Hello from finland!!
At first i have to apologise typos what i may do!! (I speak english much more better than wrote it)
I had yamaha r6 over 4 years and i built it little bit and it looks like this
But at one night after work this hapend
I hit a speedbump about 150km/h (about 110mph)
Just finnished my TLS Streetfighter project (well almost).
Waiting for a Sprint damper in the post off of Timr.
The mods are:
One off billet tope yoke with risers (made by my brother Danny84)
Triumph Speed Triple lights and Cowl
Radiator overflow botle...
I'm pulling my hair out here ! :banghead
I have searched high and low for a low cost modification to keep my stock damper.
I have a one off top yoke, renthals, and no cash left and I can't afford a fancy after market damper. I can however afford to make some sort of bracket.
One way I have...
i just got some news that my wife and i are expecting a baby.:thumbup. so the bike has to go to get rid of some bills. the bike has 18,--- miles on it, has lots of extras - yosh rs-3 carbon(shortened), vandriver billet exhaust hangers, vandriver billet rear brake resivoir, vandriver billet front...
Hah wouldn't it be nice!!!!
Here's my latest mods
SV Belly pan, Shortened Yosh TRC Carbon can, Custon Stainless mid pipe (to make Yosh can fit Two Bros header) Raised the seat & front of tail 1/2", New dash, New headlight mount & Yosh Billet upper triple!
I decided to streetfighter my 97 TLS. Tried not to spend much. Basically, custom top yoke, made by my brother. Got a triumph speed tripple front cowl and lights, GSXR clocks and renthal bars. Here are a few pics of my one off yoke. I have tried to attach some pics. hope it works. I will post...
i want to chop the subframe down to where there is only the seat. my question is: i want to keep my dual yosh pipes coming out the back. since there is no support if i chop the subframe will my exhaust be ok?
I am very excited about some goodies I have here -namely the brass knuckle sheel guards and mirrors mounted on the radiators! Check em out!
Going to get some vynil and make a name for her -maybe just a jolley roger or "Dirty Fighter"
Still have some ideas about goodies to...
Well, I am starting grad school this summer so I won't have enough time to devote to the TL like it deserves. Because of that, I have decided to sell it. :(
It's a 99 TLS that I have streetfightered. Still has some cosmetic things I would have liked to have done but never had the time nor...
This just received from an old riding buddie in socal. He has owned many bikes including a TLS, tricked out SV1000, speed triple, busa, (and restored Kawi triples) Here you go:
So I booked a demo ride on the new Duc Streetfighter 1098 this morning at SoCal Ducati/Triumph. Bad mistake. Now my...
Greetings all, (eh)
I bought a '97 TLS a in in the summer of 2007. Loved the V-twin torque and ride of the bike. I put off doing mods to it for the most part as the riding season is short here in east coast Canada and I'm away for school all Winter. My good fortune with the bike ran out back...
hi all, here`s some pic`s of the project.:D..
everything is home made, its first time im building a machine, so its going a bit slow, but what the heck, its fun:)
like to hear what you think of it, good or bad;)
i have a problem by the way... i dont know where the hose from the atmosferic air...
I crashed my tilles with cold tires and... I had to fix it.
And some project pics
Picked the bike up over the winter and the project began...Like most of the women I've been with its has caused head aches, cost lots at times and is not the prettiest but is a hell of a ride....so far it has Renthal Streetfighter Bars, Pazzo Levers, ABM tripple tree, SS front brake lines...
Hello, I am (obviously) new to the forums and thought I would ask for help and introduce myself at the same time.
I recently bought a 1999 TL1000S that had been salvaged for VERY cheap. Apparently the front end had been damaged, but the frame, forks, engine etc was okay. In a nutshell all the...
So, I've got my Answer "fat bar" conversion mounted to the trees.
I used 1" tall spacers above the triple trees to assure that the fork adjusters cleared.
For those who have already done "upright bar" conversions: will I need to replace any of the cables <clutch, throttle> to get a full turn...