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Maintenance, Servicing, and Mechanical / Re: Oil cup
« Last post by smithy on Yesterday at 09:44:28 PM »
*Originally Posted by LeftCoastKen [+]
If you can source this filter in your area or online it is brilliant. Top quality and all you need is a ratchet or box wrench.
http://www.hiflofiltro.com/catalogue/filter/HF160RC

I run these filters all the time....I buy in bulk, 5 at a time from Carpimoto. Good value and good service from Carpimoto. I believe they're also manufactured by Mahle, who also make the OEM BMW filters.

https://www.carpimoto.it/en-AU/Bike_BMW_S-1000-XR-17-19/Search.aspx

Smithy.
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A bit more info might help.
How old is it - did you buy it new?
Is it a low/standard/high model?
Any issues?
A good place to start pricing is half of new.
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Maintenance, Servicing, and Mechanical / Re: Oil cup
« Last post by HagarTHEHORRIBLE on Yesterday at 07:26:43 PM »
Thanks for info, already have a strap I'll try with that when the time comes.
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S1000XR - General Chat / Re: Fuel
« Last post by Winger on Yesterday at 05:55:56 PM »
*Originally Posted by Macduff [+]
I think the that modern engine management will make it difficult to tell the difference between the lower 95ron and super grades except via a butt dyno except where stated  earlier where its noticeable in fuel consumption changes over repeatable conditions. But its not just performance the higher ron brings as it also  makes detonation less likely so upper piston combustion/chamber damage is less likely to occur on the higher ron grade fuels, & I suspect the BMW engine design team know what's better for the engine than us armchair enthusiasts given the hours they probably spent testing them, but this is the internet .....

Yep just about sums it up, take all the TUV crap of the bike that strangle’s the motor and all is revealed  :002:
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S1000XR - General Chat / Re: Fuel
« Last post by Boneman1 on Yesterday at 03:53:22 PM »
I have always used Shell Super unleaded 99 Ron on my bikes and car
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S1000XR - General Chat / Re: 2020 XR finally arrived
« Last post by Mr NSB on Yesterday at 03:40:15 PM »
I like the motorsport colours a lot.
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Hello Everyone,

I hope you are well and keeping safe under these difficult circumstances ?

Here at Powerbronze, we've been developing a new product for your 2020 S1000XR's.

We have now developed a front mudguard extender which can be supplied in Gloss or Matt Black finishes.

Supplied with either self tapping screws or plastic push rivets, you do have to drill your front mudguard to fit this extender.



Click here to order - https://www.powerbronze.co.uk/bmw-f900xr-20-s1000xr-20-650-b123.html

Priced at £25, don't forget you can get 10% off this or any other product on our website by using the discount code UKFORUM1 at the shopping cart page as shown in the screenshot below.



Free UK mainland delivery is available on orders over £100. Please ensure that there is a contact telephone numbers on all orders.

If you have any questions, please post them here and I will answer them as soon as I can.

All the best,
Richard
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Maintenance, Servicing, and Mechanical / Re: Oil cup
« Last post by LeftCoastKen on Yesterday at 03:15:41 PM »
If you can source this filter in your area or online it is brilliant. Top quality and all you need is a ratchet or box wrench.
http://www.hiflofiltro.com/catalogue/filter/HF160RC
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S1000XR - General Chat / Re: 2020 XR finally arrived
« Last post by LAMBO281 on Yesterday at 02:12:19 PM »
That actually looks awesome! I like it!
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Parts, Accessories & Clothing For Sale / Re: Various XR Accessories for Sale
« Last post by BATS on Yesterday at 02:01:50 PM »
*Originally Posted by frojak [+]
What will the total price for the givi adapter plate, front mudguard exender and bar end weights with shipping to Norway?

Hi There - delivering to Norway from UK seems very expensive and it appears to be around £65-75....let me see what I can find out for you.
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