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  1. Help Forum
    My TLS used to run at 79oC ... it is currently running at 83/84oC ... is this bad ... ? It is also winter so I would expect to run cooler! I have just had the fuel filter changed (it has 50k miles), TPS, valve clearances and throttle bodies adjusted ... due to poor running and stalling at low...
  2. Help Forum
    Hello everyone. I went to start the bike today and it wouldnt turn on.Turns over but no go. It gave me a FI code for engine coolant temp sensor. Would a bad temp sensor cause it to flood and not start? I know it regulates fuel and air flow by the ecu. anyone have this problem before and is...
  3. Help Forum
    Hey fellas im having a problem with my 1998 TLR. I put the key in and everything powers up but the temp sensor is reading already 87 degress. I took a loook at the shop manual and that it could be a bad sensor or gauge meter. Did anyone have the same problem or should i just startwith replacing...
  4. Help Forum
    I just picked a 97 TLS took it for a quick spin it running at 185F to 195F.At what temp should the fans turn on? Any help would be cool.Thanks
  5. Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    Hi I have a 1997 TLS there are a few issue with an oil leak at the moment but i also noticed that the temp gauge was running hi at around 105 -110 is this normal???? what should the gauge be reading?? thanks
  6. Help Forum
    Hi Zone, I should be getting my new Daytona temp gauge shortly. I will be adding this due to my GSXR gauge conversion and the gauge not showing the water temp reading. If anyone has done this on an "R" model, please post up some pictures of where you placed the Daytona, and how you fabricated...
  7. Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    Ok guys, When i started my bike i just happened to norice that the right hand exhaust can was hotter that the left side. I went for a 15 minute ride and when I got home I let the bike set for about 5 minuts. I used a infrared temp guage to check the temps buy the baffle exit. L/H 180 Deg, R/H...
  8. Open Forum
    What is the normal tempreture of a tl when you are doing normal open road riding? Before I had my bikes motor redone it use to run at 82'C and now iys running between 86'C and 89'C:confused
  9. Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    My radiator has a a temp sensor on the left and right sides. There the cable is attached to only the right side sensor. The manual only shows a right side sensor. What gives?
  10. Want to Buy
    Moving the temp sensor on a friends 97 TLS from the radiator. There's one on Ebay but would rather money went to someone here.
  11. Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    Hi guys My new TLR is running 85 degrees on the road. How does that sound? On tickover last night she went up to 105 degrees while stationary. Is that normal or is coolant low? Sending her in for a service today anyway. F1 light is on also. Brian
  12. Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    i'm installing the daytona gauge... where is the best place to power this baby up from and also the the best place to earth it out... cheers
  13. UK Forum (Including Scotland)
    Can any one tell me at what temp should the fan come on tls 97 as just done an oil filter change and temp went to 95 and no fan still gota check fuse to see if its that or not
  14. Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    Interesting paint for you big ballin' money no object type. Dunno the cost.. overheard it on one of the sportbike shows tonight.
  15. Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    i used to run this bike about 5 years ago (TL1000s) and cant ever remember an issues with temp, but saying that i used to ride a bit harder so would not be looking at the temp. its back on the road now and i have noticed that it runs at about 63 degrees, even after taping up loads of the rad it...
  16. Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    well right now i have my D&D carbon fibers on, but the left side poped out today on my way to work, good thing not on my way home. so i drilled the rivets and re-riveted it :pirate but the holes where the rivets go through the carbon fiber sleeves are slots now, not holes :rant cheapest POS $500...
  17. Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    Just trying to find out the standard running temp for my 99 tlr which is stock standard. At the moment it is sitting on around 83 degrees celcius just standard riding on a sydney winters day 17-20 degrees celcius. Does that sound normal to anyone?:)
  18. Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    This is something The Ring-In brought up, and I think deserves it's own thread. My '97 takes a while to come up operating temp. of 80 C. Whats wrong with a switch that you could use at say, 30 C, tricking the ECU into runniing the +80 map, and switching it off after 10 or so minutes to get the...
  19. Suzuki TL1000R & TL1000S Forum
    i've got the gixxer clocks on and want to install the daytona temp gauge now. can i install using the stock sensor? if not, will the sensor that comes with the gauge fit into the housing? thanks in advance :hail
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