Here is our latest build from November Customs, a tribute to the 1986 Marlboro painted BMW R80GS that took part in the Paris Dakar. We've loved this bike for years and have always wanted to make something like this but not having a R80 we decided to use the K100 we did have. The work we've done is plenty from front to back, nothing has been left untouched that needed doing. Here's a list of what i can remember but also please study the pics as these speak a thousand words and are part of the description.... New tyres front and back, Continental TKC80 Rebuilt brake calipers, front and rear, with new pads and seals New braided hoses and stainless banjo bolts and bleed nipples front and rear Rebuilt front forks using hyperpro internals/fluids along with new seals. New gators New Acerbis front guard and headlight to match New renthal bars with renthal grips and renthal bar ends New digital speedo, this is wired into a BEP.3 control box, have a read on what these do for the BMW K bikes and how much easier and better they are for modified bikes. One off bespoke metal side panels to cover the radiator and to clean up the lines on the tank. A new seat The engine has been cleaned, checked and serviced, all is sweet and with only 45000 miles on this is considered low mileage for one of these. The air box, plenum chamber and coil cover have all been hydro dipped in a carbon fibre effect and look amazing Reconditioned uprated bosch fuel injectors New battery A new YSS rear shock New TEC rearsets on one off aluminium plates One off subframe made to alter the lines of the frame as this is a common complaint about the K100's as the frame lines just don't match the tank etc, now they do. The subframe has a rack which has a new acerbis bag attached. A new led tail light New indicators front and rear Original down pipes cleaned with a new intermediate pipe made for this bike linked to a short stubby can which isn't that loud The frame, wheels yokes, risers where all powdercoated. The bodywork professionally painted.