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    Made some nice pictures at Kasteel Huis Ruurlo of my cleaned bike I'd like to share.













    Hope you like them

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    WOW!

    Fantastic looking machine de100kb! The Schnitzer and carbon parts look great, a perfect match for the bike.

    Now I'm curious if the Schniter uses the same bottom mounts as the center stand. The AC fairing and a center stand on an S would be the perfect combination for me...maybe Mr. Dremel would know.

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    Btw, what kind of camera did you use? The resolution and clarity are purrrdy.

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    Wow!

    Best looking s or st i have seen to date. Nice work. That fairing sure makes it look nice.

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    100kb ... this bike can't be yours ... too shiny
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    Where did u bought the hugger? and how much? did you mounted yourself?
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    beautiful sir. very spiffy if i do say so myself.
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    congratulations, it's really neat and good looking!
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    Hi guys, sorry I respond so late. All messages on new postings in this tread seam to have disappeared into a spam filter

    @WAP: my dealer says you can't combine a Schnitzer fairing with a center stand. It does not use the center stand holes though. Still have to write a message to AC Schnitzer for confirmation on this. I use a stand for the front wheel at home and the side stand at my work.

    The pics are taken with a simple 5MP Sony (DSC P12) which works fine in full sunlight but a lot less in the evenings.

    <Edit> The hugger has been send to me directly from Ilmberger (normally I would have ordered at one of their local dealers) because I have been asking them by mail for months when it would be ready. The price is around 250 euros + p&p. I put it on the bike myself in a few minutes, two screws out, swich old with new part and put two screws back again</edit>

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    Originally posted by de100kb

    Made some nice pictures at Kasteel Huis Ruurlo of my cleaned bike I'd like to share.

    Hope you like them
    Looks awesome de100kb! The bike looks great with the lower fairing on it.
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    Absolutely gorgeous! I'm thinking that might be the nicest looking F800 I've seen yet...

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    Really funny nobody complains on the top case spoiling the looks I think it does not spoil the looks but it accentuates the versatility of the bike.

    Even pimped it a bit further last week: the oil rig is off the bike and the K12 brake fluid holder has replaced it. Looks sooooooooo much better.





    Nicest thing is the price: 50 euro including labour and tax

    Next step will be yellow rim striping but that will have to wait for my birthday because that is what I asked my wife as a present: she will put the rim stripes I already bought on my bike for me. She's a real perfectionist and I'm a great fan of the 20%/80 percent rule but not when it comes to my bike

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    Pics from the first Lahar Gray S with the Schnitzer fairing posted on our Dutch forum by the owner: Beemerfreek from Belgium





    I think the Gray suits the Schnitzer fairing very well too

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    Is the K12 brake fluid canister a bolt in or did that require some engineering? The one thing that almost turned me away from the F800 was that silly looking thing and I'd love to get ride of it. Your solution seems ideal. Can you tell us more?
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    Great pics de100kb looks great how do you get it so clean, mine seems to attract road dirt soon as it moves!

    Hmm..have to admit the Grey with the full fairing and tail piece is rather tasty!

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    Yellow really is the best colour though de...!

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    Yes fw190 Yello is still my favourite for the SS too

    @Herleman see http://f800riders.org/forum/topic.as...C_ID=120#12671 simple job, it took Freek (and my dealers mechanic) only 15 minutes. We will probably never know what made BMW choose for the oil rig when they just could use a K1200 part



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    Sweeet yellow 800!!!! I have a question tho: what brand is ur topbox and is it easily detachable or pretty much fixed to the bike?

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    Nice looking bike!!!. Two questions:

    1.- Due to installation, does it add any extra noices to the bike?

    2.- Did you install it yourself or sent to a shop?

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    Hi GhostRider and F800S Mexico, I have not seen your reactions before (did not receive a email notification ??) so sorry for the slow reaction.

    The top box is a Givi and it's removed in a second. It's fitted on an ST rack with a Givi top plate:


    If you want the best looks you can change the ST rack back to the S rack in under five minutes (4 screws).

    No the fairing does not add extra noises, the sound of the engine just gets a bit more dark. The fairing was installed by (and spray painted via)my BMW dealer.

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    Have you found the hugger assists in keeping the rear of the bike clean?

    May have to get one if it does.

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    I am very very impressed with Ilmberger's service! Sent them an email about an hour ago and have a reply already, much better service than I have had with many overseas places.

    The Hugger delivered to NZ would be $434 NZ.

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    The fairing makes your bike look like a GPZ and VFR from -88
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    Whow! Noyah.......However, I agree with you.
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    The fairing makes your bike look like and GPZ and VFR from -88

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    Sh1t - I dont believe it

    I am presently Down Under (freezing) in Aus (Syd), checked my mailbox and there was a message from AC Schnitzer

    Halleluyah - they have *finally* shipped my AC Schnitzer kit (it only took about 3 months) and now 3 weeks shipping to ZA.

    1 x ACS Fairing
    1 x ACS superbike handelbars
    1 x ACS mirror extenders
    1 x ACS Titanium Can (what to do with the LeoVince or vice versa)
    1 x ACS No cat exhaust pipe adaptor

    I'll post pics once arrived and fitted
    Here's hoping it doesnt get damaged in transit
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    Sh1t - I dont believe it
    1 x ACS Fairing
    1 x ACS superbike handelbars
    1 x ACS mirror extenders
    1 x ACS Titanium Can (what to do with the LeoVince or vice versa)
    1 x ACS No cat exhaust pipe adaptor
    Whoa i'm not jealous at all
    If you don't mind shipping the Pipe you don't want to keep to Sweden... ill gladly buy it from you.
    Just send a Pm and we can take it from there.

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    I'm, definately thinking of doing this mod to my S. I've seen one with a 2 tone yellow/black paint job - do you think this looks better than just yellow? I already have the remus can like the one in he pic

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    Sh1t - I dont believe it

    I am presently Down Under (freezing) in Aus (Syd), checked my mailbox and there was a message from AC Schnitzer

    Halleluyah - they have *finally* shipped my AC Schnitzer kit (it only took about 3 months) and now 3 weeks shipping to ZA.

    1 x ACS Fairing
    1 x ACS superbike handelbars
    1 x ACS mirror extenders
    1 x ACS Titanium Can (what to do with the LeoVince or vice versa)
    1 x ACS No cat exhaust pipe adaptor

    I'll post pics once arrived and fitted
    Here's hoping it doesnt get damaged in transit
    Sh1t I don't believe it, once again all e-mail confirmations on this thread have disappeared again. Renewed my subscriptiom to the 'Accessory nation' forum so I hope to be up-to-date again.

    @keithr: I was wondering about your AC S-order. Very interested on your comparison between the leoVince and the AC Schnitzer full system.

    Today I turned 45 and my birthday present from the family is ...... a Leo Vince Titanium Silencer (and a set of Yellow rim striping).

    @FerdeLance, I still think the full Yellow looks better.


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    Greetings everybody, just bought my first motorcycle, an yellow f800s off course. I saw the pictures of the Ac Schnitzer bodywork and I was wondering where I could buy one in the Netherlands.Any suggestions?? thanx a lot!!

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    Hallo Narf en welkom op dit forum.

    See http://www.ac-schnitzer.nl/.

    The motorcycle parts are not mentioned on the site but they do sell them excursively for the Netherlands. I bought mine via my BMW dealer and he ordered them there.

    Lots of shops like Nippy Normans sell them too but they are all based in the UK or Germany so I think that would be the more expensive route.

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    de100kb:

    Your bike is lovely already! Please post pictures of it once you have it with the LV and the yellow strip on your rims.

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    Well resurrecting this old thread seems the right thing to do now I have some new pics at last, even though they are not nearly as good as the ones on top because of a lack of sunlight.

    But the bike is very clean at the moment thanks to my dealer (long story to be found elsewhere on this forum) and my Ilmberger front pulley cover has arrived at last (11 months late) so I just had to shoot some pics:

    The back of the cover:


    Cover front 1 :


    Cover front 2:


    Left side of the bike:


    Right side of the bike:


    Carbon details:


    Fitting the carbon cover was quite easy but for one point: one of the bolts had to be replaced by a 2 cm longer bolt. Quality is excellent and I really like the looks! Now it's part of the drive-train instead of the engine

    So a warm thanks to Sint Nicolaas who send me a message last December he had ordered this for me and Ilmberger would send it as soon as they had produced one.

    To be complete a list of my mods a.t.m.:
    - ST luggage rack with Givi top case,
    - AC Schnitzer fairing
    - AC Schnitzer mirror extenders
    - Tomtom Rider
    - Ilmberger hugger
    - Ilmberger front pulley cover (Cam Belt Cover)
    - Brake fluid reservoir mod
    - MRA Vario Touring Screen
    - LeoVince titanium 'silencer'
    - Yellow wheel rims
    - Kaoko throttle control
    - Hyperpro front springs
    - Under license plate spoiler mod Carl & Freek
    - Pilote Xenon & LED daylight bulb replacement
    - LSL Superbike bars.

    I love this bike so much thinking of ever selling her feels like thinking of cheating on my wife not a road I want to travel.... ever

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    Too sexy for my bike!

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    how much and where is possible to buy the Schnitzer?

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    biglivius see http://www.ac-schnitzer.de/bmw-motor...dler-weltweit/ can't see an adress in Italy so maybe you should order in France or Spain.

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    just a question out of curiosity, can you put the AC Schnitzer fairing on a ST?

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    just a question out of curiosity, can you put the AC Schnitzer fairing on a ST?

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    Yes, if you remove the ST lowers on the fairing and replace them with the smaller lower panels of the S model first.
    Have a look at pictures of both models to easily understand it.
    You also have to remove the centrestand if fitted and either leave it off or seriously modify the bottom of the AC Schnitzer fairing. It can be done but usually the centrestand is dispensed with to give a better looking setup.
    Pidcocks of Long Eaton fitted a few stock S model bikes with the Schnitzer fairing in '07.
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    Quote Originally Posted by de100kb View Post



    I see you have a TomTom Rider... how have you mounted it to your 'S' ??
    Did you use the mount that comes with the Rider, or did you have to buy an extra piece somewhere???

    Fantastic looking bike btw!!

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    It is a mount made by my dealer which I used until I got the LSL bar. It's a bit hard to describe so a pic might help



    It works like an expansion bolt inside the tube but instead of a metal housing it has a piece of rubber hose which fits inside the bar and expands if you tighten the bolt. The standard mounting piece witch comes with the Tomtom snugly fits on the piece of rubber hose fitted on the outside part of the stud which is the center part of the extension bolt like construction.

    But nowadays there are standard solutions available I think EZMount has one and Wunderlich does.

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    Wow...gorgeous bikes.

    I've already drawn my plans to acquire the fairing...I just haven't decided wether I will stick with yellow, or paint it BMW's Laguna Seca Blue...I figure if I'm getting the new stuff painted, it'd be as good a time as any to change colours...

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    Quote Originally Posted by de100kb View Post
    It is a mount made by my dealer
    thanks for the pic..

    It looks like a really neat solution to be honest! (and maybe not too hard to fabricate)

    I'm off to look at the other possibilities you mentioned...

    edit: Do you have a link to the Wunderlich one? I can't find it on any of the usual Wunderlich suppliers' websites
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    It is on the German site of Wunderlich: http://www.wunderlich.de/wunderlich/2/8/8/1/ but this one looks even better:

    http://www.ztechnik.co.uk/index1.html if the link does not work search for no ZT-Z6131

    But you are right the solution my dealer made was much cheaper, only a few euro's worth of material needed.

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