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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 09-04-2017, 11:04 AM Thread Starter
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I have a 2011 thunder grey metallic RR for sale.

Title in hand - clean & original owner.

Needs a motor, and I neither have the time or resources to attempt an engine swap myself, and therefor have to part with it.

Perfect for a track bike, or for the road, or parts for your track bike.

Bike has ~30,000 kms

Top half of motor is sound, the bike is sound. Minor scuff on the right fairing, and missing the front-right turn indicator. All fairing and parts otherwise intact and undamaged.

Comes with a full akrapovic race system

Mods please move if this aught to be in parts.

Has full service records complete at the required intervals at an authorized BMW dealer and the records to support.

Bike is in south western Ontario.

Bike currently has fairing removed and gas tank removed while I was trying to asses viability to swap engine. I can leave it unasembled the way it is, or put it back together. But given the motor will likely be pulled one way or another I assume most will want it as is to save the aggravation?

Asking $4999 CDN given the condition of the bike. Solid for whatever purpose you have for it, and full akrapovic system. Or, make me an offer I can't refuse.

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What happened with the current engine?

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What happened with the current engine?
current engine is still bolted in the frame, and would go with the bike.

Small piece broke from where the timing chain guide is mounted, and appears to have a small fissure where the crankshaft comes out.
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current engine is still bolted in the frame, and would go with the bike.

Small piece broke from where the timing chain guide is mounted, and appears to have a small fissure where the crankshaft comes out.

What was the final diagnosis? Did it give any warning? Did you ever have the opportunity to have it fixed or looked at or just boom?

And don't worry, these are all free up's for you sale thread

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Previous thread explained that the bike fell over and damaged the case. Not sure, but it might not have even been running. I have a good set of crankcases if someone wants to attempt a repair.
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current engine is still bolted in the frame, and would go with the bike.

Small piece broke from where the timing chain guide is mounted, and appears to have a small fissure where the crankshaft comes out.



What was the final diagnosis? Did it give any warning? Did you ever have the opportunity to have it fixed or looked at or just boom?

And don't worry, these are all free up's for you sale thread
diagnosis is I could weld the timing chain guide mount no problem, but would be rolling the dice with the small fissure. BMW dealer said they won't weld the fissure, and said it'd be best to drop an engine in. Something beyond my time and resources.

Fissure happened when the bike fell at a damn near standstill, which is why there's hardly a scratch or scuff anywhere, just the timing chain cover sheared the bottom 3-4 bolts and tiny fissure. The right fairing isn't even cracked, just minor scratch. Handlebars and mirror too hardly have a mark, you have to feel it.
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Oh, man. That's just crappy luck. Sorry to hear. Wish you luck selling.

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H9w much for the exhaust?

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Do you have pictures by a chance? Of the bike and the damage you are refering to?
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Gone a few weeks ago I think, so OP may not respond. If you want to be sure pm him directly.
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