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TOPIC: The BMW Guy Service Tutorial Videos & Parts

The BMW Guy Service Tutorial Videos & Parts 1 week 3 days ago #2964

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Saw this post on BMW MOA facebook - YouTube tutorial and service videos as well as selling BMW parts on his Website.
Kevin Johnson - Some of you know me and some of you don't, here is a brief introduction. I am a factory-certified BMW master tech with 13 years of experience under my belt working on BMW's
I went to school at MMI (Motorcycle Mechanics Institute) in Phoenix Arizona and graduated with a 4.0GPA and then was later accepted into the BMW STEP Program (only 8 people a year get accepted into STEP). After graduating with top honors I went on to work at a BMW Dealer in Wisconsin as their master tech.
After wrenching at a dealership for years I moved on to start work at Polaris at their R&D engineering facility as a Senior powertrain development engineer for their entire product lineup (Indian, RZR, Ranger, Slingshot...ETC)
Now I wrench on BMWs out of my shop at home on the side and have since started a YouTube channel to hopefully share my wealth of knowledge with you and everyone else, I will be doing tutorials on All BMW Models from 1923 to 2021 and everything in between. I have restored VERY RARE R32s to service new K1600s and R1250s. I am not your stereotypical YouTube mechanic, My goal is to have the #1 BMW service and tutorial channel on YouTube and I won't stop until I get there.
Please Subscribe, and watch one of my videos ????I try to keep the BS and small talk to a minimum and rather a straight-to-the-point approach. let me know what you want to see and what you think of my editing style. also if you are feeling generous please consider clicking the "Join" button on one of my videos! that really helps me out.
-The BMW Guy
"If loud pipes save lives, imagine what learning to ride could do!"
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