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Old 07-24-2012, 07:58 AM   #196
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Two bikes with the same issue does not sound good. How many others are out there ?
Out of how many Tiggers sold ? I'm sure if there were any others (or many others) you'd be hearing about it. It's in the nature of people to complain publicly....

Sucks for the 2 folks who had the issue but the internet distorts reality...
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Old 07-24-2012, 09:30 AM   #197
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I must apologize for asking dumb question.
I have tiger 800 XC, 2012. Do they all have immobilizers or it is option or something? I am asking because when I look at key it looks like just key, I do not know - perhaps there is some kind of passive cheap insight but I can't tell.
I do not have problems with mine, but just want to know...
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Old 07-24-2012, 09:31 AM   #198
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I must apologize for asking dumb question.
I have tiger 800 XC, 2012. Do they all have immobilizers or it is option or something? I am asking because when I look at key it looks like just key, I do not know - perhaps there is some kind of passive cheap insight but I can't tell.
I do not have problems with mine, but just want to know...
Pretty sure they all have them. The chip is in the key itself - the black bit.
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Old 07-24-2012, 12:23 PM   #199
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Triumph and dealer isn't getting back to me

I've emailed Peter Carleo to get some advice and called the Triumph in Sandy, Utah last week and haven't heard back from either. I've decided every time it acts up, I will call or email both. Always nice to get left in the dark (that would be sarcasm).
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Old 07-24-2012, 01:32 PM   #200
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This is the thread that keeps on giving

I would be very angry if I had your issue........
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Old 07-24-2012, 05:45 PM   #201
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I may have said this before, but I am trying to take the long view. Eventually it will get resolved and I will still have a great bike. I also assume the responsibility of buying from a dealer that's 350 miles away knowing something like this could happen. But one of the reasons I took that risk was Triumph's reputation for reliability.

What's been disappointing is Triumph's lack of customer service. I've really tried to be reasonable with everybody to work toward a solution, not just bitch about my situation. But all I've gotten from my dealer is "wait until we have this figured out," and they never did. And one e-mail from Triumph saying "take it to the shop."

I'm taking it the new Idaho dealer this week. They just got their Triumph diagnostic tools. I should know more in a few days.
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Old 07-24-2012, 06:48 PM   #202
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I gotta say bs to this. I may not "understand how this sort of thing works", but I SURES HELL know how to look for companies that won't put you thru these legalistic,dealer vs manufacturer Hells. You say "many of us don't realize that MOST manufacturers don't give a shit whether or not they are at fault". I learned SOME manufacturers don't give a shit & in my experience they were EUROPEAN manufacturers (worst was your unnamed "German" brand). And Triumph ain't made in Antarctica,is it? Arrlint & the rest of us dummies may ,as you alledge,"not understand " how this kind of customer screwing works, but his blasting this all over the internet seems to have had results that YOU praise TRIUMPH for. False cause,maybe?Would Triumph's belated response been as forthcoming WITHOUT us stoopid customers raising HELL on the WORLDWIDE WEB? Huh??? One good thing about the web,maybe--it gives little guys voices & the power to associate. GREAT JOB,arrlint old boy. Keep up the good werkz.
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I'd say that getting the entire bike replaced after exhausting all other possibilities is pretty good. It would normally take much longer.
And as far a you tenere, glad you are happy with your purchase. Gauging the motor it has, if your satisfied with that, you must have just moved up from a Vespa. I spent hours riding a tenere and it doesnt have enough power to get out of its own way. I have had two Triumphs and never had one problem. The engineering of this bike is head and shoulders above the tenere.
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Old 07-24-2012, 08:14 PM   #203
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I may have said this before, but I am trying to take the long view. Eventually it will get resolved and I will still have a great bike. I also assume the responsibility of buying from a dealer that's 350 miles away knowing something like this could happen. But one of the reasons I took that risk was Triumph's reputation for reliability.

What's been disappointing is Triumph's lack of customer service. I've really tried to be reasonable with everybody to work toward a solution, not just bitch about my situation. But all I've gotten from my dealer is "wait until we have this figured out," and they never did. And one e-mail from Triumph saying "take it to the shop."

I'm taking it the new Idaho dealer this week. They just got their Triumph diagnostic tools. I should know more in a few days.
maybe being a new dealer they will be more anxious to please. Good luck.
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Old 07-24-2012, 09:18 PM   #204
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I'd say that getting the entire bike replaced after exhausting all other possibilities is pretty good. It would normally take much longer.
And as far a you tenere, glad you are happy with your purchase. Gauging the motor it has, of your satisfied with that you must have just moved up from a Vespa. I spent hours riding a tenere and it doesnt have enough power to get out of its own way. I have had two Triumphs and never had one problem. The engineering of this bike is head and shoulders above the tenere.

Thats funny...I rode a Tenere and thought the same thing...gutless (otherwise very nice). I am on my 4th Triumph (06 speedy, '10 Tiger 1050, '11 Speedy and now '12 800XC) from brand new. Only problem I ever had was with the Tiger 1050, and it was a loose battery terminal connection! People getting put off Triumphs are missing the point here...however, that said sounds like the dealers over there and Triumph US need a kick in the bum when it comes to responding to emails etc! Jump on the facebook page...seems thats what worked for the OP?
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Old 07-25-2012, 04:13 AM   #205
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I may have said this before, but I am trying to take the long view. Eventually it will get resolved and I will still have a great bike. I also assume the responsibility of buying from a dealer that's 350 miles away knowing something like this could happen. But one of the reasons I took that risk was Triumph's reputation for reliability.

What's been disappointing is Triumph's lack of customer service. I've really tried to be reasonable with everybody to work toward a solution, not just bitch about my situation. But all I've gotten from my dealer is "wait until we have this figured out," and they never did. And one e-mail from Triumph saying "take it to the shop."

I'm taking it the new Idaho dealer this week. They just got their Triumph diagnostic tools. I should know more in a few days.
The squeaky wheel gets the grease. Make a habit of calling everyday that they are open. Not just when your Tiger messes up. If nothing else, say hey Peter it's me again, my Tiger is still messed up. It sucks, but it gets results.
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Old 07-25-2012, 04:29 AM   #206
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Jump on the facebook page...seems thats what worked for the OP?
Give that man a cigar........
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Old 07-25-2012, 06:03 AM   #207
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Great. So now we've all got to join Face Space in order to communicate with someone. Fuck that.
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Old 07-25-2012, 06:55 AM   #208
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Great. So now we've all got to join Face Space in order to communicate with someone. Fuck that.
I refuse to assimilate. Resistance is not futile. It sucks I can't even look at the Borg that is Face Space.
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Old 07-25-2012, 08:00 AM   #209
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I refuse to assimilate. Resistance is not futile. It sucks I can't even look at the Borg that is Face Space.
I was the same as you and I finally caved in to keep an eye on someone and I have to say, it's been a pretty good experience - I have got back in touch with so many people I have not heard from for years. Just give them the min of information (and make stuff up if you need to), lock everything down so YOU decide who sees what, not the wankers at FB and you'll be fine.

Used intelligently, it's a great way to stay in touch with folks.
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Old 07-25-2012, 09:50 AM   #210
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I'd say that getting the entire bike replaced after exhausting all other possibilities is pretty good. It would normally take much longer.
And as far a you tenere, glad you are happy with your purchase. Gauging the motor it has, of your satisfied with that you must have just moved up from a Vespa. I spent hours riding a tenere and it doesnt have enough power to get out of its own way. I have had two Triumphs and never had one problem. The engineering of this bike is head and shoulders above the tenere.
You have a Tiger 800?
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