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    Baby Twin Haakan's Avatar
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    My Classic Superbike

    My TLR for Classic Roadracing in class Classic Superbike in Sweden 2018
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    Looking good! We need more details though....


    '97 TL1000S Streetfighter 'Evil Twin' - Full colour wiring diagrams - click here for UK TLS - click here for US TLS - click here for UK TLR - click here for US TLR

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    You tease with the picture, what's been done to it? Engine work?

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    So far I've identified: aftermarket fairing, rear shock, wheels, front brake, underseat lithium battery, full exhaust system, talon? rear sprocket, front discs, seat... Its also got a power commander on it (and a quick shifter)... Don't keep us in suspense!


    '97 TL1000S Streetfighter 'Evil Twin' - Full colour wiring diagrams - click here for UK TLS - click here for US TLS - click here for UK TLR - click here for US TLR

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    Hi , It is not so exciting , from beginning TL1000R 2000 I bought from an insurance Company last year . I use Wheels from Yamaha R6 2008 5,5 inch rear with 180 tyre and 520 chain and sprocket , front Wheel with Brembo racing disc 320mm from Yamaha R1 2004-2006 , 4 piston calipers from TLS , Wp rear shock , modified front fork with öhlins springs , fairings from Sebimoto . My Engine is std except CBR injektors , Power cmmander 3 , Quick shifter , 750g. ligter flywheel , Factory Pro Ignition Advancer +4 Degree , modifyd airbox with BMC air filter and only slip on . Last year I tested easily modified on track, my first year on track with twin and it was not easy to go twin but this year I will race
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    sorry for my bad English / Haakan

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    did you machine the rear sprocket holder thinner when you fitted the rear wheel?
    if you didnt then the back wheel is not centred on the bike or the chain is out of line


    cheers stu

    Naked TLS 97 , D port heads, TRE, Carrozzaria gold wheels, GSXR750 triples and forks, R1 calipers, Ti Force titanium exhaust system, welded clutch centre, ring-in CCC, polished pressure plate, 999 ducati radiator, custom handlebar fairing, polished ali screen, TLR clocks, Van reservoirs, TLR swingarm, TLR Ohlins rear shock, Norton Commando handlebars on 65mm risers, extra heavy polished billet brass bar-ends, custom shaped seat pad, billet levers and pegs, stainless brake lines, modified airbox, PC11 ,undertail, hugger, clear taillight lens, hidden LED number plate lights, Personal number plate (97TLS),SV coils, ring-in pushrod seal saver.

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    And a cable operated clutch.

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    Great looking bike...... But the Hell with that Snow!!

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    Now I have tested 4 days on track and feel heavy out of the turns and I need more power AND most importantly, I need more time on track . This is my first year with only 2 cylinders
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