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Old 07-28-2009, 05:02 PM
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If shopping today for a bike, would you still buy what you have?

If you answer 'no' to the above poll, please reply with what you'd buy 'today'.
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Re: If shopping today for a bike, would you still buy what you have?

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Old 07-28-2009, 05:51 PM
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completely happy with the K12GT and the Ape, they make a fine pair.
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Old 07-28-2009, 05:57 PM
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Re: If shopping today for a bike, would you still buy what you have?

Voted Yes
Currently VERY happy about the whole change issue I had between the KS and KGT

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Re: If shopping today for a bike, would you still buy what you have?

Can't think of a good reason to dig my short arms into my deep pockets - the '02 RS still suits me. One of these days I'll get that '78 900SS fired up and that will be good for several more years of smiles.
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Re: If shopping today for a bike, would you still buy what you have?

i would buy the new GT at my krs price

otherwise i would look at the C-14 on price + maintenance mostly

altho i really like the new GT
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Re: If shopping today for a bike, would you still buy what you have?

Owning the 04 GT was money very well spent...78000 miles with never a problem except for an elec. fault back at 18000 miles (covered)...other than that has never been in the shop for anything else but insurance work from a knock over...But now with me bones getting weak and knees starting to hurt I think I'm going for the 1300S Little lighter and quicker for the times I have to sleep in a little bit longer from old age before heading out for work "Cant be late" Thinking I'm going to keep the GT for those moments I need to feel my age and give the "S" someone to talk to ..Was thinking RR but don't have the bucks for sprockets and chains
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Re: If shopping today for a bike, would you still buy what you have?

No, the 2005 K1200S was not a bike ready for prime time. Japanese engineers would have been sent in shame to commit hari kari releasing that transmission and engine fueling.

Have to get back to you on the other, I'm not in a rush.
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I answered NO - the stalling thing on the K13S is really pissing me off...
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Re: If shopping today for a bike, would you still buy what you have?

I wouldn't buy my RS again but I would keep it and buy an HD Ultra Glide for two up riding with my wife. She likes the barca lounger on the Harley and there's something about the way they vibrate.
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Re: If shopping today for a bike, would you still buy what you have?

Naw, I will most likely end up with an Aprilia Tuono. Kind of a departure from the KS but one I would like to make. Maybe add a Triumph Daytona 675 as a stable mate.
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Re: If shopping today for a bike, would you still buy what you have?

I’m going to hate myself in the morning, but I am afraid I have to agree with KarlG. Shortly after I purchased my 2006 (at almost full MSRP) K1200s BMW dropped the price of the bike between 3 and 4 thousand dollars. Apparently even BMW was aware of the fact that the bike had issues that would hurt its new bike sales and rather than fix the issues they lowered the price. So we early adapters took a double hit. We got a bike that BMW had no intention (the transmission and fueling issues are great examples) of fixing and we lost resale value when they dropped the price. My Dealer offered me 7000 -7500 in trade on a 1300s.

The bike does have its plus side. The suspension is the best in the industry in its class, until it’s time to replace the ESA shocks. The anti lock brakes are good once you get used to them. And the bike has power to spare for a sport tourer.

What would I but today if I had the option. Well, can I have my 2003 K1200rs back? Karl called it the “Blue Bus”. Slower and a lot heavier then the K1200s. But I never had a single problem with it the 3 years I owned it.

I am going to have to think long and hard before I buy a BMW again. And that saddens me.
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Re: If shopping today for a bike, would you still buy what you have?

I like the 2004GT a lot and it a good looking bike . The new S is ok but with all the BS with BMW I think next time I go with a jap bike. The dealer all suck and will take your money for work that should warrenty.



ps. The S in black is nice
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Re: If shopping today for a bike, would you still buy what you have?

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I am going to have to think long and hard before I buy a BMW again. And that saddens me.

I won't be investing as much emotion in that decision since I was looking for "Hell No" in the poll and had to settle for "No". And, I agree with all of your comments except the suspension. Based on my current front end issues I'd have to say it sucks...give me a good set of Ohlins forks and I'll be gleeful!
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No, but then, I no longer own a street bike.
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I voted "NO" due to dealer/ BMW failure to admit faults and make repairs on over priced, poor running K1200gt's...
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Re: If shopping today for a bike, would you still buy what you have?

No buyer's remorse here. I'm happy with my 06 k12s as a street ride. No major issues, a few minor ones, great dealership experience, fits my riding habits well. The warrantly about to expire!

No compelling reason to upgrade to a K13S for me.

My off-road jones is satiated by the 950 Super Enduro.
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Used and sorted they aren't a bad deal. I'll pass on the beta testing tho.
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Re: If shopping today for a bike, would you still buy what you have?

Like my 04 GT. I looked along time before finding it.

The foot note being that this is my first BMW. Having bought it Sept '08 so I don't have any other beemers to compare it to.

I guess one other item is I don't understand why the thing is so heavy turning in slow situations ie parking lots and u-turn situations.

I never felt this on my '62 HD nor my '75 Goldwing.
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Re: If shopping today for a bike, would you still buy what you have?

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I like the 2004GT a lot and it a good looking bike . The new S is ok but with all the BS with BMW I think next time I go with a jap bike. The dealer all suck and will take your money for work that should warrenty.

ps. The S in black is nice

That's just bullshit! If you have done ANY reading on this site you'd find many threads with kudos for various dealers who have gone far out of their way for customers. Beware when you lump ALL people together!
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Muddy..................The question was not "if you have 30 bikes, would you buy the same 30 bikes again" You are disqualified from this pole for legal, humane and economical reasons. Please withdraw your post voluntarily so you remain in good standings.
Since you are directly responsible for a motorcycle shortage in this country, I find your post offensive and insensitive.
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Re: If shopping today for a bike, would you still buy what you have?

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If you answer 'no' to the above poll, please reply with what you'd buy 'today'.
Answered 'yes', but here's why the S would still top the list ..... Ducati screwed up the ST and then dropped it altogether. If a 2009 equivalent of a 2002 ST4s was available it just might be the Duc.

Until then I'll keep the S and writing chapters, Chapter 6 - 2 years and 25,000 miles later...
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Oh yes - I'm more than happy with my 2005 K1200S. Brings a stupid grin to my face every time I ride that bike (and that is almost every day),
Oh yes - I still occasionally take the K1 and I still like that bike very much. Not as fast as it seemed to be back then - but still a great bike,
Oh yes - Every winter I use my K100LT for a couple of months when there is salt on the roads. Even this machine makes me smile!
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[quote=K-Cord]Muddy..................The question was not "if you have 30 bikes, would you buy the same 30 bikes again" You are disqualified from this pole for legal, humane and economical reasons. Please withdraw your post voluntarily so you remain in good standings.
Since you are directly responsible for a motorcycle shortage in this country, I find your post offensive and insensitive.
Where are the moderators on this issue? I cannot police this forum myself.[/quote

I think to make ammends Pat should have to lend out bikes to any member that has less than 4, she should be responsible for delivery and pick up of the bike to said rider.
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I voted "NO" due to dealer/ BMW failure to admit faults and make repairs on over priced, poor running K1200gt's...
now Im sorry but I just dont get this at all, you willing bought a bike you thought to be over priced, did someone hold a gun to your head???
how did this happen??

I havent ever bought a bike unless I thought it was priced correctly
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i would buy the new GT at my krs price

otherwise i would look at the C-14 on price + maintenance mostly
There was an 08 GT with a mere 480 miles for sale at a Honda car dealer for $14,900. The icing on the cake was that it was loaded with factory & aftermarket farkles to include a Zumo GPS & the works. So there are deals out there, but at $22k + farkles, a decked out K13GT is way out of my price range as well. And as nice as that 08 GT looked, my current RS at 1/2 that price is where it's at for me these days. I'd buy it again in a heartbeat despite having to recently do the rear main seal work.

As for the Concours, I hear lots of mixed opinions out there. One fella at a recent rally had a laundry list about what was poor about the bike. As the Cycle World best in class sport/tourer for 08 & given the dealer sales pitch he was rather disgruntled about the "realities" of the bike. Some of his bigger complaints:
  • Heat evacuation - lots of engine heat onto the rider (a complaint that I had heard from other C14 owners)
  • Seat comfort - also a "repeat" complaint regarding the foam density. Then again, a different seat was one of the first changes for my K12RS
  • Front fender/radiator design - After killing a radiator from a stone being kicked into it he begrudgingly bought a common set of upgrades - front fender extender & radiator guards
Generally his point was that a "class leading" bike should be better thought out. Owner experiences rarely meet the sales hype was my take away from his rant about his new bike.
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I voted "yes". If it were available, I would have voted "hell, yeah!". KR has no competition, really. If it did it would leave in the dust . The price was not something outofthisworldly either. Shame K13R is not available in the States, I would pro-ly consider that.
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I think to make ammends Pat should have to lend out bikes to any member that has less than 4, she should be responsible for delivery and pick up of the bike to said rider.
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just sayin

The above author is a genius. All those in favor say ay!

Ken... come on down to central TX.. and the +100 heat and I'll let you take a spin on anything...er .. any bike you wish. You're too far away from me to ...discipline.... but Karl.. Now Karl plans to be in my neck of the woods tomorrow.. hmmmm....

My answer remains - I'd think I'd still buy a K12R, or maybe just ride on up and exchange my bike for Martin's.. or maybe steal Rob's...
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My 04 K1200GT is the "Perfect" bike for 2 up riding. Comfortable, and fast enough to enjoy the twisties and THE most beautiful color BMW ever made. I will admit that the new GT is a better machine with it's advancements in power and electronics. But, I can't get over it's looks or lack there of. So, I'll stick with the one I have.

I would like to but an Aprilia Touno factory R or Ducati Streetfighter S. But would still keep my GT.
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My '05 S has been awesome and it fits its role perfectly. I would buy it again in a heartbeat. I would like different bikes for different types of riding though and they would most likely not be from BMW. In the sport touring market, the KS stands alone (for me!).
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Ken... come on down to central TX.. and the +100 heat and I'll let you take a spin on anything...er .. any bike you wish. You're too far away from me to ...discipline.... but Karl.. Now Karl plans to be in my neck of the woods tomorrow.. hmmmm....



Pat, if you sold 1/2 your bikes you could live in my part of the woods by Central Park ...........instead of Central Texas.

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I have decided that if I could, I would get a K1300GT in the blue color instead. I finally saw one in Tennessee, and I think the blue is nicer.

I like my "beige" metallic OK, and I got it because I thought it would be less likely to soak up the sun's heat, but the blue is really great looking.

So, I would get the same bike - just a different color.
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I've owned several BMWs including: '02 R1150RS, '02 K1200RS, '04 K1200 RS, '07 K1200S and presently own an '08 K1200S . . ., no regrets (knock on wood).
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I voted yes. I really like the S. Mine has had its share of problems and that really drives me crazy. BUT when it is running right it really is in a class of its own.

My only concern is it will be out of warranty at the end of this year and should I keep it or sell it. Selling it I will take a giant $$$$$ hit. But a couple of failures will set me back $$$$ big.

So I am leaning towards buying a new one this winter. And if my wife is not paying too much attention I may just add a Ducati Streetfighter S. Actually she doesn't care one way or the other.
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My '05 S has been awesome and it fits its role perfectly. I would buy it again in a heartbeat. I would like different bikes for different types of riding though and they would most likely not be from BMW. In the sport touring market, the KS stands alone (for me!).

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My '07 KS has been awesome for me and I would buy it again in a heartbeat too!

I am glad to see others speak out as it gets depressing around here with the handful of constantly negative posters. To an outsider, they would think that the BMW K-series bikes are all a POS and, nothing could be further from the truth.....

OVERALL, the K-Series BMWs ROCK! There isn't another bike that I can think of that does what they do as well as they do, mile after mile AND smile after smile. THAT is what has created this community and made it so great....bikes that were truly as bad as some posters would have you think would never have been able to create what we have here.

So, yes, there have been some quirks, some problems and even some lemons, but, OVERALL, they are great bikes and bikes that I have a lot of passion for. I grow weary of the negative posts by some on here, especially when I can think back not that long ago and the same people were ecstatic over their bikes. Even now, when they get off of them they still look back and smile.

For me, there isn't another choice. Why? Because the "exotics" have ergos that don't fit with me and my riding style. They also have chains.

That leaves the Jap bikes. I have owned models from all of them and have ridden some in recent years. We all know that they make great bikes, but how many of them give you that feeling that owning and riding a K-bike does? Not many, if any....yes, to some people they do, but to those that have owned a K-bike, it is hard to go back. There is no substitute for that feeling and it is worth a few problems.

Also, go to the other bike forums. The ones that allow negative comments are filled with them.....the ones that don't have any are probably censored since you can't please everyone all the time....ALL bikes have some of their production that has issues and many have issues far more serious than ours.

At i-bmw, we don't censor the negative comments because we are realists and learn from them. We are about much more than the bike, but the bike is what brought us all together and has led to many friendships that will go far beyond us owning a certain brand or model. Keep that in mind when evaluating the real "owner experience".

So, HELL YES I would buy another and, I am damn glad that I bought my first one and got to know all of you....even those that are ALWAYS negative!

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Right on Randy!

There are so many things that go into a negative experience that blaming just the bike, or just BMW is not the whole picture. For me anyway, I think I have a great experience because of several factors.

1. My dealer has awesome people, from owner to mechanic. Do they have their faults, sure. Try to get non-essential service during season (winter). Ha! But they do a great job.

2. My K-RS and K-S have been awesome. Some issues, but having a fantastic dealer really makes those problems seem much less. I have had bad dealer experiences (BMW and Yamaha/Powersports) and the pain associated with that is far worse than the brand on the bike.

3. This is probably the biggest one. BMW makes a bike that fits me, looks good (well, some of them anyway!) and gives me satisfaction. The smile factor if you will.

With all of this said, will I buy another? I do not know because I plan on keeping my K-S for awhile and getting something else to kick around. When it is time to give up the K-S, there may not be another BMW that fits my (then) current needs. But if they do, I will not hesitate to buy from my dealer.

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If you answer 'no' to the above poll, please reply with what you'd buy 'today'.

Vic, inquiring minds want to know; what would you buy today?
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Vic, inquiring minds want to know; what would you buy today?
Jim; that would be the Lava Orange 13 - however, I just dropped $5K on a Ti mountain bike, so it may have to wait a few weeks
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Jim; that would be the Lava Orange 13 - however, I just dropped $5K on a Ti mountain bike, so it may have to wait a few weeks


Hell, at the VP money range...
A few hours should do it....

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I think Htheater put it extremely well. The enthusiasm that there was for a jaguar XKE, Triumph TR6. Datsun 240Z ect. are automotive examples of the less than perfection we accept for the above average performance and engineering we ejnoy and battle with.
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I had to vote no, BMW no longer makes the K12RS. Would I rebuy if it were available, yes; assuming, the K12S or the S1000RR wasn't in the production.
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My answer remains - I'd think I'd still buy a K12R, or maybe just ride on up and exchange my bike for Martin's.. or maybe steal Rob's...




Sorry Pat , but my beast is not on the exchange market !!!

But you're welcome any time you want mon amie .

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I'm having mixed emotions as I'm thoroughly frustrated with my K12S stalling problem. This bike does everything well and is perfect for the type of riding I want to do. Yes, this is my all time favorite bike, and the second new K12S I've bought, but the stalling issue is unacceptable. At least now my dealer says that BMW has acknowledged there is a problem, but who knows when a solution will be forthcoming??

For the most part, I have been part of the "quit whining" crowd, but after a ride through LA on Thursday, splitting lanes through dense, bumper to bumper traffic and having it stall repeatedly, I felt my life was in danger!!
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I'm having mixed emotions as I'm thoroughly frustrated with my K12S stalling problem. This bike does everything well and is perfect for the type of riding I want to do. Yes, this is my all time favorite bike, and the second new K12S I've bought, but the stalling issue is unacceptable. At least now my dealer says that BMW has acknowledged there is a problem, but who knows when a solution will be forthcoming??

For the most part, I have been part of the "quit whining" crowd, but after a ride through LA on Thursday, splitting lanes through dense, bumper to bumper traffic and having it stall repeatedly, I felt my life was in danger!!
I'm wondering if the stalling fix is just for the 13 or both , put a power commander on it and forgetaboutit
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I'm wondering if the stalling fix is just for the 13 or both , put a power commander on it and forgetaboutit
I haven't heard of any stalling fix... My dealer sure doesn't know anything about it. I probably will end up installing a PC III, but it pisses me off that we have to pay top dollar for these bikes and then pay extra to get them to run correctly!!
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I haven't heard of any stalling fix... My dealer sure doesn't know anything about it. I probably will end up installing a PC III, but it pisses me off that we have to pay top dollar for these bikes and then pay extra to get them to run correctly!!
Agreed, but $275 isn't bad for an extra 10? HP, dead smooth idle, and much smoother on-off throttle transitions.
Don't bother with a custom map, I did and I couldn't feel much if any difference from the maps on Dyno Jet's site.
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after a ride through LA on Thursday, splitting lanes through dense, bumper to bumper traffic , I felt my life was in danger!!

Well...duh!
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"No" because:
1) I already have one, why would I want another?
2) OK, OK, really because I'd get the K1300GT instead of the K1200GT
3) And also because I did just buy a new F800GS which is also not a K1200GT
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I'd keep the Busa but knowing what I do now about the new version of Kaw Concours I would've bought that instead of the GT.
Not much riding this year having back surgery next Thursday then hopefully back on in four weeks.
I've been seriously thinking about selling the GT and getting another Duc to go with the Busa. Until I saw the spy shots and expected specs of the 2010 Honda 1200 VFR with claimed 200hp.
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Has an 05 K12S for three years and 18k miles. Sold it (stalling, ZFE, new gear box, ............) and bought an F800S. Have had R1100S, RT and R1150 R. If were buying today, would buy another F800. Better fuel mapping, best shfiting of any of them, better feel of the road, easier in the twisties, best overall fun factor followed by the R1100s. Probably not better fit and and finish, but paid just over half what I paid for the K12 new. Bought the 800 new for less than I sold the K12.
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Until I saw the spy shots and expected specs of the 2010 Honda 1200 VFR with claimed 200hp.


Hey, hey, hey! Now we're talkin'. Love to find some more pics 'cause that looks great.
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Just found this about the 2010 vfr:

http://www.asphaltandrubber.com/bike...009-unveiling/

PS: Edit...after reading a bit about this thing it has more geegaws than BMW. A sport bike with an airbag, selectable(I think) cylinders(4 normally, 2 for economy cruising), electronic suspension...and I suppose other stuff if they've gone that far.

Think I'll pass...thank you.
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Is that the exhaust or an aux. tank? it looks slow going down the road...forward angle is missing...looks like a box on wheels..JMO
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I am happy with both bikes I own: 2008 Ks and 2006 GS

However if shopping today I would get a K1300S ( for the shift assist) and a GS adv (for the fuel tank capacity mainly)
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