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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 07-16-2019, 10:55 AM Thread Starter
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Does anyone happen to know if the frame sliders from previous year S1000s are the same size for the 2020? I'm shopping at work and don't have the bike handy to confirm...
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Does anyone happen to know if the frame sliders from previous year S1000s are the same size for the 2020? I'm shopping at work and don't have the bike handy to confirm...
GB racing has a set of frame sliders. I would go with those.
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Haven't ordered yet, but Gilles just released some for the k67
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The frame sliders are not the same size (as per other applications from R&G that we are seeing).

If you are looking for the Gilles ones for the K67 check them out here > https://www.motomillion.com/products...15984494968898

Use the forum discount code S1000RRFORUM at checkout.
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Thanks, your site is dangerous. There are so many things I never knew I needed.
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Thanks, your site is dangerous. There are so many things I never knew I needed.
It is getting more dangerous by the minute. Adding all the 2020 S1000RR carbon fiber products that Ilmberger Carbon has announced

https://www.motomillion.com/collecti...9/carbon-fiber

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Use the forum discount code S1000RRFORUM at checkout.
D'oh wish i knew that before my order :/ LOL
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Damn the price jumped couple hundred from where it was before. $809.95 now. I could have sworn it was like $605 or lower. This style now has 2 versions. Now says it fits the stock fairings with full exhaust or stock/slip on exhaust. The original verision needed a piece of the stock inner bellypan plastic to be trimmed to fit. I like this new version with the no trimming involved but the jump in price sucks!
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@bennymx, re frame sliders: I called my dealership to inquire about the torque specs, but I wanted to confirm with you. They said 60nm for the engine frame bolts where frame sliders go. Is this correct?

Also, related question, where might one find a service manual for this bike?

2020 S1000RR M-Package
2014 Yamaha R6 (sold)
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@bennymx, re frame sliders: I called my dealership to inquire about the torque specs, but I wanted to confirm with you. They said 60nm for the engine frame bolts where frame sliders go. Is this correct?

Also, related question, where might one find a service manual for this bike?

https://manuals.bmw-motorrad.com/man...RM_0918_01.pdf
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