Exactly what I was looking for. Good price, took all of 4 seconds to install. Only complaint is that if you don't have it lined up completely straight, you'll click one side in while the other side is outside the clip and it is very hard to undo.
The AM26 is the tire I will keep buying. I have put 100k miles on a BMW R80 over the past 30 years. That’s a lot of tires. I generally use 2 rears to 1 front, and the AM26 looks to be the same. AM26’s track and hold – wet or dry – as well as any of the stickiest tires I’ve run, and I’ve run a lot, in the search for THE tire. I have over 6k on the current AM26 rear. I think it will go about 6,700 before it’s done. For comparison, my average rear tire mileage in this price range is about 4.5-5k. A Shinko 230 ( a fine tire), at half the price, will go 3-3.5k, but it will square off badly, in the process. The AM26 hasn’t done that, it’s worn in the center, but holds a curved profile – and, has gone twice the distance. Once a tire brand and model satisfies your surface traction requirements, it all comes down to price and the tire changing frequency you’re willing to endure. The Avon AM26 is, to date, the optimal tire for my needs – a good balance of traction with longevity.
I have not yet installed the Bike Master True Gel Battery into my 2004 BMW R1150R. It appears that it will fit, I surely hope so!!!
I did buy a Bike Master True Gel Battery for my 2007 Suzuki VL800 and it fit perfectly and has been working for 19 months with no problems. The Suzuki does not have ABS and two outlets and suck power like the R1150R does. Time will tell.