Let's see your 1200GS/A

Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by darmahman, Sep 10, 2005.

  1. fudgypup

    fudgypup Banned

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    This is the nicest GSA I've ever seen. Really nice.

    Most of it's too much for me, but I do like your skid plate, tank side protectors, fork protectors. I just got those tank side protectors from Twalcom because I've put it down a few times and already have had the tank poked. Don't want to spend $1100 on a new tank. Want those fork protectors too.

    Very nice.
  2. RoverGS

    RoverGS Been here awhile

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    Finally....! After purchasing back in November, I'm home long enough this week to take delivery of my new 2011 GSA. Rode it today for the first time too. WOW! No regrets in trading my K12GT for it. The Heidenau's look and ride nice too. All that's left is to add some protection pieces and have it painted. Not a fan of the yellow. Don't see it growing on me (the color). Spring can't get here soon enough! :clap

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  3. NoVa Rider

    NoVa Rider Long timer

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    Congrats -- let the farkling and painting begin! :clap
  4. viz

    viz I Ride Ms Piggy

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    Nice ride!

    Watch the Heidenaus I the wet... From personal experience - I took my rear off after 3000 kays

    viz
  5. Hikertrash

    Hikertrash Wasted Rock Ranger

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    What? All that offroad protection and no offroad tires? :D

    What kind of speakers are those?
  6. GSMarc

    GSMarc Long timer

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    Who can tell me what is this windshield ? :ear
    thank you :clap

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  7. BenFongTorres

    BenFongTorres Banned

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    Funny...I thought exactly the same thing. Not to knock someone elses bike (especially a 30th anniversary...I have one!) but could this machine be any more offroad protected? And for what...? Afraid of banging it against fire hydrants or mailboxes in town? LOL. Just kidding...I think. :lol3
  8. alexadvrider

    alexadvrider Adventurer

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    And I always ride with a helmet, almost!

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  9. tallguy-09

    tallguy-09 Smile 4 Miles

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  10. jfdirtybiker

    jfdirtybiker Roads are to explore

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    Great photo FAST. Love to see the GS on tight corners.
  11. Leonardo L'Americano

    Leonardo L'Americano Adventurer

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    Make you happy ! :-))

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    The speakers are from Cycle Sounds
  12. Mike M

    Mike M Long-timer

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    Damn nice looking GS...
  13. starbug

    starbug JMC

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    I picked up my new 2012 GS last week. It has ABS, ESA, OBC, TPM options. No spoked wheels or TC. I am really liking this bike so far. I looked at the GS, Tenere, Stelvio, and Multistrada. All great bikes, but the GS worked best for me.

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    One thing I don't like - After I bought the bike, I found out that the accessory port will not work with my heated gear or my battery tender. I need to figure out how to install a dedicated accessory outlet connected straight to the battery.

    I also need some crash bars. I am not sure which style to get.
  14. Rocketfuel

    Rocketfuel GS'er

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    Nice bike!

    I have similar colour '08 version with black Adv spokes, really goes with gray metallic.

    You can fit a full size cigarette lighter and connect to the battery via a fuse, no probs.

    Original BMW engine bar provides adequate protection. Hope this helps.

    I've also fitted Adv screen (taller) and winglets. Recommend it.
  15. Wandering Nomad

    Wandering Nomad Obsessive Traveller

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    Tell me about the radio and the fork protectors. It is a sweet looking well farkled bike. :clap
    I want the radio and have already planned on fork protectors before my Alaska NWT trip this summer.

    Thanks,

    Lewis
  16. SHOELESS

    SHOELESS Swine Pilot

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    I'm interested in the fork protectors as well....John
  17. NoVa Rider

    NoVa Rider Long timer

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    Snow makes everything fun, or when you are caught on an evening commute with dropping temps and cars playing bumper boats and going over jersey walls, very interesting:

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  18. TSJA

    TSJA Adventurer

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  19. Wandering Nomad

    Wandering Nomad Obsessive Traveller

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  20. Hikertrash

    Hikertrash Wasted Rock Ranger

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    The radio is from Cycle Sounds. Same place as the speakers.