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    WSB Pit boss tlsgazza's Avatar
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    One of these would do.
    https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F392646871292
    It even has the long hose need to do the mod that goes to the water pump outlet attached.
    All you need now it to get the water pump outlet or make a T piece up.
    Search the site and you will find the info you need
    black TL1000Sx, owned from new, 01/08/1998, 86.000 miles.
    Red TL1000sv ,original 97 , bought from my girlfriend when we split owned by us since 2004. 30.000 miles.
    Honda XL500r. 1983. Owned since 1997. 30.000kms.
    r1200gs adventure with 106.000 miles.

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    This is the one you need with the longer output pipe with the extra small pipe on the rear. Or make a T piece and use your existing one.
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    black TL1000Sx, owned from new, 01/08/1998, 86.000 miles.
    Red TL1000sv ,original 97 , bought from my girlfriend when we split owned by us since 2004. 30.000 miles.
    Honda XL500r. 1983. Owned since 1997. 30.000kms.
    r1200gs adventure with 106.000 miles.

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    Thank u very much, u made it possible for me to understand this mod exactly.
    Very much appreciated 🤙

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    Must i replace the sensors? Or can i use the stock one on the sv650? What is the benefit of getting others?

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    Quote Originally Posted by V enjin#1000 View Post
    Must i replace the sensors? Or can i use the stock one on the sv650? What is the benefit of getting others?
    You will need to leave the temperature sensor in the radiator on yours but move the wiring to the new temperature sensor on the replaced thermostat housing. This way the ECU will pick up the temperature from there instead of the cold radiator. I'm not sure what temperature the thermostat is in the sv. It will be written on it. You need one that keeps the temperature above 80°c so the bike will use the warm map all the time. I found with an 82°c thermostat my 97 was quite often running around 78-79°c a lot of the time which is why I changed to an 88°c thermostat. Mine might have been running a little cooler because of the silicon hoses. I fitted a lower temp fan switch because I felt waiting for it to kick at 105-110°c the engine was running too hot especially in the summer. I preferred it kicking in before the engine got too hot. You don't need to do it.
    black TL1000Sx, owned from new, 01/08/1998, 86.000 miles.
    Red TL1000sv ,original 97 , bought from my girlfriend when we split owned by us since 2004. 30.000 miles.
    Honda XL500r. 1983. Owned since 1997. 30.000kms.
    r1200gs adventure with 106.000 miles.

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    Thanks alot. Today i went to Bike hospital in Johannesburg. I did find a thermostat housing from a Tl1000R and a water pump cover with T piece from a cagiva raptor. It cost me around 200 pounds. Extremely expensive? To what prices are in the UK....but i have it. Tomorrow i am going to do the mod and a service again. I tried to find the sensors at my local parts store but was unsuccessful. I will buy it from ebay. Much easier i believe. Cause i want to make that swap with the 2 sensors as well cause here in South Africa it can get pretty hot in summer. I am also not comfortable with my TL running at that high temps after i made the mod.
    Thanks for your help.
    I really appreciate it alot cause it will save me some cash in the future

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    You can also do a manual fan switch. All you do is put a toggle switch connected to the thermo wires. When shorted, you lie to the fans and they turn on.
    ... listen to Six5 ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rxf610 View Post
    You can also do a manual fan switch. All you do is put a toggle switch connected to the thermo wires. When shorted, you lie to the fans and they turn on.
    I used to have one. I'd either forget to turn it on soon enough or forget to turn it back off again.
    black TL1000Sx, owned from new, 01/08/1998, 86.000 miles.
    Red TL1000sv ,original 97 , bought from my girlfriend when we split owned by us since 2004. 30.000 miles.
    Honda XL500r. 1983. Owned since 1997. 30.000kms.
    r1200gs adventure with 106.000 miles.

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    🤣🤣yes i will probably make the same mistake....did find an aftermarket fan switch on ebay for cheap.

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    I could swear i did read somewhere on this forum of a rectifier/regulator mod? Is there such a mod on the TLS?

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