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post #1 of 5 Old Jun 13th, 2009, 2:44 pm Thread Starter
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Question re: standard features

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I'm considering buying a used LT, somewhere around a 99-2003 or so.

I'm wondering if there's a list somewhere of what all the standard features are on the bikes. I'll see some posted with certain features and others posted that don't list certain features, so I'm trying to help compare apples to apples. If I could find a comprehensive list that would list for example, the year, specific model, and all standard features for that year/model it would help me greatly.

thanks much for any info!!

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Use this sites SEARCH ...... there is tons of info on the subject.

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I have a 2002 K1200LTC. So I have the custom. I have the am/fm, cassette, and 6 cd changer, no gps or intercom. Best bike I've ever owned and I've been riding 40 years now.
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For the 1999 listing, go to the 1st post on this thread.
http://www.bmwlt.com/forums/showthre...90421#poststop

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Re: Question re: standard features

I have the '01 LTC which includes the above as well as heated seats, grips and backrest for the passenger. It also has the Brembo ABS brakes front and rear. Because it is old enough the brake systems are independent, not coupled. It has only 100 hp (which for me is plenty). It also has a manual centerstand. It is surprisingly easy to place on the stand without the electro-hydraulics.

If you have never ridden one of these monsters (sweethearts) you are in for a treat! If big sophisticated drop dead gorgeous unbelievably good handling touring motorcycles are your thing you had better make sure you have cash in hand or financing available when you ride one. Making the jump will consume your life until you finally get one. They are that good.

If the right one had shown up when I was buying I would have opted for the LTE which includes the rider/passenger comm system. Not a show stopper (obviously) as I use one of the aftermarket bluetooth systems which works flawlessly and no cables!

I only regret that I have to work for a living so I can't tour all the time!

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