Suzuki TL 1000 S Suzuki

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  • Engine and transmission
    Engine type: 2 cylinders, 4-stroke, 90° V-twin
    Displacement: 996 cc (60.86 cubic inches)
    Bore × stroke: 98 mm × 66 mm (oversquare - shortstroke)
    Cooling system: Water cooled
    Power: 125.09 HP (92 kW) @ 8500 rpm (cranksh)
    Torque: 107 Nm (10.91 kg-m) @ 7100 rpm (cranksh)
        Valve train: DOHC, variable
        Valves per cylinder: 4

    Fuel and ignition:
        Sparks per cylinder: 1
        Fuel supply system: Fuel injection
        Ignition type: TCI (Transistor Controlled Ignition)

    Compression: 11.3:1
    Engine mounting: Transverse
    Lubrication system: Wet sump
    Gear box: Manual 6-speed
    Clutch: Wet, multiple discs, cable operated
    Final drive: Chain
    Spark plug pipe type: NGK, CR9EK
    Motor oil: 10W40
    Starter: Electric
  • Dimensions
    Wheel base: 1415 mm
    Seat height: 835 mm
        Curb weight: 216 kg
        Dry weight: 191 kg

  • Chassis and suspension
    Frame type: aluminium, Trellis frame
        Suspension: Cartridge - upside-down
        Suspension travel: 120 mm
        Brake: Twin Disk, Ø320 mm
        Tire: 120 / 70 R17 RZ
        Tire pressure: 2.5 bar, with pillion: 2.5 bar withpilion

        Suspension: mono shock, Swingarm
        Suspension travel: 128 mm
        Brake: Disk, Ø220 mm
        Tire: 190 / 50 R17 ZR
        Tire pressure: 2.5 bar, with pillion: 2.5 bar withpilion

  • Other
    ABS available: No
    Power-to-weight ratio: 0.43 HP/kg (2.35 kg/HP)
    Acceleration (0-100 km/h): 3.3 sec
    Top speed: 250 km/h
    Fuel capacity: 17 l
    Number of riders: 2 persons
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