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  1. Great idea

    I have a 2011 F650 Twin, w/ Tourtech accessories. It's picture is on the website. in this forum. Search F800 RT and have a look. I'm the smiling old guy. Snapped during a trip from GA to PA to...
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    Other Experiences w/ brake light, may or may not be of help

    My experience may be helpful. Although mine was the result of a low speed tip over in sand, falling on the right side. No apparent damage to the bike.

    Make sure there is no interference between...
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    Paul, The Triumph Bonneville line is air...

    Paul,

    The Triumph Bonneville line is air cooled. They also have an oil cooler.

    Respectively submitted,

    Len
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    I've got one!

    I've ridden this bike for hours on end, super highways, back roads, through cities. It gets 58-62 miles per gallon of gas, it's light weight and easy to handle, and it's beautiful and practical. I...
  5. Congrats!

    Brad, congratulations on your new 650GS Scoot!

    I traded my 2005, R1200GS on a 2010 F 650 Twin less than a month ago. Silver w/ Jesse cases and top box, Tourtech saddle, bar risers, and too many...
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    Thanks to all responders

    Thanks for the welcome and advice. Two weeks and several hundred miles later, I love this bike.

    Len
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    Great suggestions, thanks.

    Thanks for the great suggestions and websites for seat modification. Please keep the ideas coming.

    Len
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    2003 F650 Dakar Question

    I just bought a nicely maintained 2003 F650 Dakar w/ about 12,000 miles on the clock for my wife. She is six feet tall, so no issues there regarding flat footing the bike at rest. However, she is...
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    New owner of an F650 Twin.

    Hello to all F800/650 owners.

    Please welcome a new owner/member to this forum. I returned from riding my wife’s new to her 2003 F650 Dakar home form N. Georgia and found that while I was riding...
  10. Thanks Ken

    After all the post is in the Women of the MOA section, Pretty wife is an exceptionally fine example of feminine gender, and she certainly qualifies as a woman rider. ;-)

    Len
  11. It was a dark and stormy night...

    No TC, but a well balanced R1200 ST. I was returning from Dublin, GA in the Spring of 2007. Night had closed in and it had been raining for several hours. The rain was light at this point in time...
  12. DRW, Site looks interesting. Thanks for the...

    DRW,

    Site looks interesting. Thanks for the recommendation.

    Len
  13. nbsdave, Great advice. I had a phone...

    nbsdave,

    Great advice. I had a phone conversation w/ the prospective CA buyer last evening and as a result am sending more photos of the machine to him, instrument cluster w/ ignition "on" to be...
  14. Thanks

    Dennis,

    Thank you so much for the reply. Your comments and experiences are very helpful.

    KY Kid,

    Thank you as well, good advice.

    Len
  15. questions for members who have sold a bike out-of-state

    I have a question about making a deal on my wifeÔÇÖs Buell M2 Cyclone out-of-state. IÔÇÖm hoping that other MOA members can supply some guidance, members who have made such transactions.
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    So sorry for your loss

    Kathryn,
    You have my deepest sympathies. I'm very sorry for your loss.

    You have the condolences of the entire BMW MOA family.

    Len
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    Prizes?

    Although I'm disappointed that I did not win anything in the drawing, I am somewhat compensated by knowing that I gave a donation to support Camp Gears, MSF courses, etc. The cause was good or I...
  18. The Pretty Wife

    Okay. I arrived home from work last night, tired and stressed form the rat race! Pretty Wife was busy packing a picnic dinner. Her plan was for us to take a ride through the spring countryside and...
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    Get it in writing

    Whatever you decide to do, if you do contact authorities about this situation, get their response in writing! :deal Make sure any document(s) are signed by that authority.

    Government agencies are...
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    I think the term you are using is nitro-methane,...

    I think the term you are using is nitro-methane, not nitro-methanol. In Organic Chemistry as in Italian the ending syllables are critical.

    As an engine fuel... In a minor application, nitro...
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    Other checkpoints!

    Our local paper, it's a sad little rag called "The Sandersville Progress" ran a story/interview w/ our local Sheriff. According to him the County has received funds to set up check points around the...
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    EtOH, the Other Fuel Chemistry

    I agree, Paul. Ethanol is ethanol, no matter its source. If, on the other hand, it's contaminated w/ water, un-reacted remnants/by-products from its host source, or its not adequately refined, now...
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    Thanks

    I appreciate your reply. And, yes my braking habits as well as all my riding habits are in need of continuing criticism; self and others. I should be a little more thick skinned and welcome the...
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    Thanks for the advice. I take some offense at...

    Thanks for the advice. I take some offense at your suggestion. I'm not sure it wasn't meant to question my slow speed riding habits/skills. And, I appreciate your concern for my slow speed riding...
  25. colorfull

    OMG - Near earth rainbows, just one of many conclusive piece of evidence for Man Made Climate Change :stick

    Len
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