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Jeggs and summit racing also carries the stuff.
yes, it is on the right side, as per my somewhat confusing post- "on the right side of the engine, find the oil cooler line and the temp switch is right next to it":german
Jedi mind trick- saw it on t.v. once, must be true.
When the muffler bearings fall out of the framistat.
on the right side of the engine, find the oil cooler line and the temp switch is right next to it. the oil PRESSURE sensor is on the left of the sump just above and aft of the oil window.
here in the states the Odyssey ships regular non hazmat because its an AGM battery, i.e. no spill. I've had the metal case 680 in my k for a few years- excellent battery.
You're not married are you?:laugh to steal a quote- " Hell hath no fury like a Significant Others wrath when you mess with their oven...":p
yep or oil. could have damaged or shorted the battery, or pulled a batt cable loose, admittedly damaging the batt with a tip over is rare, but it can happen.
dont forget IBMWR's website:thumb
I cant believe (actually, I can) they didnt tell you where the leakage was from primarily . ( I cant spell either:laugh ) you can hear it while its being done. ask them to listen at the oil fill...
thats true, my tensioner piston had a broken plastic "nozzle" inside, and I replaced the whole bit and my idle rattle reduced somewhat.
you should see this-
then look here, you'll have to turn the engine to see all rivets- remember, they may look tight, but could be loose. the only way I know to tell is disassemble :bolt but you can still look though.
I'm just going to (try) to add a few pics to IBMWR.org's tech. piece. it covers it real well. read here first: http://www.ibmwr.org/ktech/output-shaft-diagnosis.shtml
then remove this here part-
:thumb I have a "bomb" type testor for aircraft plugs and you'd be suprised
how many new plugs are bad from stock. ( or weak).
just got in, will look first thing tomorrow afternoon. (I have a spare engine on the bench)
try Hylomar- sparingly of course, it comes in light, med and heavy. :german
probably the wrong o-rings order them online from as cycles or maxbmw, there cheap and the correct size.:thumb
try here: http://users.erols.com/srweiss/tableifc.htm
the newer bmw engine seals are doo doo. they are now stamped out seal material as opposed to the old moulded type garloc seal. they're much cheaper to manufacture. They also dont last as long.
my 85 k100rt started life as a rs, the headlight was the same but I dont know about the bracket(s). I still have the rs rear drive though.
NAPA should carry this or order it. lps1 is a light lubricant though. the crc stuff is good.
I'm going out of town this weekend, but if you're in no hurry, I'll look at my k100 (85) and see if you can, if so I will take some picks for you. it will probably be wednesday though.
:laugh :laugh oh thats too good- I'm just starting to tear down the white k100rt for the same things- It all started with needing to change the headlight switch, since I need to pull the tank to...