What have you done to your GS or GS Adventure today?

Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by PWarren4, Oct 26, 2012.

  1. MrGone

    MrGone Been here awhile

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    I forget the exact model, i know it's taller than the factory GSA and it's the light smoke
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  2. JR356

    JR356 Long timer

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    Yes,that looks the same.

    JR356
  3. Callisto224

    Callisto224 Long timer

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    Nice mustang. 68? It's a shame you're using it as a coat rack! :dirtdog
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  4. ErikMotoMan

    ErikMotoMan Airbag crash survivor!

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    Wunderlich, exact same as mine
  5. MrGone

    MrGone Been here awhile

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    oh no sorry, i just meant I couldn't remember which Puig it was because I remember they made a few. Checked my amazon history and it is a Puig 6486H.
  6. MrGone

    MrGone Been here awhile

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    Thanks, yep! 68 :) I still haven't figured out a way to drive it and ride motorcycles at the same time
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  7. Mike M

    Mike M Long-timer...

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    No biggie (except I like how they look)....added R1200 beak decals on my 2016 TB.

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  8. miker325

    miker325 Been here awhile

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    ^^^^^^

    Source?
  9. Mike M

    Mike M Long-timer...

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    eBay, and the seller shipped fast and free.

    search decals and his eBay name:
    jiagc1
  10. browneye

    browneye PIN IT & BANG GEARS

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    The 'A' model had it right....added some to mine too.

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  11. TwoBuck

    TwoBuck Boozefighters up!

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    Added a Calguns ZORT sticker. Because a GSA is the bike you need during a zombie outbreak:

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  12. bigtodd

    bigtodd Hi, wanna ride?

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    Yeah, right up until you drop it on top of your leg. Light bikes are the way to go for zombie outbreak

    :muutt
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  13. GHOC

    GHOC FNG

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    Depends on the evasion tactic you're required to use. If you need to ride through a densely packed swarm of zombies you need mass. Other wise after turning the first few ranks into zombie mist your light weight bike's kinetic energy will be spent. And we all know from bitter experience how well an aluminum pannier will take out a human leg; imagine how much more effective it will be on one that's decomposing.
  14. iceblade88

    iceblade88 Adventurer

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    If applying vinyl wrap on side tank panel, would you do bunk first or snake skin first. Can you reapply snake skin more than once ? Thanks

    This is for 2016GS LC.


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  15. Nashfast

    Nashfast 101st AB Sniper RVN

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    Here's a link to my Denali Soundbomb that I did on my 2014 Denali Soundbomb install on my 2014 R1200GSAW
    Post #8317
  16. biggstr6

    biggstr6 Adventurer

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    Added Clewarwater Darla Lights , Billy Brake Light and Upper crash bars.
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  17. ErikMotoMan

    ErikMotoMan Airbag crash survivor!

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    News flash: Allegedly eradicated in 1945 by the 'Al Lies' Zombies apparently are making a comeback in Washington DC. Zombie code name 'Scrotus' is rumored to have invaded the Oval Office. This could be 'fake news', a 'nasty leak' or merely an 'alternative truth'
  18. cognosticator

    cognosticator Long timer

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    Installed new Ohlins front and rear and a Puig hugger to keep the rear shock clean :-)

    Took 15 minutes on the rear and 2 1/2 hours on the front, son of a bitch. I had to move the tank back, take off the crash bars, the alternator cover and it was a bitch getting the top nut off that rod. Then took forever putting it all back together.I am too fucking tired to even take it for a test ride or take pictures.

    Tomorrow I am heading for north Georgia to give it a through breaking in.
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  19. iceblade88

    iceblade88 Adventurer

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    That is really nice. What pannier is that? Can you take photo from the rear please ? Thanks


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  20. RunninRanger

    RunninRanger Rainy day Rider

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    Added some Signature Custom Details decals with some protective TT farkle to covert my Alpine White Ghost into Safari mode!

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