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.... ErnieA. 200,000 plus miles on BMWs. Saw the honor kudos in the latest issue of BMWMOA ON in the Mileage Award pages. Headin' for 300,000, Ernie??
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Thanks Dick! I'm over a 5th of the way there on our LT. All of my BMW miles have been on this (our only to date) K12LT.

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Geez Ernie! Congratulations! 200K miles! Quite an acheivement.

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Great Job Ernie. Keep going strong.

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Ride, Ernie, Ride!

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Congratulations. Lots of memories collected. Keep riding.

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Congratulations!

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Way to go Ernie. Keep on rolling!

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Congratulations! ...and Happy trails.

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Well done sir!

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Thanks Dick! I'm over a 5th of the way there on our LT. All of my BMW miles have been on this (our only to date) K12LT.
And I thought I was the only one with over 200,000 miles on an 02 LT. I just recently returned from the national rally and extended trip to Wyoming. During that trip, I crossed over the 250,000 mile mark on my LT.

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And I thought I was the only one with over 200,000 miles on an 02 LT. I just recently returned from the national rally and extended trip to Wyoming. During that trip, I crossed over the 250,000 mile mark on my LT.

Theres more than you know. You got me by 8000k, Watch out i'm coming for you. LOL

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Tommy,

What major repairs have you performed on the bike? Is the engine and trans original also.
That mileage is amazing. My 03 LTE has 112k so it must still be like new.

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Tommy,

What major repairs have you performed on the bike? Is the engine and trans original also.
That mileage is amazing. My 03 LTE has 112k so it must still be like new.
So far the only major repairs (besides the 6 final drive bearings) was the clutch replacement due to leaking seal. Engine and transmission are original. I did have a problem on my way to the National, bike running on 3 cylinders. Cory, at BMW Motorcycles of Baton Rouge, finally found that it was a faulty spark plug wire. Made it to the rally and went on to Wyoming, Montana, South Dakota. Traveled 5000+ miles with no other problems.

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Ernie,

Congratulations are certainly in order. But it would seem you may have a little competition. Looks like it may be time to rake on some miles soon and little less hard work out in the shop.

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I would like to know more about the maintenance performed to keep the bike running for so long. Air, Fuel, Oil & Oil filter change frequency would help.

How does the bike feel/handle after 100K miles or 200K miles? Is there a difference in the gear shifting, engine breaking performance?

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Ernie and Tommy your both Da Man. I am always amazed at some of the huge miles some of you guys put on your bikes. Even if I had the time to ride I don't think I could do it. I bow in honor of you iron butt heroes, good luck on the 300,000 mark.
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I would like to know more about the maintenance performed to keep the bike running for so long. Air, Fuel, Oil & Oil filter change frequency would help.

How does the bike feel/handle after 100K miles or 200K miles? Is there a difference in the gear shifting, engine breaking performance?

Oil and filter change around 6,000 miles
Air filter changed maybe 3 times after warranty expired
Fuel filter maybe 3 times after warranty expired
Mostly used GTX 20W50 oil
Mostly used 87 or 89 octane fuel
I've changed the rear shock twice, the front once

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I would like to know more about the maintenance performed to keep the bike running for so long. Air, Fuel, Oil & Oil filter change frequency would help.

How does the bike feel/handle after 100K miles or 200K miles? Is there a difference in the gear shifting, engine breaking performance?
Sure!
  1. Oil and filter changes every 6k with synthetic oil (20/50 summer and 10/40 winter).
  2. Mid grade or premium fuel (brand varies for each region I travel but Chevron or Texico with techron)
  3. Air filter and fuel filter service every 12k (might be a bit of overkill but it works)
  4. Valve checks at every 12k
  5. Trans and rear drive fluid changes every 12k
  6. Center-stand, side-stand and shift linkage clean and lube every 12k to keep them working smooth
  7. Ohlins shock rebuilds as needed (equals about once a year of 25k) which is one of the more spendy things I like to do for performance handling
  8. I switched to Speigler brake lines this past winter when I did the engine swap. I had 209k on the original brake lines and the brakes seemed fine until I got back on the bike with the new lines (whoa!) and what a difference!
  9. I use BMW front and rear brake pads but will be trying EBC with my new EBC rear brake rotor I just installed
  10. Brake flush (and clutch slave too) every 24k with ABS unit flush every 48k or so as its worked out
I do all of my own work now (except the Ohlins rebuild) but the first 25k I had the dealer I bought the bike from do it and soon realized I couldn't afford this bike unless I got serious about learning to do the maintenance myself. I bought a Handy Lift from our friend Raffy and went to work learning my LT. I hosted a few tech sessions to learn from the "experts" and then I was off and running to learn from my own mistakes as well. I quickly learned that the fear was in taking off the tupperware and putting it back on correctly. Once the bike is naked it is just another bike.

I can feel the difference every time I finish a 12k service with the trans shifting and handling, and feel confident that our machine is going to make the trip without any major issues.

I hope this helps and doesn't scare anyone away from learning to do their own maintenance.




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Thanks Ernie and Tommy for sharing your experiences. I am at 40K right now and counting. I will keep seeking help from all of you as I progress. With the two 12K services I have performed till now I have felt more confident on the bikes capabilities every time after the service.

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Sure!
  1. Oil and filter changes every 6k with synthetic oil (20/50 summer and 10/40 winter).
  2. Mid grade or premium fuel (brand varies for each region I travel but Chevron or Texico with techron)
  3. Air filter and fuel filter service every 12k (might be a bit of overkill but it works)
  4. Valve checks at every 12k
  5. Trans and rear drive fluid changes every 12k
  6. Center-stand, side-stand and shift linkage clean and lube every 12k to keep them working smooth
  7. Ohlins shock rebuilds as needed (equals about once a year of 25k) which is one of the more spendy things I like to do for performance handling
  8. I switched to Speigler brake lines this past winter when I did the engine swap. I had 209k on the original brake lines and the brakes seemed fine until I got back on the bike with the new lines (whoa!) and what a difference!
  9. I use BMW front and rear brake pads but will be trying EBC with my new EBC rear brake rotor I just installed
  10. Brake flush (and clutch slave too) every 24k with ABS unit flush every 48k or so as its worked out
I do all of my own work now (except the Ohlins rebuild) but the first 25k I had the dealer I bought the bike from do it and soon realized I couldn't afford this bike unless I got serious about learning to do the maintenance myself. I bought a Handy Lift from our friend Raffy and went to work learning my LT. I hosted a few tech sessions to learn from the "experts" and then I was off and running to learn from my own mistakes as well. I quickly learned that the fear was in taking off the tupperware and putting it back on correctly. Once the bike is naked it is just another bike.

I can feel the difference every time I finish a 12k service with the trans shifting and handling, and feel confident that our machine is going to make the trip without any major issues.

I hope this helps and doesn't scare anyone away from learning to do their own maintenance.
QUESTION for Ernie, Tommy (bikertz),

A few more maintenance questions - if I may...
Assuming you both kept track of all valves adjustments (on the original engine), do you have data on:

1) Total number of buckets (shims) replaced,
2) The smallest bucket (shim) size you had to put as the mileage was going up.

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Engine swap????? part of normal maintenance???

I think I missed something. Bike looks great.

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Engine swap????? part of normal maintenance???

I think I missed something. Bike looks great.
You did miss that I had a severe engine overheat and the original engine started using oil so I tore it down to rebuild it. I found a barely used engine on Ebay for $375 plus shipping (sellers mistake = my bonus) and I put that engine into my bike. I'm still going to rebuild my original engine which had some piston damage and oil ring wear. I'm pretty sure the overheat did the damage. I still think getting over 200k on any engine is pretty good, don't you?

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QUESTION for Ernie, Tommy (bikertz),

A few more maintenance questions - if I may...
Assuming you both kept track of all valves adjustments (on the original engine), do you have data on:

1) Total number of buckets (shims) replaced,
2) The smallest bucket (shim) size you had to put as the mileage was going up.
I replaced 4 total shims in 209k. My smallest was 2.75mm.

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Most definitely 200K on any bike is a BIG deal!! Kudos

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