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    welcome roby

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    Hi kevh!

    I have some pictures of my TL-S...but I'm not able to post-it!

    If you want I can send it by e-mail

    Your address?

    Bye!

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    welcome roby!!

    (i'd like to learn italian ...)

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    Welcom roby






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    Originally posted by Pumpkin

    (i'd like to learn italian ...)
    U mean learning by doing






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    There is not a problem except the English fitting instructions are not very clear. Check that the top mounting on the shock has the reservoir bracket fitted as this acts as a spacer.
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    Originally posted by roby
    Hi kevh!

    I have some pictures of my TL-S...but I'm not able to post-it!

    If you want I can send it by e-mail

    Your address?

    Bye!
    pm'ed you roby
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    For Tlspilot:

    The italian fitting instructions are not clear. I have call Bitubo's factory for many indications but I have not received it! Very bad

    For kevh:

    I haven't understand your message...sorry!

    For all italian student:

    In Italy a lot of bike's magazine has criticated the Suzuki TL1000S only for the "problem" generated by the rotative dumper in several driving...if you want talk about it in italian language you have to learn this: "il peggior bicilindrico mai prodotto"

    If you want more info please visit: www.mytl1000s.3000.it

    It's the official web site of my friend (virtual friend, exactly) Zioghilli (member of this forum). He has mounted a Ohlins rear dumper on his TL-S. I think it's the best for improve stability and reactivity of the bike but I have a reserve about it: Ohlins is the only idraulic part of shock absorber. The spring unit is the originals!

    Bitubo changes all the originals parts and it costs 1/2 of Ohlins!

    See you!

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    Welcome Roby.
    Try this link for info on spacer issue.
    https://www.tlzone.net/forums/showthr...o&pagenumber=1
    Hope this helps,
    ciao

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    Thank you Chats! You hope well!

    I must repeat this: on my TL-S is now installed Bitubo's dumper.

    I haven't mounted it with my hand but by a bike-professionist and there wasn't mistake on measurement of spacer...I'm lucky!

    Now, I have to tell you my compliments for your avatar...real good manga!...I like girl with great tits

    Bye!

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