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post #11 of 22 (permalink) Old 05-15-2018, 04:48 PM Thread Starter
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One on US Ebay at $229. Listed from Hong Kong? Item 132399707990.
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One on US Ebay at $229. Listed from Hong Kong? Item 132399707990.


Just donít trust that from China is it real



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China knockoff cast from pop cans.
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China knockoff cast from pop cans.


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post #16 of 22 (permalink) Old 05-15-2018, 08:03 PM
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$515 For a stator cover? Thats just ridiculous.
Im starting to have seconds thoughts on keeping my bike

Better add these
https://www.sportbiketrackgear.com/g...ine-cover-set/

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China knockoff cast from pop cans.
That's funny because BMW is very heavy on recycling and having its suppliers use recycled metals. Your BMW parts, manufactured in Europe, are also made from recycled pop cans.

China manufactures a rather large portion of auto parts. I'd understand if you didn't want a cheap paint job or flimsy plastic, but cast and forged replica parts... Seriously, you said that you dropped your bike and that's how you got a hole in the cover. Not sure how much worse you are expecting it to be from China.

I'm not saying to get it, but I am saying that it's probably your only option if you want to save money.
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That's funny because BMW is very heavy on recycling and having its suppliers use recycled metals. Your BMW parts, manufactured in Europe, are also made from recycled pop cans.

China manufactures a rather large portion of auto parts. I'd understand if you didn't want a cheap paint job or flimsy plastic, but cast and forged replica parts... Seriously, you said that you dropped your bike and that's how you got a hole in the cover. Not sure how much worse you are expecting it to be from China.

I'm not saying to get it, but I am saying that it's probably your only option if you want to save money.
I wanted to save money but I will pay for the OEM u get what you pay for.


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Are you a member of the Facebook group BMW S1000RR NO HATERS? There's a few guys on there selling parts, I'm sure there's a stator cover to be had. Let me know if you need an invite to the group.
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Are you a member of the Facebook group BMW S1000RR NO HATERS? There's a few guys on there selling parts, I'm sure there's a stator cover to be had. Let me know if you need an invite to the group.


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