2020 BMW S 1000 RR Motorcycle RECALL 20V-476 Brake Caliper Check (K67)

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SIB 34 03 21
2021-04-23

RECALL 20V-476 BRAKE CALIPER CHECK (K67)

This Service Information Bulletin replaces SI 34 03 21 dated March 2021.

This bulletin applies to recall 20V-476 for K67 S1000RR Motorcycles ONLY. For K5x and K69 motorcycles, see bulletin SI: 34 02 21 RECALL 20V-476 BRAKE CALIPER CHECK (K5X, K69)

 

MODEL

Series Model Description
K67 S 1000 RR

 

The affected vehicles have been marked with campaign number 0000348700

 

In order to determine if a specific vehicle is affected by this campaign it will be necessary to verify the vehicle VIN in AIR (Aftersales Information Research). Based on the response of the system, either proceed with the repair or take no further action. Please note, open campaigns or vehicle stops may not appear in DCS Warranty Vehicle Inquiry or sales systems until 24-72 hours after they are announced, therefore AIR is always the recommended method for determining open campaigns and vehicle stops.

 

NHTSA STATEMENT

Please be reminded that it is a violation of federal law (The Safety Act) for you to sell, lease or deliver any new motorcycle covered by this notification until the recall repair has been performed. This means that dealers may not legally deliver new motorcycles to consumers until they are fixed or use/sell replacement equipment/parts subject to this recall. Note also that substantial civil penalties apply to violations of the Safety Act. Also, you should not sell, lease or deliver any Certified Pre-Owned or used motorcycles subject to a safety recall until the repair is completed. Please follow any special instructions that we provide to you for the return or disposition of recall parts.

 

SITUATION

The front brake calipers may show slight sweat marks or isolated drops of brake fluid. Although this lowpressure leakage has been shown to have no effect on brake performance, BMW Motorrad is conducting a non-compliance recall to inspect each vehicle and replace the calipers if necessary.

Letters were mailed to owners via First Class mail advising them of this recall. A second letter will be mailed to owners soon as parts are becoming available asking them to schedule an appointment with an authorized BMW Motorrad dealer to have the inspection performed.

In the case of vehicles that have not yet been delivered, the campaign must be carried out before delivery to the customers. Vehicles have been marked with a delivery stop and campaign number 0000348700.

 

CORRECTION

For vehicles already in service: A visual inspection of the front brake calipers must be performed to check for staining or isolated drops. If traces of brake fluid are found, the calipers must be replaced. Calipers must always be replaced in pairs.

For new vehicles that have not yet been delivered: The front brake calipers before delivery to the customer; an inspection is not necessary.

a. REQUIRED: Program motorcycle to the newest I-Level using ISTA must be replaced

b. REQUIRED: Run the “NISSIN brake caliper” conversion in ISTA

Please read the bulletin and the attachments in their entirety.

 

New bikes (in the pipeline) as of March 1, 2021 will arrive at your dealer already repaired.

 

PROCEDURE

For vehicles already in service:

  • Remove Brake Calipers
  • Remove Brake Pads
  • Visually assess the surfaces of the brake caliper
  • If any trace of brake fluid is visible the caliper must be replaced (fig 1)

A TSARA case is not required when replacing calipers.

 

Figure 1: Examples of Staining or Leaking:

If the brake calipers are to be replaced, the following steps must also be completed:

Replace the handbrake fitting

Program motorcycle to the newest I-Level using ISTA version 4.28.1x or later (integration level

K001-21-03-501 or newer)

TIP: Switch Ignition ON before connecting the ICOM for quicker programming.

Re-program the ABS control unit using ISTA version 4.28.1x or later (integration level K001-2103-501 or newer) with the “NISSIN brake caliper” conversion.

The conversion of the brake calipers and the handbrake fitting must be carried out in accordance with the attached Repair Instruction “00 60 384 – Replacing brake calipers”.

 

Programming to update control units can be invoiced by following Service Bulletin 00 04 21.

 

Photographic documentation

If no traces of brake fluid are detected on a customer vehicle, a TSARA case must be created for documentation with the following views of the brake calipers; both calipers must be photographed.

 

PARTS INFORMATION

Orders can be placed today with the new ordering processes outlined below and will be released as parts arrive. This new process will be used for the entire campaign.

 

As parts stock will be limited, parts will be allocated to urgent requests first. Urgent requests are defined as a customer bike down, an escalated consumer complaint or a sold unit that is waiting delivery after the recall remedy is implemented. PLEASE FOLLOW THE BELOW PROCEDURE FOR ORDERING PARTS. IDS TICKETS ARE NOT NECESSARY TO OBTAIN PARTS.   Each VIN can only be ordered once.   Do not place an order for a customer’s bike unless the bike is at the dealership or the customer has scheduled an appointment.

 

Category 1 – Customer Bike Down, Escalated Consumer Complaint, or standard Service Request:

 

YOCV Campaign Number: 3103358517

 

Parts for this category should be ordered using the “YOCV Campaign” order type function in DCSnet. Attached you will find step by step instructions for placing this order with this order type.   You will need to order by the below campaign number using the full VIN of the relevant motorcycle.

 

Each order placed will receive the required calipers, brake pads and additional parts.  Sealing rings will not be included due to pre-pack rounding; dealers should order as needed.

 

Category 2 – Sold unit that is waiting delivery:

 

YOCV Campaign Number: 3103358518

 

Parts for this category should be ordered using the “YOCV Campaign” order type function in DCSnet. Attached you will find step by step instructions for placing this order with this order type. You will need to order by the below campaign number using the full VIN of the relevant motorcycle.

 

Each order placed will receive the required calipers, brake pads and additional parts automatically.  Sealing rings will not be included due to pre-pack rounding; dealers should order as needed.

 

Pre-owned units in dealer inventory will not appear in this campaign.  Please use the Category 1 Campaign Numbers for these bikes.

 

If you have an ordering issue using the above process, please open an IDS Ticket first and include the VIN.

 

Part Number

34 11 7 105 637 Brake caliper, left
34 11 7 105 638 Brake caliper, right
34 11 1 542 307 2× Brake pad set, front
34 11 1 542 308 2× Set, mounting parts for brake pads
34 11 7 105 710 4× Fitting sleeve
07 11 9 907 389 4× Cheese head screw
32 72 9 829 276 Handbrake fitting
07 11 9 963 072 6× Sealing ring – Not included in dealer shipments
81 22 0 142 156 Brake fluid (can be entered on the warranty claim under a Sublet 04)

 

Special tool

83 30 5 A3F F85 Anti-twist lock

 

NOTICE: Two of these special tools will automatically be sent to each dealer.

 

WARRANTY INFORMATION

Reimbursement for this Service Action will be via normal claim entry utilizing the applicable work package information below and the part numbers listed above that apply:

 

CHECK ONLY:

Defect code

00 00 34 87 00 Check brake calipers and replace where needed

 

FRUs includes all repair procedures to complete the task with allowance for necessary ancillary tasks (e.g., visual inspection, lubrication, cleaning parts etc.) and administrative tasks.

 

Labor operation code 00 60 367 is a Main labor operation. If you are using a Main labor code for another repair, use the Plus code labor operation instead.

 

CHECK AND REPLACE:

Defect code

00 00 34 87 00 Check brake calipers and replace where needed

 

Labor Operation

00 60 384 Replacing front brake calipers 12 FRU
+00 60 884 Replacing front brake calipers 11 FRU
+61 00 502 Testing software 2 FRU
61 00 510 Programming control units of vehicle (along with testing software) 2 FRU

 

FRUs includes all repair procedures to complete the task with allowance for necessary ancillary tasks (e.g., visual inspection, lubrication, cleaning parts etc.) and administrative tasks.

 

Labor operation code 00 60 384 is a Main labor operation. If you are using a Main labor code for another repair, use the Plus code labor operation instead.

 

QUESTIONS REGARDING THIS BULLETIN

Technical inquires Contact the BMW Technical Support Group via TSARA
Warranty inquires Submit an IDS ticket to the Warranty Department
Parts inquires Submit an IDS ticket to the Motorrad Parts Department

 

Supporting Materials

picture_as_pdf 34 03 21 Recall 20V-476 Brake Caliper (K67).pdf
picture_as_pdf How to Use YOCV Campaign Order.pdf
picture_as_pdf REPAIR MANUAL RM_0060384_0000348700_EN.pdf
picture_as_pdf 34 03 21 Installation and Programming Tips.pdf

 


 

0E23-S1000RR

00 60 384 Replacing front brake calipers

WARNING

Missing software adjustment (when converting to NISSIN brake calipers)

ABS adjustment of NISSIN brake calipers is not identical with that of Hayes brake calipers.

  • Update software

 

WARNING

Unauthorized change installation of handbrake fitting and NISSIN/Hayes brake caliper

Reduced braking effect, increased hand force

Install correct handbrake fitting for Nissin brake calipers
(“11/16” mark on the bottom)

Additional work: 46 52 510 Removing and installing the rear-wheel stand special tool (motorcycles without centre stand)

 

1

Drain the front brake system

Drain the brake fluid reservoir on handbrake lever fitting

  • Remove bolt (1) and remove retaining bracket (2).

 

ATTENTION

Brake fluid on painted surfaces, plastic and rubber components

Material damage

  • Do not allow brake fluid to come into contact with painted
    surfaces, plastic or rubber components.
  • Wash components immediately with clear water if required.

 

  • Remove the reservoir cap (3) with support disc (4) and gaiter (5).
  • Draw off the old brake fluid and clean the reservoir.
  • Connect the bleeder unit to bleeder screw (2) on the left brake caliper.
  • Slightly open the bleeder screw (2).
  • Draw off brake fluid until it ceases to emerge (arrow).
  • Close bleeder screw (2) of the left brake caliper.
  • Repeat this procedure at the right brake caliper until the brake system is completely drained.

 

2

Removing front left Hayes brake caliper

 

ATTENTION

Brake fluid on painted surfaces, plastic and rubber components

Material damage

  • Do not allow brake fluid to come into contact with painted surfaces, plastic or rubber components.
  • Wash components immediately with clear water if required.

 

  • Loosen holder (3).
  • Remove banjo bolt (4) with sealing rings (5).
  • Remove brake line (6).
  • Remove screws (2) and brake caliper (1).

 

3

Replacing left brake caliper bushes

 

DANGER

Connection between forkleg and slider tube loosens in case of overheating.

Risk of falling

  • Heat forkleg to a maximum temperature of 80°C.
  • Monitor temperature with a suitable thermometer.

 

  • Heat attachment point on sleeve (1) without damaging the wheel speed sensor cable (arrow).

 

Technical data
Release temperature brake caliper bushings 80 °C

 

  • Using a suitable tool, remove sleeve (1).
  • Remove sleeve (2) the same way.

 

  • Pull in new shouldered bushing (1) (smaller diameter 12.5 mm at the head) with bolt (2) M10x35 to stop.

 

4

Installing front brake pads

  • Install springs (1) in new brake caliper.

 

  • Insert brake pads (1) one set after another, push against springs (2) and install.
  • Check brake pads (1) for correct fit and mounting orientation.

 

5

Installing front left brake NISSIN caliper

  • Position new left NISSIN brake caliper (1) and install new M10x60 bolts (2).

 

Tightening torques
Radial brake caliper to axle mounting
M10 x 60 38 Nm

 

  • Position brake line (6).
  • Install banjo bolt (4) with new sealing rings (5) hand-tight.

 

Tightening torques
Brake hose with banjo bolt to components
M10 x 1 24 Nm

 

  • Secure holder (3).
  • Secure brake line on left brake caliper with anti-twist lock (34 2 556) in the correct position.

 

  • Secure brake line (1) with anti-twist lock (2) (34 2 556) on left brake caliper (3) (arrows). If necessary, adjust brake line until anti-twist lock (2) rests correctly on brake caliper (3).
  • Tighten the banjo bolt (4).

 

Tightening torques
Brake hose with banjo bolt to components
M10 x 1 24 Nm

 

  • Carefully remove anti-twist lock (2).

 

6

Removing front right Hayes brake caliper

 

ATTENTION

Brake fluid on painted surfaces, plastic and rubber components

Material damage

  • Do not allow brake fluid to come into contact with painted surfaces, plastic or rubber components.
  • Wash components immediately with clear water if required.

 

  • Remove banjo bolt (3) with sealing rings (4).
  • Remove brake line (5).
  • Remove screws (2) and brake caliper (1).

 

7

Replacing right brake caliper bushes

 

DANGER

Connection between forkleg and slider tube loosens in case of overheating.

Risk of falling

  • Heat forkleg to a maximum temperature of 80°C.
  • Monitor temperature with a suitable thermometer.

 

  • Heat attachment point on sleeve (1).

 

Technical data
Release temperature brake caliper bushings 80 °C

 

  • Using a suitable tool, remove sleeve (1).
  • Remove sleeve (2) the same way.

 

  • Pull in new shouldered bushing (1) (smaller diameter 12.5 mm at the head) with bolt (2) M10x35 to stop.

 

8

Installing front brake pads

  • Install springs (1) in new brake caliper.

 

  • Insert brake pads (1) one set after another, push against springs (2) and install.
  • Check brake pads (1) for correct fit and mounting orientation.

 

9

Installing front right NISSIN brake caliper

  • Position new right NISSIN brake caliper (1) and install new M10x60 bolts (2).

 

Tightening torques
Radial brake caliper to axle mounting
M10 x 60 38 Nm

 

  • Position brake line (5).
  • Install banjo bolt (3) with new sealing rings (4) hand-tight.

 

  • Secure brake lines on right brake caliper with anti-twist lock (34 2 556) in the correct position.

 

  • Secure brake line (1) with anti-twist lock (2) (34 2 556) on right brake caliper (3) (arrows). If necessary, adjust brake line until anti-twist lock (2) rests correctly on brake caliper (3).
  • Tighten the banjo bolt (4).

 

Tightening torques
Brake hose with banjo bolt to components
M10 x 1 24 Nm

 

  • Carefully remove anti-twist lock (2).

 

10

Loosen brake line from brake fitting for front wheel

 

ATTENTION

Brake fluid on painted surfaces, plastic and rubber components

Material damage

 

  • Do not allow brake fluid to come into contact with painted surfaces, plastic or rubber components.
  • Wash components immediately with clear water if required.

 

  • Remove cable strap (arrow).
  • Remove banjo bolt (1) with sealing rings (2).
  • Loosen brake line (3) of brake fitting (4).
  • Catch the escaping fluid in a suitable container and seal off brake line (3) using suitable auxiliary materials.
  • Do not allow the brake line (3) hang down.

 

as of build level December 2020

  • Remove cable strap (arrow).
  • Remove banjo bolt (1) with sealing rings (2).
  • Loosen brake line (3) of brake fitting (4).
  • Catch the escaping fluid in a suitable container and seal off brake line (3) using suitable auxiliary materials.
  • Do not allow the brake line (3) hang down.

 

11

with intelligent emergency callOE (06AC)

Installing operating facility for intelligent emergency call

  • Remove bolt (1).
  • Release operating facility for intelligent emergency call (2) and hang to the side.

 

  • Release bolts (1) and remove together with adapter (2) for operating facility.

 

12

Removing brake fitting for front wheel

  • Remove bolt (1) with nut (2) and release expansion tank (3).
  • Remove screws (4) and clamp (5).
  • Remove brake fitting (6) with expansion tank (3).

 

13

Installing brake fitting for front wheel

  • Position brake fitting (1) with expansion tank (2).
  • Fit clamp (3) while observing the mounting orientation: UP – arrow points up.
  • Align brake fitting (1) with clamp (3) at mark (arrow) and install bolts (4).

 

Tightening torques
Handbrake fitting to handlebars
M6 x 20 Tightening sequence: tighten top until fully closed
8 Nm

 

  • Secure expansion tank (2) with bolt (5) and nut (6).

 

Tightening torques
Expansion tank to bracket
M5 x 18 5 Nm

 

with intelligent emergency callOE (06AC)

  • Position brake fitting (1) with expansion tank (2).
  • Fit clamp (3) observing the mounting orientation: threaded holes for adapters are located on the left.
  • Align brake fitting (1) with clamp (3) at mark (arrow) and install bolts (4).

 

Tightening torques
Handbrake fitting to handlebars
M6 x 20 Tightening sequence: tighten top until fully closed
8 Nm

 

  • Secure expansion tank (2) with bolt (5) and nut (6).

 

Tightening torques
Expansion tank to bracket
M5 x 18 5 Nm

 

14

with intelligent emergency callOE (06AC)

Secure operating facility for intelligent emergency call

  • Fit and install adapter (1) for operating facility together with bolts (2).

 

Tightening torques
Adapter to clamp
M3 x 14 1 Nm

 

  • Fit operating facility for intelligent emergency call (2).
  • Install bolt (1).

 

Tightening torques
Switch for intelligent emergency call to adapter
M5 x 22
Thread-locking compound (mechanical)
3 Nm

 

15

Secure brake line to brake fitting for front wheel

 

ATTENTION

Brake fluid on painted surfaces, plastic and rubber components

Material damage

  • Do not allow brake fluid to come into contact with painted surfaces, plastic or rubber components.
  • Wash components immediately with clear water if required.

 

  • Fit brake line (1) with banjo bolt (2) and new sealing rings (3) on brake fitting (4) while observing the torsional stop (5).
  • Tighten the banjo bolt (2).

 

Tightening torques
Brake hose with banjo bolt to components
M10 x 1 24 Nm

 

  • Secure the cable strap (arrow).

 

as of build level December 2020

  • Fit brake line (1) with banjo bolt (2) and new sealing rings (3) on brake fitting (4) while observing the torsional stop (5).
  • Tighten the banjo bolt (2).

 

Tightening torques
Brake hose with banjo bolt to components
M10 x 1 24 Nm

 

  • Secure the cable strap (arrow).

 

16

Removing reservoir cap

  • Remove bolt (1) and remove retaining bracket (2).
  • Remove the reservoir cap (3) with support disc (4) and gaiter (5).

 

17

Filling/bleeding front brake system

  • Turn the handlebars to a position in which the brake fluid tank (1) is horizontal.

 

WARNING

Water ingress in the brake fluid due to air humidity

Decrease in the boiling point, formation of vapour bubbles reduces the effectiveness of the brakes.

 

  • Use only fresh brake fluid from an unopened container.
  • Top up with fresh brake fluid to the MAX mark (arrow).

 

Hydraulic fluid
Brake fluid, DOT4

 

  • Connect the bleeder unit to bleeder screw (1) in the handbrake cylinder.
  • Slightly open the bleeder screw (1).
  • Continue drawing off the brake system until the fresh brake fluid emerges clear and free from bubbles.
  • Close the bleeder screw (1).

 

  • Connect the bleeder unit to bleeder screw (1) on the left brake caliper.
  • Slightly open the bleed screw.

 

WARNING

Diminished braking effect

Ingress of air into brake system

  • The outlet hole must always be covered with brake fluid, top up brake fluid if required.

 

  • Continue bleeding the brake system until fresh brake fluid emerges.
  • Close the bleed screw in the left brake caliper.

 

  • Connect the bleeder unit to bleeder screw (1) on right brake caliper.
  • Slightly open the bleed screw.
  • Bleed brake system until new brake fluid emerges or the required amount of fluid has passed through.

 

Technical data
Amount of liquid for changing/bleeding the brake system around three fillings of brake fluid reservoir

 

  • Close the bleed screw in the right brake caliper.
  • End vacuum extraction.
  • Adjust brake lever (1) to maximum distance through knurled wheel (2).

 

WARNING

Air bubbles difficult to recognise in brake fluid drawn off by vacuum extraction

Braking power is reduced due to insufficient brake system
bleeding.

  • In the final step, bleed the system manually (without vacuum extraction) until the fluid emerging is bubble-free.

 

  • Connect vent hose (1) to bleeder screw (2) on the handbrake cylinder and route it to the top.
  • Rising air bubbles can be observed in a better way.

 

WARNING

Diminished braking effect

Ingress of air into brake system

  • The outlet hole must always be covered with brake fluid, top up brake fluid if required.

 

  • Operate brake lever several times until a pressure point can be perceived.
  • Operate brake lever till the pressure point and open bleeder screw (2) for a short time.
  • Pull brake lever till the grip and close bleeder screw (2).
  • Release the brake lever.
  • Repeat the process until no air bubbles (arrow) escape and a clearly noticeable pressure point is reached with the bleeder screw (2) closed.
  • Tighten bleeder screw (2).

 

Tightening torques
Bleed screw on handbrake lever fitting
M7 5 Nm

 

  • Connect vent hose (1) to bleeder screw (2) on the left brake caliper and route it to the top.

Rising air bubbles can be observed in a better way.

  • Operate brake lever several times until a pressure point can be felt.
  • Operate brake lever till the pressure point and open bleeder screw (2) for a short time.
  • Pull brake lever till the grip and close bleeder screw (2).

 

NOTICE

Always open bleeder screw wide and pull through lever wide in order to increase the flow rate of the brake fluid.

  • Release the brake lever.
  • Repeat the process until no air bubbles (arrow) escape and a clearly noticeable pressure point is reached with the bleeder screw (2) closed. Tighten bleeder screw (2).

 

Tightening torques
Bleed screw, front, in banjo bolt
M6 6 Nm

 

  • Connect vent hose (1) to bleeder screw (2) on the left brake caliper and route it to the top.

Rising air bubbles can be observed in a better way.

  • Operate brake lever several times until a pressure point can be felt.
  • Operate brake lever till the pressure point and open bleeder screw (2) for a short time.
  • Pull brake lever till the grip and close bleeder screw (2).

 

NOTICE

Always open bleeder screw wide and pull through lever wide in order to increase the flow rate of the brake fluid.

  • Release the brake lever.
  • Repeat the process until no air bubbles (arrow) escape and a clearly noticeable pressure point is reached with the bleeder screw (2) closed. Tighten bleeder screw (2).

 

Tightening torques
Bleed screw, front, in banjo bolt
M6 6 Nm

 

  • Top up brake fluid tank (1) to the MAX mark (arrow).

 

Hydraulic fluid
Brake fluid, DOT4

 

  • Clean the rim of the reservoir.
  • Clean and install gaiter (5), support disc (4) and reservoir cap (3).
  • Install retaining bracket (2) and bolt (1).
  • Hold the handlebars in the straight-ahead position.

 

Check

  • Check brake pressure by operating the brakes.

 

Result

Low brake pressure

 

Measure

  • Repeat the bleeding process without vacuum extraction.

 

Additional work: 61 00 502 Testing software

 

Additional work: 61 00 510 Programming control units of vehicle (along with testing software)

 

18

Final check of work performed

  • Check the following:
    • The work as performed achieved the intended purpose.
    • All reservoirs and containers have been filled and all fluids and lubricants are at their correct levels.
    • All threaded fasteners released beforehand have been correctly retightened.
    • The fuel system is free of leaks.
    • The lights and signalling equipment are fully operational and the vehicle is roadworthy.
    • The brake pads of the front and rear brakes are bedded against the brake discs.

 

Function test, engine start suppression

Check

  • Set kill switch to “ON” position.
  • Select neutral.
  • Switch on the ignition.
  • Neutral indicator light “N” lights up.
  • Select a gear.
  • Neutral indicator light “N” goes out.
  • Extend the side stand.
  • Pull the clutch lever.
  • Retract the side stand.
  • Press the starter button without releasing the clutch lever.

 

Result

Not all test steps completed successfully.

 

Measure

  • Check the appropriate parts with the BMW Motorrad diagnostic system.

 

Quick Tips for SI 34 03 21 – Recall 20V-476 for K67

Caliper Clip Installation and Programming prior to running NISSIN Brake conversion.

 

PROGRAMMING:

 

  • Turn ignition ON before connecting the ICOM to have a quicker programming session.
  • Update to newest I-Level first; (Refer to SI Bulletin 00 04 21 for invoicing information).
  • Run “NISSIN brake caliper” conversion only after successfully updating to the new I-Level.

 

INSTALLATION:

Caliper-clip

 

  • Install clips first, prior to brake pads. Clip marked “T” is installed closest to the brake line hole.
  • View from opposite side; make sure that the clips are fully seated:

 

  • Insert brake pads, which are symmetric, into position as pictured:

 

How To Use the YOCV Campaign Order Type

 

Step 2: Enter the Correct Campaign Number, Full VIN & Click Send.

 

Step 3: This method of ordering:

  • Does not immediately show the parts on order through that “Campaign Number” and VIN combination.
  • Will only accept orders with a valid combo of Campaign Number and VIN that hasn’t already been used.

 

 

  • Clicking on Order allows you to see parts on order after order is successfully sent

 


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  • ★KTM 640 Adventure 2005-2007 // 690 Enduro R 2010-2016 // 950 Super Enduro R 2007 2008 // 950 Adventure(S) 2004-2006 // 990 Adventure 2007-2012 // 990 Adventure S 2006-2008 // 990 Adventure R 2009-2012 ★Moto Guzzi California 1400 Custom 2013-2015 // California EV 2002-2005 // California Stone 2002-2005 // California Jackel/Special 2001.
  • ★Victory Hammer 2005-2007 // Vegas 2003-2007 // Vegas Jackpot 2006 2007 // Vegas 8-Ball 2005-2007 // V92SC Sport Cruiser 2000 2001 // V92C Standard Cruiser(all condition) 1998-2002 // Kingpin 2004-2007 ★Triumph Rocket III Roadster 2011-2017 // Rocket III 2004-2009 // Rocket III Classic 2006-2009 // Thunderbird (all condition) 2010-2017 // Rocket III Classic Tourer 2007-2009 ★Royal Enfield Continental GT 2015-2018
Bestseller No. 4
Motorcycle Front Brake Clutch Fluid Cover Reservoir Socks (Color : BMW, Size : 1)
  • 1. Preventing brake fluid from leaking onto your motorcycles bodywork and damaging it.
  • 2. Preventing the sunlight from degrading your brake fluid, which could cause poor braking.
  • 3. Adding a nice touch to your bike while covering up the brake fluid reservoir tanks.
  • 4. Fully embroidered logos onto the reservoir sock coversFashion design Reservoir socks to decorate your motorcycle.
  • 5. Fitment: The large reservoir cover will fit your front brake fluid reservoir tank perfectly.
SaleBestseller No. 5
EBC Brakes FA363HH Disc Brake Pad Set, Black
  • Made using high pressure die cast aluminum platforms with bonded brake linings
  • All shoes are radius ground and edge trimmed
  • Features lead in and lead out chamfers at lining ends
  • Original equipment style brake shoe springs included
  • Fit type: Vehicle Specific
Bestseller No. 6
MRELC Universal Motorcycle Aluminum Brake Fluid Reservoir Oil Cup Fit For Yamaha Kawasaki Honda Suzuki BMW and more (Red)
  • Perfect match: Fit for Yamaha YZF R1 R3 R6 R25 R15 R125 600R, MT01 MT03 MT07 MT09 MT10 T-max 500T-max530,FZ1,FZ6,FZ8,FZS1000,FZS600 and Kawasaki Z650 Z750 Z800 Z900 Z1000,Ninja 650 250 250R 300 650R ZX10R ZX12R ZX14 ZX6 ZX6R ZX-6RR.
  • Also applies to:For BMW S1000RR S1000R S1000XR R1200RS and Ducati Monster 821 Stripe Dark,1200 S Stripe 1100S 1100 EVO S2R and fit for Honda CBR 125R 150R 250R 300R 250RR CBR500 CBR600 ( Please refer to the below description for the specific model)
  • Function:Universal Reservoir cup can hold the brake fluid and be convenient to control the brake fluid. Capacity approx 40 ml.
  • Material: The Brake Fluid Reservoir made of CNC Aluminum, stronger and more durable than original plastic storage.Smooth surface with hard anodized finish and with rubber ring seals inside to prevent leakage.There are 7 colors to choice. Making your car look more cool!
  • MRELC owns a Professional R & D team and a Factory to manufacture Motorbike Accessories, not only sell products , we also provide comprehensive service, including pre-sales consultation, package tracking and after-sales service. Once you have any question, let us know, we will respond as soon as possible.
Bestseller No. 7
EBC Brakes FA630HH Double-H Series Sintered Disc Brake Pad
  • Features the highest friction HH rating for maximum stopping power, made in the USA from sintered copper alloy like original pads for longer life and perfect braking
  • Stainless steel radiator plates are fitted to reduce heat transfer into bikes hydraulics where required
  • The unique double segment vented design improves braking under all riding conditions, keeping the pads cooler and preventing pad drag and overheat or fade
  • EBC removed the iron powders commonly used in many sintered pads that cause the pad to weld to the disc under corrosion when the bike is parked and replaced it with stainless powder
  • Uses EBCs SB101C friction material which completely eliminates brake noise, improves the pads heat cycling capability and improves feel at the lever
SaleBestseller No. 8
The Art of BMW Motorcycles
  • Hardcover Book
  • Gantriis, Peter (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 208 Pages - 04/03/2018 (Publication Date) - Motorbooks (Publisher)
Bestseller No. 9
Reservoir Socks Alien Head BMW S1000RR 2015-2018 Brake Reservoir Covers for Motorcycles, Sportbikes
  • ✅HIGHEST QUALITY – Only the best from ReservoirSocks, the Original Brand of Brake and Clutch Fluid Reservoir Covers featuring high density embroidered designs on high quality terry cotton.
  • ✅PREVENTS DISCOLORATION - Keeps direct sunlight off the brake and clutch reservoirs and prevents break down and discoloration of your brake fluid and plastic reservoirs caused by suns damaging UV rays.
  • ✅PROTECTS - Traps and absorbs brake fluid that's vented from the reservoir while preventing brake fluid from getting on your helmet and/or your motorcycle, damaging paint and corroding metals.
  • ✅EASY TO INSTALL & PERFECT SIZE - Fit for purpose, made specifically to fit brake and clutch reservoirs.  Simply slip it onto your motorcycles brake/clutch reservoir's and cover up those ugly plastic reservoirs while adding a nice touch to your bike.
  • ✅SATISFACTION GUARANTEED - We believe you will absolutely love your ReservoirSocks.  If for any reason you don’t, we’ll buy them back from you – no questions asked!  Treat yourself and your ride to the finest reservoir covers you’ll ever set sight on… you’ll be glad you did!  What are you waiting for? Get one today!
Bestseller No. 10
AIANOS XJBH Motorcycle Front Fluid Oil Brake Reservoir Socks Cover Compatible with BMW S1000RR M1000RR S1000X S1000R R1200RS G310R F900XR F800 Etc (Color : GOD BLESS-01)
  • Condition: 100% Brand new
  • Material: 100% terry cotton (good elasticity)
  • Size: About 7CM*6-7CM (Large)
  • Color: As pictured
  • Fitment:The large reservoir cover will Compatible with your front brake fluid reservoir tank perfectly

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