Interesting machine. What size tank is that...it's not the stock /7 tank. Also, unless it's the angle of the photos, the valve covers are on the wrong side...those lines on the outside of the cover should go straight from carb to exhaust header.
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'78 R100/7 & '69 R69S & '52 R25/2
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The early bird might get the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese.
Wow, that bobber is a gorgeous bike!
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1995 K1100RS (sold)
2001 R1100RT (sold)
Looks like a "stock" /5 or /6 6.3 gallon.What size tank is that...it's not the stock /7 tank.
"It is what you discover, after you know it all, that counts." _ John Wooden
1973 R75/5 - original owner
Thanks Ron! I hope you noticed your contribution. That was actually installed this morning with 3M Extreme 20LB mounting tape. Out of everything on this bike, that little cowl badge would be the hardest to have to replace. Looking forward to many years and many miles on this one.
1991 R100 GS "Bumble Bee" , 1981 R80G/S (work in progress)
2010 Husaberg FE450
Past BMWs: '68 R50/2, '77 R80/7, '87 R80GSPD, '76 R60/6, '85 K100RS
Nice work on that CS.The S and CS are my favorite of the Airheads.I may convert my '78 RS to an S over the winter.
1978 R100RS Motorsport
1977 Triumph Bonneville
1980 Honda XL500S