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  • how much does a tlr1000 weigh???

    i've been asked afew times since getting the bike ,,cant seem to fine the info anywhere.....and i have no idea...
    Last edited by SDTLR; 09-21-2003, 05:26 PM.

  • #2
    Suzuki says 434 dry.

    I say 390 tops
    TLOTM:
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    August 2004

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    • #3
      197 kg (434 lbs)
      Bad boys drive bad toys !!
      -97 Suzuki TL1000S: PCII, KN-Filters,
      High-mount Akrapovic Carbon Exhaust, Wilbers etc...

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      • #4
        You'll loose about 60 Lbs. if you get rid of the stock rotary shock

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        • #5
          Has anyone had their bike weighed? I don't believe the mags anyway. Plus I have removed 30+ pounds of crap. I have been wanting to go to a nearby grain/feed silo and have mine weighed. I think it costs about $5 to put it on the scales.
          Common sense is not very common.

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          • #6
            434lbs is the stock dry weight
            Yepper, Still Alive.

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            • #7
              too damn much
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              • #8
                Its a heavy biatch rolling it around the garage.
                2003 TL1000R

                "Aint ever seen it.....but I have heard it." - Neil

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                • #9
                  The TLR weighs 510 lbs wet or 480 without fuel. That is the actuall weight, not Suzuki hype.

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                  • #10
                    + add 235 lbs if you are anything like me and then it's really f%#kin heavy
                    double bubble tinted screen, TLPlanet sticker (5hp), BRAKING rear wave rotor, Busa front calipers (Gold) Ivans TRE, Gixxer rear caliper (gold), Yoshi s/s cans, Galfer front & rear s/s lines, Galfer & EBC pads, Heel guards (magiver), TALON GOLD front & rear sprockets, 520 conversion, RK gold chain, Speedo Healer, Smoken's sliders, Bitubo steering damper, Clear clutch cover,GPI (pedro), Power commander,Tail raise spacers, Bitubo Rear Shock, Rifleman Gap Mod, ET's undertail, ufo tail light, yoyodine led indicators, licence plate holder, Tinted headlight protector, GCC tank protector,

                    Waiting for: carbon air intake covers, carbon mini hugger

                    To be fitted:
                    Race Tech springs, Race Tech Gold valves, Brembo clutch master cylinder,

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by TLR-NUT
                      The TLR weighs 510 lbs wet or 480 without fuel. That is the actuall weight, not Suzuki hype.



                      Someone weighed their's with 3/4 tank and it was right around 470. Bone stock
                      TLOTM:
                      May 2003
                      August 2004

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                      • #12
                        I put mine on a scale that is callibrated once a month, and with a full tank of gas it weighed460 lbs.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by VtwinHooligan
                          I put mine on a scale that is callibrated once a month, and with a full tank of gas it weighed460 lbs.
                          That sounds pretty realistic. I put this bike on a set of postal scales an it weighed 404lbs.
                          MRA Rider Rep; '99, '03, & '05 MRA SuperTwins GTO champ; Big Stick Racing

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                          • #14
                            vtwinhooligan....

                            welcome to the planet

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by horkn
                              vtwinhooligan....

                              welcome to the planet



                              Thanks for the backup too
                              TLOTM:
                              May 2003
                              August 2004

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