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BMW K75, K100, K1, K1100

Maintenance & Modifications

The short link to this page is snurl.com/kbiketech  (snurl is "snipped URL")

IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: I am hosting the information on these pages in hopes that others might find it useful.  It is solely my opinion on things and how to maintain/modify a K bike. I am not a trained motorcycle mechanic nor do I claim to be a "guru" nor expert on these bikes, merely a somewhat experienced "shade-tree mechanic." I do not warrant that any of the information here is correct or the "right" way to do things. Therefore, any information you use from these pages is AT YOUR OWN RISK and I assume no responsibility whatsoever for any physical, property, emotional or other damages you may incur from use of the information contained herein.

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Technical question or problem? Register and ask here.

To find out when your K bike was manufactured click here.

To look up part numbers click here or here or here.

Curious about cross-vehicle part use/compatibility? Click here.

Feedback, errors & suggestions: Click here.

Read this five or six times if you want to improve you riding skills.

 

Questions or comments?  My email address is smithduck@gmail.com

Please DO NOT email me technical questions. Here's why:

  1. You're much better off posting your question in an online forum like this one.  That way you'll have many more people helping you and get way more input than just my silly myopic view on things.

  2. Chances are that someone has had your issue in the past and already solved it.
  3. If someone has your issue in the future than it will be searchable on The Internet, unlike anything in an email.
  4. If you do email me a technical question then I'll probably just tell you 1, 2 and 3 above.

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