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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old Jan 24th, 2009, 9:13 am Thread Starter
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Part Number Needed

I need a part number for the little black piece that fits on the end of the air intake. Can't find it on Max BMW.

Any one have it? This is the last part I need to complete my repair.

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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old Jan 24th, 2009, 4:18 pm
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I want to try to go look at my GT, I have the left fairing side off right now.
I am thinking it is part of #1 in this picture, the air duct:
(here is the link to what I am showing which gives part number):
http://www.realoem.com/bmw/diagrams/s/c/249.png

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Thanks for your effort, however it is not part 1. I know because I ordered part 1. This is a separate little piece that fits on the end of the air intake.
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Yeah I even have a couple pictures and had the part in my hand. I think it's gonna need the whole snorkel, unless you needed that and ordered it and it's not there. I'll post the pics since I froze my arse off and took them, and look at that site more.
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I found one for sale used, I am tending to believe it comes only with the whole intake tube. The one I found is sold though:
http://www.beemerboneyard.com/13717685339.html
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...the question begs to be asked....how the heck did it break in the first place????

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...the question begs to be asked....how the heck did it break in the first place????

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This is a salvage bike I am rebuilding. It had severe front end damage. I guess I will just have to buy the whole intake, just to get that little piece of plastic.
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Have you tried "Beemer Bone Yard" for a used part?

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Have you tried "Beemer Bone Yard" for a used part?
They had one, but sold it. No telling when they will get another.
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To me it almost looks like it would be a fairly insignificant part. I mean, not that I'm going to give you mine or anything, but how much does that little scoopy thing really matter in the grand scheme of intake air? The engine sucks in only the amount it needs anyway, I don't think this thing exactly "supercharges" the intake air. I'd just leave what's left of it on there, or pull it off if it bothers you. At some time maybe you can find a deal on a used one, in which case I think you could probably snap it in place without even removing the fairing panel.

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