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Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by PWarren4, Oct 26, 2012.
Gave it a good clean after getting it very dirty.
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Try http://www.pinebarrensadventures.com/ good course and you shouldn't break anything!
Thanks! Maybe Michelin wilds are in my future.........
Friday I put a deposit down on a 08 GS-A. My first BMW/dualsport/non sportsbike. Plan is to pick it up in the next couple of weeks. From Gateway BMW.
Welcome to the other side! Pics when you get it!
Gave her a fat azzz....
What boxes are those?
Thank you and I will.
2017 R1200 GSA--
1. Added Jesse Odyssey 2 panniers and Jesse Delton sliding Odyssey Top Box.
2. Touratech radiator guards
3. Touratech Cylinder head guards
4. Touratech Clear Headlight Guard
5. Touratech Exhaust manifold guards
6. Touratech Rear break reservoir guard.
7. Touratech Enlarged kickstand plate
9. Touratech Side stand switch guard
9. Blackdog skid plate
10. Black dog handlebar risers 40mm
I do not work or represent Touratech.
Going to put TK80's on in the spring and am looking at an a different wind screen of some type and also some better hand guards.
That about it.
Went on a 20 mile round trip to nowhere. It's been months since I've ridden but a tiny ride like that makes all the adventure come rushing back.
Edited for spelling.
I did that last Saturday in 28 degree weather. Sure felt good! I am having shoulder surgery in 2 days from a October dual sport crash on my KTM. I only have 350 miles on my 2017 r1200GSA triple black. I plan on hitting rehab hard to remedy the lack of mileage. Hopefully I can keep these 2 wheels on the road.
Mine's next week, hurts to ride. That's gotta go!
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From 3 degrees Saturday to 78 today, had to do a short ride dark. Could get loose early from work, but still managed about 25 miles of dirt and sand....
added some bags that fit the ammo box panniers
Sexy looking silencer peeking out!
Panniers look even sturdier than OEM. Well done
Today I installed a much needed voltmeter. My battery is not very healthy so I want to keep an eye on it.
As you can see it reads 12.5V with ignition on. It now starts easily (rebuilt starter) but it is not charging completely. If problem persists I´ll take the battery out for a slow hi amp charge.
Also solved a small mystery: a self resetting clock. I turns out the culprit was not the battery, but a blown fuse. I think a blown fuse is the best bad news you can have about our bikes!
I rebuilt both TPMS sensors. New batteries and all sealed up. Using the help threads here I ordered the correct batteries with leads.
The whole job took about 3 hours. Most of that was fighting the tubeless tires. Big 6 inch C-Clamps help a bunch.
It was nice to see both wheels showing the same pressure. I put 39.5 psi in both and they both showed 37 psi on the info panel. Being unfamiliar with the BMW TPMS I didn't take notice in the past the front was noticeably lower than the pressure in the tire. That was a heads up indicator the battery was coming due. Since the bike has almost 58K on the clock, I don't expect to do this job again.
Never heard of a slow high amp charge, :)