Best mod for a TL1000s...looks wise...

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  • Lower fairings

    44 14.67%
  • Belly pan

    56 18.67%
  • Aftermarket screen

    48 16.00%
  • Single seat conversion

    29 9.67%
  • Carbon mudguard

    20 6.67%
  • Rearsets

    31 10.33%
  • Aftermarket cans

    106 35.33%
  • High level exhausts

    77 25.67%
  • Flat bars

    15 5.00%
  • Other: will explain

    52 17.33%
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Thread: Best mod for a TL1000s...looks wise...

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    Best mod for a TL1000s...looks wise...

    Not talking about suspension or the like....but what can you add change to the tl1000s to make it look better?

    Multiple choices within the poll as I'm assuming aftermarket cans are a given

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    I'm going to go with - trade it for an R.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1crock View Post
    I'm going to go with - trade it for an R.
    agreed but out of all of them it would be a steering dampener.


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    I would say a high level exhaust.

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    A nice set of light 10-spoke wheels. Look great and make it handle better.

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    I think the single best appearance mod is installing the rear seat cowl, the factory one that is pointy and kinda tall. Really makes the tail look better in my opinion, the passenger pillion is ugly, flat in an area that shouldn't be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xbubbax View Post
    agreed but out of all of them it would be a steering dampener.
    Ahem! A dampener just makes things wet, how would that improve the looks of an S?
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    from the list id say high level pipes but ya just cant beat new wheels look great and make it ride better
    mods up to now:- M4 headers quill links/GP1's,OZ hl02 magnesium wheels pipercross filter, Tre, powder coated frame/mirror brace, gilles rearsets, wavy rotors, superchips ecu, gilles variobars, front axel sliders, harris rear and 06 R1 front calipers, gap mod, billet rear brake res f&r, ohlins rear, pazzoracing levers, vans sprocket cover, gilles chain adjusters, braided SS hoses, cable clutch, double bubble, billet oil filler cap,1/5 throttle insert, datatool digigear, carbon fibre ram air covers, wavey rear disc, soft limiter wire cut, yoshimura bar ends, billet swingarm pivot caps, harris billet gas cap, 43 tooth rear sprocket, vans tail risers, Kad tripple, ilumiglo gauges, +/- mod, Ohlins steering damper,busa forks with radial bottoms,30shot dry NOS, carbon k3/4 fender pit-eck undertray, billet clear clutch cover,

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    Gap tray and tail riser with the solo cowl. I have lowers for mine but hell its an S and the open motor is a big part of what sets it apart from the rest. I had the lowers mounted for maybe 3 days and had to take them off. I think it took longer to make mounts for them then they were on the bike

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    I went with other because I think cleaning up the back end with a undertail makes a big difference looks-wise.

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