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  1. Anyone in the Stockton/Lodi, CA Area?

    West Coast Region
    I just bought my 2001 TLR and I'm trying to get my TPS and TB synched up. Even after reading and watching videos, I still don't have the heart to do it myself. I don't have the carb gauge either. I'm wondering if anyone is in the area to help me get this done? Thanks
  2. carb sync

    West Coast Region
    anyone in San Diego area have a carb sync i can use? Need one soon. Thanks
  3. Carb Sync Questions

    Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    Fooling around with my home made manometer trying to sync the throttle bodies. Watched the video. I synced at 1200, then at 2000. Went back down to 1200 and the sync is off, which indicates I need to adjust one of the air idle mixture screws. I understand all that, but it got me to thinking...
  4. Early TLs Carb fed???

    Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    Ok, yet another silly youtube debate has led me to doubt something I previously took as gospel. Please could someone confirm that the TL (S and R) were only ever made with FI and never carb fed? I know that my 98 R was FI as I fitted a PCII! God I hate youtube! :rolleyes...
  5. WR250Z progress and carb Q

    Open Forum
    sorted the chain and sprockets, lubed the clutch cable, replaced the missing rear brake rubber bushing, fixed the petcock. pretty fun to work on. and that plate from ricochet :deal pulled the carb, last task is the leaky float. im a bit antimidated about getting this float pin out. i...
  6. Fast Idle adjustment problems HELP!!

    Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    Ok guys, remember when I got my carb sync tool. Yeah well I have it. But I haven't even gotten to use it yet. Here is the problem. I cant get the fast idle speed to set to 2000RPM. I am not sure what is supposed to touch what and what to use to adjust it. Can someone please post some clear pics...
  7. cheep carb sync tool??

    Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    Hi, I was wondering what would be an alternative to the Suzuki carb tool will anyone tool do or do you have to use the manufactures tool. In addition, where do I find a mode select switch? Is there an alternative to that also? Thank you guys I know I am a pain in the ass?
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