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Offline Alan

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Tool kit
on: March 28, 2021, 12:05:40 PM
I bought my 2017 S1000R 2nd hand when it was 18 months old, so I don't know what it came with new.  Should it come with a tool kit in a pouch or is it just the screw driver and torx wrench clipped under the pillion seat.  Mine has the factory fitted alarm so there is very little space under the seat so not sure where one would fit if it did come with one but I have seen them for sale on ebay so not sure.

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Re: Tool kit
Reply #1 on: March 28, 2021, 12:26:28 PM
*Originally Posted by Alan [+]
I bought my 2017 S1000R 2nd hand when it was 18 months old, so I don't know what it came with new.  Should it come with a tool kit in a pouch or is it just the screw driver and torx wrench clipped under the pillion seat.  Mine has the factory fitted alarm so there is very little space under the seat so not sure where one would fit if it did come with one but I have seen them for sale on ebay so not sure.

It should come with a tool pouch as well as those tools clipped in to the pillion seat.

I'm sure I have a spare set in the garage you could have if you wanted them?

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Re: Tool kit
Reply #2 on: March 28, 2021, 12:39:55 PM
Thanks, I did wonder as the manual suggests there should be one.  I bought it from a dealer so I should have queried it when I goit it but too late now 18 months later.  I would be interested in your spare set, I will message you

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Re: Tool kit
Reply #3 on: March 28, 2021, 12:50:49 PM
The "tool pounch" that came with my 2017 sport was a joke. A 12 (14?) mm wrench for adjusting the rebound on the ESA forks and a plastic protector for when you're using the wrench and I think that was about it.

I bought (and sold on here) a CruzTools kit that was quite nice and fit under the pillion pad with room to spare (can't say for sure if it would fit with factory alarm fitted)

https://cruztools.com/product/speedkit-tool-kit-for-european-motorcycles/

They do have toolkits specifically for BMW that are larger as well:

For 2018 and older bikes:
https://cruztools.com/product/roadtech-b1-bmw-tool-kit/

2019+
https://cruztools.com/product/roadtech-b2/


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Re: Tool kit
Reply #4 on: March 28, 2021, 12:54:09 PM
This has reminded me that I still have the tool pouch from my 2015 R. It isnít a great set of tools as Zombie has said, but if anyone wants it then itís yours for the cost of postage or collect for free from south Somerset.

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Re: Tool kit
Reply #5 on: April 06, 2021, 10:14:18 PM
Just for the benefit of any future readers, my tool kit is no longer available.

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Re: Tool kit
Reply #6 on: April 06, 2021, 10:43:49 PM
Cr@p!!!

I forgot to post this out!!

Sorry marra, I'll try to get it to you this week.

 



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