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  1. Chronicles of my adventure in this area ...

    Chronicles of my adventure in this area

    http://www.bmwmoa.org/forum/showthread.php?48594-Perplexed-R90-6-Still-No-Electric-Power&highlight=

    If you have a solid ground connection and don't have...
  2. What did you do with the original wheel that had...

    What did you do with the original wheel that had the bad splines? If you still have it, maybe that is a solution for you.

    Barron
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    I think that is a really good comment. Makes...

    I think that is a really good comment. Makes sense. You have to weigh your experience, whether you have somebody knowledgeable to assist, if you already have the specialized tools, and other...
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    Absolutely. What could go wrong? Barron

    Absolutely. What could go wrong?

    Barron
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    There are a couple of really good alternatives...

    There are a couple of really good alternatives for spline/rear dive repair. You should get replies from some folks with recommendations. I had a good experience with Hansens. My rear drive started...
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    Lots of options, so you will probably have to...

    Lots of options, so you will probably have to decide on a couple of parameters. Hard cases? OEM or aftermarket? Soft bags?

    I have a 1974 very similar to yours and have had the touring cases for...
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    I've had luck taking the cover off of the flasher...

    I've had luck taking the cover off of the flasher relay, running a strip of fine sandpaper between both sets of contacts and giving everything a good spay with electrical contact cleaner.

    Barron
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    +2 on the LED from Motorrad Elektrik ...

    +2 on the LED from Motorrad Elektrik

    http://www.motoelekt.com/lighting.htm

    I know it is a bit more $$ than a replacement bulb, but wow, what a difference in visibility for folks coming up...
  9. Check this out for a great description of the...

    Check this out for a great description of the canister and shim requirement -

    http://www.largiader.com/tech/filters/canister.html

    Kudos to Anton for making info available.

    Barron
  10. The collected wisdom on Brown sidestands - ...

    The collected wisdom on Brown sidestands -

    http://www.bmwmoa.org/forum/showthread.php?65002-Locate-Old-Post-Brown-Sidestand-Install-(Improved)

    I agree with you, major improvement over the stock...
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    I'll take a shot at it. My bike is a 1974 R90/6,...

    I'll take a shot at it. My bike is a 1974 R90/6, so might be fundamentally different than your 1976, but on the chance it is close, here is how mine is wired.

    I only have 7 connecters. Pin out...
  12. Well, keep looking. Like i said, they seem to be...

    Well, keep looking. Like i said, they seem to be NLA for a bit and then come back.

    Barron
  13. The Grand Touring grips in your picture...

    The Grand Touring grips in your picture (correctly identified by Lew) have been around for a long time. Every once in awhile, they are not available, then they come back.

    I like them a lot. They...
  14. This is one of those jobs that takes three hands....

    This is one of those jobs that takes three hands. I think it is easiest done if you disconnect the return springs at the carbs so you don't have pressure on the cables.

    Barron
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    Looks nice. Congrats. Barron

    Looks nice. Congrats.

    Barron
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    Could be something as simple as a bit of grit...

    Could be something as simple as a bit of grit between the float needle and the seat that you can flush out by taking off the bowl and letting it run a bit. Could be the float is breaking down and...
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    I have a 1974 R90/6 that I have owned for awhile...

    I have a 1974 R90/6 that I have owned for awhile and (mostly) thoroughly enjoyed. Every model/year has pros/cons (my opinion), so hard to find perfection. The '74 is unique in that it still has...
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    Some info here: ...

    Some info here:

    http://www.bmwmoa.org/forum/showthread.php?58056-Original-BMW-Tool-Kit

    Barron
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    Another validation of the rule that 9 out of 10...

    Another validation of the rule that 9 out of 10 electrical problems are actually a bad battery?

    Good deal getting it fixed and great that you have Mr. Parkhouse within towing distance.

    Barron
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    Keep an eye on this Motorrad Elektrik link and...

    Keep an eye on this Motorrad Elektrik link and when the new edition of the Boxer Charging book comes out, buy it and keep it in your tank bag. Once you have the book, you won't have any more...
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    I don't have same model as yours, so don't know...

    I don't have same model as yours, so don't know which of the relays is the starter. Kurt is probably right, it is one of the three gray boxes. But, from the picture, hard to tell if those things...
  22. Food for thought - probably good you are going to...

    Food for thought - probably good you are going to go back and look at the carb sync. It is actually really simple, but something that takes practice, so you have to do it 10 times are so before it...
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    Yes. Feed the behind the diode board (kurt's...

    Yes. Feed the behind the diode board (kurt's idea about protecting with shrink tube is good), then put some armor all or a bit of silicon lube on them and slide them through the grommet. Then you...
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    Important first question. Maybe try the...

    Important first question.

    Maybe try the shorting method first. Inexpensive. Could even make your own. As an example, $10 here (half way down the page) includes instructions.
    ...
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    My 74 R90 came with the solid rotors (no holes). ...

    My 74 R90 came with the solid rotors (no holes). I could never get rid of the squeal. I tried various cleaning and deglazing methods for the rotors, replaced the pads, and it would always come back...
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