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    Stick coil price

    I have a 04 r1150rt that needs the coils replaced.It Runs very rough and struggles to not stall at a stop.Any one have a rough idea what that might cost,i'm having the dealer order and install them,'
    thanks

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    All is revealed here:

    http://www.maxbmwmotorcycles.com/fic...5&rnd=04302013

    (of course, you could always just call your service manager and ask him/her what their cost is....)
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    They would be easy to install yourself.

    Anyone tried these?

    http://www.euromotoelectrics.com/Ign...w-scoil853.htm

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    Over the years, I've replaced both sticks, the coil under the tank, AND both wires to the "lower" plugs. Ah well, part of the joy.
    The "sticks" are super-easy to R&R; just use a "real" metal puller on the caps (gently! and pull Straight out) instead of the plastic P.O.S. in the stock kit. Make sure the new ones are Fully seated on the plugs.
    If you pull the gas tank, you can do the dual coil too; but that may not be necessary - sticks have more failure history.
    Make sure that you also Very Closely inspect those two wires for the lower plugs - on mine, several of the mounting/routing clips were way too tight and eating into the insulation. They can be gently spread a little bit.
    Also, the RT parts fiche was not correct for my wires (the ends were wrong! and on the civilian version, not the "Authority" shielded ones), but the GS fiche had the right part number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger 04 RT View Post
    They would be easy to install yourself.

    Anyone tried these?

    http://www.euromotoelectrics.com/Ign...w-scoil853.htm
    Just did this. Amazing difference in performance.
    keep it light enough to travel.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger 04 RT View Post
    They would be easy to install yourself.

    Anyone tried these?

    http://www.euromotoelectrics.com/Ign...w-scoil853.htm
    Have not tried the stick coils but I buy all my electrical and filter parts from euromotoelectrics. Just purchased two Bosch fuel injectors (identical to OEM) there as well. Paid $185 vs. $307 for the pair from BMW. Identical parts that come _with_ new square O ring and top O ring. These are extra at BMW.

    Quality parts with excellent price and delivery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by happy wanderer View Post
    Have not tried the stick coils but I buy all my electrical and filter parts from euromotoelectrics. Just purchased two Bosch fuel injectors (identical to OEM) there as well. Paid $185 vs. $307 for the pair from BMW. Identical parts that come _with_ new square O ring and top O ring. These are extra at BMW.

    Quality parts with excellent price and delivery.
    Can not say enough good about these guys. They rock!
    I used to post here, but now I don't.

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