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    Electrical Problem... R90/6

    I haven't seen anyone mention checking the fuses. There are a pair inside the headlamp on the circuit board. These protect both lighting and starter circuit.

    These are the old ceramic style,...
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    1975 R90/6 Original Owner

    rbryson:

    I purchased my '75 R90/6 in August of 1975... new, from Hendricks Honda in Charlotte NC. Back then, Rick had a bike shop on South Blvd, selling Triumphs, Nortons, BMW, and of course,...
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    R90/6 Rear Main Seal Leak

    Here's a pic of the new seal, as installed...

    http://home.roadrunner.com/~freebish/IMG8572.JPG


    The quick run-setup, without transmission. I needed to jumper the neutral switch cable for the...
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    R90/6 Rear Main Seal Leak

    Well, I installed the seal today, dry. Light buff on the flywheel surface to make sure it was smooth. Light oil on it too before re-assembly. Went in without a hitch. No leak observed during the...
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    Rear Main Seal Leak

    I just got a new seal from Bob's.. and it looks different from the one I installed originally. I see the "BMW" on the outer rim. I'll check for it on the leaky seal. It will be interesting if the...
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    Rear Main Seal Leak

    Thanks for the tips. Seems the consensus is to install a new one, dry, with a light lube on the flywheel sealing surface. I've ordered another one from Bob's and will give it a shot... and I'll...
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    75 R90/6 New Rear Main Seal Leaks

    Just finished a complete engine rebuild of my 75 R90 with 120k miles. Runs great, and I've put about 50 miles on the new engine. However, I noticed quite a bit of oil coming from flywheel area.. ...
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