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Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by darmahman, Sep 10, 2005.
Welcome to the forum, Odd Arne.
Looks like a beautiful part of the world that you live in.
Very Nice..looks similar to parts of Canada.
This is my new Adventure with a photo from first ride here in New Zealand's North Island<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/89279768@N07/8129372748/" title="DSC01014 by SpeedySapper, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8326/8129372748_3c7852020b.jpg" width="500" height="375" alt="DSC01014"></a>
I take delivery tomorrow! This is one of the 100 some shots the dealer took of the bike. I need to sell my Buell now so that I can pay for new Panniers.
You getting that from salt lake city?
At cozmo2312: Nope. The Las Vegas dealer. They have two more in stock. Not as farkled out as this one though.
gotcha. the dealer where i got mine has one with the red crash bars sitting out front. just wondered if you got that one.
I'll keep my eye out for a red one... mine's green, you can't miss all the lights on it... was in KiwiRider a few months ago as well...
This is my Daily ride, it's a 2007 GS Adventure, with a few cosmetic mods.
I use this daily for my commute to work and back, and it very seldom goes off-road. Decided to give it my spin on a triple black, as I doubt I'd ever spend that kind of ash on a new Bike, so I did the following.
Powder Coated the Pannier Bars, and front crash bars Silk Black. Never understood why BMW would have a black chassis, and then fit Aluminium coloured Pannier bars from the factory, it's SO obvious they were an afterthought. This way, all chassis bars are black.. Looks a lot more cohesive.
I also resprayed the Bose and the Tank Cover Gloss Black, and fitted Red Lettering.
Then Powder Coated the GS Panel below that Silk, so it's a slightly different tone, thus adding to the "triple" in black.
To set it all off, I put on some Reflective Rim Tape, both to match the Red Lettering, as well as to assist in night riding, as it's a safety thing for me, and being visible.
I too had issues with the Fuel pump and getting the right hand lobe to push fuel across to the left hand lobe where the pump is, so I fitted an electric submersible pump in the right hand lobe where the sucking Jet pump is.. Now I get 37.5 Liter's out the tank, good for 650 Km's.
That's about it really.. I think it looks quote good for a 5 year old bike, and he's ready for another 5 years..
And here, pictured before I did the front bars etc, and posing with my recently completed "CR".
Beautiful job on the Cafe racer, very nice!
here's the thread on that rebuild.
Snap..........Nice!...........I've got one just like that.............!
you have like 4 foglights? How are they working otu for you?
I haven't seen a green one yet, but looking forward to being dazzled. What lights do you have?
Use something else for commuting. Got HID low beam, uprated bulb high beam, 2x Clearwater Kristas, 2x Denali D1, 2x LED strips on handguards...
Haven't seen a red one yet
Bike looks awesome.
Agreed. various tints of black help distinguish the bike.. Thats what I've attempting to create with my old Juggernaut..
Tarifa - Spain
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today's maiden voyage on the Angeles Forest HWY...a beautiful afternoon albeit a cold one.