To save engine, water pump and tank if I should drop the bike. I bought the version with a support bar across the two sides to make it more stable than the original KTM crashbar. But it’s a bit harder to install.
GPS, Gipro gear indicator, Scottoiler, and obviously the original dashboard. The Gipro is flashibg an “L” to indicate it is not yet properly programmed.
To let you slide it into the holder and lock it so no one is stealing your GPS.
In the middle of the handling bar with a nice cover to use when the GPS is not installed. Definitely one of the best GPS installations I have seen.
I was tempted by a KTM SMT 990, and the space in my garage is limited, so after five years it’s time for the BMW F800S to continue to a new owner. If you browse through the BMW F800S section on this site, you will see that my BMW is rather special, so I bought the […]
Permanently installed on the brake caliper. Only thing to carry in your pocket is the locking pin which is inserted in the lock to secure your bike. Great piece of gear
Subframe wrapped to avoid scratches and ready for welding. Bike looks a bit amputated without the subframe.
The 2009 and 2010 version of the SMT have a weak spot where the lower strut ends and can break if the luggage rack it heavily loaded. The subframe was reinforced from 2011 and up. So I decided to do the reinforcements myself to avoid trouble on the road.
To accomodate the Scottoiler panel and the Gipro gear indicator. It took some time to figure out, but I’m really happy with the result.
I bought the new electrically operated version to avoid the changes in flowrate that is unavoidable on the vacuum operated version, due to changes in viscosity when the temperature changes.