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Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by Dorsicano, Feb 3, 2011.
That it does not suck
what part of "holy cow this thing is wild looking" don't you quite get?
You had said that the side shot did it no justice and then commented with a curious emote on what is basically a side shot.
Yes, you say that it's "wild looking;" have you formed an opinion whether you like what you see or not yet?
no that is basically a 3/4 shot.
this is a side shot and you can't see the dynamics of the entire nose from the side.
yes I love it.
Has anyone seen pictures of the full bare naked frame with forks and telelever attached? The vid above shows the front and rear subframes attached to an engine case, but no forks or 'lever. All the other pictures hide the telelever with those cheeky radiator guards.
Fixed it for ya, 'Flug.
yay, this thread comes back alive.... By the way, the new Multistradas are on the street and they have the same sachs active suspension as the new GS....anyone heard much about it? There was a brief review I read in another thread, let me see if I can find it.
The A arm of the telelever attaches to the engine, no?
Thanks 'Flug and RL, that's exactly what I was looking for.
pretty much any picture you could want is on page 176 of this thread.
I'm late to the party. RL's pictures started at post 2593, on page 173... fantastic, thanks RL.
Lots to digest there, I got some catching up to do.
7 weeks and 6 days to go
Cruiser tires? Are you objecting to the extra width?
Maybe the profile of the new anakee 3
The cruiser tire are for the american market,
KTM has done the same stupid thing with the new 1190 Adventure.
The first thing Joe Pilcher did before he left for Madagascar was have the hubs re-laced to 990 size rims.
Should have bought the Adventure R then ...
According to German "Motorrad" the new engine is better than the old one (of course).
They compared the 2013 GS on paper with 8 contenders and of course only the GS has no defficiencies (red points), all is green
- quicker revving engine
- better engine sound
- better shaft drive
- even lower weight
- full electronics program
He does have an R and it has the same silly-assed wide rims.