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      First, I would like to welcome everyone to this BMW R1200RT board.

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Yesterday at 11:43 by Irish_Kid | Views: 102 | Comments: 3

Hi All

Bit of an intro. I am new to the forum been around bikes for 10years plus and am a firm believer of DIY maintenance ! Bought a K26 2011 (50K KM) last March 2021 with the bike coming with a full ''dealer service history'' to sa...
2021-12-03 17:43:56 by mondeoman
Views: 217 | Comments: 6

Does anyone know how to remove the rear panel, arrowed in yellow,ila_rendered
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cannot find any posts on here or any y/tube vids.
Any help appreciated
2021-12-02 05:33:18 by David.
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Excluding Li-ion, there are Wet Flooded, AGM and GEL type batteries for RT's. OEM fit for both Hexheads and Camheads is a GEL type battery. From what I've read elsewhere, GEL batteries typically have a very low discharge rate, as low as 0.75v in 6 mo...
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