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  1. Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    ...I need to repair a dent and I want to make sure I use the right materials. I should probably know this, I know...
  2. The Video Store
    we rode this pass in switzerland back in the summer on the GS adventures. i think we may have just kept up with him.:hail love the part where he catches and overtakes the guy on the bike,:coocoo he must have shat his pants :laugh...
  3. Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    I'm due for changing the brake pads and rotors all around on my 01, so I'm shopping on ebay. Problem is I don't know what's garbage and what's good. I'm fine using stock rotors all around, HH pads on the front, then stock pads on the rear. I saw (flame suite on) this...
  4. Help Forum
    Just took the clutch cover off for the second time. 1st time dug out about 1lb of black muck with sand stones and general muck. Looked like silicone but just over lubricated chain goop. It was hard to see the parts and the actuator was suffocating in black crap. This time had some time so I got...
  5. Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    I generally replace as many of the non critical bolts and screws with Stainless Steel Socket Allen Head Bolts and am looking at doing the same with all the engine cover bolts (Both Sides). Are there any issues with doing this? Also, are there fasteners that look a little better and are still...
  6. Looking to Sell
    I couldn't figure out how to post pics in the old thread but anywho, I removed these for the 40/16 set up. Stock is 39/17, so this provides a little more low end oomph without sacrificing the highway miles. $100 I know, a little greesy but I will clean before shipping. Great shape!
  7. Want to Buy
    I've got a 6 Spring Clutch but the 2No 4" Dia steel rings that go on the hub before the first clutch plate are missing, anybody got a knackered clutch with these spare ?
  8. Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    Here are some hard numbers for anyone considering getting Ti bolts to replace the OEM steel bolts for mounting brake disks on their TL. I got Pro-Bolt Ti bolts from OEM steel bolts (qty: 5) = 83.0g Ti bolts (qty: 5) = 46.4g (44% weight savings) For those with Marchesini...
  9. The Video Store
    Dont know if this is a repost ,but even if it is it's worth seeing again .:hail
  10. Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    has any one put on stanless steel coolent lines in a tl1000S? ia looking to do it to mine and i want to know what mods if any i need to make for example to i need to tap the radator or can i slide the stanless line on and put a decritive hose clap on and be fine?
  11. Help Forum
    hi i have been trying to find a set of stainless steel high level down pipes for my TL1OOOs can any body help. Thanks Mike
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