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  • SuperStreet Bike Back To Future 2011 TLR

    Posted on the zone but felt I should share on both


    They did the TLS a while back and now I can't find what I did with the magazine

    This is from this months issue I got yesterday.

    I always love seeing this to:
    "The Original TL1000R Still Has A Cult Following"
    and why wouldn't it? !

    1997 Suzuki TL1000S -

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    Re: SuperStreet Bike Back To Future 2011 TLR

    dibs Dibs Dibs !

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    • #3
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      that Kar Lee guy needs design job in a bike factory. Allways bringing out awesome concepts

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      • #4
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        I would love a next gen tlr.Would be impressive.With power close to ducati bikes.If it come true some day...

        p.s. a link to the tls?

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        • #5
          Re: SuperStreet Bike Back To Future 2011 TLR

          Suzuki should look around they have a bike that's +/- 12 years on and still the talk of many bikers...Wow ...Be A utiful concept bike ...were do a sign up.

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            Re: SuperStreet Bike Back To Future 2011 TLR

            sign me up.

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            • #7
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              Funny, that's the paint scheme (GSVR MotoGP) I'll be using on my TLR.

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              • #8
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                Group buy lets get 100 people to get em to make it

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                • #9
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                  now what would be cool is to get someone to make a retro fit body kit to make our R's look like that....I would for go the underskin stuff....we all do that anyway...nothing new there....but that body is HOT......so who has a connection that can make this happen? And not that cheap shit China stuff

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                  • #10
                    Re: SuperStreet Bike Back To Future 2011 TLR

                    I disagree completely. I would love to see the TL1000R re-released, however, outside of upgrading more horsepower/torque, they would merely be destroying the very thing we wish to preserve.
                    A new design would not be a Tiller, just a new bike with the same name. Is it the bike everyone loves..... or just the name?


                    No sense messing with perfection, IMO.

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                    • #11
                      Re: SuperStreet Bike Back To Future 2011 TLR

                      That is sweet! I want to see the TLS one.
                      My build thread --->http://www.tlplanet.com/forums/showthread.php?t=79793
                      My suspension upgrade --->http://www.tlplanet.com/forums/showthread.php?t=84704
                      Plumbers and Pipefitters L.U. 441
                      SAL/ALR Post 401
                      Wichita, Ks.

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                      • #12
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                        That bike is hot.
                        when i perfect my figerglass skills, its next on my list.
                        Suzuki's TL1000 is one of the few bikes that'll make you waltz into your boss' office and spout: "you can fire me, but I'm going riding!"

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                        • #13
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                          I'd love to see it DEVELOPED, not dumbed-down. I don't care if they call it a TLS, TLR, or SV1000RR. I just want at least some of the air intake thru the front, like thru the steering neck perhaps, and modern state of the art USD forks with state of the art radial brakes, near 1200 CC, lots of power, and modern state of the art brakes.
                          It's about control skill; this is a motorized dance for joy and not Russian roulette.

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                            Re: SuperStreet Bike Back To Future 2011 TLR

                            Originally posted by JoshCampbell View Post
                            I disagree completely. I would love to see the TL1000R re-released, however, outside of upgrading more horsepower/torque, they would merely be destroying the very thing we wish to preserve.
                            A new design would not be a Tiller, just a new bike with the same name. Is it the bike everyone loves..... or just the name?


                            No sense messing with perfection, IMO.
                            The reason i got myself a TLR was for the tail, something about it just appealed to me. So yes, if the TLR was to be brought back again it would need to retain the hump in some form and i think the above picture has done that nicely.
                            Nothing sounds hornier than twins screaming their tits off!

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                            • #15
                              Re: SuperStreet Bike Back To Future 2011 TLR

                              Originally posted by bentlr666 View Post
                              The reason i got myself a TLR was for the tail, something about it just appealed to me. So yes, if the TLR was to be brought back again it would need to retain the hump in some form and i think the above picture has done that nicely.
                              i agree, they keep all the best parts and just update and remodel all the rest. =)

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