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    Nice GS Robertsi!

    FYI, here's what an Oilhead looks like...
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    Confused Cam-head

    Thanks for the heads up guys. I'm a newbie and I'm learning the ins and outs about this site. I'm happy I joined the MOA. See... You guys thought me something already. I'll check the cam-head forum and hopefully learn a lot more. Happy Trails.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeabeckS View Post
    FYI, here's what an Oilhead looks like...
    Well, it's a reasonable facsimile of a real Oilhead.

    That bike is painfully clean. Tell me this is your display bike and that you have another that you actually ride.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BC1100S View Post
    That bike is painfully clean. Tell me this is your display bike and that you have another that you actually ride.
    Come to think of it, has SeabeckS ever posted a photo of him actually riding that bike?
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    I am going to have to add henzilla to the list of S bike trouble makers here.

    I know I am a minority among BMW riders, but I like keeping my bikes clean. I don't spend all weekend washing and polishing, but I am not afraid to admit I wash them off after riding a few hours or more. They may not be high dollar bikes, but they are all I have and I feel better keeping them clean. It may be a form of compensating for my poor mechanical abilities.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluehole View Post
    I know I am a minority among BMW riders, but I like keeping my bikes clean. I don't spend all weekend washing and polishing, but I am not afraid to admit I wash them off after riding a few hours or more.
    I'm with you all the way on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC1100S View Post
    Well, it's a reasonable facsimile of a real Oilhead.

    That bike is painfully clean. Tell me this is your display bike and that you have another that you actually ride.
    Well, uh...true confession time. That picture is not my bike...but then I never alleged it was. LOL

    Thought I had time to ride yesterday, but after finishing the Honey Do list, it was time for dinner!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluehole View Post
    I am going to have to add henzilla to the list of S bike trouble makers here.

    I know I am a minority among BMW riders, but I like keeping my bikes clean. I don't spend all weekend washing and polishing, but I am not afraid to admit I wash them off after riding a few hours or more. They may not be high dollar bikes, but they are all I have and I feel better keeping them clean. It may be a form of compensating for my poor mechanical abilities.
    For moi, the bike cleaning may be a result of 26 years in the fire service. Ya go on a run, then clean the rig when you get back in station. Old dog, old habit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkM View Post
    Come to think of it, has SeabeckS ever posted a photo of him actually riding that bike?
    Haven't QUITE figured out how to ride the bike, and take a picture of myself...riding the bike. And all those shots I have from around Puget Sound and in Central Nevada? Truck+ramp+bike+camera = photo ops.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BC1100S View Post
    I'm with you all the way on that.

    Me too Some of my most quality beer drinking time, is in the garage with the beer in one hand & a polishing cloth in the other.

    I'm really thinking about swimming upstream so-to-speak.....contemplating chrome plating the valve covers / timing cover on my Roadster

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeabeckS View Post
    Truck+ramp+bike+camera = photo ops.
    I #@%#& knew it. You Mandarin Orange/Slate Grey and RS-to-an-S-Conversion types are all the same.

    At the rally you'll likely get pictures of one of those rare and beautiful Pacific Blue S's with its handsome and dashing owner signing autographs beside it. Or maybe not...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC1100S View Post
    I #@%#& knew it. You Mandarin Orange/Slate Grey and RS-to-an-S-Conversion types are all the same.

    At the rally you'll likely get pictures of one of those rare and beautiful Pacific Blue S's with its handsome and dashing owner signing autographs beside it. Or maybe not...
    So who is the 'handsome and dashing' mystery man who will be signing autographs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeabeckS View Post
    So who is the 'handsome and dashing' mystery man who will be signing autographs?
    Funny guy. You're just going to have to show up to find out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC1100S View Post
    Funny guy. You're just going to have to show up to find out.
    Okey dokey artichokey!
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