Let's see your 1200GS/A

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

  1. Zodiac

    Zodiac loosely portrayed

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    sorry, I saw it yesterday and your'e right, it's more grey than silver.
  2. the white rabbit

    the white rabbit Vicarious

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    Setting aside the bicycle, I like those matt side tank panels (the insidey ones)

    :D
  3. NLS

    NLS My bike needs washing...

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    ah that was it! and something felt different and didn't know what

    I like those too... maybe some more info?
  4. mmmpies

    mmmpies 101 in a 55

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  5. scorpion

    scorpion Two arm bandit

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    Single speed hybrid? boy youre a man.
    No wonder you pack it on the back.

    nice gs too.
  6. tututis

    tututis Adventurer

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    It's Mallos de Riglos in Huesca, Spain.
  7. Supersig357

    Supersig357 Been here awhile

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    Denver to Oregon.

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    In the Rockies.

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    Estes Park.

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    Red Rocks.

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    With her Big(weight)/Little(engine) brother.

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    Delivery Day March, 2005.

    7,000 ish miles later and I love her even more.

    SS357
  8. janders

    janders Been here awhile

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    Hey Batfink - a.) what are those boots? and b.) are they waterproof? Oh yeah, c.) nice bike!
  9. donblas

    donblas a la deriva

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    yep. You're right. Shiny parts compliments of my local dealer, flat ones compliments of Krylon.
  10. araspitfire

    araspitfire Been here awhile

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    Al...
  11. FlyingScotsman

    FlyingScotsman Crash Test Dummy

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    Which Touratech bags are these? I like em
  12. TwoShots

    TwoShots Vagabond

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    Hey guys,
    My wife is diggin' the pics, but she thinks it could be better if you can do something about the motorcycles getting in the way of nice scenery.
  13. jfr

    jfr yellowwheels

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    Just tell her the GSs are being seen in their native habitat!:deal
  14. TwoShots

    TwoShots Vagabond

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    "Goooood comeback!" - Her
  15. STUFF2C

    STUFF2C We Ain't Left Yet!!

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  16. mistercindy

    mistercindy In a state of equilibrium

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    Is that a Laminar Lip on your shield? If so, what impact did it have? I just ordered one a few days ago. The website suggested putting it on so that looking just above the glass makes you see a point on the ground 40 feet beyond the bike. Yours looks to be about the height that I measured to do that.

    BTW, I think you may have answered a LIP thread I had on BMWMOA site.
  17. STUFF2C

    STUFF2C We Ain't Left Yet!!

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    You can't see it in that picture but I have 4 of those velcro buttons on each side of the shield. That way I can adjust the Lip up or down. I like it. Like I have posted in the past, It ain't no RT and I had one (1200RT), but it removes the annoying wind. :ricky
  18. batfink

    batfink squid vicious

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    Those panniers are great. They are strong, sturdy, airtight, waterproof, you can bend them and fall on them and they stay together. You can strap shit onto them, sit on them, use the lids for a nice flat surface. Designed and engineered very well indeed.

    Those are the 41L special set.
    Pannier Special Set 41L R1200GS, Black Racks <H2>Part Number: 052-0136</H2>
  19. FlyingScotsman

    FlyingScotsman Crash Test Dummy

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    Just what I needed to know :thumb "41L Special set"
  20. FlyingScotsman

    FlyingScotsman Crash Test Dummy

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    Batfink,

    I was about to splash out on the TT cases but then RC46 threw a spanner in the works :D so I have one more question for you...will the 41L bags hold two helmets? See post here....

    Micatechs can hold two helmets