Let's see your R1100GS!!!

Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by Jim Rowley, Oct 24, 2007.

  1. jbuggyus

    jbuggyus Been here awhile

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  2. PNWRR

    PNWRR not fragile

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    ^^^^^
    Less chance of that coffee cup sliding off now. :drink
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  3. jbuggyus

    jbuggyus Been here awhile

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    DRONE Dog Chauffeur

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    Cool! That looks almost OEM. :clap
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  7. GSDiva

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    I see you have SW-Motech crash bars. Do you like them and are they easy to mount?
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    jbuggyus Been here awhile

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    Yes they are sw moto crash bars and yes they are fairly easy to mount, just the upper mounting points require the tank to be lifted but took maybe 1hour to mount. They fit very nicely and are really well made. They also have a nice tight profile around the engine so they are not really "goddy". I would highly recommend them !
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    jbuggyus Been here awhile

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    Another item i installed that for me was a big improvement was a set of protaper adventure bars std height with 2" rox risers. Took away any vibration and better ,more responsive steering.
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  10. GSDiva

    GSDiva Adventurer

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    Thank you. I just ordered the crash bars. Do you have the transmission reinforcement bracket? I am turning this GS into an off-road practice bike. I have a 2013 GSW as well, but I am not ready to drop it yet. I have had the 1997 for 21 years!
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    jbuggyus Been here awhile

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    Wow thats a long time, congratulations! Yes i do , they are called "HARD PARTS" by touratech. It is the trans. Reinforcement and the steer stop that goes on the front steering pivot point.
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    Three Dawg Into Africa

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    Nice to be out on a fine day in the middle of winter.

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    raulghe V-master

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  18. jbuggyus

    jbuggyus Been here awhile

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    Or you can get all mounting hardware from 1150gsa and instal a 1150gsa seat.
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    Hi.....You can leaf the rear brake line and pump closed , you do not have to bleed and bring it back in place. Very easy to do ! 047.JPG
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