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1982 Bmw R-series on 2040-motos

YearYear:1982 MileageMileage:65 ColorColor: Pewter
Location:

Rochester, Massachusetts, United States

Rochester, Massachusetts, United States
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BMW R-Series photos

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BMW R-Series tech info

WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

BMW R-Series description

I hate to sell my baby, but I need a new truck for work, and so I must. This 82 BMW R100 runs beautifully. Gearbox shift smooth, no issues at all. Lester wheels, K & N filters, $250 lithium battery just installed, Corbin Gunfighter seat. Tires are in great shape with plenty of life left. I just noticed a slight fork seal leak, so I purchased a set of fork seals and a pair of fork boots that go with the bike as well. 

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Firefighting Motorcycle

Fri, 17 Apr 2009

Ever had an officer ask you “where’s the fire?” after being pulled over for speeding?  Well now you have a good excuse. This converted BMW R1200RT has two 20 or 25 liter tanks (contain a premix of water and foam) mounted on either side that is connected to a 6.8 liter compressed air tank on the back of the bike that has a 20 to 30 meter hose. They are currently being used in the U.K.

BMW Recalls Several Models in Canada for Potential Fuel Leaks

Thu, 19 Dec 2013

Transport Canada has announced a recall on 18 BMW models across several model years spanning from 2005 to 2012 because of a risk of fuel leaks (the full list of models and model years is below). As of this posting, no recall has been announced for the U.S. but the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) currently has an investigation open for a similar issue, potentially affecting 45,588 BMW motorcycles.

FIM Eases WSBK Homologation Requirements

Sat, 22 Feb 2014

With the 2014 World Superbike Championship now under way, the International Motorcycling Federation (FIM) announced a change in the homologation procedure for new motorcycles entering the series. The new regulations requires a minimum of 125 units produced in order to begin the homologation process. By the end of the first year of participation, manufacturers must have produced 250 units.