RT Models since 1978

General discussion of the BMW R 1200/1250RT

What RT Model(s) have you got or owned?

1978 - 84 R 100 RT
2
5%
1984 - 1995 R 80 RT
2
5%
1987 - 1996 R 100 RT
2
5%
1995 - 2001 R 1100 RT
2
5%
2001 - 2005 R 1150 RT
2
5%
2005 - 2009 R 1200 RT (Hexhead)
5
11%
2010 - 2013 R 1200 RT (Camhead)
1
2%
2014 - 2018 R 1200 RT (Wethead)
13
30%
2019 - 2020 R 1250 RT (Shifthead)
11
25%
2021 - To Date R 1250 RT (TFT)
4
9%
 
Total votes: 44

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Re: RT Models since 1978

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I've owned a 1983 K100RS (stolen and burnt), a 2000 R850RTP and my current 2005 R1200RT.
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Re: RT Models since 1978

Post by bandytales »

However, what does this poll tell us?
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Re: RT Models since 1978

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David. wrote:Which RT's have you had or got?
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Re: RT Models since 1978

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Some issues with the listing! My first RT (and best engine) was a K75RT but it was not an option to choose. I have also owned a 2015 and 2018 R1200RT but could not put "2" against that option. - Just saying!!
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Re: RT Models since 1978

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TJRL wrote: Some issues with the listing! My first RT (and best engine) was a K75RT but it was not an option to choose. I have also owned a 2015 and 2018 R1200RT but could not put "2" against that option. - Just saying!!

I think, and percieved that the list meant R....RT. So a boxer related question.
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Re: RT Models since 1978

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Years - Model - Votes
1978 - 84 R 100 RT - 8 (3.8%)
1984 - 1995 R 80 RT -12 (5.8%)
1987 - 1996 R 100 RT - 7 (3.4%)
1995 - 2001 R 1100 RT - 13 (6.3%)
2001 - 2005 R 1150 RT - 14 (6.7%)
2005 - 2009 R 1200 RT (Hexhead) - 44 (21.2%)
2010 - 2013 R 1200 RT (Camhead) - 45 (21.6%)
2014 - 2018 R 1200 RT (Wethead) - 64 (30.8%)
2019 - 2020 R 1250 RT (Shifthead) - 1 (0.5%)

This poll is now 6 years old, the votes have all been reset to zero.
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Re: RT Models since 1978

Post by Steve398 »

I've ticked two on the list but also had an R450 and an R650, but can't remember the reg nos.
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Re: RT Models since 1978

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Steve398 wrote: I've ticked two on the list but also had an R45 and an R65, but can't remember the reg. nos.
Fixed the model numbers
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Re: RT Models since 1978

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The 1923 R32 looks like a futuristic prototype, tho' made almost 100 yrs ago.  Image
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