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How did you customize your K1600?

I initially thought that I really hadn't done too much to it, compared to my K1200LT, until I listed everything. Looks like this bike is becoming a bad habit. Seems like every other day the mailman is bringing another package to the door.

Suburban Machinery peg lowering http://www.suburban-machinery.com/

California Science Windshield http://www.calsci.com/

Schroedie Shop – Two-color BMW Emblem Indicator Lights

Rear Inertia brake flasher www.powersportinnovations.com

Shifter Extender http://www.iliumworks.com

RKA Tank Bag http://www.rka-luggage.com

TLC Saddle bag Liners Top and Sides http://www.tlcproducts.com/

Garmin 660 GPS

GPS Antireflective screen Protector www.posr.us

BMW Engine Protection Bars

BMW Fog Lights

Flash to Pass Garage Door Opener www.F2ptechnologies.com

Stebel Nautilis Compact Air Horn

Grip Covers

3M Bike Clear Coat

All Chrome Replaced with Black items Wind deflectors/handlebars, radiator cover

Wind deflectors (not installed yet)

Backrest redone (removed the hump)

Beaded seat cover and sheepskin

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Yeah, that sounds about right . . .

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Work in progress.

Completed:

Aeroflow Headlight Protector
Gerbing Power Lead to Battery
Ram Mount, GPS
Ram Mount, Magnetic Base, Valentine 1 Radar Detector
Ram Mount, Short Arm, Garmin 378C GPS
M5x30mm Bolts (Replaces M5x20mm Bolts)
* ** Secures Ram Mount Base to Control Assembly on Handlebars
Saeng/TA Quick Scan Mirrors
Slingshot Racing Gas Cap
Wolfman Rainier Tank Bag (Moves between GSA and GTL)
BMW Engine Protection Bars (Replaced by Wunderlich Bars, below)
Wunderlich Engine Protection Bars, Black
Wunderlich Saddlebag Protection Bars, Black
Wunderlich Side Stand Enlarger
Wunderlich Top Case Rack
Wunderlich Handle Bar Muffs

iPOD Cable
BMW Top Case Rear Brake Light
Bushtec Trailer Hitch

Michelin Pilot Road 3 Tires (Replaced Metzler Z8 Intertecs)
Cargo Netting, Saddlebag Dividers

Pending:
Cee Bailey's 20" Windshield (on order)
Replacement Seat
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Re: How did you customize your K1600?

Well let's see

Whistler Pro 3600 Radar/Laser Detector

Hard Wire Audio to My Scala G4 intercom

California Science Windshield

TLC bag Liners Top and Sides

Garmin NavIV GPS

BMW Engine Protection Bars

BMW Fog Lights

Top Case brake light

Air Hawk Seat cushion

Arm Rests for Sammie (If MaMa aint happy Yada Yada!!)

Lower Back Rest pad (for Sammie)

Headlight Protection Film

Video Camera Mount on right side Fairing

Wind Hand Guards for cold weather riding

Maybe a New Seat later down the road

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I initially thought that I really hadn't done too much to it, compared to my K1200LT, until I listed everything. Looks like this bike is becoming a bad habit. Seems like every other day the mailman is bringing another package to the door.

Schroedie Shop – Two-color BMW Emblem Indicator Lights . . .
Garmin 660 GPS . . .

GPS Antireflective screen Protector www.posr.us . . .

Flash to Pass Garage Door Opener [url]www.F2ptechnologies.com[/url. . . .
Grip Covers
3M Bike Clear Coat . . .
Beaded seat cover and sheepskin
Now do you wish for the LT center stand and R.
Seriously that should not be too much added weight. But I am interested in 3 of your personal effects: 1 GPS anti-reflective screen does it take away from the sensitivity of the touch screen 2 Flash to pass garage door opener does it offer security and is it unique to the individual meaning I can't ride up to your door and open it and was it an easy install 3M bike coat where did you use it and what are the benefits
I have not seen a picture of your bike as yet hope this is not a hi-jack.
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Now do you wish for the LT center stand and R.
Seriously that should not be too much added weight. But I am interested in 3 of your personal effects: 1 GPS anti-reflective screen does it take away from the sensitivity of the touch screen 2 Flash to pass garage door opener does it offer security and is it unique to the individual meaning I can't ride up to your door and open it and was it an easy install 3M bike coat where did you use it and what are the benefits
I have not seen a picture of your bike as yet hope this is not a hi-jack.
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Na....not a hijack. Good questions. I personally have little need for a center stand, muchless a power one with all of it's hydraulics and electronics. I only use my center-stand when I'm working on the bike.

A reverse would be OK, but it's not needed on this bike. I watch where I park and find that it's a lot more maneuverable then the K1200LT. U-Turns are not a big deal.

Do a search on the K1600 Forum for a lot of information on the Flash2Pass. I don't think that there is a security issue. I like it.

I had the dealer do the 3M cover. I think it will pay for it's self. I haven't installed the film on my GPS yet. I have heard that it doesen;t help much with the glare. I'm waiting.

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Na....not a hijack. Good questions . . .

Do a search on the K1600 Forum for a lot of information on the Flash2Pass. I don't think that there is a security issue. I like it . . . .

I had the dealer do the 3M cover. I think it will pay for it's self. I haven't installed the film on my GPS yet. I have heard that it doesen;t help much with the glare. I'm waiting.
OK Dan I did like you said and went to the K1600 site I went to accessories and through 5 pages of things to add to the 1600. I read about the 3M and the anti glare shield for the GPS but no sign of the flash to pass opener. I felt a bit intimidated as I was reading things I had no idea about. After two years there is still a lot more homework I have to do to learn about the LT so I could only wonder what all you guys are doing on that new page in history. I noticed too that your forum has grown by leaps and bounds. Yes I do take a peak over there every now and then. Will keep searching. Thanks
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OK Dan I did like you said and went to the K1600 site I went to accessories and through 5 pages of things to add to the 1600. I read about the 3M and the anti glare shield for the GPS but no sign of the flash to pass opener. I felt a bit intimidated as I was reading things I had no idea about. After two years there is still a lot more homework I have to do to learn about the LT so I could only wonder what all you guys are doing on that new page in history. I noticed too that your forum has grown by leaps and bounds. Yes I do take a peak over there every now and then. Will keep searching. Thanks
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Here is one of several links with Flash2Pass (F2P) information. I "searched" Flash2Pass.

http://www.k1600forum.com/forum/bmw-...or-opener.html

There are several threads.

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Can you post some pictures of the Wunderlich Top Case Rack installed on your bike?

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Here is one of several links with Flash2Pass (F2P) information. I "searched" Flash2Pass.

http://www.k1600forum.com/forum/bmw-...or-opener.html

There are several threads.
Thanks Dan as I said I was not familiar with search on you side of the forum. I will go over the Mnwblet slide show and details. I see this topic has drawn an entertainment section as well as far away as England. I had heard of the horn activation but the high beam is new to me. I will research thoroughly before deciding thanks again.
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Can you post some pictures of the Wunderlich Top Case Rack installed on your bike?

Thanks
Just saw, this and haven't taken any pictures yet.
It's as depicted in this link.
http://www.wunderlichamerica.com/mm5...nshot_offset=1
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How accurate is the fitment of the topcase and saddlebag liners from tlc? The tlcproducts photo is not useful- looks like the same photo used for both topcase and saddle bags, and it isn't even the right size for either, unless that's what they look like.

Thanks.

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How accurate is the fitment of the topcase and saddlebag liners from tlc? The tlcproducts photo is not useful- looks like the same photo used for both topcase and saddle bags, and it isn't even the right size for either, unless that's what they look like.

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They seem to fit all 3 compartment with very little space left over. Not quite the quality of RKA, but about 1/2 the price.

They also include a monogram of your choice. Mine say BMW- K1600GTL For the limited amount of use, they seem well worth $112.00 and that included shipping.

I just looked at their web site and the pictures don't seem to match the product! Not the best at marketing, but I would order the same product for my K1600 again.

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I put a cover over my K16 when Winter began. I took the cover off when Winter ended. Guess mine won't be featured on Pimp My Ride anytime soon...

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I'll give this one a shot
Fuse block
Autocom
Customized PTT switches
Separate satellite radio
Russell Day Long (with windblockerectomy)
SM peg lowering kit
Ilium guards and pegs
Custom passenger floorboard mounts and floorboards
F2P
65 watt high beam lamps (waiting for Clearwater to develop their under mirror mounts so I can install my Hella HID driving lights)
P3 lights with extra controller to turn the brake light into a giant P3 light
B2B radio
Chrome trim removed (5 minutes after I pulled the bike into the garage for the first time)
Remus CF exhausts
Kathy's bags liners
Nelson Rigg micro tank bag
CalSci shield
Grip puppies
SSR keyless cap
Fender extender
Additional power socket to fuse block
Have a top case rack am still undecided if I want to mount it.
The paint job will wait until this winter.
I need something to do while waiting out the winters in CNY so I farkle until I have reached farkle fulfillment (which tends to be a temporary state of being).

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OK "I" dont need the center stand and reverse but I do need this for my knees every once in a while. JPEG's. Is there or will there be a JPEG type of aftermarket product?

Thanks

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Now do you wish for the LT center stand and R.
Seriously that should not be too much added weight. But I am interested in 3 of your personal effects: 1 GPS anti-reflective screen does it take away from the sensitivity of the touch screen 2 Flash to pass garage door opener does it offer security and is it unique to the individual meaning I can't ride up to your door and open it and was it an easy install 3M bike coat where did you use it and what are the benefits
I have not seen a picture of your bike as yet hope this is not a hi-jack.
ride safe
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yes there are Hiway pegs out for the K1600

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Yes Jpeg claims they are working on some type of design for the K1600 but no word yet. If you go to their website you can sign up for reports on how the progress is going on the pegs. I did so and haven't heard a word in months from them.

And I will never, ever tease a Gold Winger or Harley dude again about having too many do-dads on their bikes!!!

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Wow! some of these lists are pretty amazing. Do these folks ever ride? My list seems small by comparison:

1) Every BMW option offered for the GTL at the time of order
2) Valentine I Radar (Custom built mount & buried in cowl in place of Right Speaker)
3) BMR Co-Pilot Instrument SunShade w/ Digital Camera mount (Production Unit #1)
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4) Cortech Tank Bag
5) Throttle Rocker
6) Bill Mayer Seat
7) V-Storm Windshield
8) BMR Topcase Rack (Production Unit #1). see attached photo. These should be available soon
9) Big Ear Stereo Ear Plugs wired to my BMW bluetooth system (see article on this forum)
10) "Special Projects" custom Unigo trailer hitch (see past article posted on site)

At this point I have all the items I feel I need, now I just need to figure out how to quit work so I can ride all the time?
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Nice looking shelf and sun screen... How well does it work at making the GPS a little easier to read? It doesn't block the GPS from coming up for removal does it?

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The Co-Pilot does a great job at adding shade to the instrument cluster and highly improves the GPS visibility. I find that only if the sun low and at you back does it not help. I got the Co-Pilot primarily as a sunshade. The GPS will pop up as BMW intended and the mount is cut back in the center so as not to block the GPS/Sat Radio antenna that is buried in the cowl. The BMR Co-Pilot allows mounting everything you can imagine on a rock solid shelf. Since the GTL is pretty much fully loaded I use the self to mount my Digital Camera and Gate and Garage openers. A standard BMR option is a bolt on shelf to mount a Radar detector. I did not opt for that bracket because I had already built a custom mount for my Valentine I where the R/H speaker used to be and I like it hidden from view.

The Co-Pilot shelf and Topcase rack were designed off my bike for the GTL. The Co-Pilot fits either the GTL or GT. The Topcase rack and is unique for the GTL and intended to be a universal mount to carry a variety of bags. I've added the two Stainless Steel webbing fittings to mine to accept my MagBag from my LT. It works great!

My friend who owns BMW Products has no listed these items on his website (bmrproducts.com) as of yet. I suspect he will begin offering them in June?
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Hey Dan, which Rear Inertia brake flasher did you use? What exactly does it do? Thanks, Kipper.
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I am pretty sure that the company stopped making them. But below is where I got it. They were located in Ft. Myers, Fl. PWC Industries, Inc.

Rear Inertia brake flasher: WWW.powersportinnovations.com This web site does not seem to be working!

The main component is a mercury switch that makes a contact or not, depending on motion. It then activates a flasher.

I really do love the way it works and wonder why there aren't more of them. As most of us tend to slow down with the throttle and not the brake, this gives the vehicles behind you notice that something is happening up ahead. I actually had a car follow me into a gas station and ask me about it. He was following and said that it really kept him alert and he wanted to know where he could buy one for his bike.

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Changes of my GTL:

GT windscreen
GT topcase rack (places the topcase approx 1" forward)
adjusted seat with 1.6" thick, firmer foam
Stebel TM80/2 Magnum dual horns

additional equipment:
- side case liners
- 28 litre R1200RT topcase
- BMW engine bars
- BMW side case protectors
- fog lights
- BMW Navigator IV
- BMW Comm. system
- iPhone cable (not used yet, because of the 'NO USB' issue).

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Hey Dan love your upgrade list. I'm starting mine... I got the Suburban Machinery peg lowering and rode with it this weekend. Love the extra extension on my knees but am dragging the pegs on lots of curves/corners now. I'm thinking about pulling them for normal shorter rides (less than a couple of hours) and reinstalling them for longer trips (like the planned NC to MI later this month). Have you switched back and forth? I'm thinking it might be better just to get a second set of pegs and leave the lowering kit assembled. Any thoughts or experience on this?
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Hey Dan love your upgrade list. I'm starting mine... I got the Suburban Machinery peg lowering and rode with it this weekend. Love the extra extension on my knees but am dragging the pegs on lots of curves/corners now. I'm thinking about pulling them for normal shorter rides (less than a couple of hours) and reinstalling them for longer trips (like the planned NC to MI later this month). Have you switched back and forth? I'm thinking it might be better just to get a second set of pegs and leave the lowering kit assembled. Any thoughts or experience on this?
You just need to change your riding style! :-)

Just kidding.... Unless the scraping is causing a problem, I'd just leave it alone. I can't imagine switching them back and forth. Seems like I remember it was a PITA to install them with the spring.

If you were serious about switching them, maybe a second set of pegs would be a lot easier.

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