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Bikes for Sale / Re: 2016 S1000XR RED 90,000 Miles - North East USA
« Last post by David_Kobra on Today at 02:42:07 pm »
*Originally Posted by David_Kobra [+]
Hello,

I am selling my beloved 2016 BMW S1000XR. This bike had been to 49 states through the 5 years I've owned it. Currently at 88,000 miles on the clock, will go up as long as its not snowing. Price is $7,500 - negotiable.

The bikes has only seen BMW dealers for all service. Mainly MAX BMW of New Milford, CT.

The bike is currently getting its 18k service. ( valve check, oil change, etc. ) as well as a compression test. I had the extended warranty which was valid until 10/28/2023, a list of components were replaced.

Some of the mods are listed below, the bike is mainly stock.
- Cobra speed pro slip on exhaust
- heated corbin seat ( rider + pillion)
- fender Elim r&g
- bmw fork sliders
- Altrider radiator and oil cooler guard
- SW motech crash bars
- k & n race air filter
- LED headlights ( extremely bright )
- givi top case and sidecase racks
- Galpher wave rear rotor

Below are some of the recent services performed
- Valves, oil, spark plugs, air filter October 2023
- Coolant flush September 2023
- Timing chain guides + chain replaced June 2023
- Stator replaced September 2023
- New tires September 2023 ( Pilot road 6 GT )
- Oil change October 2023
- Forks serviced late 2022
- Brake fluid flush late 2022
- Replaced rear brake caliper late 2022
- Replaced rear shock ( warranty ~at 65k miles on the clock )
- New brake pads ( Front + rear ) October 2023

Pictures = https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1jtEeGWy7tCp3VjmOV-DC9luBVr5njT3O

The bike is adult owned. No wheelies or stunts. Extremely powerful and reliable. I am looking for something more offroad capable. This deal may or may not include my Givi trekker cases as well as BMW navigator.

I am open to reasonable trades, mainly adventure bikes. I am willing to add cash.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Low ballers ignored, no joy rides, if the post is up the bike is available.  :763:



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Accessories, Mods, and Appearance / Re: Gen 2 Header question
« Last post by the bartender on Yesterday at 11:44:13 pm »
*Originally Posted by smithy [+]
On the ones I know of, they used RR heads & cams on XR engine blocks. So essentially RR valve trains on lower compression XR engines.

The Gen-1 R & XR engines are identical.

The RR has titanium inlet and exhaust valves. They use different cams. The inlet springs on the RR are different....exhaust springs are the same as the R & XR.

Spring retainers, collets and rockers are identical on all three bikes..

Pistons are different on the RR too as the compression ratio is higher on the RR, 13.0:1 as opposed to 12.0:1 on the R & XR. RR pistons are supplied by Mahle, XR & R pistons are supplied by Asso.

Everything else engine wise is essentially the same on all three bikes.

Smithy.

if they are using the R/RR valvetrain that it makes sense that its 'healthy'.
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My late 2023 bike (currently sporting 30 miles from new) doesn't lower to MIN, either. I have also read that the adjustment from MIN to AUTO requires the bike to have travelled some distance for the ECU to be able to make the adjustment (which makes sense), but I see no movement from AUTO to MIN at all. I might ask a hefty friend to re-run the test, but it shouldn't need a heavy person to trigger it as the bike is presumably winding out all the preload so there should be some movement?
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*Originally Posted by Matt589 [+]
I suspect the ride height sensor has got confused and needs to be reset. I recall there were issues back in the early days of the GS LC where one end of the ride height sensor arm was slightly disconnected, preventing any change in preload. It’s worth a look?

I'll check it

Thank you!
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New Member Introductions / Re: Hi from Spain
« Last post by Ekiserre on February 21, 2024, 08:45:51 pm »
*Originally Posted by Spiceboy [+]
Hi and welcome,

What area of Spain are you at?

Thank you!

From Madrid.
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New Member Introductions / Re: Hi from Spain
« Last post by Spiceboy on February 21, 2024, 08:11:17 pm »
Hi and welcome,

What area of Spain are you at?


*Originally Posted by Ekiserre [+]
Hi everybody from Spain!

I've one s1000xr november 2022 with 10.000.kms

Red, of course, they are faster

Regards!



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*Originally Posted by Ekiserre [+]
Thanks for answering.

I'm riding everytime on auto. If in the garaje I put the suspension in "Min" it doesn't start lowering... I don't know if this is an issue and malfunction or not...

I suspect the ride height sensor has got confused and needs to be reset. I recall there were issues back in the early days of the GS LC where one end of the ride height sensor arm was slightly disconnected, preventing any change in preload. It’s worth a look?
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*Originally Posted by Ekiserre [+]
Thanks for answering.

I'm riding everytime on auto. If in the garaje I put the suspension in "Min" it doesn't start lowering... I don't know if this is an issue and malfunction or not...

Yep, something is not correct. Consider a trip to the BMW Motorrad Dealership fore evaluation/correction or consider a 911WiFi to reset the rear spring suspension.

Best,

Doc :084:
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New Member Introductions / Re: Hi from sunny Cullercoats, UK
« Last post by Pazzo75 on February 21, 2024, 11:09:24 am »
*Originally Posted by Dixy [+]
Hi Steve
welcome to the site , i dont live that far away away from you 3miles at best, enjoy the forum and maybe see you local or  :001: :001:up kielder way

Hi Dixy,


Thanks! I’m planning to be out and about quite a lot so might see you around. We’ve got some nice places to visit up our way!
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New Member Introductions / Re: Hi from sunny Cullercoats, UK
« Last post by Dixy on February 21, 2024, 10:51:07 am »
Hi Steve
welcome to the site , i dont live that far away away from you 3miles at best, enjoy the forum and maybe see you local or  :001: :001:up kielder way
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