Seems like the simplest solution for the relatively few bikes that are affected is to install regular levers on them and to refund the customers a pro-rated share of the billet package.
Maybe it's just a pin that needs to be redesigned and fitted at the fold. Hope so!Not knowing much about the subject, the parts have to be designed, made (maybe prototypes), tested, if testing is good, then manufactured, maybe tested again, prioritize who gets what/when (I would think units on sales floor and in shipping containers would have priority), and shipped. My guess would be at least a few more weeks. Benny mentioned the cause of the recall. Not sure to me (or maybe even Benny) how far along BMW was in terms of getting replacement parts done.
Good news. They normally ship it overnight to the US dealers from Germany.Hi
Well, my dealer has already notified me that they have sent the replacement part and I am waiting to receive it from Germany so that the workshop can install it.
I think that at the end of next week I will have the motorcycle available and with the Stop removed
Bummer. My accessories have begun to arrive. Feels like I'm getting all dressed up with nowhere to go!My sales manager said the same.
Thanks for sharing. What does CDC mean?This was shared with me by my dealer this morning:
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Do you have a part # we can use to bug our parts guys?They have already solved it for me. I had to apply a lot of pressure and they sent the part from Germany by DHL to my dealer. In 72 hours I had the free stop and they delivered the motorcycle to me
Congrats man! Bike looks awesome! On another note, what kind of a helmet is that on the picture? I’ve been hunting for one that would match the bike
Here's a link. Not sure if they're still making this particular color combination: HJC Rpha 11 Pro Quintain Matte BlueCongrats man! Bike looks awesome! On another note, what kind of a helmet is that on the picture? I’ve been hunting for one that would match the bike