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New 2014 BMW S1000R


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  • 3 weeks later...

Bros, anyone knows how to change the low beam bulb? I managed to open the side panel (the one with right signal attached), but manual said have to open another screw below the beam which my torx key cannot get in because blocked by the suspension. Anyone can advise me?

 

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Anyone gone for their 30k servicing? What's the damage like?

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Interesting to know who have sent for 30,000km service. My bike still has around 10,000km more to 30k. Since it is already out of warranty i won't be sending to PML and plan to let SBR motors or Wearnes Tebrau to do the valve clearance hehe

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Hello S1000R owners - can you share your experiences with the engine heat? I don't have a good read on how big of an issue this really is. Most of my rides would be 25mins to the office in business casual clothing (dress pants) or running errands in shorts. I don't plan on riding for hours at a time.

 

I would really appreciate any engine heat experiences you can share! Is riding in shorts pretty much impossible? Thanks for your input!!!

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The bike has no problems riding long hours, i’ve ridden 6 hrs plus journey with pit stop every 200+km for petrol and pee hehehe.....its just that it will get very hot if idle too long....i’ve gone thru tuas jams with 1/2 hr idling crawling thru customs with engine temperature as high as 119 deg C and it really scares the **** until i decide to shut off the engine....to be honest its not a great bike to ride in our climate...

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  • 6 months later...
Had a wonderful time tonight at Timbre @ Gillman with friends and making more new friends. Seen and heard the launch of R NINE T and S1000R. Enjoyed the good food and flow of beer as well as conversation with our cheerful local Motorrad paddlock girls.

 

'Booked' my long awaited Tutuapp 9Apps ShowBox S1000R w dynamic control. :)

 

Anyone has any news about this bike and when it will be in Singapore?

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