R 1100/1150 GS/RT/RS/R/S throttle body repair kit

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  1. Dan Cãta

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  2. wildwestrider

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    I keep getting an error message now that says "PDF Document failed to load" with a button for "Reload". But when I click it,....I get the same "failed to load" error message.
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    Hmmm, Looked like I was getting somewhere with the new link,....but never loaded the doc. Now, its taking me to that same home page for Sugarsynch again.
  4. Dan Cãta

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    Please send me your email address in a private message and I will email you the instructions... OTher than that, I really don't know what to do.
    I think it has to do with your internet connection dropping for a short time and that cancels your pending download...

    Dan.
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    Now back to "failure to load pdf document"
  6. Dan Cãta

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    Other than sending the file to you via email... I really don't know what to do to help...
    This is not a problem for anyone else, perhaps you can try on a different computer/device...

    Email sent!

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  7. PaleDragon

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    I am currently attempting to install your kit on my 99 r1100gs. My pulleys are pressed onto the shaft not bolted. What is the best method to get it off? currently have it in a freezer and then will attempt to use a punch to knock it out. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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  8. Dan Cãta

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    Nice try with the freezer, but not needed.
    You can just punch them out using something <5 mm in diameter and a hammer.

    I use the bench wise opened at ~ 10 mm, put a long 15mm socket over the jaws, drive the spindle trough the socket and between the jaws, then hammer th spindle out using one of the broke screw extractor bit from the set.

    It does not take much since the brass is soft, and it will slide out of the pulley, clean.

    Dan
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    Many thanks. Will do that tomorrow.
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    Ok, lmk how it works.

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    Emailed you, thanks.

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    Hi Dan i have A BMW R 1150 GS from 2006 and i need a Throttle Body rebuild, can you help? regards jens from Denmark
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    Hi Jens,

    Sure! I will send you a message and an email.

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    Hi Dan - recently purchased a '96 1100 GS with 130K. After reading this thread, I have all the symptoms of worn TB bushings. There's quite a bit of horizontal play in the cable pulley and the TB quiets considerably when you "adjust" it by hand. Please can you send me information on purchasing your kit? What are the inherent concerns if the bike is still ridden with this problem?

    Glenn S.
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    Wow, 153K+ topic reads :)

    @Glenn / @bigmexicanwoman

    The 1100gs is a very nice bike, my first Beemer was a 1100gs.
    You can either purchase the TB kits via the webstore here - https://boxer-upgrades.webs.com/apps/webstore/products/show/1850626 - add 2x in the basket or send a direct payment via paypal, I will PM you the details.

    The sooner you fix the intakes, the better. A worn intake will not let the engine run right, smooth, it will make it surge, have an inconsistent idle run.
    You first have to fix the intakes, then sync the throttles and then enjoy a sweet running bike :)

    Please let me know if you have any other related questions.

    Thanks,
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    Are the bushings still problematic? I order the kit from Beemerboneyard
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    No issues whatsoever, everything is good and well, for years now :)

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    @Dan Cãta

    Nice! I have 45/109 and 45/110. I put an order yesterday through beemerboneyard before I found this forum and that u take orders via email. Are u shipping internationally? I just need a kit asap! My right TB is so bad. My r1100s only has 35k miles. How the hell do the shafts wear out so fast? The shafts on the bing carbs last practically forever.
  20. Dan Cãta

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    I do ship internationally, but if you are in that much of a hurry, beemerboneyard would be a faster way to get parts to you ;)

    Not sure how the 800/1000 carbs were built, never got around to open these...

    Dan.