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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old Apr 29th, 2006, 11:10 am Thread Starter
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Here my "new" K1200S

Hey Guys,

Here some pics of my K1200S with some carbon-parts:











All pics you can see in this album:

http://www.michaelbense.de/k1200s/ga...s.php?album=18
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post #2 of 26 (permalink) Old Apr 29th, 2006, 1:13 pm
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Michael,

That is just gorgeous! The red and carbon fibre match off each other so well. What a great looking bike.

That's the kind of look that will help the new-GT.

Thanks for sharing.

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Oooo! La! La!

Never liked the K-S as much as I like it now! Great looking cycle.

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Beautiful !!!!! What kind of exhaust is that??? I assume you got the carbon parts and had the Red painted on?
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Beautiful !!!!! What kind of exhaust is that??? I assume you got the carbon parts and had the Red painted on?

The exhaust was from http://www.hpe-auspuff.de/html/news_engl_.html.

No, this was may bike before costumizing:

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I have to say - great color sheme and really nice exhaust - any specs on power improvement with that exhaust ? I haven't seen that variety here in the U.S., but it reminds me a bit of the double-muffler on the Monster S4R.
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[QUOTE=OSM62]Hey Guys,

Here some pics of my K1200S with some carbon-parts:



Wow OSM62 that a very pretty bike. I but you would really like my Carbon Fiber windscreen to match the rest of your bike. It's for sale as it just doesn't match my black S. I works great but just doesn't look right on an all black bike.







Oh in this last picture I just wanted to show my new TI adj clutch lever from Wunderlich.


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Here the bike with new flashers on the rear and new colordesign on the wheels:







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OH MAN! Look at all that carbon! Wow!

Thanks for sharing this with us, Michael.

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