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  • hagon rear tlr shock

    Monoshocks for your Suzuki TL1000R are not held in stock, but we can get one
    here within 10 days to two weeks from the date of order. We will be CLOSED
    2-21 November, but would be happy to order the shock on our return.

    Cost is $335, plus UPS at cost to you which will vary depending on your zip
    code. It would be useful to know your weight, whether you carry passengers
    ( % of the time, passenger weight?), what aftermarket accessories you have
    fitted (e.g. a fairing or luggage) and the maximum load you expect to carry.
    If Hagons determine that your loading exceeds the design parameters of the
    shock, they can supply shocks with uprated springs for a $50 surcharge.
    Shocks are also available to special order with a remote hydraulic preload
    adjuster- these are $485 each.

    Shocks are fully rebuildable and feature infinitely adjustable preload
    (threaded spring collar), adjustable linked compression and rebound damping
    and a two year unlimited mileage warranty against failure due to
    manufacturing defect. Shocks are not returnable once they have been fitted.
    All adjusting tools are included with the shock.


    For special orders we ask for a 50% good faith deposit when we order, with
    the balance due when we ship. If you're interested in ordering, we accept
    VISA & Mastercard; we need:
    - name as it appears on your credit card
    -daytime phone number
    -billing address for the card
    -ship-to address if different
    -card number
    -expiration date.

    Call or Fax if you are uneasy about emailing credit card details.

    Let me know if I can offer you any other information.


    All the best,

    Dave Quinn
    Dave Quinn Motorcycles
    335 Litchfield Tpke Bethany CT 06524 USA
    203-393-2651 FAX 203-393-1725
    9-5 M T Th F 9-12 Sa
    [email protected]
    www.davequinnmotorcycles.com
    i think this sound like a cheap alternative to the other shcoks available for us
    maybe we can get a grooup buy on it
    MY MODS:
    Ackrapovic Evo II full exhaust Head Work,Flowed injectors,Port /Polish exh and intake.cams,subframe,projector headlights,gap mod,Undertray,air/oil breather,pair valve removal,black frame Earth grounding mod . Dynojet PowercommanderII: (Custom Map by Orient Express):Galfer Wave Rotors Front & Rear: Pyramid Hugger:GSXR1k rear brake:A.T.R.E,Galfer Steel braided lines Front & Rear:TLS Cable Clutch Conversion:Woodcraft clipons:Vortex top triple clamp: DID Erv2 gold 520 conversion: Spocket Specialist Titan Tough Sprocket 17/41:GSXR tail: Nocut Frame Sliders:Air Tech Black Chrome Windscreen:LP Carbon Mirrors:Raised Tail 3/4" Ohlins Steering Damper:BRG 1/5 Throttle:GP Tech Fairing Bracket: Clear Alternative tail light:Black rims, ProTeck rearsets.gixxer 1k fender.Bitubo shock,custom projector headlights Race plastics and air tubes by AK composite 3/4 tail rasier custom made by TLDV8
    Going For 440 wet weight.136 +HP. 72 +TQ

    TO BE CONTINUED

  • #2
    they dont specify tls on the website. is it an option?

    2000 tillis plus stuff with some polished stuff and some carbon fiber stuff and a little bit of tlr stuff and some gsxr stuff

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    • #3
      maybe something for us on this side of the pond to look into as well, group buy that is ?

      Where are these shocks manufactured?
      PCIIIUSB::CZ wheels::Akra f/s custom cans&hangers::Bitubo shock::GSXR750 K4 legs::R1 calipers::GSXR K2 rear caliper::ExtremeTech damper::Race rearsets::Joe V mod::K&N filter::Van's CCC+PP::Barnett springs::GiPro ATRE::1/5 throttle::C/F mirrors+hugger+fender+tankprotector::LP screen::mod subframe w/ gap tray::undertail::flush indicators::Van's rear cup::Brembo 19x18::Braided lines::Galfer wave rear rotor::Speedking mod OEM rotors::Van's ecc::WC clipons::520 @ 16/40::Van's spr cover::TWM cap::

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      • #4
        sorry i didnt search for the tillis shock on the there website ,since i have the tlr.
        MY MODS:
        Ackrapovic Evo II full exhaust Head Work,Flowed injectors,Port /Polish exh and intake.cams,subframe,projector headlights,gap mod,Undertray,air/oil breather,pair valve removal,black frame Earth grounding mod . Dynojet PowercommanderII: (Custom Map by Orient Express):Galfer Wave Rotors Front & Rear: Pyramid Hugger:GSXR1k rear brake:A.T.R.E,Galfer Steel braided lines Front & Rear:TLS Cable Clutch Conversion:Woodcraft clipons:Vortex top triple clamp: DID Erv2 gold 520 conversion: Spocket Specialist Titan Tough Sprocket 17/41:GSXR tail: Nocut Frame Sliders:Air Tech Black Chrome Windscreen:LP Carbon Mirrors:Raised Tail 3/4" Ohlins Steering Damper:BRG 1/5 Throttle:GP Tech Fairing Bracket: Clear Alternative tail light:Black rims, ProTeck rearsets.gixxer 1k fender.Bitubo shock,custom projector headlights Race plastics and air tubes by AK composite 3/4 tail rasier custom made by TLDV8
        Going For 440 wet weight.136 +HP. 72 +TQ

        TO BE CONTINUED

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        • #5
          this is there web site
          http://www.hagon-shocks.co.uk/main1st.htm
          ps i got the 411 on this shock from one of our fellow members from the other side of the pond(uk),
          MY MODS:
          Ackrapovic Evo II full exhaust Head Work,Flowed injectors,Port /Polish exh and intake.cams,subframe,projector headlights,gap mod,Undertray,air/oil breather,pair valve removal,black frame Earth grounding mod . Dynojet PowercommanderII: (Custom Map by Orient Express):Galfer Wave Rotors Front & Rear: Pyramid Hugger:GSXR1k rear brake:A.T.R.E,Galfer Steel braided lines Front & Rear:TLS Cable Clutch Conversion:Woodcraft clipons:Vortex top triple clamp: DID Erv2 gold 520 conversion: Spocket Specialist Titan Tough Sprocket 17/41:GSXR tail: Nocut Frame Sliders:Air Tech Black Chrome Windscreen:LP Carbon Mirrors:Raised Tail 3/4" Ohlins Steering Damper:BRG 1/5 Throttle:GP Tech Fairing Bracket: Clear Alternative tail light:Black rims, ProTeck rearsets.gixxer 1k fender.Bitubo shock,custom projector headlights Race plastics and air tubes by AK composite 3/4 tail rasier custom made by TLDV8
          Going For 440 wet weight.136 +HP. 72 +TQ

          TO BE CONTINUED

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          • #6
            How do the Hagon shocks compare in quality to a Penske or Ohlins? I've never heard of Hagon before.
            2001 TL 1000R, unused and neglected.

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            • #7
              Hi,

              Hagon have a good name in the UK, and build quality is good.
              I have just fitted one to my TLR recently and initial feelings are that it is very good. Obviously I cannot compare it to Penske or Ohlins as I have not ridden a bike with them on for comparison.

              I will call my contact in Hagon tomorrow and let you know what the deal is with the TLS and what sort of group buy you can get.

              I am happy to help in any way I can for you fellow tiller owners.

              some more pics of the fitting :

              http://www.suzuki-club.co.uk/tlrhagon.htm


              EX- Webmaster/Editor for the Suzuki Owners Club UK! Still a member though! ;-)
              www.suzukiownersclub.co.uk

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              • #8
                tone

                this could turn out being a great deal since its prolly way better than the rotary and not a whole lotta $$$ either!
                PCIIIUSB::CZ wheels::Akra f/s custom cans&hangers::Bitubo shock::GSXR750 K4 legs::R1 calipers::GSXR K2 rear caliper::ExtremeTech damper::Race rearsets::Joe V mod::K&N filter::Van's CCC+PP::Barnett springs::GiPro ATRE::1/5 throttle::C/F mirrors+hugger+fender+tankprotector::LP screen::mod subframe w/ gap tray::undertail::flush indicators::Van's rear cup::Brembo 19x18::Braided lines::Galfer wave rear rotor::Speedking mod OEM rotors::Van's ecc::WC clipons::520 @ 16/40::Van's spr cover::TWM cap::

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                • #9
                  thats what im looking at getting rid of the rotaty thing and saving some weight,
                  MY MODS:
                  Ackrapovic Evo II full exhaust Head Work,Flowed injectors,Port /Polish exh and intake.cams,subframe,projector headlights,gap mod,Undertray,air/oil breather,pair valve removal,black frame Earth grounding mod . Dynojet PowercommanderII: (Custom Map by Orient Express):Galfer Wave Rotors Front & Rear: Pyramid Hugger:GSXR1k rear brake:A.T.R.E,Galfer Steel braided lines Front & Rear:TLS Cable Clutch Conversion:Woodcraft clipons:Vortex top triple clamp: DID Erv2 gold 520 conversion: Spocket Specialist Titan Tough Sprocket 17/41:GSXR tail: Nocut Frame Sliders:Air Tech Black Chrome Windscreen:LP Carbon Mirrors:Raised Tail 3/4" Ohlins Steering Damper:BRG 1/5 Throttle:GP Tech Fairing Bracket: Clear Alternative tail light:Black rims, ProTeck rearsets.gixxer 1k fender.Bitubo shock,custom projector headlights Race plastics and air tubes by AK composite 3/4 tail rasier custom made by TLDV8
                  Going For 440 wet weight.136 +HP. 72 +TQ

                  TO BE CONTINUED

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                  • #10
                    I have ordered 1 for my TLR its arriving in december,I will be giving a full report when it arrives.I already put a post about hagon shocks a while ago they are half the price of anything else we can get over here.
                    cheers

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                    • #11
                      Cost is $335, plus UPS at cost to you which will vary depending on your zip
                      code. It would be useful to know your weight, whether you carry passengers
                      ( % of the time, passenger weight?), what aftermarket accessories you have
                      fitted (e.g. a fairing or luggage) and the maximum load you expect to carry.
                      If Hagons determine that your loading exceeds the design parameters of the
                      shock, they can supply shocks with uprated springs for a $50 surcharge.
                      Shocks are also available to special order with a remote hydraulic preload
                      adjuster- these are $485 each.

                      335 is pretty cheap for a rear shock. What would be the advantage of the remote hydraulic adjuster for the 485?
                      I know nothing about bikes.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by freakinheat
                        Cost is $335, plus UPS at cost to you which will vary depending on your zip
                        code. It would be useful to know your weight, whether you carry passengers
                        ( % of the time, passenger weight?), what aftermarket accessories you have
                        fitted (e.g. a fairing or luggage) and the maximum load you expect to carry.
                        If Hagons determine that your loading exceeds the design parameters of the
                        shock, they can supply shocks with uprated springs for a $50 surcharge.
                        Shocks are also available to special order with a remote hydraulic preload
                        adjuster- these are $485 each.

                        335 is pretty cheap for a rear shock. What would be the advantage of the remote hydraulic adjuster for the 485?
                        Makes it much easier to set the preload.
                        PCIIIUSB::CZ wheels::Akra f/s custom cans&hangers::Bitubo shock::GSXR750 K4 legs::R1 calipers::GSXR K2 rear caliper::ExtremeTech damper::Race rearsets::Joe V mod::K&N filter::Van's CCC+PP::Barnett springs::GiPro ATRE::1/5 throttle::C/F mirrors+hugger+fender+tankprotector::LP screen::mod subframe w/ gap tray::undertail::flush indicators::Van's rear cup::Brembo 19x18::Braided lines::Galfer wave rear rotor::Speedking mod OEM rotors::Van's ecc::WC clipons::520 @ 16/40::Van's spr cover::TWM cap::

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                        • #13
                          What I would say is thet with the Rotary damping unit gone, the space around the shock is increased. This means that preload adjustment is pretty easy to get to. The hydraulic adjuster could be put somewhere easy to get to to 'dial' in the preload easily but since I don't change it often I can manage without. You get the allen key and c spanner with the shock.



                          EX- Webmaster/Editor for the Suzuki Owners Club UK! Still a member though! ;-)
                          www.suzukiownersclub.co.uk

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                          • #14
                            I'm in if there's a group buy! Finally, a reasonably priced rear shock option.

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                            • #15
                              The way oneeviltwin's picture shows it, the Hagon piece replaces both the shock AND the rotary damper. Is that right? And what about the link pictured? Eliminated too?

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