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  1. Thread: Stainless Torx

    by Bogbody
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    Take care with the use of stainless steel...

    Take care with the use of stainless steel fasteners.
    The material is not as strong as high-tensile steel.
    Screws and bolts used to hold fairings or other light weight parts in place should be fine...
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    Yes, lengh is a problem. The SAE lead needs to be...

    Yes, lengh is a problem. The SAE lead needs to be about 12"/25cm longer.
    I fitted my lead so that it comes out on the handlebars.
    There are plenty of places on the fairing that could be used.
  3. In the UK its cosmetics, low milage and service...

    In the UK its cosmetics, low milage and service history.
    These days, in the uk, bikes are for Sundays not for life.
    Condition is everything.
    Which bike is best for you, on your side of the pond,...
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    Those voltages are fine. Philips and Osram make...

    Those voltages are fine.
    Philips and Osram make a "rough service bulb" or a "moto" bulb that is supposed to resist vibration.
    Having said that the bulb should last between 200 and 500 hours (6,000...
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    Has the bulb "blown" or has the lamp filament...

    Has the bulb "blown" or has the lamp filament broken?
    I would check the battery voltage to make sure its ok.
    If high when the bike is running >15V then the bulb wont last long.
    This would...
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    Suggestion (but I'm sure you have) disconect the...

    Suggestion (but I'm sure you have) disconect the charger from the battery and see if the battery charger does its job.
    :-)
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    Do some research into "split charge" systems....

    Do some research into "split charge" systems. Common on caravan and the like. Parts to make the charging automatic are readily available.
  8. Looks like the bar end weights are missing.

    Looks like the bar end weights are missing.
  9. Thread: Oil change

    by Bogbody
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    Unless of course someone has changed the standard...

    Unless of course someone has changed the standard plug.
    Carefully try a T50 torx and Allen key. By the way I thought the 24mm refered to the thread size???
    It should be obvious which fits properly....
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    Are any error lights showing on the speedo? My...

    Are any error lights showing on the speedo?
    My first quess would be to check allthe wireing thats you have disturbed.
    Then read the codes with Motoscan or a GS911.
    Report the codes on here and...
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    Those pictures of the bike being "ridden" put me...

    Those pictures of the bike being "ridden" put me right off it.
    No matter how good it might be its NEVER going to find a place in my fleet, nor will I ever ride one myself.
    That is just the image...
  12. Thread: Tankbag

    by Bogbody
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    Givi Tanklock. Fit adapter to "tank", clip on...

    Givi Tanklock.
    Fit adapter to "tank", clip on and use bag.
    I have 2, a small 5L for every day use and a 25L Kappa for touring.
    Work very well.
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    The article reads very oddly - certainly does not...

    The article reads very oddly - certainly does not reflect the attitudes and opionions coming out in the UK press and from the various biking representatives.
    The uk phrase that applies to the...
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    Use the GPS connector.

    Use the GPS connector.
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    Yes, ask the local dealer -- here in the UK it'll...

    Yes, ask the local dealer -- here in the UK it'll cost about ú80/ú100 for a key.
    I asked a local Locksmith (specialising in Automobile locks).
    Can do it, need old key to look at data interchanged...
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    Firstly carry out a "sniff test" to check for...

    Firstly carry out a "sniff test" to check for combustion gasses in the coolant. A litmus paper check is also available. This will indicate wether the head gasket has failed pressurising the system
    ...
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    Engine heat? Not a problem in the uk where 30C is...

    Engine heat? Not a problem in the uk where 30C is considered an unbearable heatwave.
    At under 10C my legs are warm and comfortable. :-)
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    Yes, the circuit is electronicaly limited to 5A.

    Yes, the circuit is electronicaly limited to 5A.
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    If its a torx recess its off the BMW. If its hex...

    If its a torx recess its off the BMW.
    If its hex recess its not. Try a torx/hex key in it to see.
    First thought that comes to mind is to check the centre stand securing bolts.
    Is it M6 or M8 ??
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    Have a look here might give you a clue....

    Have a look here might give you a clue.
    https://bikeluggage.co.uk/collections/shad-spares-repairs/products/shad-sh36-pannier-spare-parts-d1b36sp
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    Do you have the original key? If so the barrell...

    Do you have the original key?
    If so the barrell comes out once a latch tumbler is pressed in with the key inserted and the pannier opened. The latch tumbler is also hidden from view until the key...
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    Look at the link .... item 5 is secured by...

    Look at the link .... item 5 is secured by screws from the inside and is adjustable.

    https://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/showparts?id=0B13-USA---K71-BMW-F%20800%20GT%20(0B03,%200B13)&diagId=77_0613
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    The rubber pads on the standard Shad panniers are...

    The rubber pads on the standard Shad panniers are adjustable.
    There are screws inside the pannier that when loosened allow the pads to be moved. The panniers on my F800GT were floppy until I...
  24. Engine oil. Gearbox shares the same oil - common...

    Engine oil. Gearbox shares the same oil - common on most bikes.
  25. Interesting - I would like to know the answer as...

    Interesting - I would like to know the answer as well.
    I have a hunch that it wont fit because the logic pcb replaces part o the helmet liner.
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