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REDUCED PRICE: 2002 BMW K1200LT / Motorvation Formula II sidecar - FOR SALE
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jakhack
Posted 5/30/2017 5:08 PM (#93658)
Subject: REDUCED PRICE: 2002 BMW K1200LT / Motorvation Formula II sidecar - FOR SALE


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We are in the process of getting our home ready for sale - downsizing after age 71!! Which means we are losing storage space and I have to get down to 3 or 4 bikes. So several need to go.

Therefore, I need to sell my beloved BMW K1200LT with Motorvation Formula II. Everything works and is in excellent condition. Besides the usual equipment on a K1200LT, the sidecar has some great extras. The 10 gal aux tank is installed and plumbed to fill the BMW gas tank when riding. The electric lift was installed by Motorvation a couple of years ago - a great addition, particularly for long trips. I have the canopy top for the sidecar, plus the regular tonneau cover. It comes with two windshields - a full size one needed to use with the canopy top and and cut down (6") one tor travelling to improve the gas mileage. The short windshield is till comfortable for passengers wearing a helmet.

The K1200LT is also fitted with a car tire on the rear. That conversion was completed in the spring of 2016 so the tire is almost new.

The price is $10,300 and the bike has 49,000+ miles. I will want $1000 down to hold the unit for 30 days. This sidear travelled to Oregon and back a few years ago and was covered in the September-October 2014 issue of the Sidecarist. The rig is located near Brainerd, Minnesota and I will deliver it anywhere in the state or 200 miles from Brainerd. Any terms other than this must be negotiated directly with me.

The photos show the rig pulling mycamper to a BMW rally and another shot of just the rig itself. I can post more photos if you wish or send them directly to your email.

If anyone is interested, I will also be selling my KLR650 enduro sidecar rig and will probably list that in another couple of weeks.

I will be checking this forum periodically so the best way to contact me will be to either text 218-330-1030 or email: jakhack@gmail.com

Feel free to ask for any information. Thanks for looking.


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CCjon
Posted 5/31/2017 9:37 AM (#93670 - in reply to #93658)
Subject: Re: 2002 BMW K1200LT / Motorvation Formula II sidecar - FOR SALE



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Beautiful rig, the K1200LT is a great tug.

Have you done any steering mods?

GLWS
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jakhack
Posted 5/31/2017 10:10 AM (#93671 - in reply to #93670)
Subject: Re: 2002 BMW K1200LT / Motorvation Formula II sidecar - FOR SALE


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Yes, but it was installed by Kevin at Scrambler Cycles in Cameron, Wisconsin. He has done a lot of sidecar work:
Address: 2420 12 3/4 Ave, Cameron, WI 54822
Hours: 8AM–4PM
Phone: (715) 458-0894

You can call him for the exact information on what he installed to make the steering easier. I don't recall if it was the DMC product or not. Whatebver it was, it worked.

I see you have a KLR rig as well. I hate to sell mine, but it has to go for the same reason I am selling the K1200LT. But then again, I will still have 4 motorcycles left, plus 2 scooters!
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Roadrider
Posted 6/4/2017 12:32 PM (#93726 - in reply to #93658)
Subject: RE: 2002 BMW K1200LT / Motorvation Formula II sidecar - FOR SALE


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With the top on the sidecar, can you enter it without unsnapping the top?
If so, please send more pics to
glhilts@freeway.net
Thanks
Gary from Traverse City Mi.
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jakhack
Posted 6/4/2017 1:47 PM (#93729 - in reply to #93726)
Subject: RE: 2002 BMW K1200LT / Motorvation Formula II sidecar - FOR SALE


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No. The canopy snaps to the top of the windshield. Because of the clamshell design the windshield opens when you open the lower part of the Sidecar. Sorry...
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cabin2014
Posted 7/7/2017 11:35 PM (#94080 - in reply to #93658)
Subject: Re: REDUCED PRICE: 2002 BMW K1200LT / Motorvation Formula II sidecar - FOR SALE


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wondering what option are on the bike ?? Navi, heated seats or grips ???etc ...
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cabin2014
Posted 7/8/2017 12:33 AM (#94081 - in reply to #93658)
Subject: Re: REDUCED PRICE: 2002 BMW K1200LT / Motorvation Formula II sidecar - FOR SALE


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wondering what option are on the bike ?? Navi, heated seats or grips ???etc ...
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jakhack
Posted 7/9/2017 12:47 AM (#94092 - in reply to #94081)
Subject: Re: REDUCED PRICE: 2002 BMW K1200LT / Motorvation Formula II sidecar - FOR SALE


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The tug is a 2002 BMW K 1200 LT. If you read up about this bike, you will know all of the features that it has. There is no built-in navigation system, but there is a radio which I have never used. It does have heated driver and passenger seats and heated grips. I know they work well because I have ridden this side car in the winter.

Sorry for the late reply, but I have been away. Let me know if you have any more questions.

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cabin2014
Posted 7/9/2017 10:44 AM (#94094 - in reply to #94092)
Subject: Re: REDUCED PRICE: 2002 BMW K1200LT / Motorvation Formula II sidecar - FOR SALE


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Do you have the convertible top and if so pictures please ...
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jakhack
Posted 7/9/2017 11:44 AM (#94095 - in reply to #94094)
Subject: Re: REDUCED PRICE: 2002 BMW K1200LT / Motorvation Formula II sidecar - FOR SALE


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The canopy is not presently on the rig and I am not a home to set this up for a photo.  So I have inserted a photo from the Motorvation website of 

a Formula II sidecar with the canopy up.  Mine looks the same, except the color of the sidecar is Royal blue like in the photos of the original listing.

The canopy is black just like what is pictured here.  I will be home in about a week if you want more photos.  Then I can put the canopy on.

Sidecar Photo

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cabin2014
Posted 7/10/2017 11:30 PM (#94105 - in reply to #93658)
Subject: Re: REDUCED PRICE: 2002 BMW K1200LT / Motorvation Formula II sidecar - FOR SALE


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Thanks for the photo of the top up ... the 10 Gallon gas tank ?? Where does that sit and can it be removed easily ???
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jakhack
Posted 7/11/2017 4:21 PM (#94109 - in reply to #94105)
Subject: Re: REDUCED PRICE: 2002 BMW K1200LT / Motorvation Formula II sidecar - FOR SALE


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The 10 gallon gas tank sits behind the sidecar passenger seat and it not removable. It is a tank made and installed by Motorvation to exactly fit in their sidecars. It is plumnbed to fill the bike gas tank while you are riding with a single switch on the side of the sidecar. You can easily reach the switch when you are underway. You monitor the amount of gas filling the tank using the bike's gas guage which shows the increasing amount of fuel in the tank. The tank is plumbed with a quick disconnect gas fitting so it is easily detachable if you want to remove the sidecar.

The tank is filled from the rear of the sidecar where there is a latching gas cover located on the upper left corner of the sidecar. The entire system works great.

Needless to say, you can reduce the number of gas stops a lot when you start out with almost 17 gallons available.
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