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Andy Downes  says:

BMW recalls 2012 S1000RRs

BMW is recalling around 1500 2012-model year S1000RRs built so far because of concern over gradual loosening of connecting rod bolts which may cause engine damage. The recall – dubbed a ‘technical campaign’ by BMW is not a safety recall and owners will be contacted directly.The work affects 150 bikes in the UK with the majority of the 1500 bikes...

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pdhgixer

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pdhgixer says:

bimer

suggest gixerkarl looks at www.recalluk.com for the numbers of jap bike recalls and the latest panigale recall. I have had all the gixer models up to and including the750 K5 in my 40 years of riding and they have mostly been superb but none have been anywhere near as good as the S1000rr or the dealer service I have received from BMW

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kennygorrie

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kennygorrie says:

s1000rr

great bikes, wish i could trade my k7 750 in for one,  ive had loads of problems with the suzuki. 

everyone has there opinion about what bike is good but the bmw s1000rr has comprehensively rubbed the japs nose in it, it has wiped the floor with everything for the past 3 years and who cares about the track because none of us are racers.  

the jap companys have a big big big gap to make up

 

hats of to bmw 

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snev

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snev says:

ahh gixercarl......

so pre "DICK" table What no "cock bike comments"????

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kennygorrie

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kennygorrie says:

Gsxr1000 2012

Suzuki have recalled the 2012 gsxr 1000 apparently they have forgot to redesign the thing

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BadD0g

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BadD0g says:

kennygorrie

L O L

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ERP30

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ERP30 says:

@ kennygorrie

Ha ha ha thats the best comment... lol i love it.. gold star for you.. i was planing on buying a 2012 Gixer 1000 but as you say they didnt bother with it in my opinion so opted for a ZX10r instead.. so happy with my choice, pure grin factor ...

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COZ69

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COZ69 says:

easy

just get a new blade better than the BMW ,but hey everyone is different

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mickra

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mickra says:

I'm looking forward

to a recall on my Triumph. it's been so long now I've forgotten where my local dealer is, and I really miss them.

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boybilly1967

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boybilly1967 says:

MV F3 needs a recall apparently, for fueling issues!

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Piglet2010

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Piglet2010 says:

Really?

@ kennygorrie – You should care about the track if you buy a BMW S1000RR for anything but the track or “pub racing”, since any of the Japanese super-sports are much better bikes for street riding, particularly the Honda Fireblade, since it has more power than the other 4-cylinder super-sports below 10,000 rpm. Don’t see many wringing the Beemer out past 11K to make use of its power advantage on a regular basis anywhere but the track.

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