How Much Power Does the 2021 Tiger 850 Sport Make?
Ahead of an upcoming test, we strapped the Tiger 850 Sport to our in-house Dynojet 250i dyno, recording horsepower and torque measurements. The Tiger recorded a peak 76.93 hp at 8,030 rpm and 54.99 pound-feet at 6,930 rpm. Analyzing the curves, we see roughly 90 percent of usable torque is available from 3,500 rpm to […]

Ahead of an upcoming test, we strapped the Tiger 850 Sport to our in-house Dynojet 250i dyno, recording horsepower and torque measurements. The Tiger recorded a peak 76.93 hp at 8,030 rpm and 54.99 pound-feet at 6,930 rpm. Analyzing the curves, we see roughly 90 percent of usable torque is available from 3,500 rpm to 8,000 rpm, which makes for a seriously flexible a powerplant. Likewise, the power curve is incredibly smooth and linear.

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