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post #46 of 48
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Originally Posted by TheMarchingMule View Post
I'm surprised this topic has grew this large.

For me, the RS-1i is the version that far surpasses the vintage RS-1 and buttonless RS-1 mainly because it eliminates the huge mid-bass hump that annoyed me for so long.
Do you happen to recall whether the buttlonless RS-1's (before 'i') eliminated this 'mid-bass hump' as well, TMM?
post #47 of 48
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Originally Posted by cwoo View Post
On a sidenote, all versions of BMWs must be "improved" since they all end in "i".
Well, since the "i" stands for "fuel-injected", then yes, they are improved over the old versions that used carburetors.
post #48 of 48
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Originally Posted by UNHchabo View Post
Well, since the "i" stands for "fuel-injected", then yes, they are improved over the old versions that used carburetors.
You know it! (back in the '80s)... but now it is just a marketing gimmic bc people were dissapointed when they removed the "i". I have a feeling that the "i" will remain on the grados for quite sometime too.
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