Every time you remove the exhaust you have to replace these copper crush gaskets. Make sure that the old gaskets are removed. They can sometimes get stuck up in the head.
It's part #2 on fiche 18_0898 'EXHAUST SYSTEM'. It's called "Gasket ring C32X40".
See the post titled "PostPosted: Sun Aug 12, 2012 4:39 am Post subject: Reply with quote My conversation with Max:"
I bought one of these when I had my transmission redone by Rubber Chicken Racing Garage back in 2013. My understanding is that there are ways around buying the tool but I have not tried them.
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.
So I'm starting to get up the gumption to tackle the big #k100rs project. As part of that, buffalo(https://miles-by-motorcycle.com/buffalo) suggested having the fuel injectors serviced. In the K bike group on Facebook today someone posted a link to these guys: Mr Injector - Home(https://miles-by-motorcycle.com/136/links/68474/mr-injector---home) Have any of you had injectors serviced? Who do you use?
Some notes on adjusting values on the 16v K100RS engine.