Well said, thanks
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Well said, thanks
[QUOTE=ANDYVH;814189]Tragic. Wish that every rider had the full range of awareness we all need to hopefully avoid these crashes (there are no accidents in my opinion).
I made the same switch, I highly recommend it. The GT motor is fantastic, smooth and powerful.
I've had the bike 11 months, road it every day and have yet to find a something she's not...
Never naked, always a helmet, jacket & gloves as weather dictates.
Gracias, I enjoyed immensely.
I've owned variations of both. I put about 50,000 miles on a 2009 RT traded it on a 2010 GT that I've put about 10,000 miles on. I've loved both bikes, but they are like my children, I've loved...
I'm asking with a grin on my face so please respond in kind. :rofl
The GTL is a two up, fully faired touring machine with loads of comfort and user features. The Goldwing is a two up, fully...
I've got a 2009 and have found you just have to give her more gas than other bikes. I typically launch around 3,000 rpm. Once I got used to it, no problems seems normal now.
2009 1200RT with a little over 40,000.
No problems with the final drive.
One fuel level sensor failure.
One fuel pump controller failure.
I'd buy another in a heartbeat.
If you don't mind looking at the scratches and neither cover is leaking oil, should be fine. Replace them at your leisure, might want to consider changing the gaskets as well.
Was the outlet added as an aftermarket item?
My 2009 RT only has a single lead coming off each post of the battery. The power outlets connect into the wire harness up front.
I have added a...
This is my first BMW, the noise has not always been there, it's relatively new. Is this still normal?
I've got a 2009 with 38,000 miles. When the bike is running and transmission is in neutral, the bike has developed a clackety-clackety noise. Pull the clutch in, it goes away.
If the bike is in...
I've got a 2009 RT, my fuel pump controller failed, when I turned the key on, I couldn't hear anything.
I've got a 2009 factory lowered and I love the curves. If it makes a difference it's beyond my abilities to test.
Love it, works flawlessly.
Closing in on 30,000 on my 2009. Like you said, took awhile to get used to the Boxer, but once you "get it" what a bike. Can't say enough about what a fantastic bike this is.
I'm curious too, roughly how many miles can I expect to get out of the stock shocks.