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2001 K1200RS, ABS, heated grips, bags and accessories. $5900. One adult owner, never dropped, garaged. Beautiful silver/blue color combination. Low 24830 miles. New fluids and new Odyssey battery. Includes many accessories:

• BMW Saddlebags
• Chicane tail bag with
• BMW locking luggage rack mounting plate
• All locks keyed alike
• BMW luggage rack
• Electric cruise control (not a throttle lock)
• Heated grips
• Bar backs for handlebars
• Footpeg lowering kit (with adjustable shifter lowering block)
• PIAA aux lights
• Adjustable aluminum fork mounts for lights
• Late model square mirrors (round mirrors included as well)
• Radar detector (or other) mount
• Aluminum fork top mount for GPS
• Garmin Streetpilot III GPS Receiver included
• GPS custom power cord
• GPS auto accessories and Mapsource software
• Clear body protecting film on tank and fork top since new
• Clear headlight protector
• Clear Turn signals lenses front and rear
• Silverstar bulbs (looks silver/blue when off, but lights up yellow) in front
• Two BMW (DIN) power sockets and two power cables for electronics

The BMW K1200RS is a 1171cc, four-stroke, horizontally mounted (for easy maintenance) inline four cylinder engine. Producing 130 hp and 85 lb-ft of torque. The engine is rubber mounted in a die cast aluminum frame to increase rigidity while isolating engine vibrations. It is adjustable for the rider including: handlebars, pegs, windscreen (two positions), seat (two heights). The adjustability and lack of vibration make this fun to ride whether quickly down a mountain road or an all-day tour. Suspension is by BMW Telelever in front to separate steering from damping for improved comfort, lack of brake dive and lower weight. A BMW Paralever shaft drive is in the rear for low maintenance and lack of torque effect when accelerating.
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