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    '99 k1200rs

    Loaded for a 5-day trip...


    On display....


    At the track....(in the rain)...
    If you can't go fast with 100hp, you can't go fast with 200hp.

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    Mine

    Here's me with my 'new' 2000 K1200RS.

    24,000 miles on the odo and this thing looks like it just came off the showroom floor. I'm very lucky to have been the guy that bought it.

    Now all I need is warm weather.
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    "During Prohibition I survived on nothing but food and water." - W.C. Fields

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    My 1994 Flying Brick on the Arabian Peninsula

    And it flew...
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    Quote Originally Posted by LCSmith View Post
    And it flew...
    That is a GREAT pic!
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    Sting II

    Here I am flat footed on my 1994 Dakar Yellow K75S after my low seat conversion....(anyone interested in standard seat, toolbox, lock?....

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    Hi Bev; Congratulations on making the conversion. Your "Bee" looks really nice, too.

    How do you like your Laminar Lip?
    ---Jeff

    ex: K75S Berlina R100GS/PD , K100RS , R75/5 , R60/2

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    Laminar Lip

    Quote Originally Posted by nh7robmw View Post
    Hi Bev; Congratulations on making the conversion. Your "Bee" looks really nice, too.

    How do you like your Laminar Lip?
    It seems to throw the air over my head...still getting used to the low bars...after all I used to have the /2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFontaine View Post
    ...still getting used to the low bars...after all I used to have the /2.
    You might want to try bar backs. My wife and I both really like the more comfortable riding position on our Ss. I'm 6' 1". She's 5' 4".

    http://www.ascycles.com/detail.aspx?ID=1349

    You will NOT need the different brake hose because you have the newer single hose style front brake hose (older bikes had three).



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    Barbacks for the K75S

    Bev; You also might want to check out the MotoTechniques barbacks, too---if you only want or need a small amount of rise and setback---and they're about half the cost of the A&S ones. I'm 6' tall and my arms are long, though, so my reach is now about perfect with these.

    Also, I think the A&S barbacks are the only ones don't require any modification to your dash pad mounting system... (I made up some small S-brackets and spacers for mine) so that's another thing to consider.
    ---Jeff

    ex: K75S Berlina R100GS/PD , K100RS , R75/5 , R60/2

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    1997 k1100 lt

    Just brought it home yesterday. It has only 7500 miles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cayuse60 View Post
    Just brought it home yesterday. It has only 7500 miles.
    Geeze....7500 miles?

    That sounds like a story.
    "During Prohibition I survived on nothing but food and water." - W.C. Fields

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    Quote Originally Posted by gsmetal View Post
    Geeze....7500 miles?

    That sounds like a story.

    The bike was bought in early 1998 as a left over by 74 year old owner/riderof an
    R80. He road it an average of 500 miles each yeay until he passed away in 2007. A friend who rode with him bought the bike from the original owners widow and road it when not on his R1150. He sold it, because he prefers the R bike and could not support both bikes. The bike has on scracth on the right mirror and runs well. It is a special edition basic model.
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    " If you don't know where you are going, any road will get you there." And that is OK with me

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    Quote Originally Posted by cayuse60 View Post
    The bike was bought in early 1998 as a left over by 74 year old owner/riderof an
    R80. He road it an average of 500 miles each yeay until he passed away in 2007. A friend who rode with him bought the bike from the original owners widow and road it when not on his R1150. He sold it, because he prefers the R bike and could not support both bikes. The bike has on scracth on the right mirror and runs well. It is a special edition basic model.
    I assume I'll be able to drool over it at the RSM Rally in May? It'll be my first time attending.
    Nik #140220 - '88 K75C | '96 R1100RS | '77 R100RS | '06 DL650
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    Finished the K12Beast, and updated the K75's yet again
























    Plan to have them at the 49er in May and the MOA rally in July-our first one!

    Larry

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    Quote Originally Posted by cayuse60 View Post
    Just brought it home yesterday. It has only 7500 miles.

    I am way jealous...great find! :

    Larry

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