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    Baby Twin Joshy p's Avatar
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    Newbie saying hello

    Alright guys thanks for letting me join ive recently puchased a 99 black TLR and as im someone who dosent like to leave things alone im looking to swap out the rear shock ive got an 07 R1 on my list but was wondering does an 2008/2011 fireblade shock work also cheers josh

    Oh yeah i will get sime pics up very shortly

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    When you are talking rear shock, be ready for a very complex problem. Either throw a buncha money at it and it'll work nicely with an Ohlins.... OR.... work yourself to death and make custom brackets etc. Start Googling and you'll see.

    Here's a small write-up I did a while back...
    https://www.tlzone.net/forums/suzuki-...ml#post1738612
    1998 TL1000R Blue White - Sold
    K&N filter, JoeV Airbox Mod, DanosTRE, noPAIR, Yoshimura full, YoshBox ECU Adj 5-10-5, Welded Clutch Center
    2002 TL1000R Blue White - Sold
    BMC filter, JoeV Airbox Mod, 6k8TRE, noPAIR, M4 full system, PCIIIusb, HeadliteSwtch, FanSwtch
    2002 TL1000R Blue White - New 12-30-15
    K&N filter, 6k8TRE, Yoshimura full, YoshBox ECU Adj 5-10-5, Barnett Clutch
    2000 TL1000R Blue White - New 2-6-15
    BMC filter, TRE, Yoshimura Zyclone full, PC2, Barnett Springs, Brembo RCS 19, Braketech IronAxis Rotors, Nissin Calipers, Ohlins Shock, Marchesini 5-spoke, Attack TripleClamps, Ballistic 8cell, Ti rotor bolts, Traxxion Fork and Shock Builds

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    http://www.ebay.co.uk/ulk/itm/272077111352 what you think yo this mate

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    get yourself a TLR specific shock new or 2nd hand,service it and live happily everafter!
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    What we talking then guys that r1 no good if not what we thinking Biturbo,maxton ect

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshy p View Post
    What we talking then guys that r1 no good if not what we thinking Biturbo,maxton ect
    much better!
    petrodetski has one for sale,newly serviced! 400€ and that is a bargain!
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    Thank you Timo!
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    Penske or Ohlins is the way to go..... I wouldn't cut the frame for this Mod... especially for a stock shock...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TLR67 View Post
    Penske or Ohlins is the way to go..... I wouldn't cut the frame for this Mod... especially for a stock shock...
    True that! But you will be needing the Penske / Ohlins money too......
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    Hagon do a relatively cheap option for the TLR. Its about the £3-400 mark.
    Like my TL I'm old, overweight and badly maintained but I can still surprise you by how fast I can move.

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