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Old 03-12-2015, 10:32 AM
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2008 K1200GT Good and Bad?

Former owner of a 2000 BMW K1200RS, and recently sold it. No BMW for a bit so I haven't been on the forum for a while, but I am checking out BMW's again and am looking for some thoughts from the crew here.

Since I may be taking the 'plunge' again into BMW territory, here is what I found. I found a nice 2008 K1200GT with about 23K on the clock. Checked with the local Beemer dealer on recalls and they have all been done. Service history will be sketchy, and that is where the concern is. I am told all systems on the bike currently work, no damage at all, and I am going to test ride the bike in 2 days. Any advice or tips on what to look for? Thanks to all!
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Old 03-12-2015, 11:08 AM
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Re: 2008 K1200GT Good and Bad?

I had a 2006 GT with the servo brakes. They were a nightmare. Also air box issues. By 2008 they eliminated the Servo Braking system and went with traditional ABS. Much better. You still might have ABS issues and fueling problems. Check for ABS flushing every 2 years and ride it for fueling, stalling, hunting issues. If possible get a warranty. They aren't cheep to keep but it still a great bike, weather protection is excellent and power is plentiful.
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Old 03-12-2015, 11:42 AM
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Re: 2008 K1200GT Good and Bad?

I have an 08 k1200 gt with 115000 kilometers on it and I love it. Recently had the ESA shocks rebuilt and the bike runs like new. No major issues under warranty or after.
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Old 03-12-2015, 12:04 PM
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Re: 2008 K1200GT Good and Bad?

Personally, I would avoid any K12 in the '05-'08 vintage. There are too many inconsistent reports from owners on these bikes regarding issues, some run well, others don't.

The Mothership engineered most of this crap out of this model when they introduced the K13 in 2009.

I would pay a little more for the re-engineered K13.

By most all accounts, the water cooled R bikes are very strong examples of BMW engineering if you would like to go with a much newer bike with the traditional 2 cylinder opposed engine.
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Hey Jargon, there's no "crap" in my 08.
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Old 03-12-2015, 02:26 PM
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Re: 2008 K1200GT Good and Bad?

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Hey Jargon, there's no "crap" in my 08.
Bad choice of words. Should have said 'inconsistencies'.

I'm happy your bike runs well. Others have not been as fortunate.
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Re: 2008 K1200GT Good and Bad?

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Hey Jargon, there's no "crap" in my 08.

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Re: 2008 K1200GT Good and Bad?

You usually only hear the bad stuff, people that are happy with their machines don't post "damn I'm happy"
Traded my 2006 K1200GT (39,000 miles) in for a new 2012 R1200GSA. Normal scheduled maintenance except for a broken center stand. I've had my 2006 K1200R since 2007 (25,000 miles) No issues. I can tell you the resale value or trade in value of a K1200GT is "crap" If you're going to keep it for some time and ride the hell out of it who cares but it's something to think about.
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Re: 2008 K1200GT Good and Bad?

My 2006GT is pretty much crapless..

You might want to cycle through the ESA settings. I'm not sure what you should get for miles on the stock shock. I replaced mine with an aftermarket @ around 26k or so and it was in need of it IMO.

Otherwise, enjoy!
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Re: 2008 K1200GT Good and Bad?

As is my '07. If you are picking up the '08 go to the head of the class for not taking the depreciation beating I have. And I did OK trading in an oilhead.

ESA has a service life and mine expired and I paid for Ohlins to go on. Woo hoo, handling improved!

The water boxers will be worth a look after the beta testers buy and post.

That '08 is sounds like it is up to date and if I wanted to replace my bike for some reason I would not hesitate to give it an honest look.

Congratulations on the find.

And you dealers: This is not the post you are looking for.
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Re: 2008 K1200GT Good and Bad?

Had a 2006 GT. Great ride. Developed a lot of issues around the 40k mark (clutch, trans, final drive) - very unusual but a real issue with that individual bike (not the K-series, just the one I had). BMW JAX did a great job sorting them out and getting some $$ support from BMWNA but the whole thing led me to move on to a newer BMW. Didn't care for the servo brakes - but they won't be on this 2008.

Recommend looking at the 1300GT's. A lot of upgrades over the 1200GT's (drive-line, internals, etc). I traded my 2006 for a 2010 1300GT and couldn't be happier. Have had zero issues since purchase. A much improved and more refined package - IMHO.

I'm afraid I don't have anything good to say about the local dealership but I do see that they have a 2009 1300GT for sale. You might want to stop in and give it a ride. Just a thought.

http://www.wpmotorcycles.com/new_veh...88&pov=4064837

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Re: 2008 K1200GT Good and Bad?

Good stuff so far. I almost bought an 09 K1300GT a while back, but they are pricey. The 08 I am looking at is half the price with about half the mileage of the 09 K1300GT at Daytona BMW (which is about 3 miles from my home). I know they have a few issues, but if it is sorted, I think it could be a winner. I like the underdog bikes anyway. You get a fabulous machine for lots less money! Keep em coming. I'll post up my views after I get a test ride.
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Personally, I would avoid any K12 in the '05-'08 vintage. There are too many inconsistent reports from owners on these bikes regarding issues, some run well, others don't.

My 08 is GREAT! Nothing inconsistent about it!
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Re: 2008 K1200GT Good and Bad?

I have an '08 and it's been trouble free. Make sure it's up to date with Campaigns. I had a fuel strip go bad but that's it. Everything else has been preventive. I do experience some fueling issues in hot weather in the city. If you experience this it can be fixed by either techron in every tank or booster plug modification.

I love my bike and plan in riding it for many more years. It's very customizable and has most of the amenities as stock features.

You'll have a grin in your face after you test ride it.
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The only negative I can think of about a K1200GT is it isn't a K1200R.
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Well I've only had mine a few months now (08 K1200GT) but I must say I love the thing. I grew up with Japanese bikes this is my first BMW. It's my first bike in a long time too, so maybe I'd have fallen in love with anything, but here are the high points:

Pros:
1. Handles amazingly well
2. Gobs of power
3. Amazingly comfortable
4. Exceptionally good looking.

Cons:
1. Shifting is a bit rough
2. You may freak out a bit hearing all the issues others have had with theirs. Luckily (knock wood) so far no such issues with mine.
3. As far as I can tell, there is NOTHING cheap to fix when it breaks (seems to be true of all the BMW's past the early 2000's though).

When I go on longer trips I say to myself "now this is what the bike was made for", and then when I take it out with friends in the mountains and go "no.. THIS is what the bike was made for". It's that versatile. The motor is smoooooth when cruising and yet has quite some character when goosed just so.

Personally, I'm hooked. If I had to go $2k for a clutch some time soon, I doubt I'd feel differently about the bike. Not because I have gobs of money lying about (sadly, I don't...). The thing is just right.

Curious to hear your impressions.

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Re: 2008 K1200GT Good and Bad?

Longride, I don't have a 1200GT, but after riding with guys at the I-BMW rallys, I can say that both Charlie_M and Dwarthog have spoken truly. Dwarthog makes his 1200GT fly with the greatest of ease. Charlie_M is right, the bikes are fast and versatile. From my seat following folks on the road, there is no real day-to-day practical difference between the 1200's and the 1300's, even if the 1300's are arguably "better."

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Well, I took the test ride, and went for it. I will report with pics soon.
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Well, I took the test ride, and went for it. I will report with pics soon.

Haha that's just how it was for me too.

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I have an 07 K1200GT and I love it -- I'm coming up on 50K miles and the only problem I've had is with the fuel strip - I'm taking it in to get it replaced again (they are under warranty).

I bought mine used and it only had 1.5k on it -- it's been a good strong machine for me...
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I have an 07 K1200GT and I love it -- I'm coming up on 50K miles and the only problem I've had is with the fuel strip - I'm taking it in to get it replaced again (they are under warranty).

I bought mine used and it only had 1.5k on it -- it's been a good strong machine for me...


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Re: 2008 K1200GT Good and Bad?

I have an '08 GT,
44000 miles.
Repairs have been a computer screen, and what BMW had for recalls. I Just replaced the rear pads. One battery.
1 output shaft seal, and 1 driveline seal.
4 sets of rubber.
Oil changes at 3000, put fuel in the tank and roll the miles on it.

I have enjoyed the ride!
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Well, I have about 500 miles on her, and the bike is awesome! It is showroom clean, service was performed by BMW dealer in Tampa and it up to date. 23K on the clock. She does shift a bit clunky, but I put the bearings in the shifter and helped that out. No real fueling issues. The clutch does a small rattle at idle, but work perfectly. This thing screams over 6K RPM and is so comfy. Got a 40 month warranty, so it's off to the races!

Thanks for the feedback everyone. Seems like the guys that don't own one don't like it, but the guys that have or had one love them in general.



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George, may you have many miles of smiles! Congrats! Having the warranty is a game changer IMO.
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George:

Congrats on the new bike. Looking forward to ride reports and pictures from you.
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Congrats George, bike looks great!
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Ditto here. Have the same year and color with 42,000 miles. No issues other than a fuel strip
@ 5,000 miles and a false rear brake pad warning light. Fantastic long distance tourer.
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Looking good and what's not to like!?!?!

The only thing i missed originally from my LT was the GT's wind exposure - the C Bailey windscreen helped immensely with that; additionally, you can get 'wings that attache to the sides that deflect side wind as well - they were worth the $.

Additionally - clutch chatter is a common element with this bike - your clutch will serve you well if you can take off below 1500 rpm -- I remembering reading this some time ago and am just now planning on a clutch replacement @ 50K miles....

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I have about 2K miles on it, and it has been simply great! I had the fuel strip replaced and they upgraded the ECM software and it runs perfectly now. It did have a bit of stutter and floating at 3K and under, but it is completely gone now and runs beautifully. What an awesome machine.
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Longride, what type of seat is that on your ride? Stock seat is not that comfortable for me. Keeps pushing me forward into the tank.
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