Question about 1995 BMW R 100 R
There are three things all at the same time the bike needs to run:
If you use starting fluid into the intake, and it continues the same, then fuel is not the problem
Use a compression tester to see if the pistons come to spec
Check the spark plugs, maybe try changing them with hotter plugs or just new ones. Also check the coils and stator for proper ohms.
You might see a little compression loss by a cam being out of timing, so you might check to see that your cams are timed right.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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