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The Givi TN6401A Engine Guards Triumph Tiger 800 / XC 2012-2014
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Givi TN6401A Engine Guards Triumph Tiger 800 / XC 2012-2014
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Givi TN6401A Crash Bars Triumph Tiger 800 / XC 

Designed for the on and off road enthusiast the GIVI TN6401A Crash Bars give a more rugged and aggressive look as well as offering better overall protection for those unforeseen mishaps. Made from one inch tubing, GIVI Crash Bars are a great addition for the serious motorcycle enthusiast.

Tubing is 1" in diameter.

Note: Givi recommends fitting by a qualified mechanic.

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Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
Fit & Finish
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
This Product Fits:
Triumph
Tiger 800 2012, 2013, 2014
Tiger 800 XC 2012, 2013, 2014
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Black 954226 TN6401A Out of Stock

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Fit & Finish
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Good product for a good price
Pretty easy to install, looks nice, and seems to be high quality. Some of the powder coating had some light spots and there was a few scratches on arrival but they were mostly in out of sight locations and they are crash bars so I am not too worried about it.
I thought about putting these on my bike however, I found out they will not fit a 2012 Tiger, the lower frame was changed from 2012 to 2013 so I put them on my wife's bike and I used the Alt Rider crash bars on my 2012.
May 18, 2015
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Ride:
2012 Triumph Tiger 800 XC
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
1 / 5
Fit & Finish
3 / 5
Durability
3 / 5
Overall Good Product, Terrible instructions and coating
Overall, I am content with these engine guards. They look like they'll protect the bike in all the right places when it gets dropped. That part will remain to be seen, but with a 1" tube compared to other larger tube brands, I'm hoping it'll do just fine.

The coating on the tubes is good on 99% of the bars, but in a few places where seams exist I can see through the coating. I don't own a bike for it to look pretty, so this isn't a reason to return it for me, but I know for others that's a bigger deal.

Installation. Yeah, this part sucked. Reviews online people say it should take 35 minutes or so. Well I have a professional mechanic who works on my bike. I took him the parts, and asked him to install them. Two hours later he said he needed an extra pair of hands and would I be interested in helping. Eventually we figured it all out, but boy was it a pain. The instructions don't tell you much of anything, you have to figure out a lot that's missing. Hell, the instructions that came with my purchase weren't even labeled for my year of bike. I went to the Givi website and looked at their catalog of PDF files for installation instructions, and they didn't have one for my year of Triumph Tiger either. In the end, we took out the bolt for the lower engine mount and figured it all out, but that was a headache. Removing some body panels to gain access to the upper cross bolt, and removing foot controls, all made this way more involved than it seemed when I made the purchase.

Again, the product itself is fine. But unless you're handy, or wrench a fair amount, I doubt the average weekend rider who doesn't do much more than change mirrors or basic accessories would want to tackle this.
May 13, 2017
Purchased
2 months ago
Bang For The Buck
1 / 5
Ease Of Install
1 / 5
Durability
1 / 5
Givi TN6401A
I just ordered this engine guard from Revzilla and I cannot not install it on my 2013 Triumph Tiger 800 because the left side it not tapped at one of the mounting points.
I have contacted Givi USA, in hopes of resolving this issue. ADVRider Forum suggests that I received the wrong part. I hope that I can resolve this problem or else I will purchase the AltRider engine guard.
May 4, 2015
Ride:
2011 Triumph Tiger 800
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Protect my bike, and looking to add some pegs for shifting rider position on long runs.
Mark H on Apr 15, 2017
Protect my bike, and looking to add some pegs for shifting rider position on long runs.
Mark H on Apr 15, 2017