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  1. Thread: ABS on K75

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    I think ABS is a good thing. More than once I...

    I think ABS is a good thing. More than once I have had the rear ABS activate in the same scenario you describe. Last week the FRONT activated in a normal stop. There must have been some unknown slick...
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    My seat shipped from Laam today. No notice from...

    My seat shipped from Laam today. No notice from him, but got an email from FEDEX.
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    Laam did my seat using a BMW comfort(Corbin)...

    Laam did my seat using a BMW comfort(Corbin) base. It looked good and was an improvement, but put pressure on my tailbone.
    I sent it back for adjustment and have heard nothing since.

    I bought an...
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    The first K bikes had fuel strips and BMW had to...

    The first K bikes had fuel strips and BMW had to go to floats due to the strips being no good. Looks like that lesson was lost in the following years.
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    Seth Laam-seat builder Redding Ca.

    Is he still in business? He won't return my calls and now his Email comes back as not deliverable.
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    http://bakerbuilt.com/bbairwings/airwings.html ...

    http://bakerbuilt.com/bbairwings/airwings.html

    Scroll down the page for your bike.
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    Looks like the Canadian models are different...

    Looks like the Canadian models are different than the US ones.
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    1. Pull the front corner toward you. This can be...

    1. Pull the front corner toward you. This can be tight.

    2. Move the front of the cover downward to unhook the middle fastener. If you pull outward on the middle, the cover hook will break!
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  9. The overtemp light does not "self check" when the...

    The overtemp light does not "self check" when the key is turned on. If the fuel is fairly low, then it is normal that the fuel warning light is on when on sidestand and not with bike upright.
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    http://www.motobrick.com/index.php?topic=460.0 ...

    http://www.motobrick.com/index.php?topic=460.0

    This, along with stuffing foam insulation in the fairing cracks(spray insulation would be messy) and insulating the fuel lines made my 91 75RT...
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    On my 91 75RT ABS the link between the pedal and...

    On my 91 75RT ABS the link between the pedal and the cylinder is adjustable. I would suggest 14mm or so free travel measured at the end of the pedal.

    I had mine tighter for a while and the brake...
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    http://www.eilenberger.net/K75S/IgnitionSwitch/ind...

    http://www.eilenberger.net/K75S/IgnitionSwitch/index.html

    Try this.
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    How long have you owned the bike? There may be a...

    How long have you owned the bike? There may be a friction knob on the bottom of the housing that is keeping the throttle from returning.
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    Clutch '91 K75RT

    91 K75RT 100,000 miles-70,000 by me. Starting to get a little engine oil at weep hole. There is no clutch slippage. What parts should be changed while I am in there? I want to avoid having to go...
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    Anonymous book came today.

    Anonymous book came today.
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    Are the new books in the mail?

    Are the new books in the mail?
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    Change the shim. It is not uncommon for the...

    Change the shim. It is not uncommon for the intakes to tighten a little, however the exhausts have tightened more often on my 91 75RT. I would do all the valves and run it for 5000 miles or so and...
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    Thanks to all for the replies. Three years/30,000...

    Thanks to all for the replies. Three years/30,000 miles ago I had oil in the coolant and took the pump to the dealer. They changed the seals and the shaft. I may buy a $400+ pump before taking it on...
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    Has there been a case of a minor drip like mine...

    Has there been a case of a minor drip like mine turning into a "stop the trip" leak with little warning? I have seen car radiator hoses drip a few drops while standing in cold weather.
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    91 K75RT coolant drip

    On two different occasions I have seen dime sized coolant drips under the oil/water pump weep hole. Both times were after being parked for several days in a cold garage. I have never seen a drip...
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    Kartoffel Kartoffel now. Would like to see left...

    Kartoffel Kartoffel now. Would like to see left side to see how they hooked it up. Doesn't look like there is any room for a transmission.
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    I thought they looked familiar, so I checked my...

    I thought they looked familiar, so I checked my 91 K75RT tank. They go on ribs on the left side of the pump bracket. Short on rear and long on front.
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    You must have a radio for the satellite unit to...

    You must have a radio for the satellite unit to play through.
  24. Two small cans of DOT4.

    Two small cans of DOT4.
  25. You will get more answers on the Wedge K- Bikes...

    You will get more answers on the Wedge K- Bikes sub forum.
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