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    trusty ol' 86 K100

    FBFC0B79-DCA5-4EB4-AA4D-4D5BAD59908A.jpegMy first dip into the BMW ocean, she's a smooth runner, hardly feel and engine vibes at all. Not going to win any races, but she is reliable. I have replaced a leaking brake cylinder and the original clutch cable (almost snapped while in downtown traffic!) but overall a well-mannered bike. Ive upgraded to an oilhead recently, so i'll pass her along to someone who most likely will turn her into a bobber. Windscreen is from Australia, new last year BMW 1986 K100.PNG
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    2002 R1150R & 1986 Naked K100

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    Registered User barryg's Avatar
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    K100

    Naked K100's are cool.

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    Frankenbike

    My 2004 K1200GT project bike

    IMG_20190727_113252344_HDR-1.jpg

    Ted

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    I always thought BMW needed to have another model of this bike as a more "naked" version to show off the motor.
    2014 R1200 GSA, 2015 KTM 690 Enduro (Sold: 1992 K75S, and miss my 2004 R1100S)

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    My 1985 K100RS. First BMW bike.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 81664 View Post
    My 2004 K1200GT project bike

    IMG_20190727_113252344_HDR-1.jpg

    Ted
    More pictures, please!
    Greg Feeler
    Ambassador & amateur K-Bike collector, it seems
    1972 R75/5, 1990 K75, 1990 K1, 1992 K75S, 2003 K1200RS

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    Thanks for the additional pictures! That is an amazing customization and I think many people would not recognize it for what it was. Very nicely done!!
    Greg Feeler
    Ambassador & amateur K-Bike collector, it seems
    1972 R75/5, 1990 K75, 1990 K1, 1992 K75S, 2003 K1200RS

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    Quote Originally Posted by GREGFEELER View Post
    Thanks for the additional pictures! That is an amazing customization and I think many people would not recognize it for what it was. Very nicely done!!
    What Ted said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GREGFEELER View Post
    Thanks for the additional pictures! That is an amazing customization and I think many people would not recognize it for what it was. Very nicely done!!
    Thank you. It was a fun project.

    Ted

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    Quote Originally Posted by 81664 View Post
    Thank you. It was a fun project.

    Ted
    How did you manage the spoked wheels?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffDiCarlo View Post
    How did you manage the spoked wheels?
    The wheels are from an R1150GSA. Installation on the front was pretty straight forward, although I did have to machine a spacer, change to different spec seals and I used the rotors from the K-bike. The rear required use of a GS caliper and rotor as well as some machining of the final drive housing to accept the GS style ABS sensor.

    Ted

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