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Would this have the cable operated, front brake master cylinder, under the tank?
I HATED that cable operated MC.... otherwise, cool ride.
Yeah, but Kev, that was a highly sophisticated piece of Teutonic engineering...until it wasn’t.
Nice part of the deal is you can pull the transmission without crabbing the frame.
One of the top 5 reasons I got it ;)
Is that something you plan on doing often?!?
Nice score Dirk. Everyone should have at least one airhead in the garage. I have a ‘71 75/5 that keeps getting pushed down the maintenance list by the Italians.
Really appreciate all the tips and suggestions so far. I’m aware of at least some of them, but it the repeated thoughts will help engrain the stuff in my head as I work to get this 45 year-old bike back into shape.Hoping to get all the fluids replaced and battery installed this weekend.
Do a compression check.Check rocker clearance.Watch for exhaust valve recession.Check for crud in the tank as the CV carbs are sensitive to dirt.
Ron, your rite on cutting the header nuts off— I found the r80 to be the smoothest of the airheads but I’ll take a sp2 anytime..
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