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Thread: 2015 R1200GSA - Maintenance Intervals

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    Dave Nicholls 105258's Avatar
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    2015 R1200GSA - Maintenance Intervals

    Just bought a new 1200GSA and my dealer is playing the must bring it here for service card. Anyone know the service intervals for;

    - changing rear gear oil
    - valve inspection/adjustment
    - does the engine need to be sync'd as the old version ?
    - the check sheet he gave me after the break-in service shows changing the transmission oil - doesn't make sense as I assumed the trans is lubricated with the engine oil ?

    Anyone have any answers to these questions ?
    Dave Nicholls
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    2010 1200RT

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    Congrats on the new bike
    Try the folks at ASCycles for that- http://www.ascycles.com/bmw_motorcyc...schedules.aspx
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    Maintenance Charts

    Thanks for the info, exactly what I need.......
    Dave Nicholls
    Teulon Manitoba - Canada

    2010 1200RT

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    2013 R1200 GS Loaner…

    I have a borrowed 2013 R1200 GS LC.
    Can anyone please tell me what are the recommended tire pressures are?

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    Fortis Fortuna Adiuvat Omega Man's Avatar
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    Welcome to the forum!
    Check the neck of the frame, there should be a tag with the VIN, pressures and related.
    Good luck.
    Gary
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    "Must bring it here..." - Hogwash. In the USA, at least, dunno about up there, eh.

    Let them do the first service, to catch any gripes or assembly goofs/software updates/etc., but as long as you keep all the receipts for oil, filters, etc. (I use a spiral-bound notebook), you should be covered "legally".

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