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    Have put a tlr 1000 in a ducati frame, for 4 and 6 hours racing.. but we have never droven a tlr before, and dont now the motor.. is ther some week points that we must tink about, or eany other stuff to re bulid, about the motor or air box, read some about a air flov sensor... or gasoline pressuir... if eany off you now somethin, press the tell, tell, button.... redg. peter...
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    There is a sensor in air box and atmosphere pressure sensor that goes under the head light on a tlr. They claim if you take out the secsessor gears in the head it will eliminate rotating wait and rev faster. I would look at that for a race bike.

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      Re: TLR engine for racing

      Originally posted by mudduck9 View Post
      There is a sensor in air box and atmosphere pressure sensor that goes under the head light on a tlr. They claim if you take out the secsessor gears in the head it will eliminate rotating wait and rev faster. I would look at that for a race bike.
      Out of the head you will mostlikely never notice the difference. There are supposed to be some on the crank that are fairly heavy and produce decent results when removing. Also, make sure the rev limiter is left stock. They don't like being over reved. As far as motor work and what it takes to make power for racing them the best person to talk to is Sam, over in the uk or kendall berg here in the us.
      Mike Rock
      NESBA #506 '98 TLR
      American cycle performance MRP motorsports

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