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    NormanDeeley
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    My anniversary edition

    Here is my 83 Anniversary model Anyone have info on final drives? Mine shows 10 mph faster than GPS
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    Quote Originally Posted by NormanDeeley View Post
    Here is my 83 Anniversary model Anyone have info on final drives? Mine shows 10 mph faster than GPS
    What do you want to know?

    If you look on the rearend near the flange that attaches to the swingarm there is a set of numbers like 33/11 or 32/10.

    There is also a number at the bottom of the speedo face.

    There is a chart that says what you should have.

    they have to be correct to get the right speed reading.

    But BMW Speedometers are known to be optimistic!
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    Here is a pic of my former love 83 100RS. Great fun, but I 'fit' better on my RT P1010010.jpg
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    nice bike, nice pic

    finally its spring
    yahoooooooooooooooooooooooooo



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    Getting ready for the Old School Spring Fling Rally. Blue Ridge Parkway here I come!


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    WOW, Boxboy. That is a thing of beauty!

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    Nice bike.....but

    Quote Originally Posted by Boxboy100 View Post
    Getting ready for the Old School Spring Fling Rally. Blue Ridge Parkway here I come!

    What is the purpose of the sideways mounted clock on the instrament cluster?

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    Nice SHOP !!! Pretty nice bike too
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    I recognise the green machine as a vertical milling machine. Is the gray machine a drill press?

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    New picture of the Evil Bumblebee

    Newly powdercoated front engine cover--not looking evil at the moment. After costing me $312, she is pretending to be good.


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    Here is a pic of my R100CS that I've had for about 18 months. Just finished new brakes on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGWILLIE View Post
    Here is a pic of my R100CS that I've had for about 18 months. Just finished new brakes on it.
    jw
    And what brakes they are!! You have a fine bike there Jagwillie


    Welcome to the forum. You sure entered with a splash

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    Thanks.

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    Question Braking changes

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob_M View Post
    And what brakes they are!! You have a fine bike there Jagwillie
    Yes, what braking changes did you make?? More info please??
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    The rotors are 300mm EBC rotors with spacers and 4 piston calipers with adapters to hold the calipers. The machining and layout was done by my friend James Banke from Banke Performance in Felton, CA. He specializes in this type of mod. The pads are FA, they grip well and are easier on the rotors than the HH type. New bearings and seals front and back. I cut the rear drum and put in Ferodo shoes. It has way more braking than stock. The master cylinder is the stock 15mm. Braided stainless lines, SJ upper triple tree, lower fork brace, and Progressive springs make up the rest of the front end. I've worked on it for the last 18 months and will continue to. The bike is one of my favorites.
    jw

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