Question about 2006 BMW R 1150 R
. There are issues with excessive heat radiating from the engine, however, especially when riding in prolonged stop and go traffic, but this is mostly on all the 96ci models. The motors are set to run on the lean side in order to pass EPA emissions testing but so far there have been no problems with engine damage as a result. There is a cure in the form of a re-map for the EFI system that will let the bike run a little richer and reduce the amount of heat, but I believe that is only available for the 96ci motors, not the Sportsters.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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