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    And one of my K1200S



    Must admit, I was into the K's way before the Boxers, when I acquired my R80GS almost by accident

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    Quote Originally Posted by everywherevirtually View Post
    Southern Bavaria

    There may be trouble ahead
    Nice photograph (and bike)

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    mine

    Mine at rest....
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    Hers one of my k1600 at the old F1 circuit outside Reims.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fanum View Post
    I particularly like the inbuilt 'Hard braking guillotine' you have fitted to that K
    It does look potentially v painful!
    I've gone orange 1290 SA

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    RAM Shock

    Hi Mike,
    I`ve got a K75RT which has proved to be a great everyday rider

    Interested in the RAM shock although i`ve not heard of these mine is leaking ...any chance of photo?

    Cheers
    Nick

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    RAM Shock

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    Quote Originally Posted by poccer View Post
    Hi Mike,
    I`ve got a K75RT which has proved to be a great everyday rider

    Interested in the RAM shock although i`ve not heard of these mine is leaking ...any chance of photo?

    Cheers
    Nick
    Here's their website:

    http://www.realmengineering.com/page15.html

    Speak to them and they'll fit a spring appropriate for your weight etc.

    The one I fitted to the "Turd":


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    No longer mine, miss it
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    My old 10 plate K1300R in Belgium and my new 62 plate
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    Quote Originally Posted by poccer View Post
    Interested in the RAM shock although i`ve not heard of these mine is leaking ...any
    Nick,

    If that sparkly RAM shock is too rich for your wallet, I have here a standard unit off a bike with just 16,000 miles.

    It's got no corrosion on the piston shaft and is in generally quite good condition cosmetically (depending on your opinion of what's tidy ).

    100 quid posted.


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    shocker

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    The Beast in question

    1996 Ultima in the Gorge de Verdon
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    My new old K

    Just bought this rather lovely machine - a bit of variety after 15 years on an R1100GS (which Im keeping)

    2004 K1200GT (brick) 25,000 miles.


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    Quote Originally Posted by motobiker View Post
    Just bought this rather lovely machine - a bit of variety after 15 years on an R1100GS (which Im keeping)

    2004 K1200GT (brick) 25,000 miles.

    Good looker Does it ride and feel similar to a 1150 RT?

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    Quote Originally Posted by motobiker View Post
    Just bought this rather lovely machine - a bit of variety after 15 years on an R1100GS (which Im keeping)

    2004 K1200GT (brick) 25,000 miles.

    Nice.

    I seriously considered a 1200RS or GT at one time. I was only attracted to the older Bricks by the relatively easier access of the tubular framed models for service and repairs.

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