Question about 2004 BMW R 1150 RT (ABS)
I'm wondering if you're getting the surging effect at low speed with the 2004 RT. I was looking for a used RT but your comment got my attention, I also hate low speed surging. I just read an article BMW motorcycle buyers guide that addresses that problem with th R259 motors. The autohor says the only fix is is an aftermarket fuel-management computer-the Techlusion Fuel Nanny, 831 Powerbox. They cost $250. Any comments?
I love my R1150RT. It is smooth, it has a lot more lug at lower RPM than the older modles (2003 and before models with 1 spark plug). The modifications with 2 spark plugs have cured all the surging. Should you want a smooth, reliable, comfortable and high speed touring bike, I would sauggest this bike is the best.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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