'Outlaw Taxi'

1999 BMW K1200RS

Owner - Jerry Ferguson, Gilbert AZ

BMW stuff for sale here

Current Modifications/additions:

  • Ohlins shocks front/rear

  • Remus Titanium exhaust

  • Rhine West chip

  • Gloss black powder painted wheels

  • Wunderlich rear wheel hub

  • Matt black powder painted forks & accents

  • Halogen driving lights

  • K&N air filter

  • BMW K1200GT stock seat (heated)

  • Pyramid carbon fiber rear hugger (from Pirate's Lair)

  • Pirate's Lair carbon fiber front fender

  • Custom rear fender section modification w/license plate bracket

  • Sargent Cycle stealth backrest (for touring w/wifey - not pictured)

  • ZTechnik carbon dash surround

  • ZTechnik carbon tank protector (from Pirate's Lair)

  • ZTechnik dark tinted shorty windshield

  • Throttlemeister cruise control

  • BMW K1200RS 2002 model mirrors

  • Clear rear turn signal cover kit (K1200GT type)

  • Pirate's Lair lower cowling screen

  • Rear turn signal Light Buddy's

  • Metzler MEZ4 radials, 120/70 front - 180/55 rear

  • 100W PIAA low-beam bulb (no wiring mods - works fine so far)

  • BMW 5.5" rear wheel

  • BMW K1200RS late-model bar risers

  • BMW heated grips

  • BMW luggage rack (black powder painted)

  • BMW hard bags - standard and city lids (for touring - not pictured)

  • BMW tank bag w/electrification (for touring - not pictured)

  • BMW comfort windshield (for touring - not pictured)

  • BMW top case (doesn't work with the Stealth backrest piece in place)

Dyno chart showing 120.7RWHP and 80.1 Ft. lbs. of torque with Remus exhaust, Rhine West chip, and K&N air filter installed


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    Dirty under-fender shows the fabricated plastic piece that protects the rear underneath area.

 

  The ZTechnik stuff is top-notch, though a bit pricy.

 

 
This pic shows the modified tail section. Careful Dremel tool cutting with a special plastic cutting bit - took about 3 hours to get it right. I bought a spare tail section I was able to mill off about 3/8 inch of the mounting spacers to position the hugger farther to the left of the bike and center it  over the wider 5.5" rear wheel.

 

Next major purchase will be the Verholen R1100RS type fairing-mount mirrors, maybe...  I've been looking at other manufacturers bikes and trying to decide if there is a better fit for the K12, like something in CF!

 

   
  Front CF fender from Pirate's is a good match for the rear hugger I got from him. Guess it's a collectors item now that they aren't available any more...  

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