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Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by igi2003, Mar 12, 2019.
Very nice! Is that a Billy brake light with Skene lights added on the sides?
Yes. Full frame Billie and Skenes.
A little bit more on the install, but that is the general look.
Mostly take off parts from my 18 rallye
Hondo perfect squeeze phone mount
Ram ball for above
Bmw/Gilles foot pegs
Hammerhead gear shift lever
Akra HP slip on
Puig touring screen with stabilization brackets
MAM hand guards
Touratech steering stabilizer
Touratech tool box
Touratech side stand switch
Denali can smart
Dynamic Motorrad leds
MAM mudsling front and rear
Wunderlich usb plug
Z tech clear led cover
Tankslapper xpel protection
Mosko Moto nomad tank bag
Tech skins on panniers
Bmw top box pads
Bmw pannier handles
Wunderlich tft sunshade
Speedo Angels tft protector
Tourmaster top box liner bag
On back order
Denali D7 LEDs
Touratech crash bar reinforcers
Touratech rally form skid plate
MAM Xhead covers
Then it will be set up as well as my 18 was but with more power and refinement hopefully
Clearwater Billy Tail light
Clearwater notification LEDs
Sken Photo Blasters (front)
Skene P3s with decelerometer
PDM 60 electronic circuit breaker
Altrider headlight guard
Altrider fat foot
Tank Slapper Tank side and top protection
Warm and Safe Heat Troller (for heater gear)
Sirius Satellite Radio
Painted rear plate
I may be missing something.
That baby is "lit" as the young kids say!
@JimVonBaden Which of the litany of upgraded lighting you listed covers the stock rear turn signals?
Have you tried the Weisertechnik?
No, way too expensive. The Dynamic Motorrads are $120, which is very high. But the Weiser Technik are nearly $500. Yeah, you get some additional functionality for your money, but IMHO not THAT much. You can buy a set of Clearwater Darla lights and the Billy light for that much.
The Dynamic Motorrads are less at $120 for 4 bulbs but the Weiser Technik are $170 for all 4 if you just do the turn signal functionality.
Got some Machine Art Moto Adv Guard handguards in on Friday and tried to install them today. I started with the throttle side but the handguard hits the windshield adjustment knob before it gets to steering lock.
So, I put the stock handguard back on and I'll probably end up selling the adv guard.
I'm currently shopping around for some head protection for my yet to arrive GS. I currently ride an R1200R LC and am really happy with the MachineArt X-heads but it sounds like they are a while out yet for the 1250. I'm a street rider and am setting up my GS for sport touring and commuting but still want some basic protection.
Fitted an Arrow slip on muffler over the weekend. All good, it makes more noise that sounds OK. However the top of the rear carbon tip of the muffler sits quite high and fouls with the vario panniers. Might have to do some subtle modifications to it to lower the thing down a bit so that I can fit the panniers. I didn't expect this glitch with a well known and quality product.
True, but what do you gain for your extra $50?
I'm looking for a set.
Well, that’s the question! I think I like the idea of the Motorrads but if the light output is the Weiser is better, then it’s worth it.
Could anyone who has them confirm the part numbers for the OEM engine guards for a GS?
I am new here on the forum and was searching for accessories for the new BMW R 1250 GS and GSA.
During my research I found this AltRider note on FB.
Has anyone tried them yet? They seem quite sturdy. Like the feature of being able to take of the valve cover without having to dismantle the bars.
Over here in Europe we mainly see the european brands. But it seems delivery on accessories for the new 1250 is a bit slow at the moment.
Rox pivoting risers
Generic Amazon radiator guards - had to bend a tab to fit
Brooks aluminum panniers
Wunderlich side stand foot - used from an inmate - doesn't quite fit in the recess, but the screws hold it in place perfectly well.
And the latest is the Lone Rider headlight guard.