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#742283 - 11/19/11 10:07 PM Re: Archive for Hexheads Maintenance & Parts Data [Re: bigfoot83]  
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Originally Posted By: bigfoot83
All you need is the two horns (61 33 8 381 271, 61 33 7 655 882) from the '05, one screw (46 71 7 675 209), and one of the cage nuts (61 33 1 459 545).


Part number for cage nut has been superceded

61 33 1 459 545 is now 61 33 2 346 555

Thread here for performing this retrofit with great photos is
http://bmwsporttouring.com/ubbthreads/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=608846&page=1


Kent Christensen
Albuquerque
'12 R1200RT, '02 R1100S, '84 R80G/S
#744607 - 12/01/11 07:34 PM Re: Archive for Hexheads Maintenance & Parts Data [Re: lkchris]  
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It certainly seems to me that converting the pancake horn to the ram's horn version calls for removing the bracket that turns the former 90 degrees. The microfice shows this only for the pancake horn and not on the fiche for the dual horns. When doing this, one then has a spare cage nut and screw and need not order them. Comments?



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Kent Christensen
Albuquerque
'12 R1200RT, '02 R1100S, '84 R80G/S
#753768 - 01/16/12 08:24 PM Re: Archive for Hexheads Maintenance & Parts Data [Re: Ken H.]  
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WIX oil filter #57936 (for R1200RT 05 & 06, not sure about the other years)

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#783458 - 06/12/12 10:32 PM Re: Archive for Hexheads Maintenance & Parts Data [Re: PlaneGeek]  
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Originally Posted By: PlaneGeek
Originally Posted By: PlaneGeek
Here is the BMW Part number for the air filter: 13 71 7 672 552

Enjoy,

Jeff


Do we want this up on the front page? Also, has anyone found any after market air filters?


Mann C1635 Air filter for 2008 RT..not sure of other years

http://www.filterspro.com/detail.cfm?part=509119

Ron


2000 LTC 90600 miles KIA (new)
2003 LTE 164188 miles Silver (Purchased with 1687)
2008 R1200RT 176196 miles (Purchased with 16458)
2017 R1200RT 27889 miles (new)
Total BMW miles 440,728


#812841 - 12/10/12 04:19 PM Re: Archive for Hexheads Maintenance & Parts Data [Re: Ken H.]  
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Sorry to make a long thread longer, but is it feasible to add in torque specs (and even the Torx bit sizes) for the various bolts?
I've had to do quite a bit of searching to find that the brake caliper bolts take 30 Nm (22 lb-ft). An easy pad replacement has now taken twice as long.
As this info is a big part of maintenance, I thought it might prove useful. Just asking.

Found some good info here:
http://www.motorcycleinfo.co.uk/index.cfm?fa=contentGeneric.obxaszqugbllbuna&pageId=95176
And here:
http://www.bmwlt.com/forums/showthread.php?t=45563

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#845790 - 08/08/13 08:20 PM Re: Archive for Hexheads Maintenance & Parts Data [Re: Fubar]  
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FYI, since there are multiple spark plugs listed, you can go to NGK, and read about them. I think one of the big variables is temp. There are 8 and 7 temps listed on this maintence list, and you can take this into consideration when replacing your plugs. http://ngksparkplugs.com/tech_support/spark_plugs/faqs/faqcode.asp?mode=nml

#901558 - 08/29/14 05:11 AM Re: Archive for Hexheads Maintenance & Parts Data [Re: Ken H.]  
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From this thread spark plugs

, DirtRider says My personal favorite---

A bit closer to the production BMW NGK spark plugs are the NGK DCPR8EKP, those are very similar to the stock dual electrode plugs only with a bit different (& better according to my NGK rep) electrodes. Same heat range & same thread exposure. The NGK DCPR8EKP are quite a bit cheaper than the OEM NGK DCPR8EKC as you don't need to buy through the BMW dealer.


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#903296 - 09/09/14 08:58 PM Re: Archive for Hexheads Maintenance & Parts Data [Re: Ken H.]  
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Originally Posted By: Ken H.

Crush Washers
18 x 22 x 1.5 mm (transmission fill and drain)- 07 11 9 963 300


This is not correct. I just changed the tranny fluid in my '07 RT and the fill and drain holes are a different size...

Drain:
07 11 9 963 200 GASKET RING - A14X18

Fill:
07 11 9 963 300 GASKET RING - A18X22


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#975661 - 11/28/16 11:23 PM Re: Archive for Hexheads Maintenance & Parts Data [Re: Tapatio]  
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Hola Tapatio, for replacing the batteries for the DWA message, is there a way that you can post some pictures pointing at the areas where is this so called alarm box is located??

Thanks!!

#976081 - 12/07/16 08:25 PM Re: Archive for Hexheads Maintenance & Parts Data [Re: markgoodrich]  
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Here is a quick, easy and inexpensive way to make a tool to remove/replace the front axle on a hexhead RT.

1) At any hardware store, buy a 2" long bolt with a 7/8" head size and two nuts.

2) Tighten the 2 nuts against each other on the end of the bolt and you have your tool.

With the 2 nuts inserted into the axle and the bolt head sticking out, you can apply your torque wrench on the bolt head. Bingo!


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2006 R1200RT
2009 KLR 650
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