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The Motobrick Workshop / Re: Fuelpressureregulator issues...I Guess
« Last post by Enfield on Today at 10:46:16 AM »

Be sure the fuel tank hoses high-pressure, submersible fuel injection hoses fixed into position with the correct clamps fully tightened. The fuel hoses outside the tank should be high-pressure fuel injection hoses with the correct clamps fully tightened. If they aren't as described, replace them.
Yeah - Thanks.
 Did change everything after it bursted open. The outside ones are AN hoses - also used for hydraulics.
 Regards
Chr


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The Motobrick Workshop / Re: Fuelpressureregulator issues...I Guess
« Last post by Laitch on Today at 10:41:11 AM »


Be sure the fuel tank hoses high-pressure, submersible fuel injection hoses fixed into position with the correct clamps fully tightened. The fuel hoses outside the tank should be high-pressure fuel injection hoses with the correct clamps fully tightened. If they aren't as described, replace them.
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The Motobrick Workshop / Re: Fuelpressureregulator issues...I Guess
« Last post by Enfield on Today at 10:33:45 AM »
It fired right up:-) time for a beer!!


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The Motobrick Workshop / Re: Fuelpressureregulator issues...I Guess
« Last post by Enfield on Today at 10:21:46 AM »
Thank you for trying to help me out....Think I am going to start my Bike in 10 minutes .... and drink a couple of cold Beers.....
Think the picture says everything


At least I have a spare regulator...
Once again Thank you...
Regards
Christian


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The Motobrick Workshop / Re: Fuelpressureregulator issues...I Guess
« Last post by Enfield on Today at 10:10:58 AM »
I am lost ...
Got a New regulator... and a meter for fuelpressure.... the fuel send it out of scale as it only goes to 100 kpa.... but I am sure the pressure is there as one of my New hoses in the tank burst open because of pressure!
 Did a Reading on the vacuum - about 15-20 in-hg... but the needle bounces up and down.
 And a picture of the regulator mounted...and still no fuel through....
Regards
Christian



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The Motobrick Workshop / Re: drive shaft destroy k100rs 1991
« Last post by Kevinb on Today at 08:02:10 AM »
Thanks mate,


she's going to BMW today, so I guess they will put the NBU30


But I will look into it for the futur


Thank you
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The Motobrick Workshop / Re: K75 Fuel Cooler
« Last post by Laitch on Today at 07:58:49 AM »
I might end up moving mine there if it turns out it is too close to the engine where it is and so does not work properly.
It might be somewhat effective where it is, but it might be much more effective mounted away from the engine as in your post's image. I believe it could be integrated onto the outside of the cowl more attractively than with zip-ties though. Outside seems to be the way to go.

Once you're underway in the midst of hot weather, your thighs will tell you what to do, if you're on speaking terms with them. :giggles



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Repair Guidance / Re: 87K100, elec issue
« Last post by Laitch on Today at 07:42:29 AM »
The diagram in the flow chart seems to show a ground to frame "#9". I only have one ground leaving battery and that goes to the side of the transmission. Where do I look for the frame ground.
The picture is deceiving, the bottom of the picture is the front of the bike.....
The picture is of a frame and components within it—not of the transmission—so that should act as a clue that there is ground connection on the frame, too. That's no deception. The main tubes are depicted in their linear relationship to each other. That's no deception, either. The problem comes trying to find them and not having x-ray vision—a few components need to be moved out of the way. It appears to me 67TigerMk11 might not understand that ground wires can come from equipment to ground connections; they don't just come from batteries.

I can agree though; it's always helpful to know up from down, front from rear, above from below, especially in social situations and motorcycle riding. :giggles
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The Motobrick Workshop / Re: K75 Fuel Cooler
« Last post by Filmcamera on Today at 07:17:09 AM »
I have seen them hung on the outside of the mesh in front of the radiator, not very pretty there but it works - I might end up moving mine there if it turns out it is too close to the engine where it is and so does not work properly.

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Repair Guidance / Re: 87K100, elec issue
« Last post by Scott_ on Today at 06:54:49 AM »
The picture is deceiving, the bottom of the picture is the front of the bike.....
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