did nothing to mine... sigh...
wanted to get out into the garage and put it back together, but by the time I got the munchkin to bed, I had a headache and didn't feel like it. grrr.
Tonight for sure (maybe)
I have to laugh when someone calls me an a*****e. I've been called far worse than that.
- Gordon Ramsay
Started both work bikes, H-D FLHP's, a '93 and a '94.
They've been in the unheated shed since early December after being given a squrt of Sta-Bil and getting attached to their tenders. Batteries were strong and the carbed bikes each fired after 4 or 5 four second cranks with lots of enrichener and throttle pumping.
Everyone said I smelled like gasoline for the rest of the day.
Next ride = St. Pats Parade.
'13 Sierra Denali 2500 CC D/A
'11 Outback 3.6R
'75 Eldorado ragtop
I f-n rode it! I was riding from the shop to the garage at home which is 8 miles....that turned into 40. Man, it was nice out. I do see a Corbin saddle in my immediate future....I lasted about 30 minutes on that plank of a stock seat before my butt started protesting.
Man this thread needs some new life. Bought the double bubble windscreen I've been thinking about since I bought this bike. Took a little over an hour but that was basically with me guessing on how I was getting thing back on again as I really couldn't find any model specific instructions.
Also my brother the model
New plugs & air filter
Found cracked crankcase breather hose & ordered replacement
Took off rear wheel, rear shock, rear caliper to check some things out
Adjusted the rear shock to the correct setting
Checked final drive & gearbox oil levels
I'm amazed at how comprehensive BMW's included tool kit is, and what all you can do with it.