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Two L-Jetronic Fuel Injection Control Units, both from running K75 bikes.
Part numbers and prices as follows:
   1990 K75rt - 13 61 1 460 627..$65.00 obo plus shipping
   1994 K75c - 13 61 1 464 238 (revised part #)..$65.00 obo plus shipping
Buy one or both, cheap enough to have as a spare, or for trouble shooting.
REDUCED to $50.00 each plus shipping

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Duhh :idea2: it goes to the Flux capacitor. He has hit the switch and gone back in time, that's why he is not answering. He is currently being chased by Velociraptors and once safe he'll answer. :sip:
Regards Martin.

Or, he could be minutes into the future, reading these posts, and thinking "I really stepped in it this time." I think it's a "gift" from the engineers who designed the brick, many of whom spent their later years designing wee-toys with intricate bits for Kinder Eggs.
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I just can't take the time for a fly n ride.Thanks for the replies though. I'll keep looking closer to home.
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The MBdotCOM Community Center / Re: What Age is the Average Motobricker ?
« Last post by Soggz on Today at 05:06:18 PM »
Young enough not to give a f&Łk,but old enough to know better.
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I should have said "have made for me", but yes I used to make brake lines for cars (copper brake line, mainly for hydraulic Citroens using LHM) although I wouldn't attempt these!  Thanks for your help guys, I will use that reference no to get the 2 braided hoses made up! 

All the best,

Steve
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Duhh :idea2: it goes to the Flux capacitor. He has hit the switch and gone back in time, that's why he is not answering. He is currently being chased by Velociraptors and once safe he'll answer. :sip:
Regards Martin.
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The Motobrick Workshop / Re: Does anyone know what these fittings are?
« Last post by johnny on Today at 04:04:57 PM »
galfer is not reliable...
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The Motobrick Workshop / Re: Does anyone know what these fittings are?
« Last post by Laitch on Today at 04:02:15 PM »
This also illustrates that I should be clearer in my original posting!  Although this identifies the hoses, what I am trying to do is make 2 stainless steel braided hoses to replace these - hence why I want to know what the end fittings are.
You were clear enough to me. I just wanted to verify what you were seeking. Email MAX BMW, Spiegler or Galfer and maybe they'll let you know.

Do you have much experience making brake lines?
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Hi Laitch

No I hadn;t seen that one and you're absolutely right those are the hoses, part nos 1 and 5 in Diagram #34_0636.

This also illustrates that I should be clearer in my original posting!  Although this identifies the hoses, what I am trying to do is make 2 stainless steel braided hoses to replace these - hence why I want to know what the end fittings are.

Others may have views on whether or not there is much point in braided hoses here, but I think it might be an improvement.

Thanks again

S
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The Motobrick Workshop / Re: Does anyone know what these fittings are?
« Last post by Laitch on Today at 03:30:19 PM »
. . . nobody I have talked to knows what the 2 old hoses are, and I haven't found them listed on the usual microfiche/parts catalogues on line.
Is this one of the usual microfiche/parts catalogues you use? I believe I see them in the Anti-Block System (ABS) diagram and its parts list under Brakes.
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