20 Most Recent 1995 BMW R 80 Questions & Answers

check and adjust the idle screw when at normal operating temp

1995 BMW R 80 | Answered on Apr 21, 2010

Guys ...this problem is caused by a faulty Bosch ignition coil (gray type). Replace both the Ignition control unit which is linked to this type of ignition coil (buy Transpo BM 300 - cheapest pattern type) & the ignition coil itself with a newer type 1990's model (red outlet points to spark leads.) & the problem will disappear. This is a known problem caused by hairline cracks in the gray casing. These cracks cause intermittent electrical disconnects when hot/wet - MICHAEL - DUBLIN - IRELAND

1995 BMW R 80 | Answered on Oct 14, 2009

this is a great site for all euro pin connectors

1995 BMW R 80 | Answered on Oct 12, 2009

This is a classic sign of vapor lock. Older BMW's are notorious for this. Purge the fuel lines & make sure that the choke is not sticking.

1995 BMW R 80 | Answered on Aug 30, 2009

"T" is TDC, "S" is 5deg BTDC.

BMW R 80... | Answered on Oct 27, 2015

Disc brakes???
If yes, you probably hav a frozen caliper. These are re-buildable. I have had good luck by removing the piston, cleaning up the piston and the bore, and lube the piston up and re-install with no parts. But the procedure requires an experienced set of hands.

BMW R 80... | Answered on Mar 25, 2011

there are a few adj. screws on carburetors air/fuel, sync, idle,
this is a link to the manual it'll tell you everything you need to know. If you need anything else feel free to contact me

BMW R 80... | Answered on Feb 13, 2011

if the pads are stuck its down to the brake cylinders that are sezed up pull out the pads and clean the brake cylinders untill you can push them in by hand, pumping the clinders out a little first will help get to the dirty parts be cearfull not to scratch the pistons when your cleaning them and use some coper grees on the back of the pads when you refit them use WD 40 on the drake cylinders to free them off after cleaning them off

BMW R 80... | Answered on Jan 13, 2010

it could be that you have a vacuum leak between the cylinder and the carb that is leaning out your fuel, check the connection between the the two. to confirm that there is a vacuum leak spray some brake cleaner or any flammable gas on the connection between the two and if the revs go up, you found the problem... hope that helps

BMW R 80... | Answered on Aug 14, 2009

this means that while starting your bike you pull up to much accelerater try starting it with very little amount of accelerater.. there could also be the plug problem or its wire.. while another thing could be fuel filter if you have one..thank for consulting

BMW R 80... | Answered on Jul 01, 2009

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