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post #41 of 74 (permalink) Old 07-26-2019, 07:09 AM
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Ok had to delete the last one, my English went to sleep on me, haha.

I'm 80% sure this guy will let the bike go for 20k cash. I've spoken to him via Facebook message and he says title in hand, 300miles. Located Virginia USA. Only posted on here in case someone is interested.

Wonder why I'm seeing so many for sale. It's crazy, I absolutely love mine. Could it be better? YES, did I think about selling? YES but I thought about it hard for a few days and only issues I could come up with can be fixed with a flash. (BMW_388 and Brentuning) already have one available. So I've chosen to deal with it for now, and spent a boat load on carbon from @MotoMillion. Next year hopefully when I'm confident that the bike will withstand the time I'll flash/tune/full system it.
Is the warranty transferable?
I would assume, but I'm not completely sure on that.(I'm not selling.... just incase... haha)
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@flyryder One can only stay positive for so long. I will always buy a S1000RR. But I am very disappointed about losing out on so much riding time. I do have my current RR but when you know the new one is coming that becomes forgotten. I need a new bike. 2 years I upgrade and now I am already over 3. The bike is old and tired. I don't want it. I am just having a whinge. I have been quiet but seeing everyone modifying their new bikes is really making me triggered. Toys out of the pram now.
Benny, hang in there brother! It's coming, I know your frustrated. Hopefully yours arrives soon, it drove me crazy waiting so I can only imagine what you are going threw everyday.
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Yeah mine will be next year. Warranty stays with the bike not the owner.
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@flyryder One can only stay positive for so long. I will always buy a S1000RR. But I am very disappointed about losing out on so much riding time. I do have my current RR but when you know the new one is coming that becomes forgotten. I need a new bike. 2 years I upgrade and now I am already over 3. The bike is old and tired. I don't want it. I am just having a whinge. I have been quiet but seeing everyone modifying their new bikes is really making me triggered. Toys out of the pram now.
"Toys out of the pram..." That's a great description. I don't blame you.
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Iím number 11 out of 15 at the dealer Iím going to get my bike from. I hope some bikes start rolling in soon and or people drop their spot. Luckily I still have a liter bike to ride around for the summer but the wait is definitely frustrating! I feel everyoneís pain. I would of grabbed the one posted above itís about a 6 hr drive from me but I planned on charging 10k on the credit card when mine came in. Only got 14k cash at the moment for the bike and still paying off my new truck from last year. Guess I just gotta wait it out


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I cancelled my deposit after I saw the bulletin that they were looking for a new mfg for case parts and more units wouldn't be starting drop till late this year "novemberish".

I did a few demo rides and after a long hard think along with a little deal work I'm taking this home next week.

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I cancelled my deposit after I saw the bulletin that they were looking for a new mfg for case parts and more units wouldn't be starting drop till late this year "novemberish".

I did a few demo rides and after a long hard think along with a little deal work I'm taking this home next week.


Hope you enjoy it, sorry to hear you've left BMW. It sucks seeing the issues with many forum members not receiving bikes. I absolutely love mine, wish everyone had one.
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Hope you enjoy it, sorry to hear you've left BMW. It sucks seeing the issues with many forum members not receiving bikes. I absolutely love mine, wish everyone had one.
I definitely would have liked to run with the new BMW, however been riding the BMW inline 4 for the last 6 years. Felt with the current slurry of delays and a few issues, also lack of other colors on the M pack. Thought it was time to venture and try a whole different engine. While the Duc wont beat the BMW on the dyno it is no slouch by any means. I almost ran with the ape but horrible resale and still seeing 2018 motors dropping valves. Also the ape was a bit tight for my height and seating position wasn't ideal for me.

I'm still gonna lurk around as I enjoy the crowd here, and possibly will be adding a new BMW in the next year or two should I decide to move back.
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@Force Induced nice one. I'd love to buy something while I wait but most likely I will run my 16 into the ground and wait it out.
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I cancelled my deposit after I saw the bulletin that they were looking for a new mfg for case parts and more units wouldn't be starting drop till late this year "novemberish".

I did a few demo rides and after a long hard think along with a little deal work I'm taking this home next week.

That bike is so sexy it makes my dick hurt.
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