ADVR R80G/S registry.... who's got one?

Discussion in 'Airheads' started by Solo Lobo, Sep 22, 2008.

  1. Box'a'bits

    Box'a'bits In need of repair

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    That rack is part of the Gletter subframe. Spendy...EUR 579 :D. Then you need a seat, exhaust, etc
  2. Oz Nutter

    Oz Nutter Long timer

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  3. Detroit Steve

    Detroit Steve Homely Adventurer

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    Further...
    Reasonable INSANE money:rofl
  4. Solo Lobo

    Solo Lobo airhead or nothing

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  5. DK Dan

    DK Dan Airhead adventure rider

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    Consider it an investment :deal After seeing the PD tank prices on e-bay etc. I'm almost afraid to use mine when going offroad and risking dents :eek1

    Some time ago I noticed that the german company Wunderlich had mounted a 35 liter aluminum tank to one of their very nice concept bikes. The tank looks totally identical to the G/S PD tank. Would be interesting to hear prices + details about it. Link: http://www.wunderlich-bmw.com/en/shop/16/1/1/
  6. Ras Thurlo

    Ras Thurlo Desert Lion

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    The PD tank looks great, but is expensive to get and any rider above a certain height is precluded - as your knee is further forward than the side step.

    I just got a kevlar version of the PD tank from TAG in Italy, they still have the mould from back in the 80s and can make reruns. See below for Desert Piston's example.

    The side step is pushed forward (approx 40mm) and has a more of an open angle, so should work with the legs. Its light and has internal baffles to limit petrol slosh.

    Can post some photos if y'all interested


    http://www.desertpistons.com/4strokesd/TAG/Tagindex.htm
  7. Airhead Wrangler

    Airhead Wrangler Long timer

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  8. Chad M

    Chad M A full head of air.

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    I saw the '97 price guide and they were $850 (or so) US dollars. I would imagine they've gone up a bit since then.

    http://micapeak.com/bmw/gs/tagprice.txt

    I am seriously considering one of these. I've never even sat on a G/S with the PD tank so I had no idea there were height issues (femur length more specifically) with that tank. I'm 6'2" with a 34" inseam.... does that preclude me from the "sits comfortably with a PD tank crowd"???
  9. Ras Thurlo

    Ras Thurlo Desert Lion

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    Euro 750 (pre tax)

    Not a steal but cooler and cheaper than an original

    Also @ 6"4 can't have OEM
  10. Airhead Wrangler

    Airhead Wrangler Long timer

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    Does TAG still sell any of their other parts? SWINGARMS???
  11. Ras Thurlo

    Ras Thurlo Desert Lion

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    yes- they still do swing arms, see photo........I have my r100gs frame with them now

    they have been a BMW and Triumph dealer for the last few years and my impression was that they were now keen on getting back into mods

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  12. Solo Lobo

    Solo Lobo airhead or nothing

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    That's quite tasty... how much $$ ?
  13. Ras Thurlo

    Ras Thurlo Desert Lion

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    EUR 730 for extended (+100mm) mono
  14. Airhead Wrangler

    Airhead Wrangler Long timer

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    Does that include extending your driveshaft for you?
  15. Ras Thurlo

    Ras Thurlo Desert Lion

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    yes driveshaft included
  16. Airhead Wrangler

    Airhead Wrangler Long timer

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    Cool. You owe us photos when you get all your pieces back. Deal? I'm curious to see what they do to your frame. I've always really liked the look of the work they do, but have been very surprised at how little information about TAG is available on the internet. I tried to contact them a few years ago as I was curious to see if they were still in business, but didn't have any success.

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    This thing is just HOT:

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    I'd be curious to see better photos of what looks like their own paralever design.
  17. Solo Lobo

    Solo Lobo airhead or nothing

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    Does that include or exclude VAT? And, can you provide contact information fro these guys?

    Thanks!
  18. Ras Thurlo

    Ras Thurlo Desert Lion

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    As ridden in a Pharaoh's Rally

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  19. Clay Spinner

    Clay Spinner Been here awhile

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    That low fender if definitely the way to go Ras! Don't be told otherwise!! :D
  20. Iron pig

    Iron pig n00b

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    Thought I'd add mine , a 1981 g/s vin 1202 . Will put a pic up when I learn how to