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Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by PWarren4, Oct 26, 2012.
How much did he pay? Really? .
Is something wrong with that? It's not like its a classified secret. Just curious what the national selling average is for these things. Do you know what it is? Anyway, already got my answer via PM so I'm not sharing!
Less than you, a LOT less....
Congratulations to Kimokk and DucandGSrider on your purchases! Great bikes, enjoy and be safe. Also, how much? Really?
The front Ohlin's ESA in, working on the back.
Waiting on my front and rear Wilbers to arrive..............................:ddog
Rode out to Acton via the Angeles Forest HWY.
Michelin PR3 trails. Like the tires very much. Much more smooth. Less noise. Better steering and much better transition.
Nice! Is this comparing them to the Tourance EXP? Where did you find them in stock... a few weeks ago everyone was backordered.
Your assumption is correct, EJ. I ordered my tires via the Motorcycle Superstore once I received an email from them notifying waiting customers as to their arrival. Yes, I had to wait weeks if not almost a month to finally receive mine.
I rode my adventure for the first time since July.
To get coffee of course.
Cold here at least for me. I do miss riding.
That looks real nice...difficult install??
I got a new tire for the front of my '02 1150GS and then cleaned the rest.
I was goign to clean the wheels - which I did and then pull the paralever and clean / lube / check but was'nt in the right frame of mind and so just cleaned in stead. - looks 100% better! - needs another proper clean to look right.
but its clean on the inside, oils and filters all done recently
Wish I could say, the shop is doing it.
I like your leather bag, who makes it?
I made some purchases for my soon to be mine GSA... Christmas bonus came early...
Engine guards from Adventure Designs
Final Drive guard from Wunderlich
GSA Tool Box from DSBP
H7 HID Conversion Kit for both high & low beams from Blinding HID
Black Oil Cooler Guard from Touratech
Fuel Line Guards from Touratech
Black Locking Zumo 665 GPS Mount from Touratech
Black Fastway Extra-Wide Adventure Foot Pegs from Touratech
Black Throttle Potentiometer Guard from Touratech
Large Sidestand Foot from Touratech
Dispatch 1 Complete System from Rocket Moto
BMW GS Off-Road Riding Skills Instructional Video from Amazon.com
Garmin Zumo 665 Motorcycle Mount from Amazon.com
Ilium Works Rear Splash Guard Fender from Amazon.com
"The Adventurous Motorcyclist's Guide to Alaska" Book from Amazon.com
"Guide to the Alaska Highway" Book from Amazon.com
Black Reflective Map of North America from Two Wheel Vinyl
Map Pouch and Agri Tool Tube Pouch from Storm Industries
And, currently the bike is at Capitol BMW in Raleigh, NC to have ASC retrofitted.
Well, it's 16F and snowing on top of the foot and a half we already have, so it looks like my riding season is over for a bit. Brought the GSA into the heated shop and started tearing it down for the annual cleaning. Am installing Krista lights on the bike (already had the little Glendas on the hack) to throw more light downrange. I hadn't planned on doing a lot of night riding, but with temps of 108F in the Ozarks last year the dog and I started our days at 3am to beat the heat.
Working with Clearwater was great, BTW! I wanted to control both sets of lights from a single dimmer and they custom made a harness for me at no extra cost. There are cheaper options, but with customer support like that I'll keep going back.
I think the Clearwater lights are cool looking. Where are you mounting them? I've heard from other GSA riders that mounting them above where the stock fog lights mount protects them better in a fall.
Post some photos after they are mounted, please...
the dog appears to be concerned about his bike being disassembled.