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Aye, getting older and was finding BCR a little too cramped for my 6'2" frame. Bought the ABM (German) superbike handlebar conversion kit and footpeg lowering kit from Motorworks Do you have a link to the kit you used please and how do you find the tank, knee , footpeg interface with the new s...
- Wed Mar 18, 2020 8:35 pm
- Forum: Boxerbanter
- Topic: Told to Self Isolate 15:30 Mon 16th March
- Replies: 17
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Get well soon , I phoned my GP surgery recently ( not Covid 19 related , although I wasn't asked) to be told he was out sick for a week , I guess he's self isolating and I guess we're on our own for the duration If it's not Covid related
I have used a flip helmet in the past , but by coincidence when I stopped using it I accidently discovered the cause of some chronic neck / shoulder pain . I can only assume it was caused by the extra weight ? My current helmets weigh 1500gms or slightly less, I've weighed them ,( the actual stated ...
Of all the things that fail on a modern vehicle ...... is a spark plug one of them? They rarely fail but maybe if you hook the bike up to a gas analyser you'll find it isn't performing as well as it should in the emissions dept or maybe it really is just a way of getting owners to part with their h...
How much!! Replacement plugs for my 1200r lc should be changed at about 12k miles, They want about £13 each. Needless to say as the plugs looked great i will not be taking that advice. Chris. I think you'll find that replacing plugs at 12 k is called preventive maintenance, as opposed to replacing ...
- Sat Jan 18, 2020 5:56 pm
- Forum: Bits'n'bobs for sale
- Topic: Tank bag for R1100S wanted please?
- Replies: 8
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Hello Also, any information about different attachment methods for said tank bags would’ve appreciated? 2Twins The original BMw egg type bag hooks on directly at the front and rear of the tank . The Famsa bag has a base which hooks on to the tank and the bag then zips on to the base . I've found th...
- Tue Jan 14, 2020 2:01 pm
- Forum: Boxerbanter
- Topic: Pleasant Surprises on my recent R1100S purchase
- Replies: 10
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I ) ! I think the colder denser air thing really works on Carburettor fed engines rather than injected - ) Feel free to explain to my pea sized brain :wink: I'm familiar with iat sensors on injected engines but surely unless the carbed engine is running too rich or too hot or both, cold denser air ...
- Thu Jan 09, 2020 7:26 pm
- Forum: Boxertech
- Topic: Classic Motorcycle Mechanics R1100S Article
- Replies: 3
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I did buy a couple of magazines to read over christmas one of which is CMM , and was surprised to see the 11S article in the January edition I bought . I haven't read the magazine yet and while it might be helpful there is probably better advice on here if you dig deep or youtube.