These are step by step photos I took while removing the clutch and rear main seal off the donor engine. As is so often with these nearly 30 years old engines, the rear main seal leaks pretty badly and needs to be replaced.
At every step, I took photos and carefully labelled each electrical connection on both ends using a high quality vinyl label maker. While there were quite a number of steps I was surprised how quickly it sent to get the bike apart.
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My bike is a '92 K100RS which I have owned since new. It's built like a tank and has served me well over the two decades I've owned it. In recent years, there have been some age related issues that have come up so I have finally gotten to turn some wrenches on it. Prior to that, I just rode the thing. Interestingly, I've come across more people online recently that have been asking what to look for when buying one of these. I had written out a long email response for the third or fourth ...Read More