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The Motobrick Workshop / Re: Fuel pressure regulator?
« Last post by BlitzenGruv on Today at 12:06:59 AM »
All right, let's try another tack. Will lower than normal pressure from the fuel pump cause the regulator to cut off fuel flow?
Grasping at strays here, I just wanna know why I have fuel to the input of the regulator but not at the output.
Just to be sure, the input is at the rear, and the output is at the side? Doesn't make sense to have it any other way due to the routing of the hoses but "engineers" have been known to make stoopid design decisions.
Project Classic Motobricks / Re: New old 1991 K100RS 4V
« Last post by riots100 on Today at 12:02:05 AM »
Got the bike back together.  I plan on installing aux driving lights, but I haven't decided where I want to mount them yet.  The common places seem to be on the lower forks, near the brake calipers or under the front fairing.  I will want to make any mounting look like it came from the factory.  The headlight relays are in and working.  The headlight seems a tad brighter.

The brakes feel the same but at least there is fresh fluid and new lines.  All the other rubber hoses look new and the bike runs like a champ.  Although, while riding around last night, I noticed that the instrument light for the fuel gauge is not working.  I assume that there is one, since I see the fuel temp gauge all lit up.

I'm going to do another shakedown ride along Mulholland Highway on Saturday.  I'm thinking that she is good to go and that I'll tackle other issues as they come up.
The Motobrick Workshop / Re: Constant power on high-beam wire
« Last post by Skunky on August 15, 2018, 10:22:01 PM »
Hi - This very much depends on where the 5v is coming from. Is it coming from the Bep output, or is coming from the Koso I would suggest removing the wire from the BEP and measuring the BEP output and the wire to the Koso separately. 
The Motobrick Workshop / Re: What Did You Did To Your Motobrick Today ?
« Last post by zenitramnaes on August 15, 2018, 09:20:33 PM »
New brake lines are made and in. New clutch cable in although looks like I'm missing the adjustment screw at the levers. Took apart the throttle bodies in order to clean up and install new intake boots, fuel lines, and vacuum hoses.

I also see an awful lot of surface rust,

Owning a Russian bike that sees plenty of roadsalt, we probably have different ideas on "an awful lot of surface rust"  :eek:
You're welcome Motorhobo. I had the parts you needed and passed them on. That's as it should be. We should all help each other when we are able. Many happy miles to you !
Everybody cuts off the rear loop.  I'm gonna do a real custom job and cut off the steering head.  I'll bet none of them cappuccino racers done that yet.
getts you some...

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MH, not sure what picture you looked at but the pic I see of the speedo says 117996......
I also see an awful lot of surface rust, makes me think it spent a fair bit of time stored outside.......
FS WTB WTT ~ Bikes ~ Parts ~ Gear / Re: WANTED: Flapper for K75 / K100 gas cap
« Last post by Chaos on August 15, 2018, 06:03:23 PM »
I'm saving mine so I can revert the bike back to bone stock when it becomes priceless collector's motorcycle  :hehehe :hehehe
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