|05-03-2012, 01:48 PM||#1|
Joined: Dec 2010
Location: San Diego
Airhead Flea Market Thread - Keep Discussion to the FM discussion thread!
WTB: LWB seat for /6 in excellent condition.
Did I put this in the right section?
'11 BMW F800ST - '02 BMW R1150GSA - '72 BMW R60/5
Other bikes to appear above shortly, rest assured...
|05-03-2012, 10:21 PM||#3|
fine beer sampler
Joined: Dec 2010
Location: Bothell, Washington
|05-04-2012, 08:14 AM||#4|
Joined: May 2002
Location: Marin County, California
Fuck Cancer. Ride bikes. - dave + tina
|05-04-2012, 10:18 AM||#5|
Joined: Nov 2003
Location: Chico, California
|05-04-2012, 11:27 AM||#6|
Joined: Apr 2003
Location: Malfunction Junction, Oregon
WTB: Map Window for early Airhead GS TankBag
Have the bottom harness/ strap, looking for the top section.
Can use expand-o mid-section too if available.
For R80G/s or R100GS.
"If you run into an asshole in the morning, you ran into an asshole.
If you run into assholes all day, you're the asshole." -Raylan Givens, Justified
|05-07-2012, 03:07 AM||#8|
Joined: Jul 2008
Location: South Africa
Looking for R100GS tank
Good day you all.
I am looking for a R100GS or R80GS 24 litre tank. Does anyone have one they are willing to part with and to ship to South Africa for me!! Please guys its for my HPN look alike project!
|05-09-2012, 08:21 AM||#9|
Joined: Feb 2009
Location: Atlanta, Ga
Looking for the 2 clips that hold those self tapping screws that secure the tail light lens to the black plastic unit on a /6
Can't seem to find the right size for those clip things in any hardware store!
**edit: Btw, I posted this in the general for sale/wanted thread and no one saw it. Posted it in airheads and 2 people immediately responded. I think this area is going to work out nicely.
1974 BMW R90 /6
1968 Bultaco Matador MK3
1973 BMW R75 /5 Toaster LWB
1969 Bultaco Bandido MK2
2013 Husqvarna Terra TR650
blaine.hale screwed with this post 05-10-2012 at 06:38 AM
|05-09-2012, 09:37 PM||#10|
Joined: Apr 2012
Location: Los Angeles, CA
WTB: Early 70s 75/5 Black
Im looking for an early 70s R 75/5 in black. Preferably in perfect working order and good cosmetics.
Prefer non-toaster but may consider toaster as well.
|05-10-2012, 06:36 AM||#11|
Joined: Apr 2008
WTB: Saddlebag mounts for Krauser bags
Looking for some stock saddlebag mounts for the Krauser bags on an 81 R100. Need the ones for the "seat belt" type latches.
|05-04-2012, 06:36 AM||#12|
Blinded by Science
Joined: Sep 2009
Location: Atlanta, GA, USA
If this add is still up .... SOLD!!!:
1978 R100RS Naked (as a smooth 800cc). $3,500 obo.
Please read and feel free to PM me.
Frame is an original and straight (and well ridden) BMW R100/7, subframe straight and original as well. Frame is matching numbers with engine. The block has 125,000 miles on it (70's R engines routinely go 250,000 miles on the bottom end before they need new bearings). In the last 10,000 miles:
Tires: Front has about 3,000 miles left, Rear has 5,000 miles left
New Front End: The original ATE Front end just didn't stop well. I swapped it (and rebuilt the forks) with a 1983 BMW R series forks. This has twin Brembo front end and now stops properly. This came with a new master cylinder with stainless steel brake lines, and new throttle. It also has a custom aluminum billet top to the triple clamp which makes the ride that much more stable and sure. I bought some after market headlight ears to match the new brushed aluminum look to the bike.
Bars: BMW 'S' bars from a 1974 R90/6.
Heads, Pistons and Cylinders: The original pistons and cylinders had 116,000 miles on it, and to be honest, they were cooked. The entire top ends were swapped with a 1985 R80RT that had 19K miles on them. The pistons and connecting rods were balanced. The heads looked great (have the newer seats for unleaded gas). Now it's one of the smoothest R Engines you will ever hear or ride. I put slash 6 valve covers on it purely for the 'deco' look of them. The peanut valve covers just fit the bike better in my opinion.
Carbs: I tried to save the original Bings, but they were to far gone. I swapped them with Mikuni CV-32s. These were the Japanese 'standard' carb for all Jap bikes from the 1960's to the 90's. They are simple, easy to clean, and dead reliable. I think they have better performance off the line, but are very similar to the Bings at speed, and in fuel consumption.
Rear: All splines have been lubed and are in great condition.
Speedo: The speedometer is a new ACEWELL 2802 (http://www.acewell-meter.com/c0_1.php?pid=3&bid=11) . This is a smaller unit than the original speedo, but this one is completely digital, and all the warning lights work.
Tank: The tank is from a 1975 R90/6 Slash 6.. Is has a beautiful coat of paint on it, and the interior has been coated to prevent rust and be compatable with today's ethanol laced gas.
Seat: The seat is a Corbin designed to be compatable with the /6 tank.
Wheels: The wheels are the Snowflake wheels from the 1983 R series bike.
Transmission: It is the transmission is stamped 1979 . . .. So before I bought the bike, the transmission had been swapped with this one. It shows no sign of decomposition (no metal in the oil) , but I have no idea when it was swapped.
Final Drive: It retains the original 32/11 final drive. The splines were recently lubed and look great.
Luggage Rack: An old Krauser Luggage rack off an 1974 R90/6. It has a little rust on it, but it looks right.
Bags: The Bags I bought on craigslist from an old Shriner. They were on an old panhead that was used in the parades.
Other 'News': New Starter (Bosch), New Stator, New Diode Board (Rectifier), Oil Changed ~500 miles ago, New air filter, New Headlight bulb, New Points plate, Condenser, and Points, New Voltage Regulator, New Starter Relay, Timing Chain, New clutch, HGK Ignition Cables, and Bosch plugs.
Take a you tube tour: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbQjG...ature=youtu.be
This bike is ready for 2 up riding from here to San Francisco. It will cruise at 75 mph all day long. It gets about 43ish mpg (depending on the strength of your wrist )
I have had many Airheads. I am currently 'going big' on a G/S project ... Since I got the '91 GS I simply haven't ridden this bike. It's time to pass her on.
Have questions? PM me. Thanks, Fred
'85 R80RT G/Sified <|> '91 R100GS Bumblebee (103K miles and climbing) <|> '73 R75/5 LWB
Airhead Zen: Ride - Repair - Ride - Maintain - Ride - Repeat
Beater screwed with this post 07-05-2012 at 06:36 PM Reason: STILL FOR SALE!
|05-04-2012, 08:32 AM||#13|
Joined: Apr 2009
Location: Chico, CA
Two R100GS or R Dual stock seats for sale
1 All Black Dual seat for R100GS or R100R :
- Excellent condition
- $250 shipped CONUS
1 Black and Grey Dual seat for R100GS or R100R :
- Good condition
- Missing the rear latch
- $200 shipped CONUS
|05-04-2012, 12:27 PM||#14|
Joined: Aug 2009
Location: idaho falls, id
i have a couple headlight buckets and a fairing (in rough shape) for what i assume to be a R series bike. i got these spare parts with the R60 i bought. i do not have photobucket so, if you contact me, i can text/email pics. for the right price i would ship but i prefer local pick up. thanks
|05-04-2012, 11:32 PM||#15|
Joined: Jul 2009
Location: So Cal
Trade /7 seat for RS Seat
I have a really clean /7 seat that I would be interested in trading for an S or RS seat.
Let me know if I'm dreaming or not.
Here is the only picture I have right now, I'll take more tomorrow to show the rust free seat pan.
|Thread Tools||Search this Thread|