I traded my R1200GS (2011 model) - tidy - got £500-£1000 more than I expected from a dealer.
List price was £8499 back then in the height of summer, less my trade-in.
Just few farkles so far ...
I've replaced the rear seat cushion with a SW-Motech seatrack and installed a Givi tankring on it so have a Givi bag on the back - more info here: https://www.790dukeforum.com/forum/5...gage-rack.html
I recently added the PP foldable levers as they can adjusted really short which I like - much shorter that the OEM ones, especially the clutch.
I have the PP windshield to cut down on wind blast and the PP engine case protectors - not sure how much protection they would really provide but they add a little orange bling (my bike is black) - currently thinking about engine/frame crash bobbins - expensive EVO-tech (two bolts) or simple one bolt job.
Also got the PP tank protector grips to stop the tank getting scratched (mostly, though they look great) and some EVOTech spindle bobbins front and back.
I tapped the ACC1 power front and rear with some waterproof SAE pigtails from ebay that I made up and wrapped in loom tape for power. The rear lives under the seat until I need it, the front sits under the handlebar risers.
Bought an Optimate SAE-USB adapter to plug in to these when I need it:
... this is great because it detects when the then engine is running - when stopped it supplies power for 3 hours then switches off so no battery drain.
My phone can go in a QuadLock fitted case and attach to the handlebars (so below the dash) - it gets power via a stubby 6 inch rubbery USB cable to the Optimate.
That's it for now - seems a lot but did it over the last two months a bit at a time.