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  1. So that explains the white device mounted on the...

    So that explains the white device mounted on the back of the mounting plate (not shown on the MaxBMW drawing) that goes from zero to infinite ohms. I guess that is what the owner meant by his fuel...
  2. Since the lines seem a little stiff I am guessing...

    Since the lines seem a little stiff I am guessing that they should really not be in the tank. Seeing that the bike only has 3,900 miles on it and all of the other internal hoses in the tank are dry...
  3. R1100S Boxer Cup Replica inside fuel vent/overflow lines

    I am working on a friends bike (2004 R1100S) and it seems the previous owner was a little challenged. Without listing all of the things wrong I have a question about the vent and overflow lines...
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    Mick-o-Pegs are another option

    I bought these a few years ago.
    http://www.ridingiswonderful.com/page23.php
    A bit pricey but all the other styles require much longer legs and even then your legs have to be in an awkwardly high...
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    Go to the following link where one of the...

    Go to the following link where one of the documents is how to make a HES timing test box.

    http://users.rcn.com/dehager/
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    Try the following link

    http://www.bmwmoa.org/forum/showthread.php?t=24334
    Or search "R1100RT Side panel repair" with Google
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    I have something that should work

    The inset bushing that you lost is either meant to be pressed into or glued into the part. I have one that is meant to be threaded into the base material but it should work for you. The one I have...
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