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  1. Thread: Carb rebuild?

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    Carb rebuil thanks!

    Great advice from y'all. I think I'll only skip the welding tip cleaner, however, as brass is a bit on the soft side.

    The Carb Doctor's booklet is the Bing Booklet and it is full of good info for...
  2. Thread: Carb rebuild?

    by Bullfrog
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    Carb rebuild?

    OK, I have the Carb Doctor booklet so the drawings are very clear. But.....where can I get the hard parts, jets, screws, etc? Aside from cleaning everything and replacing the O-rings and gaskets,...
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    Wonderful Rally

    Steve,
    Kudos to all your compadres for setting up a great rally once again.:bow

    When I got home, I gingerly extracted the "nail" from my rear tire and waited for the "s-s-s-s-s-s-s-s" It never...
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    Cigar??????

    There is a wonderful couple of shops in the area. Pipe World in the La Fontera Shopping area just off IH35 south (my favorite) and Hero's and Legacy in the Arboretum shopping area on the south bound...
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    Ethanal free petrol in Texas?

    I apologize if this has been covered already.

    Does anyone know of non ethanol stations in Central Texas? I'm running carbs and can't quite yet afford the $200.00 float kit from BING.

    Happy...
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    The Airhead will be there

    It will probably be the R75 as we are still awaitning calipers and master cylinder from England for the R90. Stainless steel linings on those puppies.

    Just did a service yesterday on the R75 and...
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    07 GSA to R75/6

    I sold my 07 GS Adventure (it is a great machine BTW) and have come back to the airhead fold. As the weather permits (most days here in central Texas) I'm taking my frau's '76 R75/6 to work.

    I...
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    Thank you!

    Sounds good. I'll be there (unless I'm in Afganistan) as I had a good time last year. Maybe we'll see a tent try to escape again this year.:doh
    Dave
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    National Texas Rally?

    Anyone out there know if there'll be a rally this spring in Tejas? I've been out of touch for awhile and sure would like to hang around with some like minded folks.

    Unfortunately, my GSA is no...
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    Windshield for R75/6?

    This R75 has R100CS bars mounted so the original National Cycles screen's mounting hardwar can not fit. I tried modifying them but they are still too big.

    This is my wife's bike and she is a bit...
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    It's OFF

    Well, I routed the overflow line down through the left footpeg bracket and put vacuum line caps on the two nipples on the "box" and an official BMW cap on the throttle body. Seems to run just fine...
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    Baeuty, eh!

    Sweet! I'll see ya there. Unfortunately, my SO has an appointment Sat afternoon and since she's a teacher, no luck on friday off. I'll be stag.
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    Tent reservations?

    Does anyone know if a reservation is needed for a tent spot or do we just pay at the gate and find a spot?

    I'll be there Friday afternoon.
    Dave
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    Charcoal Cannister '07 GSA

    While changeing my shocks out, I broke one of the plastic nipples on the Charcoal Cannister and rather than buy a new one(rather pricely I'm sure), I thought that maybe I could delete it...
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    Great Site

    Thanks, Marchyman. I hope I can get the front shock lower nut off:dunno and on!

    I think I'll do the rear one first as that is my leaker and mayhaps have an expert assist me on that front.
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    Ohlins install on '07 gsa question

    Hey Folks,
    I imaagine this is old hat to many of you but I have come to the time that the shocks on my GSA have worn out. I diecided to purchase Ohlins as a replacement.

    I went with the standard...
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    October Training in SC

    Is there anyone here in TX planning or contemplating heading to South Carolina for the BMW training sessions Oct. 16-18th?

    I've never really taken my GSA onto anything worse than old graded dirt...
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    Paul, Losing weight!?!?!?!?! Isn't that the...

    Paul,
    Losing weight!?!?!?!?! Isn't that the truth!;) I might even bring the R75 instead of the GSA. Especially now that I have a large tank to go along with the small original tank. Only thing is, I...
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    I haven't done much fun riding this summer and am...

    I haven't done much fun riding this summer and am feeling a bit low about that. This announcement has lifted my spirtets and given me something to look forward to. It is just before my birthday so I...
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    The venue was quite pretty. Too bad the weather...

    The venue was quite pretty. Too bad the weather threatened and kept the numbers down. Could the Easter weekend have something to do with the low turnout?

    My wife and I stopped by and visited a...
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    Paul M. I'll probably stop by Friday and maybe...

    Paul M.
    I'll probably stop by Friday and maybe Saturday afternoon/evening. I've got to see Keith's Mot-Go-Kaputzi as my Bayrische friends used to call them.

    Try to get Di to come along, too.
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    Gooser and Smug stuff

    Paul,
    I suppose we can let Keith tag along on his old Goose. After all, he'll need all the support he can get with folks wonderin what the heck that thing is.

    'Sides, they do sound really neat....
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    Ooooppps

    Sorry, Steve. I was typing fast and didn't proof read the submission. You are in fact Steve H not Paul H.

    Sorry:whistle

    Dave
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    Great!!!! Wow!!!!

    Steve, Paul and Paul,

    Great advice. Reading first hand accounts sure makes the maps I've been studying come alive! (Still don't rely on the GPS)

    Paul G. I will at least honk.

    Paul M. are you...
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    Big Bend Ride Advice?

    After living in Austin for 15 years, I think it is about time to see the Big Bend. I've gone to the Fort Davis area and loved it!

    Some old school buddy and new friends from the Dallas area and I...
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