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1999 Suzuki Tl1000s on 2040-motos

YearYear:1999 MileageMileage:24755 ColorColor: Red

Wauconda, Illinois

Wauconda, IL
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1999 Suzuki TL1000S, Has a Yoshimura RS-3 exhaust and custom graphics. Wheelie monster with all that V twin torque - Take a good look. Here's the bike that started it all: the TL1000S. This is the motorcycle that redefined the concept of a V-twin sport bike. What's so special about a high-performance, 90-degree V-twin? One ride and you'll understand. The 90-degree angle of the TL1000's cylinders produces perfect primary balance for smooth acceleration from idle to redline. What's more, the 1999 TL1000S provides low-end torque that lets you exit a tight corner and accelerate hard from a virtual standstill. While the best 90-degree V-twins have always offered that kind of performance, Suzuki took it one step further. Thanks to a variety of technological innovations, the TL1000S combines low-end pulling power with remarkable top-end performance.

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