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Seite 1 - Maintenance

1 R1100 - R850RMaintenanceGuideInternet BMW Riders and R1100 List Contributors

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10Check Battery: Inspect the battery to ensure that the electrolyte level is between theminimum and maximum marks. Top off to the maximum mark with

Seite 3 - TABLE OF CONTENTS

11Check the Brake Rotors: Examine the brake disks for scoring and wear. BMW specifies aminimum thickness of 4.5 mm (.17 inches) for the front rotors

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12MAJOR SERVICE:For a Major Service, perform all of the service items called for in a minor service, and inaddition perform the following:Change the T

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13Check the Brake Fluid Level: Check the level of the brake fluid in the reservoirs and top offto the maximum fill line with DOT 4 brake fluid. You

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14Alternator Belt Adjustment - Jon DiazThe following is not BMW factory procedure...use at your own risk.I remove the left fairing panel, the airbox

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15Valve Adjustment - Stephen Karlan (Dali Meeow)TOOLS NEEDEDnewspaper (oil catcher) flashlight drain panmed. screwdriver (pry) 3, 4, 5, 6 mm T handle

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16After the first valve is adjusted, the second valve will then be adjusted while the first isstabilized. To check if a valve is properly adjusted, a

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17Clutch Adjustment - Paul GlavesThe clutch adjustment at the hand lever specified as 7mm when resistance is felt is abit deceptive, or at least ambig

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18Clutch Adjustment - Bob GormanA just released service bulletin revises the clutch freeplay specification to 12mmbetween the knurled nuts and 7mm at

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19Brake Bleeding - Stephen Karlan (Dali Meeow)R1100 and R850 yearly maintenance requires replacing (by bleeding) the brake fluid.RECOMMENDED FLUIDSUse

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2Edited by Carl KulowSend comments/corrections tokulowc@indiana.eduISBN R-1100Second EditionCopyright: IBMWR and R1100 List MembersAll authors have do

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20more fluid to the reservoir and start this cycle again. Memorize step #3.The brake nipple is located on the caliper body. Stand to the left side

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21WARNING: You must pump both front and rear brakes to confirm that they are responding witha solid feel BEFORE you ride the bike!!!Note on brake flui

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22After the fluid has been completely replaced and all nipples are tight, check that the front andrear reservoirs are filled and secure. Slowly pump

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23SPEED BLEEDER (a new third method)This new product is a one-way valve that looks similar to the standard bleed nipple at thecaliper, but replaces it

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24Brake Pad Replacement - Carl KulowMany riders are particularly pleased with EBC pads which can be ordered through anymotorcycle dealer from Tucker-R

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25Rear (GS, R, RT)remove bagsremove keeper from pindrive out pin from keeper side (drive toward wheel)remove caliper bolts - 8 mm hexremove caliper, r

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26Spongy Brakes Fix – Simon EvansFiddling with the R1100GS this morning, I removed the handguards for cleaning and to top upthe brake master cylinder

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27Changing the Fuel Filter on an R1100RS - Jon DiazHere is the procedure to change your R1100RS fuel filter. It took me about 90 minutesthe first tim

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28groove, the vent lines forced back on the plate, and install the plate exactly asremoved. Start all six screws, and tighten in a cross pattern. I

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29Synchronizing R1100 Throttle Bodies - Bob Gorman This is and will continue to be a hot topic amongst R1100 owners. Properly synchedthrottle bodie

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3TABLE OF CONTENTSR1100 CHECKLIST - CARL KULOW...

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30rpm's, as this can potentially suck mercury into the motor. If you need to make anadjustment loosen, or slacken in BMWese, the 10mm lock nut on

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31to provide a little cooling breeze and temperature stability. After the warm-up ride, place the bike on the centerstand. Remove the black plasticin

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32Throttle Body Synch for Dummies – Stephen Karlan (Dali Meeow) An out-of-synch condition develops (R850 and R1100) because the throttle body cablesst

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33There is one black tube attached to the under side of each throttle body. Remove both black(vapor recovery) tubes and you will expose the brass nip

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34HIGH RPM SYNCH:When performing the high rpm synch, you will be moving the throttle up to4,000 rpm. Move the throttle slowly to avoid sucking mercur

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35If the mercury comes out of the reservoir (because it tipped over or the cat hit it), you can get itfrom Chaparral Motorsports 1-800-841-2960 part#

Seite 30 - Throttle Body Sync - Jon Diaz

36Throttle Position Sensor - Bob GormanThe throttle position sensor is located on the left throttle body. It is the black boxwith an electrical plug e

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37Throttle Position Sensor - Rob LentiniNote: the following information has been updated in the “R1100 Throttle PositionSensor Tuning” article in the

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38Throttle Screw and TPS Adjustment for Dummies - StephenKarlan (reviewed by Rob Lentini)I. The Problems.Surging -- A condition of increasing and decr

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39This article does not present significant or new procedures, it has been written fornewbies and simply goes into greater detail. It was designed to

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4 R1100 Checklist - Carl Kulow• Check alternator belt (replace 36K miles)• Adjust valves• Spark plugs (replace 12K)• Air filter (replace 12K)• Lu

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40Step 1. Loosen throttle cable (left side)Here are four (A-D) ways to find the throttle cable. Use all of these the first time youuse these instruct

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41these are fuel injection controls. The front plug of the two may be removed bydepressing (press in) on the wire clip on the plug and then lifting th

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42awkward position but the metal flange piece is easy to touch. The screw, that limitshow far it can close, is located on a metal plate above the fla

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43TPS slightly in one direction will increase the voltage; turning it in the other directionwill decrease the voltage. Turn the TPS until the observ

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44Step 8. Turn the large brass bypass screws out in 1/4 increments if bike will not idle;attach carb stixIf the bike will not idle at all, back both

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45 Oil Change - Paul Glaves1. Warm up engine thoroughly2. Turn off engine3. Place motorcycle on center stand4. Place drain pan under the drain plu

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46Leaking Cam Covers and Oil filler Cap - Stephen Karlan (Dali Meeow)If you own an R850 or R1100 BMW and there is excessive grime or some messyoil lea

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47need for this installation.Reinserting the black plastic ring can be tricky. It is a tight fit and you do notwant to crack it. Lubricate (with oil)

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48R1100RS Driveshaft And Clutch Spline Lube - Kit VercellaFirst a few introductory comments are in order. The following procedure is the result ofhavi

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49The shop manual recommends draining the oil from the rear drive unit. However, if youkeep the rear drive unit upright after removal, draining isn’t

Seite 45 - Oil Change - Paul Glaves

5R1100 Maintenance Steps - Carl KulowNote: This overview section serves only as a step by step reminder for experiencedworkers. If you are unfamiliar

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50Remove the three screws which secure the air box assembly. One screw is located atthe rear of the air box and one screw on each side near the front

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51At this point I don’t recall whether I was able to remove the air box assembly, orwhether the rear frame had to be partially tilted upward first. (H

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52A few torque values:fixed bearing retainer bolts (on right side of driveshaft housing) 150 Nm(105?)idler bearing retainer bolts (on left side of dri

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53Super Tuning!R1100 Throttle Position Sensor Tuning - Rob LentiniBackgroundSince the "R1100 Fuel Injection/Surging/Fixes" series I have con

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54this was a good starting point. What is the standard opening fixed by the bluepaint? Is it air flow, gap between the butterfly and bore or, arghhh

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55probably go no lower, which is OK. DO NOT turn it any more as the wiper of thepot has already reached the end of travel. Stop just when the voltag

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56My instructions are to set the left stopscrew to .370 volts, which approximatesthe lower value of .370 - .400 that others such as Jon Diaz have repo

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57at all. Another cable enters the distribution box from the start lever. Whenactuated, this cable pulls a tab across that contacts a flange on the

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58the idle RPM is 1000 or less! If your R1100 is like mine, the timing will beadvanced 50% further than the "OT" to "S" mark, for

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59NON-OEM (ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURER) PLUGSFOR THE R1100/850 OILHEAD - Rob LentiniThe BMW Internet lists have been ablaze lately over spark plug

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6Lube and Adjust Clutch Cableadjust maximum slack at clutch lever, at rear of transmission pry clutch release arm torelease the clutch cable there, lu

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60FR6DDC, a slightly hotter running tip. Some have reported the newer Boschplug is an improvement, but many other riders I have communicated with say

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61THROTTLE BODY BUTTERFLY BUSHING/SEAL WEAR- Rob LentiniProblems with throttle body synchronization and accomplishment of "zero=zero"may, bu

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62R1100 Tire Change - Carl KulowFront Wheel Removalbefore removing, check rim for dents!!! out of round and runoutRS: remove fender and fork covers -

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63Front Wheel Installationreinstall rotors, if you removed them 24 Nm plus Loctite 243grease axle lightlyroll wheel ininsert right side spacer and le

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64ToolsAllen socket setsmall torque wrenchBMW tool kit3 tire ironsrubber malletbead breaker (JC Whitney)balancing stand (homemade)valve core toolrear

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7Throttle Body Syncattach carb stix to each throttle body, RS,RT = 1 1/2 and R,GS = 2 turns out, start bike,adjust brass screws to balance mercury at

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8R1100 Routine Service – Paul GlavesIn this article we will cover the specifications and other information needed for a mechanicallyexperienced R1100

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9event of a malfunction or failure, determining whether or not the failure represents a defect inmaterials or workmanship in the manufacture of the mo

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