For the 2007 Triumph Tiger, the engine displacement is increased from 995 cubic centimeters (cc) on the previous production cycle (2001 to 2006) to 1,050 cc. The engine -- a four-stroke liquid-cooled three-cylinder horizontal in-line unit -- pumps out 113 horsepower at 9,400 RPM and 74 pound-feet of torque at 6,250 RPM. The bore and stroke and compression ratio are measured at 3.11 by 2.81 inches and 12 to 1, respectively. The engine’s intake valve train uses a double overhead camshaft configuration, with four valves per cylinder. Paired with the engine is a six-speed manual. Like most of the previous iterations, the '07 Tiger uses fuel injection, and an electric starter is installed for a more convenient way to start the engine than a kick-starter.