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Offline Sandvreter

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Re: Accelerator Module on a R1200GS
« Reply #40 on: May 21, 2015, 07:15:49 am »
Hi JR

Can you please mail me a price for a 05 1200gs 

Thanks!

Same here, please email me price shipped to Jo-burg though, same bike.
Guys who have done the mod in the meantime since buying it, any comments good/bad?
My bike is de-catted with BCM filter and van der Linde zorst, so lets see what it does. Affecting the RPM I do not see that being possible as a gear ratio is fixed, but since doing the other mods I find my bike very jerky on low rpm but highly responsive.
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Re: Accelerator Module on a R1200GS
« Reply #41 on: May 21, 2015, 07:56:20 am »
Hi JR

Can you please mail me a price for a 08 1200GSA and delivery to Kempton Park

Thanks!
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Re: Accelerator Module on a R1200GS
« Reply #42 on: May 21, 2015, 08:03:59 am »
JR

Also want price. Bike is 2007 and de-catted, plus shipping to Centurion please.
 

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Re: Accelerator Module on a R1200GS
« Reply #43 on: May 21, 2015, 03:30:54 pm »
PMs sent. Jerkiness at low rpm is definitively because of a lean mixture. Decatting and less restricted filters mean that the bike is running even leaner than before. A richer mixture is a must. The AM will improve the jerkiness.
Richer mixtures also prevent overheating and prolong the lives of the motors.
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Re: Accelerator Module on a R1200GS
« Reply #44 on: May 31, 2015, 09:00:16 pm »
Naand se

Stuur maar asb vir my ook n prys , afgelewer in Rustenburg......

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Re: Accelerator Module on a R1200GS
« Reply #45 on: May 31, 2015, 11:12:41 pm »
Can someone just post the price for us on this thread please.... ::).  (we won't sue if it is not exact!! )
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Re: Accelerator Module on a R1200GS
« Reply #46 on: June 02, 2015, 06:35:39 am »
What is the difference on fuel  consumption. Before and after. :sip:
 

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Re: Accelerator Module on a R1200GS
« Reply #47 on: June 02, 2015, 10:08:20 am »
What is the difference on fuel  consumption. Before and after. :sip:
Motorcycle consumer news tested the AM and Boosterplug on a F650GS twin:

"1800 mile test of each product vs stock revealed a surprising +9%mpg for the Booster Plug and almost +11%mpg for the Accelerator Module, (that's a total of 5,400 miles)."

I haven't had this level of report back from 1200 riders - maybe someone can comment?
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Re: Accelerator Module on a R1200GS
« Reply #48 on: June 02, 2015, 10:08:39 am »
Can someone just post the price for us on this thread please.... ::).  (we won't sue if it is not exact!! )
PM sent.
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Re: Accelerator Module on a R1200GS
« Reply #49 on: June 02, 2015, 11:34:56 am »
Can someone just post the price for us on this thread please.... ::).  (we won't sue if it is not exact!! )
PM sent.

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Re: Accelerator Module on a R1200GS
« Reply #50 on: June 02, 2015, 12:02:57 pm »
Can someone just post the price for us on this thread please.... ::).  (we won't sue if it is not exact!! )
PM sent.

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Re: Accelerator Module on a R1200GS
« Reply #51 on: June 02, 2015, 12:09:41 pm »
Jacob is Super sharp met sy replies.  Ek self het all twee (?) keer gevra.  Sal seker weer eendag.  Ek stel belang, maar die 'advertensie' verloor sy krag agv die 'secret'

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Re: Accelerator Module on a R1200GS
« Reply #52 on: June 02, 2015, 05:09:09 pm »
Prys op die AM7 is R1180 vir nou (afhangende van wisselkoers en volgende bestelling). Ek adverteer graag die prys, maar dit het altyd 'n manier om jou in die gat te byt. Dis maar al :3some:.
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Re: Accelerator Module on a R1200GS
« Reply #53 on: August 21, 2015, 08:26:42 pm »
I've had the AM for 65k km installed on my 2010 GS. Bike has now done 73k km. Very happy with it. My average fuel consumption is 21.2km/l from day one to date. Problem is you get used to it and must remove it to remind you why you installed it in the first place


 

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Re: Accelerator Module on a R1200GS
« Reply #54 on: August 25, 2015, 08:59:21 am »
Thanks for the feedback Tjoek. I rode other bikes for two weeks and am now back on my F800GS. I am still thankful for the difference. The F800 can now chug along between 2 and 4000rpm with the go when needed.
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Re: Accelerator Module on a R1200GS
« Reply #55 on: August 25, 2015, 11:06:21 am »


I haven't ridden my bike for a while and the snatchyness sucked.  I think it is time.  Is the price still valid?
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Re: Accelerator Module on a R1200GS
« Reply #56 on: August 27, 2015, 05:18:36 pm »
Yip. Still at old prices - I have not been exposed to the new exchange rates yet.
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Re: Accelerator Module on a R1200GS
« Reply #57 on: September 03, 2015, 06:02:20 pm »
Roodt het my vanmiddag gehelp om die AM te monteer.  15 minute se gesels en 5 minute se werk.

Ek is 'n ewige skeptic, maar was gatvol van die surging op my bike.  Ek ry deesdae so min, dat die snatchyness my vang op die slegste tye.  Veral met 'n pillion.  Daai aan / af gevoel wat jou gewrigte sommer pluk.  Op pad na Tableview het ek lekker in die stadige verkeer die kans gehad om nou presies te konsentreer op hoe snatchy die bike nou regtig is.  Geld was klaar betaal en ek het gehoop ek voel darem iets beter.

Enter die AM.  

Spitsverkeer op Blouberg weg, Koeberg weg, deur Killarney, oor die N7 en my shortcut deur die veld Richwood toe.  

Daar was geen geruk aan my gewrigte nie.  Die naaste wat ek dit kan beskryf is asof ek ewe skielik 'n flippen lekker nuwe cush hub gekry het. (* As daar een beskikbaar was, sou ek lankal $$$$$ gespandeer het op een  ;D *)

Meer krag - Definitief!!  Ek het my gewone gear changes op die N7 gedoen en moes adapt om kleiner throttle openings te gebruik.  Nie as gevolg van surging nie, maar minder is nou beter.  Geen idee hoe dit petrol gebruik gaan beinvloed nie, maar dit is 'n kleinigheidjie in vergelyking met die verbeteringe.  Ek sal dit dophou.

Minder back firing.  Daai pop, pop, pop as jy die throttle toemaak is weg.  Dit het my nooit regtig gepla nie, maar dit kan net goed wees vir die exhaust.

As 'n tegniese persoon, glo ek dat die vloeibaarheid van die fiets ook die ratkas en die final drive gaan bevoordeel.

Wow.  Wat anders kan ek se?  Die ding werk!

Die skeptic in my wil nog sien of die BMW software die AM oor tyd gaan verslaan, maar selfs as dit gebeur leer ek die bike net weer die gewone sensor vir 'n tydjie.

Ek het lanklaas die lus gehad om 'n produk so te prys.

Edit:  Baie dankie Roodt!!! :thumleft: :ricky:
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Re: Accelerator Module on a R1200GS
« Reply #58 on: September 05, 2015, 06:46:44 am »
As jy ry soos normal sal petrolverbruik dieselfde bly of effe beter wees.

Onthou, alhoewel die mengsel meer petrol bevat gebruik minder van die totale mengsel.
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Re: Accelerator Module on a R1200GS
« Reply #59 on: September 08, 2015, 06:53:46 pm »
Roodt het my vanmiddag gehelp om die AM te monteer.  15 minute se gesels en 5 minute se werk.

Ek is 'n ewige skeptic, maar was gatvol van die surging op my bike.  Ek ry deesdae so min, dat die snatchyness my vang op die slegste tye.  Veral met 'n pillion.  Daai aan / af gevoel wat jou gewrigte sommer pluk.  Op pad na Tableview het ek lekker in die stadige verkeer die kans gehad om nou presies te konsentreer op hoe snatchy die bike nou regtig is.  Geld was klaar betaal en ek het gehoop ek voel darem iets beter.

Enter die AM.  

Spitsverkeer op Blouberg weg, Koeberg weg, deur Killarney, oor die N7 en my shortcut deur die veld Richwood toe.  

Daar was geen geruk aan my gewrigte nie.  Die naaste wat ek dit kan beskryf is asof ek ewe skielik 'n flippen lekker nuwe cush hub gekry het. (* As daar een beskikbaar was, sou ek lankal $$$$$ gespandeer het op een  ;D *)

Meer krag - Definitief!!  Ek het my gewone gear changes op die N7 gedoen en moes adapt om kleiner throttle openings te gebruik.  Nie as gevolg van surging nie, maar minder is nou beter.  Geen idee hoe dit petrol gebruik gaan beinvloed nie, maar dit is 'n kleinigheidjie in vergelyking met die verbeteringe.  Ek sal dit dophou.

Minder back firing.  Daai pop, pop, pop as jy die throttle toemaak is weg.  Dit het my nooit regtig gepla nie, maar dit kan net goed wees vir die exhaust.

As 'n tegniese persoon, glo ek dat die vloeibaarheid van die fiets ook die ratkas en die final drive gaan bevoordeel.

Wow.  Wat anders kan ek se?  Die ding werk!

Die skeptic in my wil nog sien of die BMW software die AM oor tyd gaan verslaan, maar selfs as dit gebeur leer ek die bike net weer die gewone sensor vir 'n tydjie.

Ek het lanklaas die lus gehad om 'n produk so te prys.

Edit:  Baie dankie Roodt!!! :thumleft: :ricky:

Dankie Katana. Jy sÍ presies wat ek wou sÍ.  Die AM het my F800GS verander, en jy sÍ wat omtrent elke ander persoon sÍ - dat sy fiets beter en gladder loop. Soos ek sÍ, ek kan nie stilbly oor goeie nuus nie. Lekker ry.
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