Let's see your 1200GS/A

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

  1. lukeinlondon

    lukeinlondon 1290SA

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  3. cueball

    cueball should'a walked it first

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    geauXplor gō-ikˈsplôr

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    Great area... I rode rode all around there a couple of years ago with grneggz.

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  5. LarryL

    LarryL Been here awhile

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    ali"cossie"hakan Adventurer

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  8. JimVonBaden

    JimVonBaden "Cool" Aid!

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    Behind the mountains near Old Tucson?

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  9. GSAdict

    GSAdict GSAdict

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    Shout out to my neighbor who said I should post my GSA. Wazzz up!
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  10. roadtrip22

    roadtrip22 Been here awhile

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    Where did you find those turn signals?? I couldn't find any. I know on a BMW Z4. Those on the fender fit but they arn't LED. and Those look alot better.
  11. TuonoBiker

    TuonoBiker Been here awhile

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    Beautiful gs, addict !!
    I gotta ask though, do u have one that you can get dirty ?!?!?! That one is almost too pretty to ride! :D

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  12. GSAdict

    GSAdict GSAdict

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    Oh she gets dirty. Here's a pic after riding the ol' Milwaukee electric train railroad tunnels from Idaho to Montana. Just wash in warm water and tumble dry. No bleach.
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    But to be honest coming from a very experience motocross background I can't see doing much other than logging road etc on these. There are too many other bikes Id choose to hit trails and get crazy. I absolutely love the GSA simply because its an absolute road killing monster! Heck I just rode her from CA to WA last week during that big storm and we did 2 days of snow. It was epic! I had a 1 hr mtg at a job site and didn't want to fly.
    This was the radar the day I departed WA to come home. 3 days 2200 miles. Up I5 to 97, back down 800 miles of OR and CA coastline. Then I washed her to give a nice post!
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  13. tallguy-09

    tallguy-09 Smile 4 Miles

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    I bought the same BMW EU turn signals in Germany and took them to Canada, worked on my 2010 without any adjustments.
  14. feldjäger

    feldjäger Been here awhile

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  15. Jick Magger

    Jick Magger Exile on Main Street

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    Aren't the same ones available in North America? Did you also need to purchase the wiring?
  16. RTinNC

    RTinNC Long timer

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    WOW ... nice job with the farkle catalog!! :clap

    Sent you a PM about some of your additions! :evil
  17. JimVonBaden

    JimVonBaden "Cool" Aid!

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    Beautiful shot of Red Rock outside of Vegas!

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  18. TuonoBiker

    TuonoBiker Been here awhile

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    I hear you - I'm no offroad expert, but I do enjoy the miles of logging roads that the GSA eats up for lunch. Not to mention its highway capability for 2-up touring; it beats my Harley road couch Street Glide in every way possible. Well, proper cruise control and a radio are kinda nice for the long-haul on the Harley, but otherwise....hands-down.

    I love the plates that cover the tank guards - where did you find them? uber-kuhl.
  19. GSAdict

    GSAdict GSAdict

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    Tank guards are ebay....they are ok, but i think they fade rather easily.
    To get the radio back just add XM to a Zumo. Makes the ride oh so nice.
    Ditto on the proper cruise control...im not in love with the dial type avail on the aftermarket but its better than nothing i guess. Plus if i find myself on a road that makes me stay at the same pace too long.....I chose the wrong route!!
  20. BearII

    BearII No, it's not complicated

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    Man that is one good looking bike! :evil