BMW K100RS Adventure Touring

My motorcycle of choice for adventure touring is the venerable BMW K100RS.


BMW K100RS in front of a T34 tank in Warsaw.

Let’s be up front about how expensive it can be to maintain this German brand. The advent of the worldwide web and search engine, along with great community forums, combined with a little research can reduce cost of ownership. As a former BMW/Triumph/MV Augusta motorcycle salesman and MSF Instructor, my number one advice to potential purchases was to obtain the bike that fits your riding style. The best way to save big bucks in the long run. And so it has been for me, read on to discover my insights.

Herein for my needs a BMW K100RS served my needs perfectly and hence this page is dedicated to how to its up keep. After 130,000 miles over 24 years crossing 2 continents, I hope my advice from learned from both wit and mistakes will be valuable to the reader. If you find it useful please book mark and revisit. Last update: 27 April 2022 (contact form)


Critical for routine maintenace is copper anti-seize for BMW K100RS Adventure Touring dependability.

Liqui Moly (2012) LM 508 Anti-Seize

Sure it’s recommended for your spark plug threads as K-bike engines use a lot of different alloy metals and one doesn’t need any broken off plugs or bolts during routine maintenance. So how else can I use this on my Beemer? Yes, the cooper paste also helps conduct electricity in areas prone to corrosion. Personally I prefer it in a tube rather than jar.

A release agent, specifically designed for high temperature applications on threaded connections and parting surfaces which are exposed to high temperatures, high pressures and corrosive effects in turbines, compressor equipment, exhaust systems, spark plug threads etc. Operating temperature range: -35 °C bis +1100 °C (-31 °F to +2012 °F).

Other great uses making copper anti-seize a great addition to your tool kit:

Ground point on a BMW K100RS Adventure Touring motorcycle.

Battery terminals and beyond – It’s a good idea to clean your main ground point every year. You are doing this right? Well, if you haven’t in awhile and when loosening the allen nut hear a smll; “crack” sound- you had corrosion build up. Emery cloth, vinegar, and some cotton swaps come in handy here. Once clean apply copper anti-seive to the threads and contact surfaces. Don’t foret to do the same for your battery terminals.

Temperature sensor for BMW K100RS Adventure Touring motorcycle engine.

Temperature Sensor
It’s overlooked but should be checked yearly. The fuel injector computer reads this sensor to adjust the fuel mixture, use it on the threads and terminals to ensure a good corrosion proof ground and electrical contact. If you need a new one avoid the ones with rubber o-rings and make sure they have a metal seal gasket for a crush washer.

Let’s review more useful products…

SigmasTek SP12-22HR Battery – 12 Volt 22AH NB Terminal

German motorcycle forums turned me on to this extremly dependable battery. Since it isn’t a “motorsport” battery the price isn’t jacked up. OEM or even aftermarket batteries can’t beat the price even though this offers equivalent functionality. Foolishly I tried a tractor battery back in 1998 (wasn’t maintenance free) to save a few bucks. Worked OK but failed when I was in Warsaw, Poland just few thousand miles from my home in back then in Austin, Texas. The days of fearing replacing the battery due to cost are now long gone. Save weight, gain space, and be glad you are reading this page- continue on please on BMW K100RS Adventure Touring Motorcycle page…

ZDDP aditive for BMW K100RS Adventure Touring.

Rislone 4405 Engine Oil Supplement ZDDP Treatment

Believe or not my old Beemer was designed to run on leaded gasoline. Additionally, the overhead cam shim and bucket valve train requires SJ rated oil to properly lubricate the engine. With the advent for catalytic converters on gas engines, the amounts of phosphorus, boron and zinc were drastically reduced. The solution is a ZDDP additive. One could argue all day about the best oil to use but not the requirements of the old K100 engine. One bottle ofthis Rislone ZDDP should cover 2 oil changes, very affordable too!

SJ rated oils have been updated a SN rating so which oil does the money saving rider use? Why diesel engine oil. I tried Rotella but it leaked and I have had great success with Chevron’s Delo brand 10W40 semi-synthetic diesel engine oil. I would never experiment with a modern care engine oil in the BMW K589 motor. The added supplements in the diesel engine oil seems to keep my starter sprag clean as a whistle. I am at 130,000 miles on the odometer and with this product hopefully can push it to a quarter million miles!

Using this, diesel engine oil, and Purolator L102041 oil filter, I able to keep my oil change costs at about US$20.00.

H4 Headlight Harness Relay Upgrade by OER

I put this off for way to long but found an affordable not made in Communist China product. Taiwanese harness had quality all over it. I yearly cleaned my handlebar headlamp switch as the poor contacts had to a 5 Amp load. No need for a higher wattage illegal bulb. I did modify the harness by tinning all crimped connections and joining the wiring so all the cables meant for two lamps went to one. A couple extra ground wires from the front of the frame to H4 bulb connector and yippie. No more worrying about when my headlight handlebar switch (61311459461) at $160.00 was going to fry. The harness is about 1/5 the cost of the OEM switch control. Did it make a difference in the bulb brightness, a big OH YEAH to that.

DIY BMW electric vest connector by Mrugacz.

Electric Vest Connector

Purchasing a BMW Electric vest second Hand online with no connector, no problem. From my adventures of building bars and restaurants in Cambodia I had a few few left over. Tinned ends and yippie- warm and toasty! We used them on 220 volt lines in Southeast Asia so it will easily handle 12 volts from your Beemer. A heavy duty lamp cord rocker switch was also put on the power cable. Keeping toastie warm on my BMW K100RS Adventure Touring journeys.

Custom Windscreen Design

After 20 years and 60,000 miles my windscreen was scratched, faded, and so low it was hard to duck down low enough to look through. For under ten bucks one can customize it with contact paper. I have been very impressed how this everyday ktichen accessory has held up against the elements. About 10 years seems to be the life of it. Go nuts and get any pattern you want- zig zags, daisies, wodd grain… strut your stuff. I couldn’t resist the black and white checkerboard pattern and the additional benefits of higher visibilty.

Spark Plug Set for $10

Autolite 4164 have been my spark plug of choice for over 50K+ miles without an issue. I found them at Buckeye Tool Supply on Amazon and with free shipping a real deal (hitting that $25 spend triggers it). I found them using the “SEE ALL BUYING OPTIONS” button. Before I used NGKs but since all plugs seem to made in Communist China these days, I went with the AutoLites after watching YouTube videos on plug comparison tests. One knows they get changed every 6,000 miles according to BMW maintenance schedules, so a small but happy savings is always appreciated. Absolutely flawless performace with no damage to my iginition system. The 4164 are one step up in heat range but I am not racing around and haven’t had my Beemer on the AutoBahn since 1998.

Dependable Heated Grips (BBQ Hands – 30 Watts)

Keep it simple stupid, we have all heard this. Instead of $175 BMW heated grip options I devised a dependable alternative, has lasted 23 years option, that is very economical and effecient. All that is needed is 2x cement resistors [20 watt, 10 ohm], high temperature wire, relay, fuse, shrink tube, and switch. Basically I ground down the long edges of the cement resistors so they snugly fit inside the handlebar ends. A hole will needed to be drilled in the center point of the bars for the high temperature wires to exit. Intall the relay, wires, and switch to your taste and volia- 15 watts of warming heat per hand calculated at 12.5 volts, 10 ohms, and 1.25 amps. My recommendation is for 10 ohms resistors as I have 5.1 ohm/25 watt ones installed and it is a bit to hot. Since some of the wires will run over the resistor, high temperature insulator wire is a must. Sure it is a custom/nut job but it get $150 in my pocket. I had 14 hour day on the interstate highway in 32F/0C weather and these worked fantastic during my BMW K100RS Adventure Touring long hauls.


Alternate start button cover for BMW K100RS Adventure Touring by Mrugacz.

Starter Button

These little green button covers do wear out over time. One could spend $160+ for a new unit. I am using a rubber cell cap from a small lead acid battery used in a UPS. A dab of silicone from an aersol can and voila! So if this page is about saving money why am I using an expensive product. Tube silicon can dry out no matter how tight you try to tighten the plastic cap without breaking it. Silicone in an aeresol can solves that and is always ready when you need it. This is what I have seen top BMW motorcycle mechanics use.

Keep It Clean

The alloy metal cleaner I was using on my engine, transmission, forks, swing arm, and rear drive seemed expensive at $14. So I went to try a name brand cleaner at a lower price. But as luck would have it the great name brand cleaner had a cheap plastic spray bottle and the bottom broke leaving the acidic potion in my trunk carpeting. A bit frustrated, a little research and my home recipe is as follow: mixture 50% liquid laundry detergent and 50% distilled white vinegar (5% acidity) in a spray bottle. Spray a small area, rub a bit with scotch pad, then wipe off with a cloth. I was surprised how well it worked, especially removing road salt corrosion. Bike looked and smelled as clean as a dill pickle! Just look at the picture to the left – after 43 years looks spectacular. Now look again as it is a money saver and smile. Best way to spot a potentail problem on my BMW K100RS Adventure Touring motorcycle is regular cleaning and inspection.

BMW K100 valce cover protection is a great investment.

Engine Case Covers

The greatest upgrade since sliced bread AND a wole lot less expensive than the stock engine protection bars (and lighter too). The only spill I had on my K100RS was on a turn north of Muich, Germany on a rural road at on a rainy night. It was an industrial area and a truck that had previously coming the other must note have put his fuel cap on. The road was cover in diesel fuel and when I leaned into the turn- swoosh I was down and out. Broken finger and a 2 inch hole ground into my valve cover. I stuffed a bandana in it and slowly went back to my campsite. Luckily being in Bavaria a new cover was around $65 in 1998. Probably a bit more today! The price of these, which are available from Euro Motoelectrics, are definitely a great investment for preventing a minor mishap from ruining a journey. Last I checked, they were on sale. (12/03/2021)

Spare clutch cable for BMW K100RS Adventure Touring.

Clutch Cable BMW Part # 32732324955

Get a spare and install it along side your current clutch cable in the comfort of your well light garage/shop. The original on my bike failed at less than 20,000 miles at 13 years old. No biggie right. It happened after I refueled in a French gas station in the mountains near Grenoble. The sun had set, it was getting cold in the Alps so I needed to get to a campground and set up. Snap went the cable and a minute later, click off went the lights at the gas station as it just closed. So shivering and flashlight in mouth I had the pleasure of routing the new cable. In the photo one can view the cable tucked up out the way with piece of velcro. Live and learn. That reminds me, my throttle cable has 130,000 miles and 38 years use on it… DOH!

Ultra Portable 12 Volt Air Pump for BMW K100 Adventure Touring.

Ultra-Portable 12v Air Pump

Be prepared, especially for flat tires, by stripping the case on an air pump. Just zip tie it to a small flat plate and save a lot of space for other important touring gear. Amaze your frinds! A major upgrade over those CO2 cartridge fillers. Luckily I have not had a flat on my BMW K100RS Adventure Touring travels but a few on my R75/5 and R90/6. Sold them as not having to deal with the trouble with tube filled tires.

BMW K100 dual 12V outlets for Adveture Touring.

Dual Sized 12 Volt Outlets

Most folks know there is a single mount for a 12V accessory abouve the coil cover. But there is also a dual outlet available. Here I reamed out the left socket to fir a standard sized outlet. As most modern day devices like cell phone chargers and GPS will use this size.

Extra Dash Switch (waterproof)

Maximum number siwtches on the K100 dash panel is four. I needed a 5th to turn on my electric radiator fan to bypass the temperature switch in those hot days in slow moving traffic. Using some hard foam with a split in the middle not only stopes the intrument cluster from bouncing and virbrating, but fits a sitch from a household appliance. Any device such as a clothes steamer, espresso/coffee machine, or hot pot should have a nice waterproof switch. My clothes steamer was recalled but of course I saved the switches and cables for tossing it out. One man’s junk draw is another man’s upgrade! I can know check my radiator fan motor anywhere or anytime. oh, that piece of metal under the ignition key tumbler is a magnet from a laptop hard drive which keeps my extra keys from dancing and jingling around.

Economy Valve Adjustment Tools

No it’s not a knife, a gun, a bottle and a cork- more like Harbor Freight mate! Using my angle grinder (the national song bord of Cambodia) and seal puller, I ground my own tool to remove the shims from the dual overhead cam 8 valve motor. The metal is very soft and it may take a few more minutes to do the job compared to the factory tools but alas it is a real money saver. The pick easily pops out the shims and I use the magnetic pick up tool to put them back in. Here’s the PDF template is used as a guide. Sadly the website I found it on is gone so I can’t cite the source. Additionally, here’s a great valve adjustment spreadsheet to record and calculate the process by Bertrand Vogel.

BMW Corbin seat temprary repair by Mrugacz.

Butt Ugly But Dry

Yes, you know you need your seat rcovered but that’s a winter project. Worse thing that can happen is water from getting caught in a downpor soaking the foan in your seat. Not only will all that excess moisture rit your foan but also commece the deteriaration of the the seat fram with hidden rust. Quick fix, once it dries of course, is a dab of RTV silicone! Man I love this stuff.

BMW K100 tips - 5 volt lithium battery pack in vest pocket by Mrugacz.

12 minus 7 equals 5

A multi-battery lithium pack may only put out 2 Amps at 5 Volts with reduced heat produced in my 12 Volt BMW electric vest but ends up being perfect. Moving around with layers of clothing doesn’t require as much heat as when one is sitting still on your Beemer in freezing temperatures at 60MPH. It adds usefulness to vest when I cannot ride on snow and ice covered roads. Sure you’ll have to make an adapter. Oh that bit of heat on the collor during a blizzard sure is nice.

One could list a hundred websites about the K100 but we’ll keep it to our five favorites.

  • Snowbum’s BMW Motorcycle Repair & Information – Absolutely fabulous site with tons of detailed info in a very understable format. Though it mostly about R-bikes, I have learned quite a bit from the links and articles her wrote and recommends. This website will definitely up your game of knowledge.

  • K100 Forum – Topics that are the talk of the town.

  • Motobrick – Community of BMW K75 K100 K1 K1100 Indestructible Flying Brick Riders – You are not alone…


13.4K- March 98
NEW:oil Filter,plugs,fr&rr pads &, fr.&rr.master cylinder rebuilt,rear brake reservoir & hose,fork seals,roundels,injectors,fuel pump,fuel filter, battery, sME33/88, heated grips, switch, relay
LUBE: motor, trans, axle, brake & forks ,radiator,centerstand,all

13.5k March 98
LUBE: motor/trans & differential(synth)
NEW: crankcase vent tube, Left Front Foot Peg Rubber, heated grips, aux.Bosch lamp, 2 toggle switches, 2 relays,H4
ADJUST: Throttle bodies, clutch,cleaned speedo-rear drive sensor

14.8k- April 98
LUBE: Engine,axle spline, axle, trans
NEW: oil filter, tank cap seal, cap o-ring, saddle bag hinges

17k May 98
LUBE: motor, axle, trans
NEW: airfilter, oil filter
ADJUST:cleaned speedo-rear drive sensor

21k June 98
NEW: oil filter, clutch cable
LUBE: motor, axle
ADJUST: cleaned speedo- drive sensor

25k July 98
NEW: oil filter, tires ME33/55a
LUBE: motor, axle, trans
ADJUST:cleaned speedo-rear drive sensor

29K July 98
NEW: oil filter, spark plugs
LUBE: motor, axle
ADJUST: cleaned speedo-rear drive sensor

33k August 98
NEW: oil filter
LUBE: motor, axle
ADJUST: cleaned speedo-rear drive sensor

35k August 98
NEW: tires ME33/55a

37k September 98
NEW: oil filter, air filter,sparkplugs
LUBE: motor,axle, trans, forks
ADJUST: valves (LS=$60), timing, throttle sync.,cleaned speedo-rear drive sensor

40k – November 98
NEW: Cable(ground), 22 liter top-case, oil filter, exhaust header crush gaskets,clutch, cleaned exhaust pipes
LUBE: engine & axle splines,motor,axle, coolant

43k- January 99
LUBE: Motor, All, Trans, Axle
NEW: Oil Filter, ME33/88, 4-way Hazard Switch, Accessory plug, Aux. LED Rear Lite
ADJUST: cleaned speedo-rear drive sensor

46k May 99
LUBE: motor, axle

NEW: rear hub cap & roundel, valve cover grommets (22x), Wesco Gel Battery 28AH

47k June 99
NEW: Rear drive seals (3x), bag mounts
LUBE: axle, driveshaft splines, Techron

49.5k- July 99
NEW: oil,fuel,airfilter, sparkplugs , centerframe-to-bat.groundwire, rear engine seal, 2nd gear, front & rear trans.seal,shift drum, bearings;output shaft, foot shift lever, clutch, ME1 COMP K
LUBE: motor,transmission,driveshaft
ADJUST: throttlebodies balanced,
CO adjust @2.5ppm, clean & lube starter, clean speedo sendunit,timing 33d @6k rpm

50k- August 99
NEW: Hall Transmitter cover gasket,

LUBE: transmission,stands,cable pivots

ADJUST: clutch, topped off anti-freeze reservoir

51k- October 99
NEW: ME33 COMPK, Alarm, Wind Deflector,

LUBE: Clutch cable pivot points

ADJUST: clutch

52k October 99
LUBE: Motor, Axle, Trans, All
ADJUST: Clutch
NEW: H4 bulb

54.5k January 00
NEW: ME1 Comp K, (2x)steering head bearings, seal rings on forks(top & bottom)
LUBE: forks, throttle & clutch pivot points, brakes flushed

55k February 00
LUBE: Motor, Axle, center stand
NEW: brake master cylinders (front & rear) temperature gauge & sending unit, oil filter, gas cap & lock tumbler, left mirror mounting plate, fuel pump rubber dampener & ring
INSPECT: fork seals, fuel line hoses (internal)

56.0k March 00
NEW: Macadam 50E (front)

56.5 k-April 00
LUBE: Motor, Trans, Axle
NEW: Oil Filter

57.7k- April 00
NEW: Center Stand
LUBE: Motor

58k May 00
LUBE: Motor
NEW: Oil Filter

59k June 00
NEW: ME1, rear tire valve

60k- July 00
LUBE: Motor, controls, stands, locks, fuel injector cleaner
NEW: spark plugs, air & oil filter, fuel filter

62k- SEPT 00
NEW: coolant temperature switch, H4
Corbin Gunfighter Seat, Works Shock
LUBE: coolant 50/50, oil

63k Oct 00
NEW: MAC 50 rear tire, brake pads- front & rear, rebuilt front brake calipers, oil filter, hand grips
ADJUST: valves, cleaned speedo sending unit, rebuilt ignition lock
LUBE: motor, trans, axle, all,

64.4k Dec 00
LUBE: forks, BMW fuel additive
NEW: front wheel bearings,MAC50E front tire, front wheel valve stem
ADJUST: throttle bodies, CO level

65k- Dec 00
LUBE:motor (synth), flush
NEW: oil filter

66k- JAN 01
NEW: swing arm bearings
LUBE: drive shaft splines

69k July 01
NEW: oil Filter, spark plugs,fuel pump, fuel filter, fuel pressure regulator, injectors,throttle assembly(3x), grips, H4 , tank bag,crankcase tube
LUBE: Axle,motor,trans
SERVICE: inspect & siliconed forks, add techron fuel, emptied & flushed fueltank & fueltank vents, cleaned all engine electrical connectors, Adjust throttle bodies & CO level

72k- November 01
LUBE- Motor, Coolant
NEW- ME50 rear tyre, spark plugs, Oil filter, thermostat
CHECKED- CO level, throttle body balance, plug wires resistance

74K- April 02 LEVEL II
LUBE: motor, Trans, Diff,
NEW: Oil Filter, spark plugs, fuel pump
SERVICE: silicon fork tubes, stands & cable ends lubed

75k- July 02
LUBE: motor
NEW: fuel & air filter
SERVICE: Brake Fluid Flushed
Seat recovered

76k- Jan 03
NEW: (4x)exhaust valves, hall transmitter, oil seal, intake bellows, head gasket, spark plugs
FLUIDS: Motor, coolant

77k Oct 03
NEW: oil filter
LUBE: Motor

77kMay 03 Annual
NEW: oil filter, front & rear tires, plug wires
LUBE: motor, trans, diff, brake fluid, cable ends, stands, fork fluid, drive shaft
ADJUST: Valves, throttle bodies, set CO level,timing

79.5k- February 04
NEW: Oil filter
LUBE: Motor
SERVICE: Batt.H2O, brake resv. fluid changed

81.2k May 04 Level II / Annual
NEW:sparkplugs,oilfilter,rear main seal, o-ring, nut & washer,Battery- BMW Mareg
LUBE: motor,rear.diff,trans., brake fluid,cable ends, stands, coolant,splines(3x)
SERVICE: [email protected] 5mm, batt-H2O, adj.throttle bodies, CO level, drained & cleaned fuel tank

84.2k OCT 04
NEW: new tires-ME330/ME550,oil filter, fuel filter, plenum intake tubes, 4x fuel injectors, 4x spark plugs

SERVICE: cleaned fuel tank, fuel pump filter screen, sync & C/O

LUBE: motor, forks, all

89.5k Level II- JUN 05
LUBE: All, forks, trans, diff,driveshaft

NEW: fork seal (R)
SERVICE: brake fluid flush, speedo sensor clean, battery H20,starter clean

86k FEB 05
LUBE: motor, coolant, brake fluid
NEW: air, fuel,& oil filter, oil/waterpump rebuild, rt. crankcase cover gasket, gas tank vent hoses (2x)
SERVICE: cooling system chemical flush

89.1k MAY 05
LUBE: motor, coolant

NEW: sparkplugs, hi-pressure fuel regulator, oil filter,radiator fan
SERVICE: oil pan reseal, temp sensor OK
FT 3/32″ / RT 4/32″

90.65k SEP 05
NEW: tires; fr & rr (MAC 50)

92k SEP 05
LUBE: motor
NEW: oil filter

94k Nov 05
NEW: oil filter, valve cover gaskets (complete), sparkplugs 4163 Autolite
LUBE: motor
SERVICE: clean ignition switch, balance throttle bodies

96k NOV 05
NEW: fuel line-input side of fuel rail
SERVICE: cleaned fuel tank, cleaned fuel pump strainer, cleaned under tank electrical connectors

98k Level II MARCH 06
NEW: spark plugs
LUBE: motor, trans, axle, coolant, brake fluid
SERVICE: bled brakes

A100k JULY 06
NEW: oil filter, fuel filter
LUBE: motor,
SERVICE:battery H2O

NEW: tires. front brake pads

A102k APRIL 07
NEW: oil filter;fork seal-RH
LUBE: motor, forks
SERVICE: bled brakes


NEW: oil filter, sparkplugs, fuel filter
LUBE: motor, trans, diff, forks, brake reservoirs, all
SERVICE: battery (H20) & cleaned eletrical connectors, flushed fuel tank, cleaned speedo sensor

A107K APRIL 2008
NEW: oil filter, H20 pump: shaft, h20 seal, oil seal, impeller
LUBE: motor, coolant, brake reservoirs
SERVICE: throttle sync, TPS adjust, battery H2O

A109k JULY 2008
NEW: fuel filter
LUBE: trans & diff, brake fluid
SERVICE: battery, drained & cleaned fueltank

A111k OCT 08forks
NEW: oil filter, spark plugs, airfilter, fuel lines, vacuum hose
LUBE: all, motor
SERVICE: fuel cleaner & dry gas

A114k FEBRUARY 2009
NEW: battery- Odyssey PC625, oil filter, rear brake pads
LUBE: engine, transmssion, differential,forks
SERVICE: bleed brakes, lube all, check radiator coolant level,

A114.6k MARCH 2009
NEW: Front Michelin Macadam 50 4/32″
SERVICE: inspected front brake pads-OK

A115k APRIL 2009
NEW: rear tire MAC 50 8/32″
LUBE: drive shaft
SERVICE: adjust swingarm bearings

A117.5k SEPTEMBER 2009
NEW: oil filter, spark plugs
LUBE: motor
SERVICE: bleed brakes, dry gas

A120.5k NOVEMBER 2009
NEW: oil filter & o-ring
LUBE: engine, coolant, differential, brake fluid, all, forks,trans

A120.5K APRIL 2012
NEW: oil

A122.5k DECEMBER 2015
NEW: oil & fuel filter, spark plugs, spare clutch cable . H3 LED yellow bulbs
LUBE: engine, differential, brake fluid, coolant, trans, throttle, all
CHECKED OK: air filter, cleaned fuel tank, cleaned speedo sensor

A122.6K APRIL 2016
NEW: battery Odyssey PC680MJ, Front SHINKO 712 – 6mm

A124k JUNE 2016
NEW: oil filter, rear tire Shinko 712 – 6mm, rear brake pads, 4x o-rings idle air screws (NAPA 727-2007),
4x vacuum caps, crankcase vent hose, o-ring filter cover, carbon brushes & plate; starter o-rings & oil seal
LUBE: motor, trans (synth), center stand, clutch links
SERVICE: hot soak, fuel injector cleaner

A126k AUGUST 2016
NEW: alternator brushes, oil filter
LUBE: motor

A128k OCTOBER 2016
NEW: oil sight glass
LUBE: motor, break fuid reservoirs

A128.5K DECEMBER 2016
Winter Prep: motor oil, oil filter, Seafoam

A128.5 FEBRUARY 2017
NEW: spark plugs
LUBE: motor, rear.diff, brake fluid reservoirs, all

A129K JUNE 2017
NEW: oil filter
LUBE: engine

A129K AUGUST 2018
NEW: oil filter
LUBE: engine

A129.2K OCT 2018
LUBE: engine

A129.2K MARCH 2019
NEW: oil filter, SigmasTek 22AH battery
LUBE: engine, brake reservoir

A129.5k JULY 2019
NEW: oil filter
LUBE: engine, diff, trans, brake reservoir

A130k OCTOBER 2019
NEW: oil filter
LUBE: engine, fuel cleaner

A130.3K AUGUST 2020
LUBE: engine, forks, fuel cleaner, coolant, brake reservoir
NEW: oil filter

A130.3K AUGUST 2021
LUBE: Flush front/rear brake system, rear diff, drive shaft, cable pivots, forks, all
NEW: EBC MD611 rear rotor, front & rear calipers rebuilt, front & rear brake pads SIXITY PAD18 ceramic, fuel filter,
EBC 604LS/RS front rotors,(4x) 10M 1.5 frontrotor nuts, fork dust caps, airfilter, ESK valve cover protectors,
radiator cap gasekts (2x), Fuel cap gasket & rebuild kit.
SERVICE: rebuilt gear indicator switch, clean fuel tank, clean handlwbar switches

A130.4K NOVEMBER 2021

NEW: injector o-rings, oil filter
SERVICE: valve adjustment, stb sync, idle C/O adjust, cleaned spark plugs, hot soak, engine flush
LUBE: motor

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