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1Back to top Go down   Turn signal glasses Empty Turn signal glasses on Tue Aug 18, 2009 6:52 am

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Hi together,

I am looking for "turn signal" (correct description ?) glasses in white for a K 100 RT (1986). Is there anyone who knows, where I can purchase it ?

Harry from Germany

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2Back to top Go down   Turn signal glasses Empty Re: Turn signal glasses on Thu Oct 21, 2010 10:39 pm

Adiwan Djohanli

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You can try "ebay" for used parts. I am also looking for "yellow covers" for the front turning signal of my 1984 K100RS.

Good luck.


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3Back to top Go down   Turn signal glasses Empty Re: Turn signal glasses on Fri Oct 22, 2010 2:16 am

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Ado, go to Motobins . They have the lenses for your bike. 8 British Pounds Sterling. Good company to deal with. Cheaper than your local (or not so local, depending on where you live!) BMW Dealer.


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K100RS 1986 RED!

Dress for the ride and the potential slide.
    

4Back to top Go down   Turn signal glasses Empty Re: Turn signal glasses on Fri Oct 22, 2010 2:36 am

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Hi Blakey,

Thanks for the information.

Cheers.


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5Back to top Go down   Turn signal glasses Empty Re: Turn signal glasses on Fri Oct 22, 2010 12:00 pm

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Motobins are the best.....but they could not supply spares for this Scrambler, sorry Motorcross bike.

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Adiwan Djohanli

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What a bike.... Shocked


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7Back to top Go down   Turn signal glasses Empty Re: Turn signal glasses on Sun Oct 24, 2010 6:38 am

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You got one o' them in your garage too, Ajays? Come on, spill it...

    

8Back to top Go down   Turn signal glasses Empty Re: Turn signal glasses on Sun Oct 24, 2010 6:53 am

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I wish I had...but I have this for a winter project...I'll post picture when it s done.
Ajays

Turn signal glasses Cb250 Turn signal glasses DSC00480 Turn signal glasses Cb250c

    

9Back to top Go down   Turn signal glasses Empty Re: Turn signal glasses on Sun Oct 24, 2010 7:02 am

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My first rice cooker bike was a CB 360.
They had a great engine (first 6 speed transmission) but had a problem with the cam shaft. Mine seized once, and I modified the head for a better lubrication. Few years later, I discovered that Honda had made the same modification on the latest models.


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10Back to top Go down   Turn signal glasses Empty Re: Turn signal glasses on Sun Oct 24, 2010 4:24 pm

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My first bike was a Honda Dream Super Sports 250 a CB 72 which was sold as the Hawk elsewhere. They also had another 250 which was slightly cheaper that had twin leading link suspension but that was not quite as quick as the CB 72 and was the CA 72 Dream . Good bike and was a very smooth runner one demonstration was one could stand a 3d bit on edge on the tank when it was idling and it would not fall over. I did that several times to amaze mates who had British 250's.
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Ahhhh... my first was a CB250, an earlier model, the one with a squarish tank. I loved it and as far as i am concerned it was indestructible.

oh here is the pic Smile
Turn signal glasses Cb250k2-a


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05/1986 (K55) K100RS Motorsport (Europe), Production Code: 0503, 110k km, VIN:0140519 (SOLD)
1976 Honda Goldwing GL1000 (naked)
1997 BMW K1200RS red, VIN: WB10544A1VZA22667
    

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That's a blast from the past ,Had a few hondas my self, cb 200 ,cb 250,superdream,xl 250,xbr 500, and the list goes on ,Showing my age I'm afraid .

    

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My first bike was a Suzuki TS250 trail bike...stripped of its lights etcetera.

Thrashed it to an inch of its life. One tough bike.


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K100RS 1986 RED!

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14Back to top Go down   Turn signal glasses Empty Re: Turn signal glasses on Sun Oct 24, 2010 6:45 pm

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We may be old, but not senile.... As long as we can remember our bikes, we know that Alzheimer has not affected our brain.
Sadly, I can remember all my bikes, but not the names of my girl friends Evil or Very Mad.
I guess it shows where my first interest is.....


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15Back to top Go down   Turn signal glasses Empty Re: Turn signal glasses on Mon Oct 25, 2010 2:33 am

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Crikey Bert,
Dangerous talk that, I hope your other half hasn't read it.
By the way, the bike was a barn find with the last tax disc 1980. It being a 1975 model. Stored 30 years. Lot of work to be done.
Cheers Ajays

Red D...You certainly have a great bike now. K100rt 1200 on the clock

    

16Back to top Go down   Turn signal glasses Empty Re: Turn signal glasses on Mon Oct 25, 2010 9:14 pm

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My first was also a CB72 250 Honda. Indestructible! Got all excited on my first visit to Bathurst one Easter (Late '60s), bikes on Friday and Saturday and cars on Sunday Monday. At lunch the circuit was opened to the public...managed 11 000 rpm in top gear down conrod straight! (with a million cops around, but managed to get away with it!)

    

17Back to top Go down   Turn signal glasses Empty Re: Turn signal glasses on Mon Oct 25, 2010 10:00 pm

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I think that my thing was pre 1970, maybe 1969. I do remember changing gears when the tacho was well in the red zone, and the motor screaming in protest SmileTwisted Evil

Bathurst, now that was well before the dog leg (whatever it is called) was put in. How on earth did you stop at the bottom of that road?

My last memory of the Bathurst races was when I was one of the CAMS scrutineers. The reason for the dog leg at the bottom of the straight is because a driver got airborne at that point and shorten the car by 50%. Yes he didn't survive. that was about 24 years ago.


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05/1986 (K55) K100RS Motorsport (Europe), Production Code: 0503, 110k km, VIN:0140519 (SOLD)
1976 Honda Goldwing GL1000 (naked)
1997 BMW K1200RS red, VIN: WB10544A1VZA22667
    

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