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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by ricochetrider, Jan 30, 2012.
Last Sunday morning in Las Alpujarras.
Sadly your link to photos didn't work... Jeremy
Hey Durtwurn, Linky no worky!
Looks like I forgot to post a pic of mine and have just been looking at the bikes here.
This is a couple of years ago. New Corbin with backrest now and lots of stickers on the bags... Lights etc.
85 K100RS with a Honda Hurricane front end and an F2? front wheel.
200? R1100RS rear wheel. Turbo kit. Superbike bars.
It is a fun bike and hits corners better than the tall skinny stock tires.
Turbo will lift the front.
Like all the bikes here.
Honda front end? Turbo? Blasphemy!
Got any more pics or details?
No not working.... Jeremy
Negative Houston , we can not copy that transmission.
Awesome job you did to that bike, Now Im curious, what year is she, has she got a different front end and brakes on it, any other mods, how many miles... Now Im thinking its a K1100 after looking at pics...
Wow sorry for so many questions, cheers Jeremy
She's a bone stock 92 K100 RS 16 Valve(last yr of the K100), no mods except a solo seat, metallic brown/root beer paint and flat powder coated rims.
Stock front end and brakes.
I have K lov.
Have owned '04 KGT, and '91 K75S.
Currently own '86 K100RS, restored with t*rbo (can be seen on K100froum under restorations), and '87 K100RS Motorsport. Both machines run like beasts, are beautiful, and are classically modern.
I salivate for a K1, but need one like a lobotomy.
Here's to you K bike lovers,
Link did not work, so here's Johnny! Or rather a photo of my '93 K75S. Nice rider but needs new tires. I have been riding my R80RT until I put new rubber on the K. This is my third K75. And, my second S model. The first was the same without ABS. Smoothest bike I have ever owned.
And here is meself with the K.
And, one more. The K bike is a good medium distance tourer. Of course it'll go farther. I have traveled and camped quite a lot with this one as I do with all my bikes.
Durtwurm, Nice bike, nice pics, an great to see, thanks heaps for sharing...
Some years ago a friend had a K75S, an i got to do a 200km ride on it, back country an lots of windy roads, was a nice smooth ride, not owned a K yet, but will before i get much older...
Hey, anyone here interested in an excellent condition Aeroflow windshield (touring) K100RS/K1100RS
Been in storage, received it w bike but never used.Pics upon request, no cracks or scratches, 8 on a 10 scale shape.Has the velcro on shield, would need to buy the velcro for the bike though (hardware store/Aeroflow site).
PM me it's going cheap!
Nice job on the root beer RS looks great!
Thanks Jeremy. The K75 has the smoothest engine of all the brick K's. I've owned three and am considering another ( K75RT ).
Quick question -
I had to perform an on the street battery swap on my 92K 100 (abs) RS today, the old battery wasn't starting in the cold, and it had been sitting for 3 plus weeks on the street while I was away for business. (no trickle charger).
So charged up an exact replacement (Odyssey PC680) and swapped them. Wow, forgot how annoying it was to change the battery in this K, having to remove the ABS brain and un-plug that massive connector cable etc.
Put it all back together, started right up, checked all the ABS connections, etc. But the ABS lights now flash constantly, even after the over 5 mph rolling test (always did that).
What did I do to make the brain read fault, was it just unplugging battery? How do I re-set?
Me and the Mrs On my K75C heading back from France
My K1 - I loved that bike. Fantastic touring machine