2021 S1000RR M Sport
If its logged against the vin it will show. If it doesn't show then its not affected. Not all recalls affect worldwide.
My March 2020 build in Canada falls into this recall.BMW have released a recall for the cylinder head to be replaced. The titanium valve surface coating has been processed incorrectly which can cause premature wearing of the valve guides and lead to burning of oil. The solution is to replace the complete cylinder head. This affects bikes built before 18/5/2020. After 18/5/2020 bikes are not affected.
I know this affects units in AU. Not sure on the US or the rest of the world. If you do not receive a letter then don't worry. Otherwise get the dealer to run your vin and check.
Well, the good news, is that with all the parts being replaced, it'll be basically a new bike when you get it back again!My March 2020 build in Canada falls into this recall.
I only have 1500km
This on top of everything else I've dealt with.
I just had the intake shiftcam replaced because of the loud ticking sound everyone was telling me was normal, until bmw checked the cam wear.
I haven't even picked up the bike yet from the cam job, and now I need a new cylinder head.
There are other big bugs with this bike
Type in your VIN to a decoder online and it will tell you.Thanks benny . There is a plate on my steering head which reads 2/2020 no day of manufacture just month. I thought all BMW motorcycles where built in Germany (you tube video on ..Biggest motorcycle factory in the world ...how can i find where my bike was built?
Your bike was built in Munich like all the other in Feb/2020Thanks benny . There is a plate on my steering head which reads 2/2020 no day of manufacture just month. I thought all BMW motorcycles where built in Germany (you tube video on ..Biggest motorcycle factory in the world ...how can i find where my bike was built?
I've said it before and I'll say it again. I'm glad I didn't listen to everyone saying save my money and get the K67 when it comes out. My 2018 with over 40,000kms has only ever needed a water pump I discovered leaking while on a cross country trip. There hasn't been any recall letters in my mailbox informing me of a critical failure concern that now requires me to be inconvenienced while the bike is repaired and its rather routine on these k67 recalls for there to be parts shortages resulting in not only delayed resolution to the problem but a longer time you're potentially at risk of parts failure and having a paperweight in your garage.They should just scrap the K67 model and go back to the drawing board. BMW f'd this one up real gooood
Your 2021 should have all the wrinkles ironed out by now. Maybe one day I'll eventually be able to afford buying a used one.@SavageS1000RR I agree. But the thing is unbelievable to ride. I will put up with the issues. My 21 model has nothing wrong with it at all. It should not have this many issues for a bike that costs as much as they do. But its damn good thing. I'm also never going to buy a ducati or aprillia.