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  1. UK Forum (Including Scotland)
    hi guys i have a 97 engine ( its been through a few scrapes :laugh ) basically i wat to update it to the later cam cap at the rear with the breather system the cap is an easy one..... the breather system not so easy would some nice person if they have time take pics of their set up so i can...
  2. Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    Hi all, I have 2 questions I am in need of help with...... Firstly I have fitted a WP rear shock (well I had it fitted), the new shock has a spring on it and dampener but the place that fitted it left the original spring on saying it was just a light spring. I don't think this is right and the...
  3. Suzuki SV650, SV1000, & Others
    Im making a streetfighter out of my raptor 1000 and want to clear some space around the engine, the breather pipes that come off the top of the rocker covers can they be capped off and have a single breather pipe and filter from the filler cap any advice on this would great and is there any pros...
  4. Want to Buy
    please help, new engine in but its the later one with the breather outlet on the cylinder, has anyone got one to sell with the pipe work. all i have is the original 97 bits. cheers Ben
  5. Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    want to do this. can I use the valve cover of a TLR or 98+ TLS model? *who has one for me? Thanks, Adrian.
  6. Want to Buy
    Ideally with hose from rear cam cover and short hose onto engine......
  7. Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    I have been going over the tls this winter and tried starting the thing with the crankcase breather hose kinked. it idled like shizz and then backfired a couple of times. I turnd it off now its running on one cylinder. Maybe the cam timming some how???
  8. Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    Hi everybody! I've got a problem with engine breather. It seems to be obstructed. I took the breather pipe out off the airbox and try to hear or feel any thing (engine running). But there wasn't any flow at all. This may be the reason why inside crankcase is such high pressure and why engine oil...
  9. Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    1) Blowby should be vented out because it contains water vapor and acids that are terible for you oil and the inside of your engine. 2) Oil condenses out and seperates easier if its under pressure. So does gas. So does water. 3) If you reduce the pressure in the crankcase, you make it much...
  10. Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    Anyone running this mod... and what are my options for parts is it worth it.... ? read alot of conflicting stories please inform Respectfully Stephen
  11. Performance Enhancement
    when i recently put my rebuilt motor in....i upgraded the breather set up to the later s/tlr one...with a hose running fron the rear cam cover and a small sperator bottle......what a pile of shit....i'm getting more oil in the airbox than ever befor...:banghead.and that's keeping the revs down...
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