them!) and they do give the established brands a run for their money. Bikenbiker offers them with warranty at rates only slightly higher than the Ali Express rates.

Yet to see a stock replacement bulb which is adequate! So no recommendations there.
I have Gold runway on my bike for the past two years. They are very effective and good. Certainly recommended..
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Hello guys,

Can someone please guide me if these are the right specifications for the 2015 Tiger XRX :

Front Brake Pads (EBC)
https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/...ont-brake-pads

Rear Brake Pads (EBC)
https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/...ear-brake-pads

Hello Killjoy, thanks for your suggestion. you are right - I couldn't find the Osram Nightracer in India. Could you please guide me through the right replacement bulb for the Tiger.

https://www.powerbulbs.com/us/produc...0-h4-twin-pack
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The pads should work for you bike. Great pads for the price and with your braided lines you will get improved bite.
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Hello guys,

Can someone please guide me if these are the right specifications for the 2015 Tiger XRX :

Front Brake Pads (EBC)
https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/...ont-brake-pads

Rear Brake Pads (EBC)
https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/...ear-brake-pads

Hello Killjoy, thanks for your suggestion. you are right - I couldn't find the Osram Nightracer in India. Could you please guide me through the right replacement bulb for the Tiger.

https://www.powerbulbs.com/us/produc...0-h4-twin-pack
Call up Motousher once ... he will guide you towards the correct pads for your bike. EBC has pretty competitive pricing in India - so you can just buy locally.
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Thank you for your help guys. I have ordered the EBC brake pads and the Osram Nightracer bulb.

Am now looking to change the spark plugs. According to the Triumph website, the NGK CR9EK are the standard plugs for the Tiger 800.

NGK also has an Iridium Spark Plug - CR9EIX - available for the Tiger 800.

Can anyone advise which one of the above I should go for? Or any suggestions on alternate brands?
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Thank you for your help guys. I have ordered the EBC brake pads and the Osram Nightracer bulb.

Am now looking to change the spark plugs. According to the Triumph website, the NGK CR9EK are the standard plugs for the Tiger 800.

NGK also has an Iridium Spark Plug - CR9EIX - available for the Tiger 800.

Can anyone advise which one of the above I should go for? Or any suggestions on alternate brands?
The iridium plugs. They have a longer change interval of 40,000 kms at the least, and needs no gapping. I have used them.

The standard plugs need to be changed out every 24k. The iridiums are the upgraded version.
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Ironically I am looking for plugs for my bike also. I am leaning towards stock. The iridium really hit my gas milage. And frankly all those benefits they say of easy start and improved acceleration is mostly marketing material.
Not necessary that the standard last any less than stock. I am changing my standard after 45 thousand kms on one bike and on my other bike the iridiums lasted 30000.
Basically get the ones you can get quickly and are cheaper.
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Thank you for your help guys. I have ordered the EBC brake pads and the Osram Nightracer bulb.
Hi buddy, where do you procure the pads and bulbs from, Motousher or some other source? I am also looking to change these on my 2015 XRx.
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Hey Arun, I ordered these from Powerbulbs (UK) / shipped through US and getting it along through a friend.
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Get the Osram 110 Nightracer, you have to get them from abroad though as no one in India has them. Not Nightbreaker but Nightracer, good increase in the lights
Killjoy - thanks for your suggestion. These bulbs are amazing - the illumination is fantastic and the beam is well spread. Will post some night time pics. I am sure without the headlight protector it maybe brighter. Will check it out without the protector too.
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WorldofTriumph.com - Online Triumph Store has some good discount on some Tiger accessories. Anyone planning to get something - I can give list too

https://www.worldoftriumph.com/trium...tiger-xrx.html

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Cross posting from ranjitnair77's amazing V-Strom 650XT thread.

List of accessories on his Suzuki V-Strom 650XT. Do check the thread for more details on the fitting / review of the accessories.
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Certainly. Here are the accessories, their cost and the source.

Unknown Brand Crash Guards: Graciously offered for free by the dealer.
SW Motech Bash Plate: Fitted by the dealer for Rs. 21,000.
Suzuki OEM Center Stand: Fitted by the dealer for Rs. 20,000.
Barkbuster VPS: From BigBadBikes for Rs. 11,800
SW Motech Ion Footpegs: From BigBadBikes for Rs. 9,900
SW Motech EVO Side carrier: From BigBadBikes for Rs. 24,400
Givi Airflow Windshield: From Revzilla for Rs. 11,500. Shipped locally to the US and carried back.

Total: Rs. 98600.
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