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For Sale / Wanted / Re: K1200s for sale
« on: May 23, 2019, 05:22:09 pm »
Now Sold and off to a new owner. Deal done and dusted with ease.

It was a bargain and a quick easy sale to a nice lad ( at 28, younger than your average K buyer) and I am happy with the 3 k I received. ( so’s the wife)

For Sale / Wanted / K1200s for sale
« on: May 21, 2019, 08:52:42 pm »
Hi all,   It is with some sadness that I have decided to sell my K1200s.

For full details see E bay no 113757193854. 

As you will see it has a host of extras, plus all the standard parts.

It is very clean and priced to sell at £3000.

For Sale / Wanted / Abba Stand K1200s. Inner Pannier bags. FOR SALE
« on: April 27, 2019, 12:03:12 pm »
Hi all,   I have a brand new (still in wrapping). Abba Superbikes Stand with fitting kit
for a K1200s.   I believe it will fit R models as well as the 1300s?   (Please correct me if I am wrong).  Just never got round to using it.

Looking for £60,  can post have not costed yet, but let’s say £10.  I also
Travel in southern England for work so could possibly deliver / meet somewhere depending where you are.

I also have some inner Pannier bags BMW Part No. 7 692 131. They are in excellent condition.
£30 the pair £5 postage.

Thanks Steve

For Sale / Wanted / Re: Wanted - Hens Teeth (sports panniers)
« on: April 12, 2019, 11:21:59 pm »
Hi Dunc,

I will have some for sale after Easter.  ( using them for a trip to the Le Mans 24 hr) They will come with all the fittings if needed. You can have first refusal.    I will also have a rear carrier if required which I think is an SW motech one. Will check. I also have a brand new (still in it's wrapping, Abba stand and a Cymark Clutch holding tool.  I will be advertising more K parts after Easter, I have not set any prices yet.  Please let me know if interested.   Regards Steve

The Euro K Club Lounge / Re: Ton up boys!
« on: October 19, 2016, 10:51:59 pm »
I don't think many of my first bikes would do the Ton, first big bike back in 77 when I was 17 was a Triumph 500 Daytona. Speedo flicked between 90-110 and it felt fast but my then 18 year old brother had a 1976 Honda Goldwing (unfaired basic bike not a Christmas decorated armchair).  Borrowed it to go to Donington and remember getting in a tussle with a Lotus on the A10 south of Buntingford, 110-125 for a good few miles, great fun and will never forget it and girlfriend on back Enjoyed it too!!

Praise or Shame / Re: Motolegends
« on: September 11, 2016, 11:07:45 pm »
With you on the V7.   I've had a few Guzzis and the V7 is so underrated.

Who's Who? / Re: Hi all!
« on: September 10, 2016, 10:19:49 pm »
Hi,  I am not far from you, just down the A 12 in Chelmsford.  Are you commuting on your bike?  Had a run alongside a k1300 Friday evening on the A12,though I was on my work bike and not my K1200.
Welcome to the club.

Costas, I'd forgotten all about it. It does the same thing as my Sena. I'll offer it up to the members to see if anyone can make use of it.

Hi Brian

I would be interested in this.


Kit Reviews / Re: T handle hex and Allen set
« on: August 31, 2016, 10:56:37 pm »
I have a set of these and for the price they are very good.  Not had any problems with them.

K1200 / K1300 Forum / Re: 30 litre tail pack
« on: August 12, 2016, 09:41:22 pm »

K1200 / K1300 Forum / Re: clutch casing bolts
« on: August 06, 2016, 08:56:07 pm »
Re the bolts breaking off to save the crankcase, the way the insurance companies write bikes off these days, i would say that a case torn from engine would only only speed their decision. Through work, I have seen many crashed bikes over the last 30 years and the very few that have suffered major crankcase damage were totally wrecked in other ways   (usually gone end over end)

K1200 / K1300 Forum / Re: clutch casing bolts
« on: August 04, 2016, 09:04:26 pm »
They are aluminium, I re-used mine and was very careful doing them up,  I spoke to a few well regarded techs I know and they all said that they can see no reason why you could not replace with an aftermarket Alu screw or even a steel screw.  Which was also my opinion.

The Euro K Club Lounge / Re: Anyone running without a warranty ?
« on: June 28, 2016, 12:00:51 am »
Me too, 37500 miles and counting

 I have had the clutch rebuilt at around the price of 18 mths warranty cover. (and I have had the bike nearly 3 years)
It's not my only bike and I don't use for commuting,  plus unlikely to do more than 1500-2000 miles this year.  (or 150-200 with the weather we've been having)

How To - Tech & Forum support / Re: Quick couplings
« on: June 21, 2016, 05:56:49 pm »
I believe it the same size coupling is used on some Triumphs?   My 2000 tiger 885i had already had metal replacements on it when I bought and I seem to remember there was a lot of posts about replacing these on one of the triumph sites.

Count me in on a bulk buy if it gets that far.  Its been in the back of my mind to change it, but i always seem to forget.  (though that does seem a good price anyway)

The Euro K Club Lounge / Re: Castrol power 1
« on: June 08, 2016, 10:30:52 pm »

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