Bmw f 800 gs rallycomp "x"

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  1. arjones

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  2. ebrabaek

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    CNC plug for the airbox top, to be used as a compression type cast.....?????:ear
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  3. Motorfiets

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    i think thats the screen actually... :D
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    And here I was getting really exited.......:D:freaky
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  5. Gumbeaux

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    This looks really nice. I like it and I think you could sell a lot of these.

    Lots of questions here:

    1-It seems this product is available for order on the website, but it is not clear if this product is really a finished product ready for sale. Are any orders right now just "pre-orders" a la Kickstarter? When is this product REALLY available? When can we expect to see actual finished product photos?

    2-Does it come in white to match my white F800GS?

    3-What becomes of the stock front beak on the F800GS? Can I keep that setup with low fender if I want? What about the other stock plastic bits (side panels)? Do they disappear or get replaced?

    4-Can we see a cockpit view? What happens to the stock gauges, etc?

    5-Any chance to get installation instructions? That might answer questions 3 and 4 above and give people a better sense of what is "in the box" here.
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    Nice work. I applaud your initiative and wish you best of luck!
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  6. Manuelv

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    Hello Gumbeaux
    I am glad that the hull RallyComp X is to your liking.
    The product without plexyglass is ready for sale. At present, the average waiting time to receive the kit directly to the apartment is about 10 days from the date of purchase.
    The hull we call crude in glossy white ABS, which can also be used as is without paint it.
    All the original fairing BMW is removed except for the airbox cover that remains in use.
    The original BMW chassis support lights / equipment is removed.
    The kit includes a new chassis from billet aluminum, support lights, instrumentation and will be available in a few weeks the door gps / roadbook.
    If you need further information please do not hesitate to ask, you can also write to info@specialthings.it

    greetings
    Manuel


    fairing view from the driver's seat
    version without plexyglass
    for the version with the Plexiglas must wait until the next EICMA in Milan
    http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=803960&page=3
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  7. Sohere

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    Where is MST located at the EICMA? Can't wait to see the fairing!
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  8. Manuelv

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    Hall 10
    Stand D73 by Carat
    just bring the BMW F 800 GS RallyComp X

    nd we are working to get ready plexyglass

    At the orders received in Eicma will receive a special discount just for the occasion.
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  9. arjones

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    Did you guy rode this set up in really difficult terrain? How is the vibration? the crash bars available nowadays are compatible with the rallycomp x?

    thanks.
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  10. Manuelv

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    Is the height lower with the plexiglass setup?

    How much higher is the top of the fairing than the oem height?
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  12. arjones

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    Is this set up capable of riding trough real off road? How about vibrations and bumps?

    Thanks in advance. And of course, one more question: are you guys up to ship this to other country outside Euro community? Maybe I can be the first buyer from South America...:deal
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  13. Manuelv

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    the fairing with PLEXIGLAS bottom is shorter than about 70 mm compared to that closed. anyone who wants it is possible to have a PLEXIGLAS high in order to have a fairing high as that closed. Compared to the original headlights (and therefore also the top fairing) are higher OEM of about 150 mm.
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  14. Manuelv

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    From our experience there are no problems of vibration and shock resistance that normally there during off-road use. For shipping there are no problems, we ship worldwide.
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  15. arjones

    arjones Roads and Waves

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    Thank you, Manuelv. Just one more if you don't mind... are the crash bars available nowadays compatible with the rallycomp x?

    Best regards,

    Arjones.
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  16. Manuelv

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    hello arjones from our information security tubular motor is compatible with the hull RallyComp X, but remains visible in the top front
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  17. arjones

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  18. Manuelv

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    Hi Hello guys
    we finished the mathematical models of the two side tanks for the RallyComp X fairing. .. we have two options to choose from

    12 liters Model 1


    18 liters Model 2



    what do you think? Which we develop?
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  19. Sohere

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    If you take the 18l model, you can compete with the touratech tank.
    But it's like you guys said on the eicma, more capacity is more weight and could result in too much weight on the front of the bike (like the touratech tank).

    You said you would fix this by placing the tanks lower on the bike. So I'd go for the 18l. But then again, design has to be nice aswell.

    Any sketches of the tanks?


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  20. Manuelv

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    We have the designs of prototypes but we still do not / want to publish ...... considering the shapes of the side panels of our RalltComp X fairing ..
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