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Anyone seen this slim pannier lid replacement for K1600 / 2014- R1200RT Panniers?

For local can use this to slim down the panniers for easy manoeuvre in city traffic.

Found this in Japan website, blady ex. Wonder if can find locally.

 

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Heavy when doing slow speed lane split

 

If commute mainly on expressway it's fine, even with traffic jam. With side panniers off, no problem lane split. If you're always stuck in traffic CBD area, then get a kup kia. When I say parking, I am referring to legs down pushing bike around. But once moving even at walking pace, it is manageable, like most class 2 bikes. The GTL seat is quite low, more reassuring to put both feet flat on ground. I agree it is a heavy bike, similar to ST1300. Once you get used to the weight, there is nothing you can't handle ;)

 

BTW, teambhp, you ride K16?

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If commute mainly on expressway it's fine, even with traffic jam. With side panniers off, no problem lane split. If you're always stuck in traffic CBD area, then get a kup kia. When I say parking, I am referring to legs down pushing bike around. But once moving even at walking pace, it is manageable, like most class 2 bikes. The GTL seat is quite low, more reassuring to put both feet flat on ground. I agree it is a heavy bike, similar to ST1300. Once you get used to the weight, there is nothing you can't handle ;)

 

BTW, teambhp, you ride K16?

Nope. Dyna glide

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If commute mainly on expressway it's fine, even with traffic jam. With side panniers off, no problem lane split. If you're always stuck in traffic CBD area, then get a kup kia. When I say parking, I am referring to legs down pushing bike around. But once moving even at walking pace, it is manageable, like most class 2 bikes. The GTL seat is quite low, more reassuring to put both feet flat on ground. I agree it is a heavy bike, similar to ST1300. Once you get used to the weight, there is nothing you can't handle ;)

 

BTW, teambhp, you ride K16?

 

 

Sounds good. My next target K1600GT.

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Nice. Indeed it is a very good bike especially when you're on the highway. Welcome on board.

 

Hahahahhaa. New bird. Dun know how to set all the little things in onboard computer. teach me pls. Wait anyhow play and set to reverse gear and go holanz.

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Hi. K1600GT owner here. Heheh. 3.5 years old.

 

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With Regards

Nur

 

Bike I owned before:

Honda MTX200, Yamaha RD125LC, Yamaha FZR400

Honda CB750F, Suzuki GSXR1100R, Yamaha RX100

Honda Cub90, Yamaha RD350LC, Kawasaki Zephyr750

Honda Shadow 1100 ACE, Honda Wave110, BMW R1100RT

Yamaha X1 110 (current), BMW K1600GT (current), Suzuki GSF400 Bandit (current)

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Just checking, anyone of you selling your gps?

 

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Nur

 

Bike I owned before:

Honda MTX200, Yamaha RD125LC, Yamaha FZR400

Honda CB750F, Suzuki GSXR1100R, Yamaha RX100

Honda Cub90, Yamaha RD350LC, Kawasaki Zephyr750

Honda Shadow 1100 ACE, Honda Wave110, BMW R1100RT

Yamaha X1 110 (current), BMW K1600GT (current), Suzuki GSF400 Bandit (current)

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JB BMW? never been there but this coming weekends they have cny celebration. Going on sunday.

It's at Tebrau. Near Jusco. Wearnes Automotive. They do servicing for SG BMW bikes as I have many friends who brought their GS there for servicing. Definitely save a lot considering the Sg:Myr rate.

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