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1995 Bmw R-series on 2040-motos

US $4,800.00
YearYear:1995 MileageMileage:45 ColorColor: Red

Culver City, California, United States

Culver City, California, United States

BMW R-Series tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1,100 TypeType:Sport Touring

BMW R-Series description

-- Fast, comfortable, nicely balanced sport/touring bike. 

-- Features BMW's smooth, powerful and durable Boxer engine 
-- Adjustable seat, handlebars and windscreen assure an ideal riding position.
-- Nice condition with just a few minor scratches 
-- Has always been garaged. 
-- 45,700 miles and just two owners 
-- All maintenance records. 

Antilock brakes 
Bar backs (relocate handlebars up and back for more comfort) 
Fuel/Temp gauge
Engine guards 
Two windscreens (smoked and clear) 

@ 38,000 miles ($1,500): 
New clutch 
New brakes (front and rear) 
Oil and filter change. 

@ 40,000 miles ($350):
New front and rear tires: Dunlop Roadsmarts 

@ 42,000 miles ($100):
New, top-rated (more powerful than original) Odyssey battery

@ 43,000 miles ($947):
New braided steel brake lines (stronger than factory rubber lines)
New high-output headlight bulb
Clutch adjustment / Valve adjustment / Sync throttle body
Oil change / Transmission and rear drive fluid change
New alternator belt
New clutch starter interlock switch

**NOTE: Does not come with hard saddlebags as they have been sold


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