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Seite 1 -   

      

Seite 3 - Welcome to BMW

pressed together to the extentthat they cannot be slipped backover the brake disc on reas-sembly.Do not operate the handbrakelever when the brake cali

Seite 4 - Table of Contents

Remove axle screw 3.Slacken left axle clampingscrews 4.Push the axle in as far as it willgo.Remove axle 5, while support-ing the wheel.Do not remove t

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Slip spacing bushing 6 ontothe left-hand side of the wheelhub.The front wheel must beinstalled right way round torotate in the correct direction.Note

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Clamp of quick-releaseaxle19 NmIf applicable, slacken right axleclamping screws 2 again.Remove the front-wheel stand.Ease the right brake caliperonto

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with BMW Motorrad ABSOEInsert the ABS sensor into itsbore and install screw 1.Remove the auxiliary stand, ifinstalled beforehand.Remove the rear wheel

Seite 8 - Abbreviations and

Remove quick-release axle 6and remove adjusting plate 7.Roll the rear wheel as far for-ward as possible and disen-gage chain 8 from the sprock-et.Roll

Seite 9 - Currency

brake caliper and the rearwheel.Make sure that the axle fits in-to the recess of the adjustingplate.Install right adjusting plate 5.Install nut 2, but

Seite 10 - General instructions

Use basic stand (0 402 241)with front-wheel adapter(0 402 242).Slacken adjusting screws 1.Push the two adapters 2 apartuntil the front forks fit betwe

Seite 11 - General views

Apply uniform pressure to pushthe front-wheel stand downand raise the motorcycle.BulbsGeneral instructionsA warning appears in the multi-function disp

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Replacing high-beamheadlight bulbRemove cover of high-beamheadlight 1 by turning itcounter-clockwise.Replacing low-beam and high-beam headlight bulb (

Seite 13 - General view, left side

General viewsGeneral viewsGeneral view, left side. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11General view, right side . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13Underneath the s

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Install bulb 3, making sure thatalignment is correct.Close and lock spring clips 2.Connect plug 1.Replacing parking-lightbulbMake sure the ground is l

Seite 15 - General view, right side

Replace the defective bulb.Bulb for parking lightW5W / 12 V / 5 WInsert the bulb into the bulbsocket.Insert parking-light bulb 1 intothe headlight hou

Seite 16 - Underneath the seat

Pull the glass out of the reflect-or housing at the threaded-fastener side.Turn bulb 2 counter-clockwiseand remove it from the bulbhousing.Replace the

Seite 17 - Underneath the trim

Replacing brake light andrear light bulbThe LED rear light can be re-placed only as a complete unit.Consult a specialist workshop,preferably an author

Seite 18 - Handlebar fitting, left

Insert the bulb into the bulbsocket.Seat bulb holder 2 in the lightcarrier.Hold the mudguard cover inposition and install screw 1.Air filterRemoving a

Seite 19 - Handlebar fitting, right

Installing air filterInstall air filter 3.Hold air-filter cover 2 in posi-tion.Install screws 1.Install the centre trim panel( 117).Jump startingThe w

Seite 20 - Instrument panel

Run the engine of the donorvehicle during jump-starting.Begin by connecting one endof the red jump lead to posit-ive terminal 2 of the dischargedbatte

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nect a suitable trickle charger tothe battery.BMW Motorrad has de-veloped a float charger spe-cially designed for compatibilitywith the electronics of

Seite 22 - Headlight

systems and connect the chargerdirectly to the battery.Charging battery whendisconnectedCharge the battery using asuitable charger.Comply with the ope

Seite 23 - Status indicators

Place the battery retainer inposition, making sure that theleads are correctly routed atposition 4.Install screws 3 on left andright.Connection in the

Seite 25 - Status indicators with

Manoeuvre the centre trimpanel into position. Make surethat all three tabs 3 on left andright engage the side panels.Install four screws 2.Install scr

Seite 26 - Standard warnings

CareCareCare products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120Washing motorcycle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120Cleaning easily damaged compon-

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Care productsBMW Motorrad recommendsthat you use the cleaning andcare products you can obtainfrom your authorised BMWMotorrad dealer. The substancesin

Seite 28 - LAMP appears on

If plastic parts are cleanedusing unsuitable cleaningagents, the surfaces can be dam-aged.Do not use cleaning agents thatcontain alcohol, solvents or

Seite 29 - EWS appears on the display

Remove stains of this kind im-mediately, using cleaning-gradebenzene or petroleum spirit on aclean cloth or ball of cotton wool.BMW Motorrad recommend

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Technical dataTechnical dataTroubleshooting chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124Threaded fasteners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125Engine . . . . .

Seite 31 - Mode of presentation

Troubleshooting chartEngine does not start at all or is difficult to start.Possible cause RemedyEmergency off switch (kill switch) Kill switch in oper

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Threaded fastenersFront wheel Value ValidBrake caliper to fork legISA screw, M10 x 35 38 NmClamp of quick-release axleM8 x 25 2x each side, alternatel

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Mirror arm Value ValidClamping element to clampingblockM10 30 NmChain Value ValidLocknut of the final-drive chaintensioning screwM8 19 Nm10126zTechnic

Seite 34 - Anti-theft alarm

EngineEngine design Two-cylinder four-stroke, DOHC with chain-and-sprocket drive, 4 valves operated by cam follow-ers, balancing conrod, liquid-cooled

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General view, left side1 Power socket ( 76)2 Seat lock ( 54)3 Engine-oil filler neck andoil dipstick ( 87)211zGeneral views

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FuelRecommended fuel grade 95 ROZ/RON, Super unleadedwith regular unleaded (RON 91)OE91 ROZ/RON, Regular unleaded (fuel grade, us-able with power- and

Seite 37 - Operation

Oil grades Mineral oils of API classification SF through SH.BMW Motorrad recommends not using oil addit-ives, because they can have a detrimental effe

Seite 38 - Ignition switch and

TransmissionGearbox type Claw-shift 6-speed gearbox, integrated into en-gine blockGearbox transmission ratios 1.943 (35/68 teeth), Primary transmissio

Seite 39 - EWS warning appears in the

Running gearFront wheelType of front suspension Upside-down telescopic forkSpring travel, front 230 mm, At wheelRear wheelType of rear suspension Two-

Seite 40 - Odometer and

Wheels and tyresRecommended tyre sets You can obtain an up-to-date list of approvedtyres from your authorised BMW Motorrad dealeror on the Internet at

Seite 41 - Selecting readings

ElectricsElectrical rating of on-board socket 5 AFuses Electronic fuses protect all the circuits. If an elec-tronic fuse trips and de-energises a circ

Seite 42 - -- temporarily appears on the

Bulbs for flashing turn indicators, front R10W / 12 V / 10 Wwith LED turn indicatorsOALED / 12 VBulbs for flashing turn indicators, rear R10W / 12 V /

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WeightsUnladen weight 207 kg, DIN unladen weight, ready for road, 90 %load of fuel, without optional extrasPermissible gross weight 443 kgMaximum payl

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10136zTechnical data

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ServiceServiceBMW Motorrad service . . . . . . . . . . . . 138BMW Motorrad service quality . . . . . 138BMW Motorrad mobility services -roadside assis

Seite 47 - OFF: Redline warning deactiv

BMW Motorrad serviceAdvanced technology requiresspecially adapted methods ofmaintenance and repair.If maintenance and re-pair work is performed in-exp

Seite 48 - Hazard warning

contact the Mobile Service or-ganisation of BMW Motorrad.The specialists will provide thenecessary advice and assistance.You will find important count

Seite 49 - Grip heating

Confirmation of maintenance workBMW Pre-deliveryCheckCompletedonStamp, signatureBMW Running-inCheckCompletedonOdometer readingNext serviceat the lates

Seite 50 - BMW Motorrad ABS

BMW ServiceCompletedonOdometer readingNext serviceat the latestonor, if logged beforehand,Odometer readingStamp, signatureBMW ServiceCompletedonOdomet

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BMW ServiceCompletedonOdometer readingNext serviceat the latestonor, if logged beforehand,Odometer readingStamp, signatureBMW ServiceCompletedonOdomet

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BMW ServiceCompletedonOdometer readingNext serviceat the latestonor, if logged beforehand,Odometer readingStamp, signatureBMW ServiceCompletedonOdomet

Seite 53 - Spring preload

BMW ServiceCompletedonOdometer readingNext serviceat the latestonor, if logged beforehand,Odometer readingStamp, signatureBMW ServiceCompletedonOdomet

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Confirmation of serviceThe table is intended as a record of maintenance and repair work, the installation of optional accessoriesand, if appropriate,

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Item OdometerreadingDate11146zService

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AAbbreviations and symbols, 6ABSControl, 16Engineering details, 72Operation, 48Self-diagnosis, 62Warnings, 29AccessoriesGeneral instructions, 76Air fi

Seite 57 - Helmet holder

General view, right side1 Fuel filler neck ( 67)2 Brake-fluid reservoir, rear( 92)3 Vehicle Identification Num-ber (VIN) (on steering-headbearing)Type

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CoolantChecking fill level, 92Filler neck, 13Fill-level indicator, 13Temperature gauge, 23, 24Topping up, 93Warning forovertemperature, 27Currency, 7D

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Hazard warning flashersControl, 16, 17Operation, 46HeadlightBeam throw, 53Driving on right/driving onleft, 53Overview, 20Headlight flasher, 16Helmet h

Seite 60 - Safety instructions

Redline warning, 44Status indicators, 23Stopwatch, 43Warnings, 29PParking, 65Parking light, 45Power socket, 11, 76Pre-ride check, 61RRear-wheel driveT

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ToolkitContents, 86Stowage, 14TopcaseOperation, 82Torques, 125TransmissionTechnical data, 130TransportationLashing, 68Troubleshooting chart, 124Turn i

Seite 62 - Starting

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Seite 63 - Pre-ride check

3      .4 565%#  &   5% .7 5).7 565%#  

Seite 64 - Running in

Underneath the seat1 Location of first-aid kit(OA)2 Toolkit3 Payload table4 Table of tyre pressures5 Helmet holder ( 55)6 Rider's Manual7 Tool fo

Seite 65 - Riding off-road

Underneath the trimpanel1 Battery ( 114)2 Intake air silencer ( 112)215zGeneral views

Seite 66 - How can stopping

Handlebar fitting, left1 with on-board com-puterOEOperating the on-boardcomputer ( 39)2 with BMW MotorradABSOEOperating the ABS( 48)3 Horn4 Flashing t

Seite 67 - Parking your

Handlebar fitting, right1 Emergency off switch (killswitch) ( 47)2 Starter button ( 60)3 with heated handlebargripsOEGrip heating ( 47)4 Flashing turn

Seite 68 - Placing motorcycle on

          

Seite 69 - Refuelling

Instrument panel1 Telltale lights ( 22)2 Speedometer3 Operation of the clock( 38)4 Multifunction display( 22)5 Operating the odometer( 38)with on-boar

Seite 70 - Securing motorcycle

The instrument-clusterlighting has automatic dayand night switchover.219zGeneral views

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Headlight1 Low-beam headlight2 High-beam headlight3 Side light220zGeneral views

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Status indicatorsStatus indicatorsStandard status indicators . . . . . . . . . . 22Status indicators with on-boardcomputer . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Seite 73 - Engineering details

Standard statusindicatorsMultifunction display1 Clock ( 38)2 Odometer and tripmeters( 38)Telltale lights1 High-beam headlight2 Flashing turn indicator

Seite 74 - Brake system with

If the motorcycle covers long dis-tances in the course of the year,under certain circumstances itmight be necessary to have itserviced at a date in ad

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Coolant temperatureThe horizontal bars abovethe temperature symbolindicate the coolant temperature.Fuel capacityThe horizontal bars abovethe fuel-pump

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The possible warnings are listedon the next page.325zStatus indicators

Seite 77 - Accessories

Warnings, overviewTelltale lights Status indicators MeaningLights up yellow Appears on the dis-playElectronic immobiliser active ( 27)EWS appears onth

Seite 78 - Power socket

Electronic immobiliseractiveGeneral warning light showsyellow.Warning-triangle symbolappears on the display.EWS appears on the display.Possible cause:

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Welcome to BMWWe congratulate you on yourchoice of a motorcycle fromBMW and welcome you to thecommunity of BMW riders.Familiarise yourself with your n

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preferably an authorised BMWMotorrad dealer.Engine in emergency-operation modeGeneral warning light showsyellow.Engine symbol appears onthe display.Th

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Warning-triangle symbolappears on the display.LAMP appears on the display.A defective bulb placesyour safety at risk becauseit is easier for other use

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ABS warnings are indicated byABS warning light 1.The way in which the ABS warn-ing light indicates status can dif-fer in some countries.Possible natio

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Warnings, overviewTelltale lights Status indicators MeaningFlashesSelf-diagnosis not completed ( 32)Lights upABS deactivated ( 32)Lights upABS fault (

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Self-diagnosis notcompletedwith BMW Motorrad ABSOEABS warning light flashes.Possible cause:The ABS function is notavailable, because self-diagnosis di

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This error message appearsonly briefly after the pre-ride check completes.Possible cause:The integral battery in the anti-theft alarm has lost its ent

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334zStatus indicators

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OperationOperationIgnition switch and steering lock . . . . 36Electronic immobiliser EWS . . . . . . . . . 37Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Ignition switch andsteering lockKeysYou receive two master keys andone spare key. Please consultthe information on the electronicimmobiliser (EWS) if

Seite 89

Turn the key to position 3,while moving the handlebarsslightly.Ignition, lights and all functioncircuits switched off.Handlebars locked.Key can be rem

Seite 90 - Brake system

Table of ContentsYou can also consult the index atthe end of this Rider's Manual ifyou want to find a particular topicor item of information.1 Ge

Seite 91 - Brake pads

been barred can subsequently becleared and reactivated for use.ClockSetting clockAttempting to set the clockwhile riding the motorcyclecan lead to acc

Seite 92

The following values can be dis-played:Total distance covered 3Tripmeter 1 (Trip I)Tripmeter 2 (Trip II)Warnings, if applicableResetting tripmeterSwit

Seite 93 - Brake fluid

Average speedAverage consumptionCurrent consumptionRangeAmbient temperatureWhen the motorcycle is at astandstill the heat of the enginecan falsify amb

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Press and hold down button 1until the average-speed readingis reset.Average consumptionAverage consumption 1 is cal-culated by dividing the distanceco

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Current consumptionCurrent consumption 1 is shown.RangeThe range readout 1 indicateshow far you can ride with the fuelremaining in the tank. The figur

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StopwatchYou can switch from the odo-meter reading to a stopwatch 1.The readout is in hours, minutes,seconds and tenths of a second,with dots as separ

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Changing buttonfunctionsPress button 1 and button 2at the same time and holdthem down until the readingchanges.FLASH (redline warning) ap-pears, along

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Repeatedly press button 1 untilthe reading shows the modeyou want.ON: Redline warning activated.OFF: Redline warning deactiv-ated.To save the setting,

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Turn indicatorsOperating flashing turnindicatorsSwitch on the ignition.The turn indicators are can-celled automatically afteryou have ridden for appro

Seite 100 - Maintenance

Press buttons 1 and 2 at thesame time to switch on thehazard warning flashers.Ignition can be switched off.Press button 3 to switch offthe hazard warn

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6 Engineering details. . . . . 71Brake system with BMWMotorrad ABS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 727 Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75General i

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1 Grip-heating switchThe handlebar grips have two-stage heating. Stage two is forheating the grips quickly: it is ad-visable to switch back to stageon

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Activating ABS functionPress and hold down button 1until the ABS warning lightchanges status.ABS warning light goes out;if self-diagnosis has notcompl

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Turn adjusting screw 1clockwise to increase the spanbetween the brake lever andthe handlebar grip.Turn adjusting screw 1counter-clockwise to reducethe

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Push the protective cap overthe threaded fastener.Spring preloadSettingIt is essential to set spring pre-load of the rear suspension tosuit the load c

Seite 106 - Front-wheel stand

Stow on-board toolkit 1.Install the seat ( 55).DampingSettingDamping must be adapted to suitthe surface on which the motor-cycle is ridden and to suit

Seite 107

Basic setting of rear-sus-pension damping charac-teristicTurn adjusting screw as faras it will go clockwise, thenback it off 1 1/2 turns. (Fullload of

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these circumstances, headlightbeam throw has to be adjustedto suit the weight carried by themotorcycle.Consult a specialist work-shop, preferably an a

Seite 109

Lift seat 2 at the front and re-lease the key.Remove the seat and placeit, rubber buffers down, on aclean surface.Installing seatEngage the seat in ho

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met being damaged by the hotend silencer.If possible, attach the helmeton the right-hand side of themotorcycle.The helmet catch canscratch the panelli

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RidingRidingSafety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60Starting . .

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Safety instructionsRider's equipmentDo not ride without the correctclothing. Always wear:HelmetMotorcycling jacket andtrousersGlovesBootsThis app

Seite 114 - Air filter

Catalytic converterIf misfiring causes unburned fuelto enter the catalytic converter,there is a danger of overheatingand damage.For this reason, obser

Seite 115 - Jump starting

ChecklistUse the following checklist tocheck important functions, set-tings and wear limits before youride off.BrakesBrake-fluid levels, front and rea

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with BMW Motorrad ABSOEABS self-diagnosis isperformed. ( 62)Press starter button 1.If ambient temperatures arevery low, you might find itnecessary to

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Phase 3The rev. counter and speedo-meter needles both swing backto rest. At the same time, all thewarning lights and telltale lightsswitched on in the

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ing high-speed main roads andhighways if possible.Exceeding the specified en-gine speeds while runningin will lead to increased enginewear.Keep to the

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until the brakes have beencleaned.The brake pads will wearmore rapidly if you ride fre-quently on unsurfaced tracks orpoor roads.Check the thickness o

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Descending mountainpassesThere is a danger of thebrakes fading if you useonly the rear brakes when des-cending mountain passes. Underextreme condition

Seite 121

Slowly lean the motorcycle tothe side until its weight is takenby the stand and dismount tothe left.If the motorcycle is on theside stand, the surface

Seite 122 - Plastics

Excessive movementscould cause the centrestand to retract, and themotorcycle would topple inconsequence.Do not lean or sit on the mo-torcycle with the

Seite 123 - Paint care

General instructionsGeneral instructionsOverview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Abbreviations and symbols . . . . . . . . .

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Refuel with fuel of the gradestated below; do not fill thetank past the bottom edge ofthe filler neck.When refuelling after run-ning on reserve, make

Seite 125 - Technical data

position: do not place it on theside stand or centre stand.Risk of damaging compon-ents.Take care not to trapcomponents such as brake linesor wires.At

Seite 127 - Threaded fasteners

Engineering detailsEngineering detailsBrake system with BMW MotorradABS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72671zEngineer

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Brake system withBMW Motorrad ABSwith BMW Motorrad ABSOEHow does ABS work?The amount of braking force thatcan be transferred to the roaddepends on fac

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What is the designbaseline for BMWMotorrad ABS?Within the limits imposed byphysics, BMW Motorrad ABS en-sures directional stability on anysurface. The

Seite 130 - Engine oil

momentum take over and evenBMW Motorrad ABS is unable tocounteract their effects.674zEngineering details

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AccessoriesAccessoriesGeneral instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76Power socket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76Luggage . .

Seite 132 - Rear-wheel drive

General instructionsBMW Motorrad recommendsthe use of parts and accessoriesfor your motorcycle that are ap-proved by BMW for this purpose.Genuine BMW

Seite 133 - Running gear

tem is minimised, the supply tothe power socket is cut off ap-proximately 15 minutes after theignition is switched off, and it isalso temporarily inte

Seite 134 - Wheels and tyres

OverviewChapter 2 of this Rider's Manu-al will provide you with an initialoverview of your motorcycle. Allmaintenance and repair work onthe motor

Seite 135 - Electrics

Maximum permissiblespeed for riding with top-case fitted to the motorcyclesee label in topcasewith tank rucksackOANote the maximum permissiblepayload

Seite 136 - Dimensions

Position luggage strap 2 asshown here with a stuffbag asexample.Check that the luggage is se-cure.Caseswith caseOAOpening casesTurn key 1 in the case

Seite 137 - Riding specifications

Close case lid 5.The lid engages with an aud-ible click.Closing the carry handlewhile the case lock is inline with the forward direction oftravel can

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Pull red release lever 4 up.Latching flap 5 pops up.Fully open the latching flap.Take a firm grip of the handleand lift the case out of theholder.Inst

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Topcasewith topcaseOAOpening topcaseTurn key 1 in the topcase lockto the vertical position.Press and hold down yellowlatch 2 and pull out carryhandle

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Adjusting topcase volumeOpen the topcase and removeall its contents.To adjust the volume of thetopcase, engage pivot lever 1at the front or rear limit

Seite 141 - Maintenance work

Engage the topcase in frontholders 6 of the topcase carrierplate.Press the topcase onto thetopcase carrier plate at therear.Push latching flap 5 fully

Seite 142 - BMW Running-in

MaintenanceMaintenanceGeneral instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86Toolkit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86En

Seite 143 - BMW Service

General instructionsThe "Maintenance" chapter de-scribes straightforward proced-ures for checking and replacingcertain wear parts.Special ti

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5 SocketOpen-ended spanners ofvarious sizes6 AdapterTo accommodate the 1/4" bits and the 9x12 mmand the 3/8" universal-jointadapterEngine oi

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EquipmentWhen you ordered your BMWmotorcycle, you chose variousitems of custom equipment. ThisRider's Manual describes option-al extras (OE) offe

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Remove the oil dipstick andcheck the oil level.Engine oil levelBetween MIN and MAXmarksIf the oil level is below the MINmark:Top up the engine oil ( 8

Seite 147 - Confirmation of service

Incorrect working practicesendanger the reliability ofthe brakes.Have all work on the brake sys-tem performed by a specialistworkshop, preferably an a

Seite 148 - Item Odometer

cause damage to the brake sys-tem.In order to ensure the dependab-ility of the brake system, do notpermit the brake pads to wearpast the minimum permi

Seite 149

cause damage to the brake sys-tem.In order to ensure the dependab-ility of the brake system, do notpermit the brake pads to wearpast the minimum permi

Seite 150

Checking brake-fluidlevel, rear brakesMake sure the ground is leveland firm and hold the motor-cycle upright.with centre standOEMake sure the ground i

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Coolant, specified levelAntifreezebetween MIN and MAXmarks on the expansion tankIf the coolant drops below thepermitted level:Top up the coolant.Toppi

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Measure clutch play Abetween the handlebar fittingand the clutch cable.Clutch play1 mm (Handlebars turnedfully left, between handlebarfitting and clut

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Have damaged rims checkedand, if necessary, replaced by aspecialist workshop, preferablyan authorised BMW Motorraddealer.Checking spokesMake sure the

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Chain deflection35...45 mm (Motorcycle withno weight applied, supportedon its side stand)If measured value is outside per-mitted tolerance:Adjust the

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The tips of the sprocket teethmust remain inside the chainlinks.If the chain can be pulled backfar enough to expose the tips ofthe sprocket teeth:Cons

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