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    Registered User argent brick's Avatar
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    Hi Jim, Did you ever manage to sell your K12?
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    Not yet officially on the market. Now looking at selling the K13S and getting a track bike. My wife is thinking maybe it would be good to sell all the bikes!?!?? We are about to list the Inn for sale as we begin work with our architects for our home in San Miguel de Allende, MEX. So, all this will take a while, but right now, theoretically both the K12RS and the K1300S are for sale, I will probably list them both in the next week on Craig's list, etc. I do have a line on a couple of good track bikes to cover me, but having to 'drive' to Sacramento weekly in a car when I could ride these wonderful roads is pretty tough to consider.....
    Jim Douglas '00 K1200RS >135,000 miles my primary bike again,
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    As a temporary fix to get you home, could you remove the hose and plug the opening on the plenum?
    Ron

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    Quote Originally Posted by roncooper View Post
    As a temporary fix to get you home, could you remove the hose and plug the opening on the plenum?
    Yes, but you would get oil coming out of the crankcase end. Probably best to leave it in place and change it as soon as you get home. You'd open up more cracks taking it off. Small cracks for a couple hundred miles are better than big cracks for less. But change it ASAP.

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