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Went to the show on Thursday 17th for the day, but should have stayed for a couple of more days, at least....there was so much to see.

7 very large Halls filled with every manufacturer you could think of that has anything remotely to do with Motorcycles under one roof.

The Benelli stand was located at the outer edge of Hall 10 but seemed to attract a fair amount of interest throughout the day.

On the stand were:-

4 TNT Sports (in Green, Red, Yellow and Black)

1 TNT Cafe racer (in Gold)
www.bikepics.com/pictures/471170/

1 TNT Titanium (in Black/Silver)
All of the TNT's were fitted with slightly restyled radiator pods which now incorporate electric fans to aid slow speed cooling.
www.bikepics.com/pictures/471173/

1 Standard Tornado (in Green/Silver)

1 RS Tornado (in Yellow)

1 1130 Tornado (in Silver/Black)
This model was listed as having 50mm Marzocchi upside down front forks which were adjustable in compression and extension with spring pre-load, a wet clutch and an 'Extreme Technology' rear shock which was also adjustable in compression and extension with spring pre-load.

1 1130 Tornado (in Orange/Black)
This model was listed as having 43mm Ohlin upside down front forks which were adjustable in compression and extension with spring pre-load, a dry 'anti-blocking' clutch, a magnesium sump, an 'Ohlin' rear shock which was also adjustable in compression and extension with spring pre-load and Marchesini wheels in forged aluminium.

Both 1130 Tornado's were finished in matt paint with a 'suede effect' rider seat.

1 TRE-K (in Silver/Black)
This model also sported the Matt style paint with a dual 'suede effect' seat but also had a restyled reinforced frame and a higher ground clearance.
Other features included front mounted radiator, single under seat exhaust and mirror mounted indicators.
www.bikepics.com/members/laurencewhite/06trek/

I also 'stumbled' over a company called 'Robbymoto Engineering' that do adjustable rear sets, camshafts and pistons for the Tornado and TNT. They also have other parts for the TNT in their catalogue (number plate holder and handlebar kits) but none of these are shown on their website as yet.

http://www.robbymotoeng.com/eng/chisiamo_en.asp

If anyone wants any more details from their catalogue, just let me know.
 
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Re: missing pics

I couldn't get the pictures to load on the page, so I included links to the pic's instead!!
 
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