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Plug & Travel Suspension for Water-Cooled R1200GS

We're excited to introduce #Touratech's new Plug & Travel Suspension system, the world’s first aftermarket shock that is plug & play with BMW Motorrad's new water-cooled R1200GS!

Works with stock controls and ride modes on your water-cooled BMW R1200GS & GSA

Over-sized 46mm damping piston for cooler temperatures and reliable performance

•Large oil reservoir and floating piston design for smooth and consistent handling

•Adjustable high & low speed compression damping for tuning your ride

•Fully serviceable for long life and consistent performance

•Cold forged 6082 T6 aluminum shock body offers high-strength and maximum heat dissipation

•Low friction seal with integrated Teflon back-up ring maximizes performance and life of the shock

•Oversized 16mm high-strength shaft made of chrome-moly steel for maximum durability

•Damping set up for fully-loaded R1200GS or GSA right out-of-the-box

•Available in a range of spring rates to match the rider’s weight requirements

Rear Shock: #045-5884 Retail: $2,495             Front Shock: #045-5883 Retail: $1,495

Touratech's new Plug & Travel Suspension system will be available in 2014. Click HERE to pre-order your Plug & Travel shocks.

Comments (3)

Want a set, wondering if they are self adjusting in Dyna mode on street to conditions and speed? And wondering if spring pre lode is automatic front and rear from handlebar or rear only. The front looks manual no hydraulic spring.

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Hey Monty, These shock absorbers are adjusted by the stock D-ESA system on the motorcycle. Just like the stock shocks, the settings are constantly changed based on speed, ground conditions, and control inputs. Only the rear shock pre-load is electronically adjusted from the handlebar just like the stock system. These shocks are a plug and play solution with the D-ESA system on the R1200GS-W that keep all the same functionality with vastly improved performance and durability.

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What is the weight comparison to OEM. I am looking to reduce weight on my 2014 1200GSW and increase adjustability. Is there any weight savings over stock?

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