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Old 10-24-2012, 07:19 PM   #76
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I have a complete 650RR tourtech kit available for sale, currently on my 2001 BMW. I would sell it as is or part it out.
Contact Tom 916 606-3139 (sacramento area) or sent an email and i would forward some pics. THX
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Old 10-30-2012, 03:40 PM   #77
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Any have any info on fitting a steering damper to these triples?

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Old 10-30-2012, 05:18 PM   #78
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Hi,


I'm about to redo my Dakar. I wanted to get some advice off you guys.

So far I've added:

A radiator guard,
Rear break fluid guard
Chain Guard
Bark busters

I want to add the following:

Foot pegs, I've heard Pivot Pegz mark 3 are good
Some new handle bars (I've bent mine), I don't have enough money for new forks but I'm 5'8 so only a few inches higher than stock would be nice, and much tougher.

Also, I don't have to conform to any emissions standards, I wanted to get some advice about adding a straight through exhaust + silencer (in carbon) and which you would add. I want to keep the noise reasonable though.

I'd be really grateful for some advice.
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Old 10-30-2012, 06:57 PM   #79
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Any have any info on fitting a steering damper to these triples?

Thanks, LoJack

You might want to contact herrhelmet:

http://advrider.com/forums/showthrea...7#post19769427
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Old 11-08-2012, 02:54 PM   #80
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Part out

Guys I started Parting out my Dakar. I have 1 item you guys might want. I mad a rally throttle set up out of a Magura 312 and the Touratech throttle cable that is made for the F650/ 312. I also have a HDB on/off and start control to go with it. Let me know if you are interested. Asking 100 for all three parts.


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Old 12-08-2012, 11:58 PM   #81
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Guys I started Parting out my Dakar. I have 1 item you guys might want. I mad a rally throttle set up out of a Magura 312 and the Touratech throttle cable that is made for the F650/ 312. I also have a HDB on/off and start control to go with it. Let me know if you are interested. Asking 100 for all three parts.

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Old 07-04-2013, 10:27 AM   #82
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just adding another picture

At a guess its Nick plumb

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Old 10-22-2013, 02:42 AM   #83
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Hi guys, after a long time of searching, I have my own F650 RR. It's a TT bike with power commander and some other custom modifications.

http://clear.smugmug.com/Sample-Gall...n/0/L/10-L.jpg
http://clear.smugmug.com/Sample-Gall...8/0/L/13-L.jpg
http://clear.smugmug.com/Sample-Gall...SQ/0/L/3-L.jpg
http://clear.smugmug.com/Sample-Gall...wT/0/L/4-L.jpg
http://clear.smugmug.com/Sample-Gall...Jd/0/L/7-L.jpg
http://clear.smugmug.com/Sample-Gall...k6/0/L/9-L.jpg

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Old 10-22-2013, 04:16 AM   #84
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Very, very clean bike, good find



Let's do the check list of custom modifications we can see:


1.Ohlins steering dampener (got any more detailed pictures of how it's mounted?)

2.HUGE footpegs

3.Low fender (KTM)

4.handelbar risers - higher than the ones that normally came with the Rallye Kit


Everything else not hidden from our eyes (such as: radiator, wheels, swingarm, rear frame, tanks/fairing, airbox, oil tank, exhaust system, suspension) looks stock (either stock BMW or stock Rallye Kit items)?


Now let us know, what other custom modifications are there, hidden underneath ??






By the way, if the handlebar risers are to tall for you,
I have a set of ~30mm ones on my bike - if you want to trade, let me know
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Old 10-22-2013, 05:42 AM   #85
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Indeed a veeery nice bike!!
Looks like it has only been used on-road !
It also has the BIG aluminium bashplate and a higher seat.
You must be a giant!
Why the low frontfender??

Mine also has a steeringdamper on it but I mounted it on top of the handlebar-clamps (does not work properly).
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Old 10-22-2013, 06:36 AM   #86
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I'm already getting annyoed with having to click the links,
so let me help you by embedding the pictures:































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Indeed a veeery nice bike!!
Looks like it has only been used on-road !
It also has the BIG aluminium bashplate and a higher seat.
You must be a giant!
Why the low frontfender??

Mine also has a steeringdamper on it but I mounted it on top of the handlebar-clamps (does not work properly).


1st of all: We want pics of your bike. Now.



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As for the aluminium bashplate, this is actually the one that fits a stock F650GS.
How to spot? It has the cutout for the stock sidestand.



For anyone who is interested in the boring topic of bashplates on the F650RR :

For the Rallye TT had a total of 5 different bashplates available over the time.

One without Tool compartment




The earliest Carbon/Kevlar one with Tool compartment (I scored one of them on ebay last year)
[Fun Fact about the bike: It looks to like one of the 5 "factory" TT Rallyes from the 2002 Dakar, but in reality it is just a replica, it was auctioned off two years ago along with a bunch of other Rallye bikes, some Factory, some replica]




Carbon Kevlar version n2:




and finally Carbon/Kevlar version n3.
First seen on Simon Pavey's bike,
later also exclusively seen on bikes prepared by or with assistance from Touratech UK,
along with a couple other TT UK exclusive modifications.

They used a aluminium base coupled with the carbon/kevlar Tool compartment,
most likely because of the fact that the carbon/kevlar bashplates don't do too well in rocky terrain (don't ask how I know).




Other than that there were a couple (only slightly different) aluminium ones.


There are three more versions of carbon/kevlar bashplates,
one is basically the same as the Rallye without tool compartment, just that this one has an additional cutout for the stock sidestand, the other two are the Oryx Enduro and the Oryx Supermoto versions.




Note to self: Stop being obsessed with F650GS Rallye/Enduro bikes.

Honestly, though, if anyone is interested in a more detailed write-up about differences in the F650RR versions,
how to spot them and who is responsible for the different versions,
let me know and I will write down all the details I figured out by now, might take a while, though.
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Old 10-22-2013, 08:46 AM   #87
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Sorry but I donot have the ability to attach pictures so i have to give some links for the photos.
So, Toby very good guess, those are the custom made parts plus this bridge for the 48s front forks.
http://clear.smugmug.com/Sample-Gall...DSC_0099-L.jpg
http://clear.smugmug.com/Sample-Gall...DSC_0097-L.jpg
http://clear.smugmug.com/Sample-Gall...DSC_0098-L.jpg

and for the damper
http://clear.smugmug.com/Sample-Gall...DSC_0094-L.jpg
http://clear.smugmug.com/Sample-Gall...DSC_0095-L.jpg
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Old 10-22-2013, 08:51 AM   #88
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As for the on-road use. I had to put the flashes, the mirrrors and the tyres to get a legal approvement for the greek TUV.
The front low fender is for steering stability and my height is 1.84, so I am not so ''giant''
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Old 10-22-2013, 02:30 PM   #89
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1st of all: We want pics of your bike. Now.
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Just counted.. There are 37 pics of my bike in this thread allready.


But if you mean pics of the steeringdamper setup, I can make some more.
Thing is that picasa does not seem to work with the image insert..
Or maybe I'm not patient enough



Bikepics same result..
Maybe I should get a smugmug account?
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Old 10-22-2013, 02:41 PM   #90
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You can see some pics of the bike here
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