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I'm brand new to this bike. Have been riding an 1994 R1100RS. Got it as a barn find hidden away and stored for four years until found about two weeks ago. This is a monster of a bike and I'm looking forward to riding it with some trepidation. My question may seem silly, but is it possible to add a hydraulic centerstand to this year bike?

It doesn't start yet, but I believe I have found the problem. Owner left gasoline in tank when put away, so I figured it was pretty well gummed up inside fuel tank. Removed most of the plastic and the fuel tank. When I pulled the fuel pump out, it was a bit messy, but what I found was that the two hoses to and from the filter (which I will change) were almost disintegrated, holes and cracks all the way through on both. Replacing these I believe will take care of starting problem. (Engine would crank, begin to fire, and immediately die.) The fuel, in essence, was being pumped right back into tank without going to fuel rail. I'm in the process of removing a set of 8 switches, assorted wiring, and relays for an air horn, deer horns, lighting, etc. that are visible on the dash in the photos before putting it all back together. Any comments or suggestions are most welcome to this newbie LT owner.
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Welcome to the club!!

As a barn find what did you pay for it? Having sat for so long there will likely be more items like the in-tank fuel lines that will need replacing.

Change ALL fluids, every drop. Double for the brake fluid.

The auxiliary light and windshield mirror mounts are very interesting. I haven't seen those before. Do they have a brand name on them?

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Oh yea, as to your question, yes I believe you can. There are a few articles on the procedure here somewhere.

I'm sure someone that has done it will chime in.
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I'm brand new to this bike. Have been riding an 1994 R1100RS. Got it as a barn find hidden away and stored for four years until found about two weeks ago. This is a monster of a bike and I'm looking forward to riding it with some trepidation. My question may seem silly, but is it possible to add a hydraulic centerstand to this year bike?

It doesn't start yet, but I believe I have found the problem. Owner left gasoline in tank when put away, so I figured it was pretty well gummed up inside fuel tank. Removed most of the plastic and the fuel tank. When I pulled the fuel pump out, it was a bit messy, but what I found was that the two hoses to and from the filter (which I will change) were almost disintegrated, holes and cracks all the way through on both. Replacing these I believe will take care of starting problem. (Engine would crank, begin to fire, and immediately die.) The fuel, in essence, was being pumped right back into tank without going to fuel rail. I'm in the process of removing a set of 8 switches, assorted wiring, and relays for an air horn, deer horns, lighting, etc. that are visible on the dash in the photos before putting it all back together. Any comments or suggestions are most welcome to this newbie LT owner.
Dan Martin has several center stands. Check with him. I think I would find out what all the farkles were before removing them. You might want some of them.

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yes you should be able too, plenty of posts on this topic. It's hard to tell but the qd's look like maybe still plastic if so change them as well. Probably need to run fuel cleaner for a couple of tanks if the hoses were that bad I would think the carbies may not be real flash inside either, good luck with your new bike

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Hopefully you paid next to nothing for the bike because if you plan on keeping it, you should have the following done before riding if you want safe reliable transportation,:
-Replace brake lines(they may look ok on the outside but they disintegrate from the inside , i.e. ABS unit failures) and fluid flush
-Check brake pads
-As stated previously all other fluids and filters
-Spark plugs
-Check valves
-Replace all fuel line disconnects if not metal ones and use submersible rubber hose in tank
-Make sure tires are correct for bike and not dry rotted
-When changing FD fluid examine drain plug magnet for shiny metal and any indication of FD failure.

Other gear heads may have other thoughts, good luck.

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The trailer light mounted beneath the license plate is almost comical.

I'm curious about those windshield-mounted mirrors!

+1 to everyone's suggestions about fluids, hoses, battery, and for sure the tires!

Good luck with your project. As soon as you get it back on the road, you'll see that it was worth the effort!


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Hi guys,
Thanks for the responses. I paid $3500 for the 1994 R1100RS I've been riding for the last four years. Let's just say less for the 1999 K1200LT. I'm very happy with the deal. Am planning on new braided SS brake lines, changing all fluids, and doing the normal maintenance for the miles with a close eye on final drive. I am away from home at the moment, but when I get home I will check and see who supplied the driving lights and mounts (along with a few closer up pictures). Tires are good for the remainder of season plus. Does not have quick disconnects at all and I won't be adding them immediately. The trailer tail lights will be going. Any takers? LOL All your responses are most welcome!

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the mirrors on the wind screen are, I think, an earlier version of the ones I have on my RS. I'll tell you the company name when I get home.
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I'm curious about those windshield-mounted mirrors!
Think they are Saeng's


not cheap...

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Took me about four hours, but I've removed EVERYTHING that was added as far as wiring is concerned. He had done a good clean job of it, but it was a real chore to trace everything through the new wiring to their sources. Air horn, deer horn, Saeng driving lights, rear trailer light...all gone! Tomorrow parts will be arriving from Bob's BMW for the maintenance I plan and within a few days I should be ready to fire it up and see what happens. Thanks for the suggestions!
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update on progress:

Have had bike little over a month.

Changed plugs, has spark, tank interior fuel lines changed, fuel line pressure steady at 45 psi, had injectors cleaned and balanced, metal fuel quick disconnects added.

Will not start. Sprayed starter into air intake, not a hint of a start. Any ideas? Have made an appointment at Max BMW in Connecticut for 3 hours of tech time to see what they can come up with. Will trailer it over on 8th of August. Apparently computer diagnosis is not possible without engine running (catch 22). It's a beautiful looking machine. Really do not wish to make a planter for our front yard out of it. My best guesses at this point are that fuel is not getting to the engine or EFI needs to be replaced.
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update on progress:

Have had bike little over a month.

Changed plugs, has spark, tank interior fuel lines changed, fuel line pressure steady at 45 psi, had injectors cleaned and balanced, metal fuel quick disconnects added.

Will not start. Sprayed starter into air intake, not a hint of a start. Any ideas? Have made an appointment at Max BMW in Connecticut for 3 hours of tech time to see what they can come up with. Will trailer it over on 8th of August. Apparently computer diagnosis is not possible without engine running (catch 22). It's a beautiful looking machine. Really do not wish to make a planter for our front yard out of it. My best guesses at this point are that fuel is not getting to the engine or EFI needs to be replaced.

IF you have spark, check the orientation of your wires to make sure you don't have them crossed. It takes far higher voltage to jump the plug gap under compression than out in the open so your plug wires may be arcing outside the chamber if they are bad. if they are swapped on the coil, they would be 180 degrees out, firing on the exhaust stroke.

Someone will properly chastise me if I get this wrong but they are resistor wires and boots. They should measure about 6K ohms, 1K for the wire and 5K for the boot.

Have you done a compression test yet to make sure there isn't internal damage or if the valves are out of timing?

Not sure you mentioned how many miles are on the clock but it sounds like you may have gotten a good deal if you can get her to fire up.

+1 on everything anyone has said up to this point. I have a 2001 and just did my FD crown bearing, .35mm over shimmed and lose from journal wear waiting to fail soon and a second brake line just burst 2 days ago so SS on the way for me also.

If you still have it far enough apart, you can check to see if the injectors are firing. Someone may have a better way to check other than pulling the fuel rail and hanging it off to the side while you crank and see if it sprays fuel but that would let you know.


Good luck and let us know what you find at Max

One more thing to examine is the breather tube on the back side of the throttle body as that deteriorates and will leak oil all over the top of the engine. Many have made their own out of copper as a permanent as I did.

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update on progress:

Have had bike little over a month.

Changed plugs, has spark, tank interior fuel lines changed, fuel line pressure steady at 45 psi, had injectors cleaned and balanced, metal fuel quick disconnects added.

Will not start. Sprayed starter into air intake, not a hint of a start. Any ideas? Have made an appointment at Max BMW in Connecticut for 3 hours of tech time to see what they can come up with. Will trailer it over on 8th of August. Apparently computer diagnosis is not possible without engine running (catch 22). It's a beautiful looking machine. Really do not wish to make a planter for our front yard out of it. My best guesses at this point are that fuel is not getting to the engine or EFI needs to be replaced.
I would recheck the wiring to make sure you haven't removed anything vital to the engine controls.

Check the alarm system if it has one.

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One thing that will stop fuel flow is to hook up the hoses backwards. Return to feed and feed to return. Easy enough to check.

Here is the bottom of the pump and on the block the return is the rear most one and the feed is the forward one.

Also there is a connector just like the fuel pump one that is for an alternate powerlet outlet. It is wire backwards and it will make the pump run consonantly but backwards. Make sure you have the one with a green wire and listen for the pump to cycle when you turn on the key.
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UPDATE:

Dagmar is running well. (my wife named the bike). I ended up taking bike to Max BMW in South Windsor, CT. and giving them the okay for 3 hours of tech time to track down the problem. They found it in about an hour! A disconnected ignition wire which I wouldn't have found in a million years. Computer there showed it up immediately. Made the connection and she runs great. Trailered it back home last Thursday and I will change some fluids before putting it all back together. Now about all there is to do is learn how to drive it. By the way, there is NO reverse on this bike!I believe it was removed by previous owner. Cannot fathom why.
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....By the way, there is NO reverse on this bike!I believe it was removed by previous owner. Cannot fathom why....
Just out of curiosity, how did you determine that reverse had been removed by the previous owner? I noticed in your first set of pictures, that the reverse lever was shown in reverse in one picture and out of reverse in the other. When the bike was running, did you flip the lever into reverse (if it was difficult to turn the lever, rock the bike a bit forward and backward and try again) and then press the starter button?


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was just looking at your pic and would like to know if you can find a name on the light on the fairing and the mounts. can never have enough light

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I have those mirrors on my LT, but I mounted mine on the fixed deflectors. Cheers, Chris, I could not remember the brand to save my soul!

As for the center stand retrofit. I have a spare or two if you are interested in adding to your bike. Bolt on replacement, and the wiring is fairly simple.

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I have those mirrors on my LT, but I mounted mine on the fixed deflectors. Cheers, Chris, I could not remember the brand to save my soul!

As for the center stand retrofit. I have a spare or two if you are interested in adding to your bike. Bolt on replacement, and the wiring is fairly simple.
Hi all,

I am new to the LT community. Last 3 years spent on an R1100RT... Only had my "new to me" 2000 LT for 8 days. The idea of a mechanized center stand intrigues me as I am only 5'8" and have a 28.5" inseam... That makes balancing at a full stop and parking a real challenge. So what would you want for one of your spares? ...and how difficult would the installation be?

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Tires are good for the remainder of season plus.
Tires are at least 4 years old. You can check the DOT code on the sidewall for the month / year of manufacture. Even if they look to have tread left, tires that old should be replaced. The LT is a bike you don't want to have a flat on. Trust me.

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