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Check your battery!
I knew better so it is 35 watts.
I have the out-of-business 1offmotorsports HID kit and it works flawlessly.
How do I get it to you? I am writing it now.
I love to write an MOA on this, and how and why I did it:
We are riding here, it is 76F today, 81F Thursday. I'll stop late May or June. Then start again night riding in late August or September.
I can't eat Mexican food. So I'll skip this one.
I am another Phoenician with BMW. Hello!
I have a 35W HID 6000 color. It works great!
Translate the German, they say it includes a Telever.
Good fortune should follow you, for all the news and effort you offer us.
Glorious photos including the 1600, and a couple of pages of write up in English
Thank you Don!
here's a photo:
The front, the underside, the center strip and the whole rear are CF, as are the wheels. The bike dry is under 400 lbs.
I'll keep my mostly CF bodied and wheeled R1200S instead:
Thank you! It rides sweet, being lighter.
I have read articles telling me teenagers these days do not get driver licenses. How will they ride m/c's?
Here is my largely Carbon Fiber bodied R1200S after matte coating:
The directional lenses have been replaced by white ones since this photo was taken (bulbs silver-coated orange included)...
Revs better with synth. Maybe the bike broke in, finally, 15,000 miles.
I'll keep my R1200S with CF wheels, and mostly CF body, plus a 2.8 lb battery.
I switched to synthetic on my R1200S because of our temps. Bike runs to redline fine, whether 110 or 79 (like we are now after 82).
The rims are old. I have them since August 2009. They do not look aged.
In fact, the rims being as good as they are convinced me to the body.
GPS is ZTechnik's control mount. White panels are stock, repainted because no CF panels were available when I got the CF.
They are now, but over $500 each. I'm may do them, but I like the...
All parts are matte clear coated.
New front lenses are coming (white)
New Carbon FX seat on order.