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post #1 of 36 Old Nov 23rd, 2010, 6:54 am Thread Starter
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Hi guys, since many are not satisfied with the K1600GTL, I've had some fun creating the K1600GTLT mixing the front of the GTL and the back of the KLT.

I'm not able to insert a picture here so I've to send you to the home page of our site to llok at it...

Do you like it?

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Love It,

When does it go on sale?? I may get in a line for that one.

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Where do I order one! Cool

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Your photoshop skillzorz are leet! Awesome pic. You better start getting your patents ready because the Bavarian Designers will probably copy that... (Or should I say: HOPEFULLY)
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Ya know I love my LT but I think I will love the GLT even more. It seams to have more of what I am looking for in a bike. Great job of Photo Shop but this just ain't right.


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Now that's what I'm talkin' about!!! Great job, I hope BMW takes note.

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You guys are actually serious, aren't you?
I wonder how many of you would buy a new car if it had the rear end of a '99 model attached to the front of a 2010 design? Just sayin...
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Now we're talking. BMW need to hire you right now!
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You guys are actually serious, aren't you?
I wonder how many of you would buy a new car if it had the rear end of a '99 model attached to the front of a 2010 design? Just sayin...
Here we've had the same enthusiastic approach. Sincerely I like this design and the rear of the KLT does not appear to be an "old" design...

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You guys are actually serious, aren't you?
I wonder how many of you would buy a new car if it had the rear end of a '99 model attached to the front of a 2010 design? Just sayin...
Well, ther is the 2010 Mustang or Camaro, or Challenger.

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Great job, I love it.

I'm actually in Munich, I've shown it to the BMW designers and I already booked one

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No thanks. nice photoshop job though.

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hmmm, which looks more "complete" as a luxury tourer....???



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Now all it needs is some work on the front and we will have a true K1600LT!

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Great looking and great job!

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Re: Some fun...

If the "K1600GTLT"'s side cases and top case are removable, I could go with that. Otherwise, I'll stick with the K1600GT/GTL, as designed. Frankly, I don't care (well, only a little...) about what it looks like if those cases are easily and quickly removable.

Interesting concept, however!

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That side-by-side pair of photos emphasizes one aspect of the design of the K1600GTL that has worried me since I saw the first pictures of that trunk: the degree to which its height (not to mention its size in general) is likely to effect the bike's handling when ridden one-up. I sold the large trunk that I bought with my K1200GT because in certain wind conditions I felt that it acted as a rudder that caused an effect I could feel in the handlebars. (Tail wagging the dog.) Given the even greater height of the trunk designed for the GTL, I'll be surprised if it doesn't have at least the same effect.

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That side-by-side pair of photos emphasizes one aspect of the design of the K1600GTL that has worried me since I saw the first pictures of that trunk: the degree to which its height (not to mention its size in general) is likely to effect the bike's handling when ridden one-up. I sold the large trunk that I bought with my K1200GT because in certain wind conditions I felt that it acted as a rudder that caused an effect I could feel in the handlebars. (Tail wagging the dog.) Given the even greater height of the trunk designed for the GTL, I'll be surprised if it doesn't have at least the same effect.
But IT IS REMOVABLE in just a few seconds compared to 5 to 10 minutes on the LT. When I ride solo it will be in the garage along with the side cases.

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When I ride solo it will be in the garage along with the side cases
Same for me, Steve, at least with regard to the trunk -- except for multi-day solo trips, when the extra carrying capacity and convenience of the trunk will make it hard to leave behind. But if I find that the trunk affects one-up handling as much as it did on the K1200GT, I'll be using it only when riding two-up.

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I've had goldwing riders comment how they wished their luggage was as easy to remove as it is on my GT.

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That's certainly the way I always felt about the 2004 Gold Wing I had until 2009, Kalli. I always felt the bike would be a lot better looking without that hulking lump on its rear end. I had to grudgingly admit, however, that it (a) is very well integrated into the overall design of the bike, (b) provides the best perch for a passenger of all the bikes on the market today, and (c) has no effect on the bike's handling -- none of which likely applies to the GTL's trunk.
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You guys are actually serious, aren't you?
I wonder how many of you would buy a new car if it had the rear end of a '99 model attached to the front of a 2010 design? Just sayin...
Who says that the FD on the K1600 is going to be redesigned? And if so, it may not be any better.

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Who says that the FD on the K1600 is going to be redesigned? And if so, it may not be any better.
Um, every single picture we've seen of the K16's rear wheel?

Yeah, I mean, the whole bike may not be any better . . .

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Hi guys, since many are not satisfied with the K1600GTL, I've had some fun creating the K1600GTLT mixing the front of the GTL and the back of the KLT.

I'm not able to insert a picture here so I've to send you to the home page of our site to llok at it...

Do you like it?
That is pretty nice and almost looks like they were made to go together.

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You guys are actually serious, aren't you?
I wonder how many of you would buy a new car if it had the rear end of a '99 model attached to the front of a 2010 design? Just sayin...
If the 99 looked better than the 2010, I'd take it in a heart beat! Styling isn't like technology. It doesn't really advance with time, it just changes.

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If the "K1600GTLT"'s side cases and top case are removable, I could go with that. Otherwise, I'll stick with the K1600GT/GTL, as designed. Frankly, I don't care (well, only a little...) about what it looks like if those cases are easily and quickly removable.

Interesting concept, however!
There is no reason that the cases can't be both removable and look like they are made to fit together and fit the bike. They don't HAVE to look tacked on to be removable.

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Who says that the FD on the K1600 is going to be redesigned? And if so, it may not be any better.
What is the correlation with the content of this thread?

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What is the correlation with the content of this thread?
I was going to ask the same question but decided to let it go. I guess he thought by "rear end" I meant rear drive.

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I am another who thinks the GTL top case looks ridiculous hanging out over the back. I MUCH prefer the smooth integration of the LT topcase, Which COULD easily be designed for quick removal if they wanted to.

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Integrated ... and the side bags are large enough to hold a sportbike!

I present to you the LT you've all been waiting for:

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Integrated ... and the side bags are large enough to hold a sportbike!

I present to you the LT you've all been waiting for:

Should be called GTLL (for GTL Lang). Wheeliebility improved to... at least to a certain angle... ;-)
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Needs a little platform on the back with a moped for running about.
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Needs a little platform on the back with a moped for running about.

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Integrated ... and the side bags are large enough to hold a sportbike!

I present to you the LT you've all been waiting for:

Queen's "Fat Bottom Girls" song comes to mind with this pic!


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Re: Some fun...

I like it!

Although I rarely ride two up I've always loved the extra capacity of the top case (I probably pack too much). On the new bike the top case looks like a throw on.

In the end I counting on how the bike looks from my riding vantage point more so than how others see me on it. At 2AM on the turnpike after 12 hours of riding I'm not too concerned if people like how my bike looks.

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