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"Minor electrical problems" shiver

There was a $400 K100RT sans fairing near me. I went and had a quick look...probably should've bought it for parts. The owner had used a spoon to braze over a hole in the muffler and the ignition switch was zip-tied under the seat area. It also looked like it sat really high in the rear, I asked and he said it was a GS shock.
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NM ~ Not Mine - Just Compeled To Post It Up / Re: $800 rideable K100RS Wisconsin
« Last post by herseyb on April 09, 2020, 10:22:02 PM »


however prolly be in the herseyb machine shed in short order...

j o

 :jsdd   :laughing1:
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Looks like a stock 16 valve exhaust.  Wonder if the headers are cracked.
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NM ~ Not Mine - Just Compeled To Post It Up / Re: $800 rideable K100RS Wisconsin
« Last post by duckhawk on April 09, 2020, 07:15:39 PM »
The exhaust is aftermarket, no?
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The Motobrick Workshop / Re: So, I have this thing and it has value
« Last post by AtLarge on April 09, 2020, 06:05:28 PM »
greetings...

i takes all that heat management baffeling out of my bricks cause me thinks it holds in the heat which becomes superheated which is gonna roast you anyway...

no baffels = free flowing air = non superheated air roast...

j o

Thanks Johnny.  Kind of what I was thinking too.  Just take it off and let it flow.



If you have any of the other parts posted in the fiche I would be interested in buying them from you

I really don't know what all I have yet as I haven't made it through all the parts that came with the bike.  I will keep you in mind though.  I do have all the body components but, the innards not sure about yet.
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The Motobrick Workshop / Re: So, I have this thing and it has value
« Last post by Filmcamera on April 09, 2020, 05:25:23 PM »
If you have any of the other parts posted in the fiche I would be interested in buying them from you
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Welcome To Motobrick.Com / Re: A fresh brick in the household
« Last post by The Mighty Gryphon on April 09, 2020, 05:18:52 PM »
A set of 6 point sockets goes a long way to avoid rounding off the more stubborn nuts.  Lots of penetrating oil is very useful(tip: WD40 is not penetrating oil).
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Welcome To Motobrick.Com / Re: A fresh brick in the household
« Last post by volador on April 09, 2020, 03:55:12 PM »
A decent length mudflap is needed to protect the belly pan. On mine I went a bit further and used truck bed liner on the parts that were subjected to stone chips. See here 4 mudflaps and a dog dish for 90 cents. http://www.motobrick.com/index.php/topic,7914.msg57755.html#msg57755
Regards Martin.

Oh Crikkey, a bloody 4 mudflaps and a dog dish for 90 cents. I've now seen just about everything this site has to offer.

Thanks for the tip and link Martin. Its a great idea, one I shall certainly use.
Great to get a bit of Dad humour into the start of the day too.

No Dad Pants here mate
Good day
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Welcome To Motobrick.Com / Re: A fresh brick in the household
« Last post by g4s on April 09, 2020, 03:47:49 PM »
Thanks for the tip and link Martin. Its a great idea, one I shall certainly use.
Great to get a bit of Dad humour into the start of the day too.
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Welcome To Motobrick.Com / Re: A fresh brick in the household
« Last post by volador on April 09, 2020, 03:44:48 PM »
Looks like brown onyx on this side of the globe. I need to get me eyes checked.
Quite the find probably one of the lowest mileage bricks left in the southern hemisphere.

Patience, penetrating oil, heat gun and/or torch on those stubborn bolts and nuts. Or a BFH
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