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    Wow! Lee has forgotten more about K75s than most...

    Wow! Lee has forgotten more about K75s than most will ever know, and generously (and patiently) shares his knowledge with any and all who ask. I'd suggest withholding opinion of him for some other...
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    Sticky: Man that stinks! Fortunately replacement...

    Man that stinks! Fortunately replacement Tupperware isn't hard to find - check kbikeparts, re-psycle, Beemerboneyard, IBMWR, eBay, etc.
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    Sticky: Too funny! I envy that commute, much less clutch...

    Too funny! I envy that commute, much less clutch work!

    We should meet up at the marina sometime this spring and kick tires.
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    Sticky: Hey Chris - you wouldn't happen to commute to...

    Hey Chris - you wouldn't happen to commute to Alexandria on it would you? I pass a guy on a White K100RS on the GW parkway by National Airport almost every morning as i am heading in on my K75RT....
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    Hey Bruce, I saw those lights at TrakAuto too -...

    Hey Bruce, I saw those lights at TrakAuto too - did you wire them in to the running rear light or brake lights? How did you do the wiring?

    Thanks!
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    Is there a color code on the loose wire? Coming out of a bundle? Is it bare at the end or does it have a connector? Pics always help :)
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    '94 K75RT - Clutch Adjustment (Solved)

    Hi Folks,

    Lately the might K has been downright finicky about its shifting, well, even more so than a typical K. Yesterday morning I had the bike on the centerstand when I started it and noticed...
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    That was a helpful response..... According to...

    That was a helpful response.....

    According to the IBMWR K100 FAQ:
    http://www.ibmwr.org/ktech/k100-faq.shtml
    The PnP fuel guage is not available on the '85 without significant modification. That...
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    All of that. I was caught up in one a few years...

    All of that. I was caught up in one a few years ago in Arlington Virginia - I was questioned for a bit (I am guessing to try and determine if I had been drinking) then asked to produce all the...
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    BMW Motorcycles & Google Streetview

    I'll admit, I've been addicted to Google Earth, Google Maps, and Google Streetview for over 8 years now. In some of my wanders I've seen some interesting things - no less, BMW Motorcycles!

    So how...
  11. Thread: K75 Choke issue

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    Thanks folks, I have recently replaced the vacuum...

    Thanks folks, I have recently replaced the vacuum buttons as well as the crank breather hose - I have not however measured the lift at the idle screw. Looks like slot #1 on the weekend chore list...
  12. Thread: K75 Choke issue

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    K75 Choke issue

    Ok, I know it is really an idle enrichment adjuster, but it is acting up nonetheless. The first notch does nothing, no change in idle speed, no affect on cold start. The second notch does work, and...
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    Spent a long weekend riding eastern West Virginia...

    Spent a long weekend riding eastern West Virginia (and western Virginia). It was magnificent! Stopped by the Hermitage, it is still closed and for sale but at least someone is keeping it up. And...
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    Fox TC for a '94 ABS K75 RT?

    Hi Folks,

    I need a new rear shock and have a line on a (very) used Fox TC. Anyone know what model number is made for the ABS-equipped K75RT? Also, anyone have any thoughts on rebuildability...
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    Sadly the Hermitage has been closed for years,...

    Sadly the Hermitage has been closed for years, unfortunate as it was a great place over the years to base out of for exploring a couple days of back roads. The Highland Inn in Monterey is just a bit...
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    Often with these aging machines one thing may not...

    Often with these aging machines one thing may not be noticeable, it is when two or three things happen they do become noticeable. What you are describing sounds like it could be unmetered air...
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    I'm not surprised, but I am disappointed ;)

    I'm not surprised, but I am disappointed ;)
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    Probably because it is short for "The United...

    Probably because it is short for "The United States of America." Sort of like how folks from the Dominion of Canada call themselves Canadians, from the Republic of France call themselves French, the...
  19. Thread: 91 K75s wider bars

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    Also consider the K100 Standard bars - I believe...

    Also consider the K100 Standard bars - I believe similar rise and setback of the K75C bar, but a little bit wider. I put them (along with the heated grip kit which included the bar, NLA...
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    Funny you mention this. A few weeks ago I was...

    Funny you mention this. A few weeks ago I was following a new Tahoe on my '94 K75RT across the Virginia countryside on a straight but narrow 2-lane road boardered by stone walls and thick trees. I...
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    That is an awesome amount of work, there is a lot...

    That is an awesome amount of work, there is a lot on that list that I need to do myself :)

    I commute on mine, though granted the RT fairing can get a bit warm in the summer it is awesome in the...
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    I saw your left over parts ad on CL not 20...

    I saw your left over parts ad on CL not 20 minutes ago - too bad you didn't have a spare Ohlins ;)

    To echo Lee, yes I think if you plan on keeping it for the long haul, and you should, it is well...
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    A good place to exchange US to Canadian is Tim...

    A good place to exchange US to Canadian is Tim Horton's, good coffee too. For larger amounts I usually use an ATM, from my own bank (Citi) for lowest fees.
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    The director's name is Jason Headly ;)

    The director's name is Jason Headly ;)
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    Attack the opinion, not the man.

    Attack the opinion, not the man.
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