Search Results - BMW F800 Riders Forum & Registry



Remove this advertisement by REGISTERING.

Page 1 of 11 1 2 3 4
Registered users can exclude forums from search.

Search: Search took 0.05 seconds.

  1. Replies
    6
    Views
    1,469

    Hi Jay, My wife and I have had 4 F800-twin...

    Hi Jay,

    My wife and I have had 4 F800-twin machines between the two of us (2007 F800ST, 2010 F800GT, 2010 F650GS Twin, and new 2019 F800GT). We've only had the stalling issue on the F800ST.
    ...
  2. Replies
    3
    Views
    341

    I installed the Hornig version and had a post...

    I installed the Hornig version and had a post lamenting their refusal to warranty for a bad/inadequate resistor module "because I didn't buy it direct from them" (even though I had a receipt from the...
  3. Replies
    7
    Views
    250

    The highest probability is that you have an...

    The highest probability is that you have an over-voltage spike. The ECU will shut down the display to protect it in this case.

    I am an advocate for checking the easy and obvious first.
    1. Check...
  4. Biggest changes: 1. Drive by wire on the GT...

    Biggest changes:

    1. Drive by wire on the GT vs. Traditional Throttle Cable on the ST
    2. Fairing and windshield are slightly broader on the GT. GT has better support/windshield stability.
    3....
  5. Replies
    3
    Views
    144

    Just to clarify..... The LED indicators were...

    Just to clarify.....

    The LED indicators were OK before the software update or were they done at the same time?

    If the fast flashing started after your software update, take it back to the...
  6. Replies
    5
    Views
    391

    This needs to go in the hall of wisdom. Well...

    This needs to go in the hall of wisdom. Well done!!
  7. Replies
    82
    Views
    3,279

    I hope you've solved it. Thinking about this a...

    I hope you've solved it. Thinking about this a bit more, I think you have. That missing o-ring likely caused loss of pressure and/or the pump to work overtime (overheating and/or failing...
  8. I agree, try the airHawk as that is the...

    I agree, try the airHawk as that is the cheapest/quickest solution. You could also try shimming the front seat bracket slightly to create a more horizontal seating surface (you can't do too much on...
  9. Replies
    5
    Views
    240

    Cramer is correct. High probability of the...

    Cramer is correct. High probability of the steering head bearings pitted, too loose, or both. Here are some possibilities to check (easiest to most involved).

    1. Check for play in the bearings as...
  10. Replies
    82
    Views
    3,279

    Definitely rooting for you too! If this...

    Definitely rooting for you too!

    If this solves it, your hard work will have paid off and you are now more intimately familiar with your bike (silver lining).
  11. Glad it worked out for you. I had initially used...

    Glad it worked out for you. I had initially used washers as well but found the assembly a bit to wobbly. If yours is solid, no problem. If it isn't create some larger shims with more surface area...
  12. Replies
    82
    Views
    3,279

    Exactly correct!! I had the same dilemma...

    Exactly correct!!



    I had the same dilemma with a few kits. I ended up using my original strainer to ensure a good fit. I your original one is in good shape, I would use that.



    ...
  13. Replies
    82
    Views
    3,279

    You are definitely missing an o-ring that sits...

    You are definitely missing an o-ring that sits between the fuel filter and the plastic pump assembly. once installed, it sits inside the "well" of the filter itself (exactly in the spot shown in...
  14. This is a common problem with various aftermarket...

    This is a common problem with various aftermarket seats (Corbin, Sargent...etc). After you've eliminated the obvious (interferance from wires/plugs..etc), the most common cause is that the latch...
  15. Thread: Scam?

    by Claudio_S
    Replies
    6
    Views
    183

    Scam. Looks like a wordpress auto generated site...

    Scam. Looks like a wordpress auto generated site complete with bad grammar.
  16. Replies
    21
    Views
    392

    Hey Rich, Very odd description. I am going to...

    Hey Rich,

    Very odd description. I am going to suggest that the diagnostic is showing incorrect text (but underlying probably seeing the correct code). Use a motoscan or a GS-911 to get the proper...
  17. Thread: heated grips

    by Claudio_S
    Replies
    4
    Views
    147

    I agree with Roadster. Both dying simultaneously...

    I agree with Roadster. Both dying simultaneously indicates either the switch (dirty/bad contact or broken) or the ECU is trying to save your weak charging system. If they each died slowly over time,...
  18. Replies
    82
    Views
    3,279

    The hose in your picture is the output side of...

    The hose in your picture is the output side of the fuel pump. It connects the output of the pump to the injectors. If the bike has been running recently, there will be some pressure in that line and...
  19. Replies
    8
    Views
    258

    As you have no codes showing up and you don't...

    As you have no codes showing up and you don't have an outright blow-by on your pistons, I would suspect the valves due to the excessive noise. Check your clearance and adjust.

    Just to confirm.......
  20. Replies
    5
    Views
    252

    BMWRoadster is correct. The pump would not have...

    BMWRoadster is correct. The pump would not have an effect on your gas gauge or the statistics. Most likely the float maybe being interfered with or the electrical contact relating to the float has...
  21. Replies
    82
    Views
    3,279

    I'm not sure what you mean. Are you saying you...

    I'm not sure what you mean. Are you saying you folks are recommending running the pump without a controller? (something I would do as an emergency road-side fix for a dead controller but not a...
  22. From another post in the forum, these are the...

    From another post in the forum, these are the basic instructions:
  23. Glad it worked for you!!

    Glad it worked for you!!
  24. Replies
    82
    Views
    3,279

    The controller is external so try the pump first....

    The controller is external so try the pump first.
    Might as well put a new filter on it since you are in there.

    One tip (from my mistake), the OEM setup was a press fit, when I replaced my...
  25. Replies
    82
    Views
    3,279

    This is good progress. I've used Duralast pumps...

    This is good progress. I've used Duralast pumps and stators/regulators on my bikes from Euromotoelectrics.com (Denver). Decent price and good service.

    The swap is relatively easy compared to what...
Results 1 to 25 of 252
Page 1 of 11 1 2 3 4