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Old 11-22-2015, 08:47 AM
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Now I did it

Took my K1600GTL to the dealer to have switch clusters replaced and a software update done. Asked for a loaner S1000XR. At first I was disappointed in the power. But it did not have the 600 mile service done, from what I understand releases 60hp and more rpm. But I did like all the other features (shift assist ). When I returned it (200+miles latter) I asked sales to give me a number on my Aprilia Dorsodoro. $17000 plus my Aprilia. More than I wanted to spend.

Saw a demo at MAX BMW Connecticut store. $14000 plus my trade. I think I could do that. Had to pickup parts at my dealer. Talked to the sales manager and showed him the Emails with Max. Two weeks latter I trailer home a Demo S1000XR red with a 1000 miles on it and the 600 mile service done.

Yesterday I added my wiring for heated gear (the accessory plug would not handle the draw of the heated gear unlike my K1600GTL) and my remote garage door opener. Put my soft saddle bags on it also (they don't look to good). Now I'm looking for a Nav V and BMW panniers.

The wife says...why do you have to get another motorcycle, what's wrong with the one you got? Just wanted something different and something with abs.

Only did about 30 miles since I got it home. But I can wait.

When the sales man toke my Aprilia in to the garage, a urgent service light came on and it went into limp home mode. I guess it just didn't wanted to leave.



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Congratulations on the new bike - you know the routine - pictures my friend.
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We spent 18,175 dollars on a PIAA replacement bulb back in 2006. These things are bound to happen from time to time. Congrats on the new ride.
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We spent 18,175 dollars on a PIAA replacement bulb back in 2006. These things are bound to happen from time to time.
now....that's funny!

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Congrats Furman... how about a few pics?
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I'll save my congrats till I see some pics
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Congrats - let us know your impressions after a few more miles!
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Nice Furman! I see room for more
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We spent 18,175 dollars on a PIAA replacement bulb back in 2006. These things are bound to happen from time to time. Congrats on the new ride.

I spent to much on a tank bag last year.

Furman, that is one nice looking bike, congrats.
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Ah - the perfect combination. I too have a K16GT and have had the itch for an XR.
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I see your inner hooligan is showing! Nice bike Furman!
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That arrest me red will stick out fine when the police see us at BRPR.
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Congrats on your new XR!

Funny, my wife said the same thing when I told her there was a new bike on a transport coming to the house.

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Congratulations, When the 600 mile service is done it turns into a beast in Sport Mode.
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Congrats on your new XR. The 600 mile service doesn't release any more power but you can add the Dynamic Pro plug at that point, which is a mode that enables you to wheelie and spin the rear etc - it essentially partially disables some of the electronic wizardry designed to minimise the effect of rider error.

I notice that you don't have hand guards. I thought these were standard fitment - at least they are in the UK.
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Congrats on your new XR. The 600 mile service doesn't release any more power but you can add the Dynamic Pro plug at that point, which is a mode that enables you to wheelie and spin the rear etc - it essentially partially disables some of the electronic wizardry designed to minimise the effect of rider error.

I notice that you don't have hand guards. I thought these were standard fitment - at least they are in the UK.

The salesman did not fully explain the "decode" plug. So I was reading the manual and found out what it does. I plug it it and the Dynamic Pro did come up in the menu. Did not get a chance to check it out though. I guess I can just leave it plugged in. I thought the hand guards were standard also. But none of the XR in stock had them.
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The salesman did not fully explain the "decode" plug. So I was reading the manual and found out what it does. I plug it it and the Dynamic Pro did come up in the menu. Did not get a chance to check it out though. I guess I can just leave it plugged in. I thought the hand guards were standard also. But none of the XR in stock had them.

No handguards came on mine either, in fact no XR's at the MAX BMW four stores have them.

Yes, you can leave the decoding plug in.
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The salesman did not fully explain the "decode" plug. So I was reading the manual and found out what it does. I plug it it and the Dynamic Pro did come up in the menu. Did not get a chance to check it out though. I guess I can just leave it plugged in. I thought the hand guards were standard also. But none of the XR in stock had them.

Just looked at the UK BMW website - hand guards only come as standard on the fully loaded version - the Sport SE. As for the plug you don't have to use the Dynamic Pro mode but a good argument for plugging it in is that you won't ever lose it.
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When the sales man toke my Aprilia in to the garage, a urgent service light came on and it went into limp home mode. I guess it just didn't wanted to leave.



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Congrats Furman! So, how do you like it so far?
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At first I was not that impressed but that was due to being a different style bike then what I was riding. The more I rode it the better I liked it. Still playing with the different modes to see what I prefer for everyday riding. Love the pro shifter. Since I was riding a V-twin and the K1600GTL I am not used to taking the rpm up higher to make power, so I have a habit of shifting to soon. The seating position is good for me but the seat is not, I'm good for about hour. Corbin has a seat, so I might check that one out. It does have a vibration that can be felt in the bars at 5000 rpm but that seem to be going away. I have the small windshield in the up position and it does block some wind, but not enough for extended highway rides. The accessory socket can not handle my heated gear so I ran a direct connection from the battery.I have my radar detector plug in to it now. Still waiting for my OEM hard bags and a radiator oil cooler cover. I think it will make a great commuter bike for me since I ride all back roads.
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So I been riding this XR since Nov. weather permitting. Put about 1200 miles on it. It was a demo and had about 800 miles on it when I got it. Had the 600 mile service done at the dealer. I installed the pro dynamic plug and set the shift light to come on at 11,000 rpm. I had a chance to run it up to top speed. It hit 120 then would not go any more. I also noticed the shift light never came on.

So today I check the top rpm. It hit the limiter at 9000 rpm The dealere never took off the break in limiter. Called today they said if it had the 600 mile service it should be off. Told them it was a demo, they said they keep the limiter on due to it being a demo. Stop by and we will take it off.

I knew I wasn't winding it up enough.
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You are in for a nice surprise then .... it's a beast above 9K
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I just picked up one this past week to go with my K16GT as well. Once you hit about 9k it is really hauling the freight. Just keep pulling the quickshifter and hang on!

I had thought about buying another 1000RR or the 1000R but I am so glad I went with the XR instead. A lot more comfortable and more than fast enough on the street. Finally have the vibration issue subdued as well. Not much I would change on the XR so far other than a better windscreen and get some protection for the radiator and oil cooler.
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Yeah, the XR is where it's at. Last weekend I rode mine on the "Rain Run," which is an annual event with the Washington State BMW Riders. It works well for distance (more than one tank of gas) rides. Weekend before Beech and I rode backroads from Pugetropolis to Wallowa, Oregon, and same deal.

First thing I put on mine was a Wunderlich sidestand foot. Took care of the electrical situation with the stock BMW accessory plug holder and screw:

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1/07129907413 |TORX SCREW - M5X12 | $1.32| $1.32
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and then a Powerlet socket PKT-042-36. That's the standard BMW socket with a 36" lead. Just right for sneaking forward up the rear subframe and into the front of the under seat area, then back to the battery.

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