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post #1 of 19 Old 10-08-2016, 10:02 AM Thread Starter
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Front spoiler is really good looking. Clean valv covers and the luggage rack was nice
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Everything should be available in November.
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Still waiting for the windscreen an de the levers.
These are the parts finished:

Plate-holder, turn signals and mirrors.





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Still waiting for the windscreen an de the levers.
These are the parts finished:
Plate-holder, turn signals and mirrors.
Nice upgrades. I like the mirrors.
The way you mounted them, you have a good vision?
Are these the Rizoma Spy R (80mm)?
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Nice upgrades. I like the mirrors.
The way you mounted them, you have a good vision?
Are these the Rizoma Spy R (80mm)?
These are indeed the smallest Spy R.
Larger view than my OEM ones. No elbow, no nothing.
You have to get used to them, but after some time it works perfectly.
I had them already on the R1200R
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These are indeed the smallest Spy R.
Larger view than my OEM ones. No elbow, no nothing.
You have to get used to them, but after some time it works perfectly.
I had them already on the R1200R
Merci @M%M , these must be similar to these which I use now on the Honda.
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The Rizoma windscreen:





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I want that one.
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You have to be very careful. Protect the headlight before starting the installation.

I made a scratch in the black paint of the headlight ring when the left side lowered while working ont the right side.
That ring will have to be painted again.

Adjusting the windscreen takes a lot of time to get it well done.

And don't forget BMW is now proposing an aluminum windscreen too, quite the same price as the Rizoma one ... but not so nice looking.
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