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    Picked up a TLS to go along side the TLR

    Finally picked up a TLS after all to go along side the TLR, both 2000 models.
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    And an odd rear hugger, what is this?
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    Very nice looking bikes! that's my new project to have a tls too with my tlr👍

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    nice bikes - nice colours, you have done well there.............

    The rear hugger is called a "Shoe", it was an addition made to the European, non UK, models.

    Extra tags were put onto the end of the swing arm to mount it. I think it was kicked off by the German TUV regime. A similar thing can be seen on the BMW GS range.
    Red, the ONLY Colour.....for a 1997 TLS.....
    (1) Sold the old girl now ....... she will be missed...


    (2) UNO frame & swinger with 1040 Bimota (aka TLR) engine running 17x40 teeth, Hydraulic clutch conversion, Billet wndowed clutch cover & cut plate spinner, Dunlop tyres, PC3, TLS bodywork, GSXR750-TT forks with custom Wilbers springs etc, Nissin brake calipers all round, front ones radial, radial Nissin clutch & brake masters, GSXR1000 K5 clocks, PVM lightweight wheels, LED lights all round, Full Yoshi exhaust system, Carbon cans, Yoshi rearsets, K&N air filter, Wilbers custom rear shock, Custom paint job. Skidmarx bellypan, Low profile rear seat hump, MotoX bars, all round (literally) nice guy.

    (3) Bog standard BMW R1150RT.

    (4) Boxes of many parts waiting to be made into 2 more TLS's.

    Workshop in Welham Green near Hatfield in Hertfordshire - TEKMOTIVE - 01707 265000 - www.tekmotive.co.uk.

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    Yeap, all the TLR owners should have at least one TLS too😆

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuckshop Ted View Post
    nice bikes - nice colours, you have done well there.............

    The rear hugger is called a "Shoe", it was an addition made to the European, non UK, models.

    Extra tags were put onto the end of the swing arm to mount it. I think it was kicked off by the German TUV regime. A similar thing can be seen on the BMW GS range.
    That's good to know thanks for the information

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    Where is the power restriction coming from in these compared to the 97 model?

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    it may be the ecu - check the number on it with Steve's site. Some German & French ecu's were restricted to 100hp.

    http://wotid.com/tls/content/view/12/39/
    Red, the ONLY Colour.....for a 1997 TLS.....
    (1) Sold the old girl now ....... she will be missed...


    (2) UNO frame & swinger with 1040 Bimota (aka TLR) engine running 17x40 teeth, Hydraulic clutch conversion, Billet wndowed clutch cover & cut plate spinner, Dunlop tyres, PC3, TLS bodywork, GSXR750-TT forks with custom Wilbers springs etc, Nissin brake calipers all round, front ones radial, radial Nissin clutch & brake masters, GSXR1000 K5 clocks, PVM lightweight wheels, LED lights all round, Full Yoshi exhaust system, Carbon cans, Yoshi rearsets, K&N air filter, Wilbers custom rear shock, Custom paint job. Skidmarx bellypan, Low profile rear seat hump, MotoX bars, all round (literally) nice guy.

    (3) Bog standard BMW R1150RT.

    (4) Boxes of many parts waiting to be made into 2 more TLS's.

    Workshop in Welham Green near Hatfield in Hertfordshire - TEKMOTIVE - 01707 265000 - www.tekmotive.co.uk.

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