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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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  • Posted 3 years ago (02 May 2012 09:53)

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DESMOHEAD

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DESMOHEAD says:

Reminds me of when I took the 916 back to the dealer in 2000 to get the swing-arm welding checked on a factory recall. Better safe than sorry.

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bananaman69

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bananaman69 says:

The supplier supplied the bolts to the wrong spec apparently, shit  'appens, at least the slipper will stop the rear locking up.

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Aussiebikerdave

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At the Aussie BEARS national champs Round 3 held last weekend at the Morgan Park circuit at Warwick, Qld, an S1000RR blew it's engine spilling so much oil the meeting was called off even though there were another 3 races in Sunday's race schedule still to be run.

The bike ridden by Brett Kitchin had been the front runner all weekend but the engine blew a hole in its crankcase directly in front of the front sprocket big enough to fit a matchbox in on its widest side! I'm not sure whether Brett is aware of this recall but no doubt he is in consultation with his BMW dealer as we speak.

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