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by childsy0073 Published on 02-18-21 05:19 PM
Hi I’m upgrading springs in front forks and would like to know if someone has measurements of the black sliding sleeve that sits under the spring?
Looks like mine has been played with having a spacer top and bottom and I would like to go back to standard with the new springs,need the height of sleeve?
by Richard230 Published on 10-12-20 08:52 AM
f you ever fall over and damage your F800/700/650's shift selector shaft mechanism, here is a video showing how to replace it easily without even needing to drain the oil out of the engine. Anyone should be able to perform this task in their garage with a few common tools, after buying the necessary replacement parts:
by bodrumsurf Published on 01-06-20 05:51 AM
Hi there.
I have F800GS 2016.
I have broke one of the rear signal.
Anyone know how to change that ?
by Chris Birmele Published on 06-09-19 06:24 AM
My 2014 F800GSA blows the headlight bulb frequently - once every fortnight or so, and I am not riding much in that time.

This only started happening recently, never had a problem before. Bulbs would last a couple of years or so, I replaced mine at least three times so far.

My GS-911 diagnostic unit does not indicate any issue, so this is puzzling me. I can only imagine an electrical spikes might cause it, but this is a guess ..

Has anyone experienced this before?

by Richard230 Published on 05-27-19 08:40 AM
I located these wiring diagrams in the Haynes Service & Repair Manual for the BMW F800 & F650 Twins.
by Richard230 Published on 04-01-19 08:32 AM
This seems like a useful article regarding how to clean and care for both your helmet and your face shield:
by Richard230 Published on 12-30-18 07:49 AM
While this article might not help owners of F800 models, it might just help owners of the F750/850 bikes some day.

by Richard230 Published on 10-31-18 09:28 AM
If you have the type of brake caliper that holds the brake pads in place with a hook built into the pad at the upper end of the pad assembly and a hole at the lower end that a rod fits through, which is screwed into the body of the caliper and is secured by a circlip or wire J-clip, you might give this a try to remove the brake pads without needing to detach the caliper from their fork mounts: First remove the securing circlip or wire J-clip on the pad attachment rod at the lower rear of the.....
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