F800GS / F700GS / F650GS Twin pics

Discussion in 'Parallel Universe' started by baboon, Aug 1, 2008.

  1. Frostbit

    Frostbit Is it cold in here?

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    The GS's are made to play in the dirt, aren't they? :wings
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  2. blackie

    blackie Still Hibernating

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    Sweet! :clap waiting for the farkeling to start!:D
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  3. nat_han

    nat_han 2 Wheelers By Choice.. =]

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    you meant an after-market oversize fuel tank?

    i'd emailed touratech many weeks ago and reply was that there is no intention of Touratech Germany having any plans to design and sell aftermarket oversize tank for the F800GS. :(:
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  4. blackie

    blackie Still Hibernating

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    Ah ha I thought as much :1drink
    Thats sure one sweet gift you got!
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  5. Mr Ogmore

    Mr Ogmore no u

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    anyone slapped a 908RR / 606 combo on these suckers yet?

    Not one photo with decent tyres, soft!
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  6. n8foo

    n8foo Adventurer

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    Arrival! This is what I saw when I opened the dealer front door. What a sweet sight!
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    Knock, Knock, let me in. Ready to sleep in a new home...
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    First ride w/my friend FastEddy. Taken just off the S2 in east San Diego County. Hey at least I parked it in the dirt to take the shot! ;)
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    I'm loving this bike!

    Rest of the pics here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/n8foo/sets/72157607276260739/
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  7. Wildman

    Wildman In my castle

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    Cool! :thumb
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  8. FastEddy760

    FastEddy760 Lil' Mexican on a 990s

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  9. on2wheels52

    on2wheels52 Long timer

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    Unfortunately it was a rental, waiting for an 800gs.

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    Jim
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  10. 2whelman

    2whelman addict

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    crap, even a KLR has a better system, seems like BMW has to screw something up on every bike they make. Not that this will keep me from owning one.
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  11. berkly

    berkly Adventurer

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    Well it wasnt as muddy as I thought it would be, but we rode about 200 miles of dirt tracks, marble deep gravel, some atv trails and a railroad bridge.

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  12. 65fl

    65fl Been here awhile

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    Picked this up 8/27, I've been a happy camper ever since.

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  13. Bluebull2007

    Bluebull2007 Adventurer

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    Our babies on their first ride:wings

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    Pulling away in Sand! :evil

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    Hepco Bekker panniers
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    Cruising for a bruising!
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    Now for Mrs BB on the 650GS cruising through Swaziland:

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  14. n8foo

    n8foo Adventurer

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    Which crash bars are those? Look beefy. I have the SW Motech on order but I like the looks of yours better...

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  15. easyman05

    easyman05 Been here awhile

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    are those your bikes or rented?
    How much cost per day in South Arfica?
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  16. tipler

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    What model of Wolfman tank bag is this???


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  17. Ed@Ford

    Ed@Ford Long timer

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    More questions: What brand knobbies on the 650, and what bash plates?
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  18. RobTheRigger

    RobTheRigger Killing threads here since 2008

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    +1 on the crash bars. I really dig those! How come everyone outside of the States has cool shit?
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  19. RobTheRigger

    RobTheRigger Killing threads here since 2008

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    Thanks for my new desktop! That's exactly what I'm (not) so patiently waiting on to grace my driveway!
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  20. 65fl

    65fl Been here awhile

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    Denali, it came off my Dakar. At first glance I didn't think it would work out, but I've had it on for a couple of weeks now and like it. It does not block the ignition nor power outlet. As long as I don't have it expanded I can still stand on the pegs without interference.

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