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    My GS, Just finished (almost)

    I thought I would post a picture of my slightly modifed 82 R100RS
    There are more pictures at my Smugmug account here:
    http://munsty.smugmug.com/gallery/1229546
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    Still Wondering mika's Avatar
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    Very nice. I enjoyed the smugmug tour greatly.

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    that is very cool.

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    Very nice set up!
    Looks like you did quite a bit of work there Getting the bike set up with a roadbook and all. Riding rallies???

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    Nice!

    Curious who made the swingarm? I've ridden GS's all over the dirt, through the years and yours looks like a treat to ride. How about the tank? I've got an old R100, too and it would be fun to mess with like this.

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    Wow! Nice job. This GS looks like some of the high zoot bikes seen on the HPN website.

    http://www.hpn.de/english/motorraeder.html

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    Has the GS-Lust The_Veg's Avatar
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    Cool! I saw this bike in somebody's pictures over on Boxerworks that they took at Irv Seaver's open house and I wondered about it. Thanks for such a serendipitous post!
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    that IS cool! Looks like a 9 gal PD tank but with that seat...I dunno if I'd be fit enough to handle a very long ride. Perhaps its a prototype?!

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    I like to see bikes that are customized by owners to their own personal tastes, and thinking outside the box. Nice work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robsmoto
    Wow! Nice job. This GS looks like some of the high zoot bikes seen on the HPN website.

    http://www.hpn.de/english/motorraeder.html
    HPN...alles in ordnung!
    '99 R1100S - Can't understand why so few are riding the "S" model BMWs...

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    Final weight of the GS

    I just weighed the GS.......final weight without fuel, but ready to ride otherwise, 416 lbs

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    slightly modified!?!?!?!?!!!! that bike is awesome!!!

    i love the air filter setup, nice to see you retaining the dual rear shock setup, very original, very cool!!!!!!!!!!

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    Cars in the background. Looks like a 507, a racing version CSL, a Ferrari P3/P4, a 30's Ford street rod. Care to tell us about the cars in the shop.

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    Back to the future...

    I can't see it in the pics very well, but what is the flux capacitor looking thing at the base of the handle bars below the gps?

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