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    Quote Originally Posted by SeabeckS View Post
    I think this one had oil in it's heads...does it count?
    If it was a Superlight and had high-mount Termignonis on it (like mine did) it might count.

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    Alas...mine was only a lowly SP.

    Guess I'll just have to try harder to pull one over on you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by poe345 View Post
    ummm, nice HEXhead ya got there. (for purposes of this sub-forum, HEXs are not OILheads. They've got their own photo thread for those new-fangled beasts.)
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    On the run home from Death Valley yesterday. Temps were in the 20ÔÇÖs and 30ÔÇÖs much of the way out, even some snow flurries. The ride home was downright balmy in the 50ÔÇÖs.

    Taking a break after an extended triple digit run in the Panamint Valley........Gotta love those S's


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    Quote Originally Posted by SeabeckS View Post
    Alas...mine was only a lowly SP.
    A couple of nice pieces on that bike, sir.

    (requisite Blue "S" picture to be posted shortly)

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    Apparently I am going to have to add Rad to the list of trouble makers on this forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluehole View Post
    Apparently I am going to have to add Rad to the list of trouble makers on this forum.
    A badge I will wear with honor

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluehole View Post
    Apparently I am going to have to add Rad to the list of trouble makers on this forum.
    You may like this pic more, me and the wife around 1996, love the gear
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    I do like. You were a regular guy years ago. Tell more about the bike...and the picture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BC1100S View Post
    A couple of nice pieces on that bike, sir.

    (requisite Blue "S" picture to be posted shortly)
    Thank you kind sir!

    What I liked most about that SP was the half faired body kit from a CR. The result of a bit of negotiating as I was buying the SP with the insurance settlement from my earlier CR (wiped out by a Subaru). It made for a bit of an unusual SP, since SP's were only sold (in the States) with the full wrap fairing....

    I miss that bike still.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluehole View Post
    I do like. You were a regular guy years ago. Tell more about the bike...and the picture.
    Thanks for asking. I had been riding for decades and that 96'RS was my first BMW, it was a wonderful bike. It was a fly and ride from BMW North America, it was one of their pool bikes they kept at the LA facility for execs to ride when in town. My wife rode with me a lot at one time but life has not been as kind to her, she has MS and can't even mount a motorcycle anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rad View Post
    Thanks for asking. I had been riding for decades and that 96'RS was my first BMW, it was a wonderful bike. It was a fly and ride from BMW North America, it was one of their pool bikes they kept at the LA facility for execs to ride when in town.

    Another back then pic of the RS
    If you ask nicely, Bluehole might share his very affordable "RS-to-S" conversion kit with you.

    Sorry to hear of your wife's medical problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC1100S View Post
    If you ask nicely, Bluehole might share his very affordable "RS-to-S" conversion kit with you.

    Sorry to hear of your wife's medical problems.
    I loved that set of conversion pics. It looked like too much work so I just purchased an S, two of them as a matter of fact. A 99', the ninth one ever made, then later an 04' that I have now.

    My 99' had a taste for its own clutch splines and ate them up every 15,000 miles.
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    My '04 at MOA national in Wisconsin a few years ago.
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