New to the Shed

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grant81rs
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New to the Shed

Post by grant81rs » Fri Dec 02, 2016 4:47 am

Gidday,

The 94 K1100LT is no more, my straight back days are long gone as I picked up this very nice, extremely original 94 K1100RS with only 70,000km in Australia during the week.
Full service detailed history and I'm very bloody happy - Cheers

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Cheers, Grant
Gippsland - Australia

1978 R100RS
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Re: New to the Shed

Post by SteveD » Fri Dec 02, 2016 6:37 pm

Needs colour matched panniers! ;)

Doesn't Dwerbil have one of these too?
Cheers, Steve
Victoria, S.E.Oz.


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Re: New to the Shed

Post by Zombie Master » Sat Dec 03, 2016 12:03 pm

Looks like a big smoothy!
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Re: New to the Shed

Post by Mal S7 » Mon Dec 05, 2016 4:52 am

Bloody bewdy Grant.

Mucho mumbo there, in style

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Re: New to the Shed

Post by SteveD » Mon Dec 05, 2016 5:45 am

Mal S7 wrote:Bloody bewdy Grant.

Mucho mumbo there, in style
I saw it yesterdee. It's not far from showroom condition Mal.
Cheers, Steve
Victoria, S.E.Oz.


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2006 K1200R.

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Re: New to the Shed

Post by grant81rs » Mon Dec 05, 2016 3:25 pm

Gidday,

Yep its spotless and everything like new.

Only needs new tyres, well they are roadworthy and really like new but the front is 18 years old and the rear is 10 years, so for peace of mind, out they go, something I would not risk.

The ABS 2 is flashing oddly but I have a faults reading device which I run over the bike last night and everything came up good with no codes showing, so the battery is down a little. Sluggish batteries and ABS units do not mix well so that is an easy fixer.

Oh and the bloody tool kit is missing so please keep those eyes and ears peeled as I'm on the hunt for an original complete kit, any info would be great so just call out if you see one in your travels.
Cheers, Grant
Gippsland - Australia

1978 R100RS
1981 R100RS
1994 K1100RS
1928 Chevrolet Tourer

http://www.montythe1928chevrolet.blogspot.com.au

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Re: New to the Shed

Post by Airbear » Mon Dec 05, 2016 6:59 pm

Crikey, Grant - another shiny thing in your shed. I'll bet that is fun to ride. Well done.
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Re: New to the Shed

Post by grant81rs » Tue Dec 06, 2016 4:06 am

Gidday Charlie,

Just sorting out new Tyres and a little thing call motorcycle registration, then I will let you know, but around the block with left handers its just fine so far :)
Cheers, Grant
Gippsland - Australia

1978 R100RS
1981 R100RS
1994 K1100RS
1928 Chevrolet Tourer

http://www.montythe1928chevrolet.blogspot.com.au

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Re: New to the Shed

Post by Sibbo » Sat Dec 10, 2016 9:33 pm

I registered Tilly last week too. :)
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