HP2 Enduro - www.hp2enduro.com site

Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by greatx, Oct 5, 2012.

  1. greatx

    greatx me

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    For some of you who are into the HP2 Enduro, we have kept the site www.hp2enduro.com up and running.

    I am personally an HP2 Enduro owner/rider and I think this site is a great complement to advrider, but mostly just to the HP2 Enduros. I am new to the HP2E and have found great information there when I joined.
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  2. GSMarc

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    thank you :clap
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  3. MJS

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    +1

    Thanks,
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  4. Mr. Magoo

    Mr. Magoo TeeMarrZee

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    Thanks:1drink
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  5. greatx

    greatx me

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    GSMark: I am very jelous :) 1 HP2E and 2 HP2MM!! impressive!
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  6. Gummee!

    Gummee! That's MR. Toothless

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    IMO the HP2 is what the R12GS *should* be: no frills bike that'll go damn near anywhere. I don't want or need the electronical doo-dads that lots of guys want. :nah

    So... I think my next boxer is gonna be an HP2. Anyone got a step ladder?!

    M
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  7. Mr. Magoo

    Mr. Magoo TeeMarrZee

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    Here's mine (every thread needs pics):

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  8. viperh

    viperh StormChaser

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    So much want!
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  9. GSMarc

    GSMarc Long timer

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    I am on the way to sell the second MM for a HP2S in Motorsport 2007 version.
    So, I will have the 3 models :nod

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  10. greatx

    greatx me

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    Really nice HP2! good job on it!

    What model are the Acerbis handguards?

    About the air intake:
    -K&N?
    -issues on heavy rain or dirt?
    -how did you rewire things for removing the airbox? bike computer happy?
    -performance increase?

    I saw in your other thread reply that you use the Full Spectrum Pulse 3 battery. That battery looks really good! Seems expensive too... but the specs are the best from the ones I saw in the size that fits the HP2E.


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  11. AwolArn

    AwolArn Ride-Fly-Boat-Fish

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    Thanks for doing that! I am so glad that site is still up and running, more so now that I actually own one. Wait, am I dreaming? NOPE!!! Just looked in the garage and right in front of my trusty ole GSA is my NEW (to me) HP2!!!! :rofl:rofl:rofl:rofl Woohoooo!!!!!!!:lol3:clap:freaky:D
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  12. greatx

    greatx me

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    Welcome! I also owned an 07 GSA. But I am glad I got the HP2 too. Are you doing any upgrades to it?
    I am getting mine back from the dealer this week... I got the Akrapovic full system exhaust installed (including the ECU remap). Another addition this week was the heated handgrips! I was really missing that from my GSA... specially in the NY winter.

    My next step is to install the Touratech headlight/windshield. I have it at home already... will probably install it this weekend.


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  13. GSMarc

    GSMarc Long timer

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    rear Ohlins is a must... :evil
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  14. BigDave75

    BigDave75 Will Work for Food!

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    Beautiful bike!!!
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  15. AwolArn

    AwolArn Ride-Fly-Boat-Fish

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    Here is all the stuff the PO did to the bike. It is turn-key. The only thing I would like to add is heated grips. This bike is AWESOME!

    2006 BMW HP2 Enduro 18,648 miles $15,000. I am a 60 year old rider, bought from original owner on 2-14-08 with 2,975 miles. Very nice bike. With Remus and Power Commander bike has tons of Power. Total in Extra's $10,245 that parts only I did all the installs. Location Denton Texas. not sure how to post pictures but can email them.
    Performance:
    "BMW S/M 17"" front/rear wheel set $1,214
    Remus Grand Prix Race Can $630
    Remus HP2 Race Headers $550
    Wunderlich Power Commander fuel management $385
    Ohlins Rear Shock $935
    Lindermann Engineering front forks $710
    Foam air filter $59.00
    Renazco Racing seat $375
    Guards:
    TT Crash Bars $399
    Wunderlich skid plate $300
    TT hand guards with spoilers $165
    TT wire head light guard $70
    TT frame guards $60
    TT fork dust covers $67
    Accessories:
    TT adjustable foot pegs $165
    TT brake pedal extension $22
    front/rear clear turn signal lens $63
    BMW passenger pegs $306
    Wunderlich tail rack $300
    Wunderlich cruse control $100
    Puig windshield $100
    TT side stand wide foot adapter $25
    left BMW bar end weight $22
    bar inserts for hand guards $12
    TT oil filler plug $30
    Storage:
    Wolfman saddle bags $170
    Wolfman rear bag $170
    Wolfman tail bag $65
    TT small tail bag $83
    Cortech Super Mini tank bag used $60
    Electrical:
    HDI Headlight kit $135
    70 amp power relay for accessories $40
    TT front mounted power plug $32
    Beltronics radar $300
    Radar water proof Cover $75
    locking Ram mount for Radar $40
    Motorola walkie talkie $130
    Zumo 550 $770
    TT Zumo GPS locking mount $148
    Autocom Super Pro Avi motorcycle audio $400
    Autocom cables $150
    XM antenna $200
    2.5 Gallon Alum.under seat Tank $145.00
    Napa P60504 fuel pump $66
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  16. greatx

    greatx me

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    Are you also on hp2enduro.com? over there is easier to post some pics. Would be nice to see them.

    I am not an expert posting pics on advrider. I used my own smugmug account (like picassa) and uploaded pics there, then use the urls from the pictures on advrider.

    Christian
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  17. AwolArn

    AwolArn Ride-Fly-Boat-Fish

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    Yeah, I just joined HP2Enduro. Same screen name. I will try to post pics over there too. I need to get a smug mug account but just haven't had the time yet. Busy sitting in the garage making varroooom noises and drooling over my new toy!:rofl
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  18. ADVBedouin

    ADVBedouin Rider

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    Awesome news...Thank You Sir!
    Here's mine...6k miles & mostly stock. I'm also looking for an Ohlins or Wilburs shock if anyone's got one? Cheers!

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  19. chksgl17

    chksgl17 Adventurer

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    I am looking for a set of good stock enduro wheels for my HP2e. I would be willing to trade my absolutely perfect motard wheels. Any leads would be greatly apreciated!

    I can send pics of wheels as requested.

    Thanks
    Chuck
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