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bone13 06-12-2013 07:29 PM

Airhead Flea Market Discussion Thread.
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by nmalozzi (Post 21610965)
Looking Bing series 64 float bowl, gasket and clip. I know I can source the gasket elsewhere if need be, but having a harder time finding the float bowl and clip. Thanks!

What bike and side is this carb off of?
I have a left side float bowl
part #13111335316
Fits
R100S 76-80
R100RS 76-84
R100RT 79-84
R100CS 80-84

New in box $35+ shipping

nmalozzi 06-12-2013 08:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bone13 (Post 21632262)
What bike and side is this carb off of?
I have a left side float bowl
part #13111335316
Fits
R100S 76-80
R100RS 76-84
R100RT 79-84
R100CS 80-84

New in box $35+ shipping

It's for a 78 R100rs, and I'm looking for the left side. Do you have the clip as well, or just the bowl?

Related note/question: does the side matter for the bowl? I'm new to these bikes, but the bowls look the same on both sides. Just curious.

bone13 06-13-2013 09:43 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nmalozzi (Post 21632713)
It's for a 78 R100rs, and I'm looking for the left side. Do you have the clip as well, or just the bowl?

Related note/question: does the side matter for the bowl? I'm new to these bikes, but the bowls look the same on both sides. Just curious.

Sorry, I don't have the clip.
Yes they do matter as left to right. As I recall fuel overflow pipe is on different side on each carb bowl

Hit me up on PM if you want it, and we'll work out the details

Plaka 06-13-2013 10:01 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bone13 (Post 21636069)
Sorry, I don't have the clip.
Yes they do matter as left to right. As I recall fuel overflow pipe is on different side on each carb bowl

Hit me up on PM if you want it, and we'll work out the details

The casting is the same for the L and R bowls. The overflow/vent tube is left of center on both. However the starting circuit jet is on the R on one bowl and on the left on the other. If you have a removable jet you can convert a right bowl to a left or vice versa by pulling the jet, pulling the plug on the jet bore on the other side, drilling and tapping then plugging the other bore.

In a pinch you can use the off side bowl and just not have a cold start circuit.

disston 06-13-2013 11:14 AM

These parts are still available according to the micro fisch at Max BMW;

13 11 1 254 765................Clip........................... ............................4.86

13 11 1 335 316................Bowl, Left (from 9/78)..........................43.90

13 11 1 335 317................Bowl, Right (from 9/78)........................43.90

The dates, from 9/78, doesn't make sense really but this is the only part listed and it is in the right part of their fisch and it is listed as a 40mm carb. So I suspect they will work.

BTW, there were apparently chrome bowls available in that year but they are NLA.

boxerboy81 06-13-2013 09:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by disston (Post 21636776)
These parts are still available according to the micro fisch at Max BMW;

13 11 1 254 765................Clip........................... ............................4.86

13 11 1 335 316................Bowl, Left (from 9/78)..........................43.90

13 11 1 335 317................Bowl, Right (from 9/78)........................43.90

The dates, from 9/78, doesn't make sense really but this is the only part listed and it is in the right part of their fisch and it is listed as a 40mm carb. So I suspect they will work.

BTW, there were apparently chrome bowls available in that year but they are NLA.

15ukp from motobins.:evil

bone13 06-14-2013 06:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Plaka (Post 21636209)
The casting is the same for the L and R bowls. The overflow/vent tube is left of center on both. However the starting circuit jet is on the R on one bowl and on the left on the other. If you have a removable jet you can convert a right bowl to a left or vice versa by pulling the jet, pulling the plug on the jet bore on the other side, drilling and tapping then plugging the other bore.

In a pinch you can use the off side bowl and just not have a cold start circuit.

Yep after pulling out the bowls I have, your 100% correct! nice to know on the "in a pinch part"

Plaka 06-15-2013 05:53 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ozmoses (Post 21649362)
No interest?

You bump it but you don't say what it is or even link the original post. So I gotta figure out what you got. Then you don't say where you are so I gotta PM you to find out if the shipping is going to kill me.

Got to work a lot to get interested...


Have to wonder how a tire that gives great handling aggravates an old injury. That is very much a new one for me and I though I heard all the backstories...

ozmoses 06-15-2013 06:09 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Plaka (Post 21649413)
You bump it but you don't say what it is or even link the original post. So I gotta figure out what you got. Then you don't say where you are so I gotta PM you to find out if the shipping is going to kill me.

Got to work a lot to get interested...


Have to wonder how a tire that gives great handling aggravates an old injury. That is very much a new one for me and I though I heard all the backstories...




Don't you have anything better to do?

Plaka 06-15-2013 06:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ozmoses (Post 21649495)
Don't you have anything better to do?

Than look at something you have for sale? Yes.

Trust me not to do it again---I always consider the seller and you just raised your flag.

Cya.

ozmoses 06-15-2013 06:36 AM

Aye,Aye, Cap'n!:war

disston 06-22-2013 06:06 AM

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Originally Posted by Kt-88 (Post 21699982)
I have a Corbin dual canyon seat for my r90/6 and would rather have a seat/cowl combo ala r100. Anyone interested? PM me for pics and monetary transactioning.

If you plan to use the /6 gas tank then the seat that fits is either a LWB /5 or a /6. When the R100's came out in 1977 they got a longer gas tank so an R100 seat with a /6 tank has a giant gap between tank and seat. Or do you fancy an RS or S bike seat with a cowling? They use the longer /7 tank so same problem.

http://imageshack.us/a/img571/6439/whitebmwimg0509l.jpg

This is a Corbin, of course, seat is for a /7 but it is on a bike with a /6 tank. Some riders say they don't mind. :lol3

Kt-88 06-22-2013 08:48 AM

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Originally Posted by disston (Post 21700819)
If you plan to use the /6 gas tank then the seat that fits is either a LWB /5 or a /6. When the R100's came out in 1977 they got a longer gas tank so an R100 seat with a /6 tank has a giant gap between tank and seat. Or do you fancy an RS or S bike seat with a cowling? They use the longer /7 tank so same problem.

http://imageshack.us/a/img571/6439/whitebmwimg0509l.jpg

This is a Corbin, of course, seat is for a /7 but it is on a bike with a /6 tank. Some riders say they don't mind. :lol3

I'm sure I would mind, but I'm also sure I could fix it. Slightly relocating the tank or the seat or both doesn't seem like too big of a deal to me. Although to be honest I like the r100 tanks better also.

Plaka 06-22-2013 09:23 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kt-88 (Post 21701676)
I'm sure I would mind, but I'm also sure I could fix it. Slightly relocating the tank or the seat or both doesn't seem like too big of a deal to me. Although to be honest I like the r100 tanks better also.

You can't get much moving the tank. It hits the frame where the tubes flare out. You can move the seat forward, but then the subframe sticks out the other end--and it's a lot of work because of the under seat contours.

disston 06-22-2013 10:26 AM

Moving either the seat or the tank would not be easy. I would put some design effort into that before pulling the trigger.


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