Ttr-125l, Le, ....ls(?)

I understand the difference between a TTR-125 "L", and "LE", but there's a 2004 TTR-125LS listed for sale locally, and I cannot find any information (yup, I did a search but didn't really find anything. Only differences between the L and LE) on what the "S" stands for. I googled it also and didn't really find any info.

Any ideas?

Thanks

Simple.

There is no such thing as an "LS" model. The seller either made a mistake, or doesn't know what they have.

The seller either made a mistake, or doesn't know what they have.

O-tay, Thanks. That's what I was thinking, but thought there may be an "LS" model I wasn't aware of.

Thanks for the reply.

Carl

Actually they are all "S". ES, LES & LS. Nobody uses the S because they all have S. The dealers don't even use it.:thumbsup:

If there's an L in the model, it has larger wheels and a front disc brake. If there's an E, it has electric start. Those are really the only model designations that have any meaning.

If there's an L in the model, it has larger wheels and a front disc brake. If there's an E, it has electric start. Those are really the only model designations that have any meaning.

cohocarl said "I understand the difference between a TTR-125 "L", and "LE","

I'm just saying

Get teh one without electric start. Lighter and the flywheel mod really wakes the bike up!

Thanks for the replies. (he sold it before I called anyways.....)

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