1973 Bmw R-series on 2040-motos
BMW R-Series description
1973 BMW R75/5 LWB with original toaster tank.
This /5 sports the original toaster tank that has been POR-15 resealed. brand new straight Karcoma petcocks, new and correct Continental braided fuel lines and fuel filters.
The 32mm Bing carburetors have ultra-sonic cleaned through 3 cycles and fully rebuilt with all new gaskets, O-rings and diaphragms. All cables have been replaced: clutch, front brake and both throttle. The top end was removed for cleaning and inspection and everything was very good to include: valve guides, springs, seats, piston rings etc...
All were cleaned and reassemble with new PRT seals, gaskets. Exhaust nuts and related exhaust parts were all properly coated with anti-seize for ease of future maintenance. The bike has newly installed and correct "cigar style" mufflers. The original bars were replaced with a pair of German made Euro style low bars(originals will come with it). The seat is also new a made to correct fitment from the U.K.. The Motometer gauge set has a new ring seal installed by Palto Alto Speedometer.
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Moto blogMon, 24 Oct 2011 00:00:00 -0700
Musings of a liter-size engined Kawasaki Versys have circulated the web for a few years now, as loyalists of the likable Versys 650, as well as displacement-driven riders waiting in the wings, have pondered the potential of a more powerful adventure bike from Kawasaki that’s in the same league as BMW’s R1200GS and Yamaha’s Super Tenere. Alas, nothing of the sort has ever left the lips of Kawasaki, let alone go into production. Recently, however, the French motorcycle website, Moto-net.com, has produced convincing images that appear like photos of a complete Versys 1000, including matching hard luggage.Tue, 22 Jun 2010 00:00:00 -0700
The very successful viral video BMW created for its S1000RR sportbike earlier this year has yet again been made fun of by another manufacturer, this time being Aprilia with their RSV4. Now I am sure its not going to get the same amount of attention as the BMW spot but I love a good cat fight, hopefully BMW will respond… stay tuned. Get the Flash Player to see this player.Mon, 17 Dec 2012 00:00:00 -0800
BMW has initiated a recall on the 2012 and 2013 S1000RR because the side stands may not have been correctly installed. According to Transport Canada, the side stand attachment bolts may loosen, causing an S1000RR to fall over while resting on the stand. At the moment, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has yet to announce a recall, but American members of Motorcycle.com‘s S1000RR Forum say U.S.
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