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Old 07-30-2010, 07:50 PM   #1
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G650X Non-BMW Parts Spreadsheet

There is quite a lot of information on the web on how to get non-BMW parts for routine servicing and maintenance. This is great for avoiding getting ripped off by BMW, but you do have to trowel through a lot of posts to find them.
I started to pull together a spreadsheet to capture it all, but there's plenty of gaps and possibly some errors. So, I was thinking, would it be possible to pull this together as a combined effort using this forum. Ive pasted my spreadsheet straight into this post below, but of course the column formatting isn't retained. It doesnt seem possible to attach a spreadsheet here either? Maybe something other then XLS?

Any thoughts people? Good idea, stupid idea, cant be done, already done?

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G650X Maintenance Parts
Item Quantity Specification Brand Part No. Also Fits
Oil 2.3L 10W40
Pour in 1L, run 10sec, pour in 1L, run 30sec, pour in 0.3L run until fan on +1min, check level
Oil Filters K&N KN 151
HiFLo HF151
Delo #7
Champion X305
Front Brake Pads EBC FA209/2 KTM 640ADV
NON-sintered Lucas MCB 671
Ferodo FDB2006
SBS 674
Rear Brake Pads EBC FA213 KTM 640ADV
NON-sintered Lucas MCB 672 LF
Ferodo FDB2005
SBS 675
Front Wheel Bearings 2 20x42x12mm SKF 60042RSH
Front Seals 2 25x42x7mm R23
Rear Wheel Bearings 2 20x42x12mm SKF 60042RSH
Sprocket Hub Bearings 2 25x47x12mm SKF 60052RSH
Rear Seals 1 32x47x7mm R23
1 32x42x7mm R23
Steering Head Bearings 2 28x52x16mm SKF 32028XQ
Front Sprocket 15t F650 Dakar
Rear Sprocket 47t Husquvarna te
Fork Seals 2 45x58x11
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Old 07-31-2010, 04:58 AM   #2
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Great idea, unfortunately I cant contribute as I haven't had my XC long enough but I will definitely make use of all your work, thanks.
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Old 07-31-2010, 06:08 AM   #3
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Thanks tinnman

If anyone has any other parts info, Im happy to collect here, combine into my spreadsheet & email back

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Great idea, unfortunately I cant contribute as I haven't had my XC long enough but I will definitely make use of all your work, thanks.
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Old 07-31-2010, 09:43 AM   #4
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There is a similar thread over on UKGSer:

http://www.ukgser.com/forums/showthread.php?t=209377

Here is some of the data from that thread:

WHEEL BEARINGS
Bearings Front: 2 x 20x42x12mm. SKF 60042RSH
Bearings Rear: 2 x 20x42x12mm. SKF 60042RSH
Bearings Drive Hub: 2 x 25x47x12mm SKF 60052RSH

WHEEL SEALS
Seals Front: 2 x 25x42x7mm R23
Seals Rear: 1 x 32x47x7mm R23 + 1 x 32x42x7mm R23

FORK SEALS
45x58x11

OIL FILTERS
K&N: KN151
HiFlo: HF151
Delo: #7
Champion: X305

SPARK PLUGS
NGK DR8EB
NGK DR8EIX
distance 0.6-0.7mm

BRAKE PADS
Front:
EBC FA209/2
LUCAS/TRW MCB 671
Ferodo FDB2006
SBS 674
Rear:
EBC FA213
Lucas/TRW MCB 672 LF
Ferodo FDB2005
SBS 675

HEAD BEARINGS
28x52x16mm

SWINGARM ROLLER BEARINGS
NEEDLE BEARING,
LEFT - 25X32X26 - HK2526 - open on both sides
RIGHT - 30X37X26 - BK3026 - closed on one side
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Old 07-31-2010, 06:02 PM   #5
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Thanks Motoreiter

So what's still missing?

- alternate source for rear sprocket
- Sump plug crush washer specification
- Oil filter cover O-ring specification
- Fuel pump replacement options
- ???
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Old 07-31-2010, 10:16 PM   #6
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You should also include Stefan Sheffelmeier's stuff:
http://www.scheffelmeier-metall.de/

In particular he has front and rear sprockets and stainless steel spacers (to replace the OEM aluminum ones).
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Old 07-31-2010, 10:52 PM   #7
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Yep, I'll add that

What size radiator hose is it?

Specification/brand for the heat resistant hose that has been discussed previously? (due to close proximity to header pipe

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You should also include Stefan Sheffelmeier's stuff:
http://www.scheffelmeier-metall.de/

In particular he has front and rear sprockets and stainless steel spacers (to replace the OEM aluminum ones).
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In Australia"Chain gang" make front and rear sprockets for the xc. I have both on at the moment in the standard 15/47 combo. I havent had them for long enough to vouch for them but others have had a good run and reckon twice the life of oem rear sprockets.
http://www.chaingangchainsandsprockets.com.au/
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Old 08-01-2010, 06:19 AM   #9
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Interesting, I just ordered sprockets and chain from Stefan for about $230 delivered. BMW quoted about $380
I presume Chaingang will be somewhere in the middle?

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In Australia"Chain gang" make front and rear sprockets for the xc. I have both on at the moment in the standard 15/47 combo. I havent had them for long enough to vouch for them but others have had a good run and reckon twice the life of oem rear sprockets.
http://www.chaingangchainsandsprockets.com.au/
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Old 08-04-2010, 11:39 PM   #10
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both sets of brakepads are the same as yamaha xt 660r
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Old 08-05-2010, 06:43 AM   #11
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both sets of brakepads are the same as yamaha xt 660r
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Anyone have volume & type of radiator fluid (Hope thats not a really stupid question?)?
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Old 08-05-2010, 07:28 AM   #12
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The shifting lever from a Yamaha WR400/450F fits perfectly (and stands a bit wider from the engine case).

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Old 08-05-2010, 07:29 AM   #13
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Ok, I've updated my spreadsheet and would welcome your assistance in improving it. Anyone interested, pm me with your email and I'll send it on
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JT is a brand that makes generic spares that a lot of bike shops in OZ stock. they make replacement steel sprockets which are a third of the cost of the bimmer ones.
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JT is a brand that makes generic spares that a lot of bike shops in OZ stock. they make replacement steel sprockets which are a third of the cost of the bimmer ones.
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Anyone got the measurements for replacement sump plug washers & filter cover o-rings?
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