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    New to me

    I just added a 3rd bike to the stable a 1992 R100R. It needs some love but it's all there. I got the ignition electrics sorted and now waiting for a new rotor to fix the charging system. I checked the carbs and they looked clean so I put a splash of gas in the tank and with a new battery it fired up and ran well. I need to put the instruments back together, the plastic studs are broken, and some other stuff but I hope to take it for a ride soon...

    This is my first Airhead!

    Cheers,
    Jim
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    Welcome, Jim! Let the fun begin!!
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    '78 R100/7 & '69 R69S & '52 R25/2
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    camped out in Stecoah NC with a guy riding this one.

    i really wanted one like that after i saw this one
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    74 R90/6 (also know by bride as the Black Hole). 09 R1200 GS. My wife, 1953 model who has survived aplastic anemia and a bone marrow transplant.

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    What is it

    What is the year and model type of that one ?

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    P Monk
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    R100 model year?

    I am thinking he said 93?. That was last fall and it looks like the one on the trailer so it could be a 92. Looking at rear shock I am thinking it may be Ohlins. I loved the Parabellum fairing. Much as I love my 1974 I would have traded on the spot. I think he said it was a classic edition and came with the peanut valve covers. I have a friend with a GSPD about that age, and it rides like a dream.
    P. Monk
    74 R90/6 (also know by bride as the Black Hole). 09 R1200 GS. My wife, 1953 model who has survived aplastic anemia and a bone marrow transplant.

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