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    I bought a tranny for my R1100RS a few years back...

    I bought a tranny for my R1100RS a few years back from Idaho and it proved to be a great buy. Mine was the old style from 1994 built with open bearings which were vulnerable to all kinds of swarf...
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    buttons

    I used replacement buttons from Dan Cata in Poland. Less than 80 bucks shipped for the set. All his are alike. He does not include those with the wire spring inside. Mine have served well thus...
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    hose

    Nothing at all to add but THANKS to one and all for the morning giggles.
    Well Done!
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    system cases

    I hope you get it all sorted out. I agree that we are all different in needs and perspectives. My airhead cases were fine at the time and before that the bates were fine on the old goldwings (75...
  5. question

    Is this misalignment present in only 99/2000 oilhead 1100s?
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    Good information to have. Thanks for the input. ...

    Good information to have. Thanks for the input. It is just a matter of testing on shorter trips with a lot of trial and adjust. It is presently set as the PO set it and I think his best settings...
  7. Thread: 1994 r1100rs

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    Good advice on the previous replies. These...

    Good advice on the previous replies.
    These early RS bikes came with tranny bearings that relied upon the transmission oil for lubrication. If they are still in there they will likely fail. I...
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    Techlusion Performance Fuel Injedction Control

    After close to 2000 miles with the device I will keep it. Mine is model R259 and it requires the Oxygen sensor, the OEM "Cat Code Plug" and the TPS set to BMW specs. I use slightly more fuel with...
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    Thanks David. I will have a long trip next week...

    Thanks David. I will have a long trip next week covering at least a thousand miles so I will have a chance to experiment. It will be interesting.
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    Dobeck EFI - Is it needed?

    I just brought home my third R1100RS. It is a 2001 with low mileage and has the addition of Dobeck Performance EFI. I have been quite happy with the performance of the 1994 models and would love to...
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    Master Cylinder

    I got mine new from Beemer Boneyard. Then I had the old one rebuilt locally with a stainless steel lined cylinder. Haven't needed it yet but the rebuild cost about 80 bucks.
  12. Tranny questions

    Hello and welcome! Please visit this site and browse around to find his very good piece on the M94 transmission. www.largiader.com/
    also,
    This member has recently rebuilt his M94. You might...
  13. noise

    It most likely a transmission issue. I replaced the tranny in my 1994 R1100RS at 68,000 miles but my first R1100RS had the change made under warranty at 28,000. On the replacement I was fortunate...
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    oops

    Ken is it possible that one wire was not re-connected to the ground terminal on the battery? If not you might try a wire from the ground terminal to any of the ground connections on one of the...
  15. Thread: Highway Pegs ?

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    pegs

    I tried these Jim and could not keep the cover bolts secure. I think some riders use them but they just did not work out for me. I ride very few days longer than 300 miles and have gotten...
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    Brake Lines

    I have made dozens of brake lines using Earl's materials and cutting the lines with a simple cable cutter. Mine came from Harbor freight for cheap and it does a great job of cutting the sheath and...
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    Welcome Skwoosh has been wonderful for my...

    Welcome
    Skwoosh has been wonderful for my backside on both my Corbin and factory seats.
    It will not solve the pillon angle problem is there is one but is really has been a great remedy for those...
  18. leak

    Great to see a simple resolution. Remember my massive leak last summer?
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  19. leak

    +1 on the oil line upper banjo connection. Massive leak might be more than just a loosened bolt. Hoping for an easy solution.
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    Jammess I love that color! It is my all-time...

    Jammess I love that color! It is my all-time favorite.
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    repair

    +1 on the JB Weld. I have an RS fairing that has been wrecked and repaired with what appears to be MarineTex, another hard epoxy product. It also adheres to the ABS very well.
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    Long ride today. No leak. All is well. Thanks...

    Long ride today. No leak. All is well.
    Thanks to all who commented.
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    Speaking of dripping - My exhaust can was covered...

    Speaking of dripping - My exhaust can was covered with a thick layer of baked-on motor oil. While I was cleaning up the boss I sprayed the crud on the can with carb cleaner and it did no good at...
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    Done!

    I finally located the collar, had my son turn the ID to 20.5mm and then did some final fitting with a file. The collar is in place and tightened.
    It's a bit cold for a test ride (mid 30's) but the...
  25. Thanks Don. I have not checked anything yet...

    Thanks Don.
    I have not checked anything yet except the fuses and relays. As soon as I get the plastic off I will begin with the battery connections and see if I can find ground issues. I...
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