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    I agree mostly with the above. Positioning the...

    I agree mostly with the above. Positioning the body prior to curves and especially unknown curves is the safest way to be prepared for the unknown. The track training I have done trains these...
  2. Not at home unil 6 Sept. It is nothing fancy......

    Not at home unil 6 Sept. It is nothing fancy... just some velcro stuck to open area of switch with black cloth attached. Makes an air barrier preventing some of the heat being absorbed. Read about...
  3. I have seen a thread showing the inside of these...

    I have seen a thread showing the inside of these switches. Apparently one theory is the copper traces get cracked and lose continuity. The cause maybe heat causing the issue. I have insulated my...
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    First time I have seen it - Admirable!!

    First time I have seen it - Admirable!!
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    Marc

    The bike was moving around more than what is even normal for him so believe he was on the limit for that setup. The immediate very serious debriefing after the race showed he had something to...
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    My son actually asked me why the cylinders could...

    My son actually asked me why the cylinders could not be positioned that way one day while I was showing him the torque effect of revving the R1200 engine. I answered him it is all a compromise and...
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    The opposition and lobbying would be huge as...

    The opposition and lobbying would be huge as indicated by the helmet law controversy. How did they ever get the seat belt laws thru? Funny thing no one squawks about those laws and you are being...
  8. NO argument regarding the merits of the bike etc....

    NO argument regarding the merits of the bike etc. but I was quite surprised is all.
  9. I saw that on my twitter update recently and I...

    I saw that on my twitter update recently and I was thinking "how strange". I was wondering if it was based on the previous report dated in June and nobody at cycle world was informed of the...
  10. Good Luck getting home. It weighs on me when I...

    Good Luck getting home. It weighs on me when I suspect something maybe wrong which causes me more mental fatigue.
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    I will be checking and lubing the pins on the...

    I will be checking and lubing the pins on the rear calipers on both my R1200GSA Camhead and K1300GT before I ride again. I have learnt from another thread they are not suppose to be as hot as mine...
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    The water crossings BMW advertise for the GS line...

    The water crossings BMW advertise for the GS line of bikes should include a note for Shaft bikes to check the FD unit for water getting past the gaitor or getting into the oil thru the vent/seals...
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    I will give a little brake grease a try. I never...

    I will give a little brake grease a try. I never used it on the bike considering it will collect dirt. The caliper feels free to float when I wiggle it around some but will see if I can get it...
  14. Thank you. I am going to look into this. Stuck in...

    Thank you. I am going to look into this. Stuck in AZ traffic once where I pulled off and shutdown to let everything cool before it got too hot. Probably being conservative but that is my nature with...
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    Wyman, those temps look very good. I am out of...

    Wyman, those temps look very good. I am out of town now until September but I will be checking on this further when I get home. If I remember correctly the rear is a floating caliper.
    I keep the...
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    I loved the video. I like to travel the same way...

    I loved the video. I like to travel the same way but I have a terrible eye for pictures.
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    Interesting, both my R1200GSA and K13GT get...

    Interesting, both my R1200GSA and K13GT get pretty hot. Not as hot as when I first put the EBC pads on but still pretty hot to the touch. Have not measured it like the LA police eval did but I do...
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    Regarding airflow over rear brakes.... would a...

    Regarding airflow over rear brakes.... would a chain or belt drive give that much extra cooling from airflow compared to a shaft? That FD gets pretty warm and the heat may conduct thru the metal...
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    I am going with Wymans opinion to replace pads...

    I am going with Wymans opinion to replace pads early to keep the heat dissipating capacity. I replaced my rear pads with 2.5mm left. Plus it is a chance to clean the caliper pucks etc. My rear EBC...
  20. Fan

    Never knew a fan was an option available as an add on. I assume that would work on my 2011 R12GSA. How much labour is involved? Is it the same fan as installed on the RT-P bikes. If not too onerous...
  21. I ended up using the Fender mount and very secure...

    I ended up using the Fender mount and very secure and can be mounted at just the right height. I am away from home so no pictures but I think the fender mount is easiest and look best.
  22. Do I avoid ethanol... No. Would I like to avoid...

    Do I avoid ethanol... No. Would I like to avoid it....Yes, but very inconvenient from my home to the nearest ethanol free station according to pure-gas.org. Instead I use a techcron additive when...
  23. I enjoyed it immensely. Not sure if the revs on...

    I enjoyed it immensely. Not sure if the revs on a GSW would excite me as much as the sportier bikes on the race circuits revving past 10,000 for top end performance.
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    It is possible the person answering was not privy...

    It is possible the person answering was not privy to the Anonymous book. Another requirement should be to brief everyone who may answer the telephone.

    Just saying that is a possibility and...
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    So much to look forward to. If I can keep my...

    So much to look forward to. If I can keep my current cars ten more years at least I will be 59 when I need to face this. I may have a new motorcycle with some of these doo dahhs first since I tend...
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