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    Quote Originally Posted by SeabeckS View Post
    Can't we all just get along?
    When our stated goal of world domination is so close at hand? Never!

    "S" and "RS" riders of BMWMOA unite!

    PS I guess the "other" oilheads are great bikes, too. They're just not AS great as another bike which shall remain nameless.

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    "S" Bikes

    Quote Originally Posted by BC1100S View Post
    When our stated goal of world domination is so close at hand? Never!
    Note, I am fighting an "S" battle on 3 fronts - flying K-bikes and Thumpers also ---

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    my 1996 R1100rt

    101,000 kms, still feels brand new.
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    Dang! Nicely cared for. It looks brand new.
    2000 R1100RS
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    I have to agree with blue hole.....your ride looks like new !
    Got to be the colour
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    Thank you!
    I love the way it always looks like wet paint! Must be the colour, you are right, it is very deep and rich. Hard to justify an extra $ 15,000 + for a newer R1200rt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rxcrider View Post
    That's what you get for riding eye candy.

    Nobody blinks when my RS only get washed by the rain or a rear peg doesn't point up. A little mud and bugs on the fairing might even cover a few scars.



    Time to rename the thread S vs RS photos?
    OUCH! That musta hurt!!! Hope you didn't get similar scars during that event...!
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    Awright, you asked for it. Well, somebody did.
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    Rs vs S

    RS gets my vote
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    R1100RS...

    Sweet! Looks just like the RS I talked my buddy into buying!

    Of course it's not quite as quick as my S!

    Cheers!
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    RS to S Conversion.





    Does this mean I am in with the In Crowd?
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    Does this mean I am in with the In Crowd?

    Absolutely!
    "all things in moderation - including moderation"

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluehole View Post
    RS to S Conversion.





    Does this mean I am in with the In Crowd?
    Wow, Interesting conversion!

    Perhaps you could do a technical write up for ON? Details of all the steps, costs, etc?

    Also wonder how difficult it might be to reverse the process, just in a case a future owner would rather have an RS???

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeabeckS View Post
    OUCH! That musta hurt!!! Hope you didn't get similar scars during that event...!
    Two different events on two different bikes, neither of which was owned or ridden by me at the time. The fairing its a combination of a '95 and a '96. The big scar is where the two were joined.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluehole View Post
    RS to S Conversion.



    Does this mean I am in with the In Crowd?
    That's hilarious. You're "in" based on your sense of humour alone.

    And I too would like to see the technical write up. Specifically, I'd like to hear of the performance improvements (obviously it can only be better, right? ) you've seen since the conversion.

    As an aside: Its this sort of thing which makes winter more bearable.

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