BMW GS 1150 ADV

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Re: BMW GS 1150 ADV

Post by johnnyboxer » Sat Jan 19, 2013 6:58 pm

MarkN wrote:
Orsoncarts wrote:Now hold on lads, I have the 1200 adv as well and I'm not sure which one to get rid off as it is....you got me thinking again now....!!!! :unsure:
Steve
If I had both I know which one I'd keep....... :whistle:
Me too and it wouldn't be the bike in Post 1
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Re: BMW GS 1150 ADV

Post by macvisual » Sat Jan 19, 2013 8:25 pm

Keep the 2004 model = result!
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Re: BMW GS 1150 ADV

Post by andymac » Sat Jan 19, 2013 8:41 pm

Keep it :whistle:
work hard,,,,,,,,,,,play harder !!

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Re: BMW GS 1150 ADV

Post by Norrie77 » Sat Jan 19, 2013 9:09 pm

Orsoncart KEEP it best of the lot they are, had one awhile back but due to
Being unable to sell a R1150Rs I had at the time had to move it on and as
MacVisual has said they handle well and haven't had the problems the1200's
Have had

And please I don't want a slanging match between 1150 owners and 1200 owners
As has occurred on other Forums :whistle:
0 - 60 in as long as it takes

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BMW GS 1150 ADV

Post by johnnyboxer » Sun Jan 20, 2013 7:03 am

Norrie77 wrote:Orsoncart KEEP it best of the lot they are, had one awhile back but due to
Being unable to sell a R1150Rs I had at the time had to move it on and as
MacVisual has said they handle well and haven't had the problems the1200's
Have had

And please I don't want a slanging match between 1150 owners and 1200 owners
As has occurred on other Forums :whistle:
He's right, keep it

Love mine, that's why I have a brace of them :)
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Re: BMW GS 1150 ADV

Post by Browndog » Sun Jan 20, 2013 8:31 am

Alright Steve

Great looking bike mate, I can see why you bought it.

Hope it gets snapped up soon.

Now only if Land Rover made a motorcycle, all your problems would be sorted B)

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Re: BMW GS 1150 ADV

Post by big al » Sun Jan 20, 2013 12:21 pm

For what's its worth Carts keep the 1150. It's a far better,nicer looking easy bike to work on,solid reliable piece of Gs1150 charismatic and wonderful hand built german engineering.


In a word or two its better built that any 1200 your ever likely to own or ride.
But I am a tad biased.
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Re: BMW GS 1150 ADV

Post by Peejay » Sun Jan 20, 2013 2:56 pm

I had the 1150GSA the same as yours Steve, sold it when I bought my 12GSA.

They are both great bikes and if I was in your position I know what to keep.........

Both of em!

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Re: BMW GS 1150 ADV

Post by Desmo16 » Thu Jan 24, 2013 6:37 am

Hi Steve,

You have PM.


Cheers

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