We placed the Tiger Sport 660 on the Cycle World dyno ahead of an upcoming comparison test with like-sized models, recording horsepower and torque measurements. The Tiger produced a peak 71.82 hp at 10,100 rpm and 40.83 lb.-ft. of torque at 8,570 rpm. The most impressive aspect? The remarkably flat torque curve with nearly 90 percent of its torque readily available from 3,500 rpm. Combined with a linear power delivery that pulls all the way until its 10,250 rpm redline makes for real-world flexibility.