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    Quote Originally Posted by Steptoe View Post
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    And the bike still has only 1050 miles living pampered and warm in my garage. .
    with only the mice and birds to keep it company.......

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    Many thanks for all information .
    I contacted Tony archer today about having a seat recovered which appears to be best option at the moment. The bike came with a Kahedo low seat, which is in excellent condition but a bit low for me as I am 6'8'' tall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twizzle View Post
    with only the mice and birds to keep it company.......
    It's in my storage unit, along with my Guzzi T3 Cali, Honda Monkey bike, 1970's Honda XL250 and a few old airheads..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steptoe View Post
    It's in my storage unit, along with my Guzzi T3 Cali, Honda Monkey bike, 1970's Honda XL250 and a few old airheads..
    Hope that XL is the silver and maroon model;

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    Quote Originally Posted by snelly View Post
    Hope that XL is the silver and maroon model;
    Red and White.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steptoe View Post
    Red and White.
    Same motor as the rs. Good little lumps with regular oil changes. It was the motor sports edition i was thinking of with the black high level exhaust similar to the ts 250 suzuki

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob G View Post
    Many thanks for all information .
    I contacted Tony archer today about having a seat recovered which appears to be best option at the moment. The bike came with a Kahedo low seat, which is in excellent condition but a bit low for me as I am 6'8'' tall.
    Hi Bob G,

    Nothing coming through from BMW so Tony looks to be the best option. Hope all goes well and let me know if there is anything I can do for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twizzle View Post
    with only the mice and birds to keep it company.......
    Bats - you forgot the bats. I wonder if insurance covers rodent damage?

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