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Old 06-22-2012, 12:47 AM   #284
Twin-shocker
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Originally Posted by LowPSI View Post
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This Reflex was at the Colorado National. It has an aftermarket tank, bars, sprocket, rear fender, skid plate, pegs, exhaust and chain guard. The shocks look like stockers. Nice bike. There were some tricked out TY's there too.
Bike pictured is a TLR250..........these have a different steering angle, better hubs, longer travel front forks, close ratio gear-box, bigger fin cylinder, and of course are 250cc. The exhaust fitted on that one is very restrictive though, so I wouldnt imagine its going to run that great, but does look quite nice.

Alternatively it could also be an RS250TA, which was in effect a TLR250 which the factory fitted a few uprated parts to, including the tank-seat unit on that bike.

To all intents and purposes though a TLR200 with the right modifications works much better than the 250, which has on-off power delivery due to having far too little flywheel weight, is too light on the front (reason why the bike pictured has the rests moved forward, which is a good idea on all TLR's), and has some parts which are difficult/impossible to get.
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