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post #1 of 24 Old 04-12-2017, 06:01 PM Thread Starter
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bmw1000 rr owner takes ride on gsx s

local night hangout guy i know been riding 1000rr for 2 years.....he owned several gsxr before that...he was checking out the s....told him to take it for a spin...he came back and said this feels so much stronger then the rr in the short ride he took...mostly city side roads...
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I was looking through the BMW forum the other night and them bikes have so many faults with them and a lot of people complaining about quality ? Except for the snatchy throttle and hard suspension their is rarely a fault or complaint posted on this site for our bike.

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I was looking through the BMW forum the other night and them bikes have so many faults with them and a lot of people complaining about quality ? Except for the snatchy throttle and hard suspension their is rarely a fault or complaint posted on this site for our bike.
hes going back to suzuki talked to him tonight.....i finally softened my suspension what a difference didnt bother with sag settings i knew it didnt move much when sitting on it and just weight of bike both front and rear stayed topped out....took for a ride and felt great....highway and city,,,,,,
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I've got a s1000rr
It's a 2011 which I've had for about 18 months
I've had loads of problems Inc top engine rebuild
How anyone can call it a premium product I'll never know
Previously I've owned gsxr''s for over 20 years and never had any real problems
Everything is 3/4 times the price to fix also
Example: front wheel bearings gsxr €40
BMW = €168
Also my starter motor went and you can't buy the brushes like you can with suzuki you have to buy the complete unit €460, a complete rip off
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ouch.....im lucky i never had an attraction to anything except suzuki honda....suzuki being number 1....Powders you thinking of going back to suzuki
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Absolutely
Can't wait
Hopefully I'll be buying a 17 F in august I'm saving my pennies at the moment
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it sucks because BMW bikes are very sexy looking and on paper those things are awesome. However, my experience with BMW (cars and bikes) has shown me they are not very reliable. More than any other brand, I hear people tell me how some very expensive part needs repair when its just out of warranty....myself included. BMW is the perfect example of how some of the new technologies they are sticking in their bikes dont necessarily result in better motorcycle....especially if you cant ride it because its getting fixed.
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Totally agree
I bought it because I loved the look of it and it always gets great write up's but that's just journalists riding it for an hour or so
It's a different story when you own it and have to pay huge money for servicing and parts fail way too often
It's just not worth the hassle and expense
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