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F750/850GS Accessories

Discussion in 'Parallel Universe' started by apexal, Jul 12, 2019.

  1. Gyrolion

    Gyrolion Adventurer

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    I'm done with sitting on the plank BMW calls a seat (rallye seat), so I upgraded to a Sargent seat, lowered version. First impression is that it is very comfy!

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  2. mazocar

    mazocar Adventurer

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    I just received the Givi gps relocation mount from Italy. (Opened it with gloves and sprayed it down with 99% isopropyl, benefits of working in aviation lol) soooo... I’ll be installing to sometime this week. The part number is at the top of that paper if anyone is interested. I ordered it from eBay, cost around $45 shipped. Just had to wait about 2 weeks. I’ll post pics of it when it’s installed.
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  3. heatmizr

    heatmizr n00b-tastic

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    Wow, That looks like a totally different mounting point than all the others... Further outboard. I realize it's GS-A specific.
  4. mazocar

    mazocar Adventurer

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    Yeah, gsa specific. My friend in Barcelona told me about it and he mentioned it’s a really good piece. This is what it looks like installed on his bike. He’s super satisfied with it. IMG_5438.jpg
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  5. mazocar

    mazocar Adventurer

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    Solid piece once it’s installed, for the price out of Italy shipped I think it’s def worth it. On the gsa it bolts on in the same place that the side wind fairings do. To the left and right of the windscreen, no clearance issues at all everything fits right and nothing rubs. IMG_5468.jpg
  6. jmcarter

    jmcarter Been here awhile Supporter

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    Location:
    Savannah Ga and Port Ludlow WA
    Thanks Mazocar! Had been waiting for the Touratech mount to become available but have jumped on the GIVI.

    Gyrolion, I have the brother of your bike complete with the Sargent seat. My butt was aching after the 250 mile ride home from previous owner’s place and the seat was my first mod. Love the Lupin Blue Rallye.

    Recommend the Denali CanSmart, made the B6 Brake Light a cinch and I’ll add D7 or D4 lights up front this fall.
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  7. Summit72

    Summit72 Adventurer

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    Ontario
    What is that windshield on your GSA in this photo.
  8. MCMXCIVRS

    MCMXCIVRS Long timer

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    I've made up a small run of the tubs for those of you who expressed interest. Look for a vendors thread coming shortly.
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  9. mazocar

    mazocar Adventurer

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    Not my bike in that pic, it belongs to a friend but I believe he has the Puig windscreen
  10. heatmizr

    heatmizr n00b-tastic

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    TY!
    Perhaps link to it here so we know when it's up?
  11. MCMXCIVRS

    MCMXCIVRS Long timer

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    Link added to my signature line.
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  12. ab8mi

    ab8mi BMW 850 GS

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    Oddometer:
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    Location:
    Boerne, TX
    OK, so I think I am done for now, i have added:
    • Givi Tank Bag
    • Outback Motortek crash bars
    • MRA Vario Touring Screen
    • Nav Relocation
    • Rubba Tech tank pad (very nice design)
    • Speedo Angels screen protector on TFT
    • BMW Vario Panniers
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  13. SebRex13

    SebRex13 Adventurer

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    Got this from Touratech. I like it. 8C940B95-9539-4FE4-9192-37293CE869B9.jpeg
  14. Summit72

    Summit72 Adventurer

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    I like those
  15. heatmizr

    heatmizr n00b-tastic

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    I like the ones that are stepped up on the inboard half, because that's where your feet turn when you are standing.
  16. sfsmedic

    sfsmedic Adventurer

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    I have the same touratech. I like it a lot too.
  17. That.guy

    That.guy Been here awhile

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    That touratech works great for me.
  18. ab8mi

    ab8mi BMW 850 GS

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    Love the Touratech pegs, and here I thought I was done buying for a while.
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  19. BioStrom

    BioStrom Been here awhile

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    449EC61C-698E-409B-99B9-46573E0D72D5.jpeg It seems to be a problem I have as well. Just added SW Motech foot pegs this past weekend. Have them on a VStrom and really like that you have the option to position them lower then factory pegs. For the F850GS, it puts the rear brake pedal closer to where it should have been in the first place.
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  20. dolomite

    dolomite Adventurer

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    Received mine yesterday and just put it in, very pleased! The owners manual fits fine with a slight bend if placed parallel to the bike, and I put the OEM "toolkit" on top of it. Thanks for a great product!
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