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Touratech Fuel Line Guards are the top choice among BMW R1200GS world travelers like GlobeRiders' Helge Pedersen.

Fuel Line Guards, Fits all BMW R1200GS, GSA and HP2

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Part Number: 044-0405
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Touratech Fuel Line Guards for BMW R1200GS / ADV / HP2

Touratech fuel line guards protect the fuel lines and fragile injector connections on your BMW R1200GS or GSA. Rocks, branches, and often the rider's own boot can disable the boxer motor by breaking the plastic connection to the injector on the R1200GS.

Protect yourself from this pesky problem by installing a Touratech Fuel Line Guard set. Precision crafted at the Touratech Factory in Germany, these stainless steel guards are strong and light weight.

Touratech Fuel Line Guards are 100% compatable with BMW factory cylinder head guards.

Electro polished satin finish.

Installation is easy.

This new version replaced the older 044-0404 part number.
  • Number one selling fuel line guard world-wide
  • 100% compatable with BMW factory cylinder head guards
  • Fits all years of BMW R1200GS,GSA and HP2
  • Includes both right and left protector
  • Made of stainless steel
  • Electro-polished satin finish
  • Protection for your fuel injectors, injector connections, and fuel lines
  • Made at the Touratech factory in Germany

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The fuel line guards have been on my R1200GS for over a year now and so far have protected the connections well. The installation was easy and the product finish is good. Would be cool if they came in black.

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I have had these on my 05 R1200GS since I got it. The fuel injector connections are way too easy to break if you ride agressively standing up but these keep my knees clear of the delicate parts. They took a small ammount of tweaking to fit the first time and you really need an L shaped torx wrench to install them but they work perfectly once you get them on.

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Definitely necessary if you want to ride off-road. Even a small rock can break the clips on the injector electric connection or the idle controller. For a GS Adventure, I recommend removing the aluminum head guard first. You'll need spacer posts to move the head attachment points away from the head, to give room to put on the head guard. -1 because a) they're *real* finicky to put on without a l-shaped torx, the zip ties won't work on a GSA, and the instructions are terrible.

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Just installed these on my 2013 GSA, which went very well, particularly utilizing a small double box end, right angle ratchet wrench (set) I picked up at Lowes for $20. It's a nice little set that's small enough to stow on the bike as well. This tool eliminated the need to remove any guards for this install, however, fishing the cable ties through the frame was much more of a challenge...and agree with Joe, Touratech's instructions are awful.

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