I've got a few items that just don't sell very well and aren't worth keeping an inventory. They are marked with a # and are limited to whatever is in stock.
I've got common maintenance parts at the top and other upgrade things and handlebars, grips, etc. towards bottom, electrical stuff in the middle. Sort of of long and goofy but worth it!
There is complete information on ordering etc, on the home page. In short though you need to email me a list of what you want and where you are and I'll bet back to you with a total w/shipping. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Steering bearings, These will actually
fit all 2valve boxers and K-bikes.
German FAG bearings
part # 1090 $32.00
need 2 Temporarily Out!!
Fits all 2valve boxers before 1985.
part # 1100 $29.00
This little shield is at the base of the steering
bearings and usally gets mangled when
removing the bearing.
Part #1080 $4.20
This is the seal for the swingarm bearing to the left Pulling them be a
pain and swingarm bearing puller will do that, after you cut out the rubber.
part #1120 $8.00
Swingarm plastic caps
Part # 1105 $6.00 @
Points set for /5-/6,/7.
Once again stocking noris points!
Part # 1800 $19.50 @
NEW!! Now stocking noris points set for points in a can bikes. #1802
My experience is these seldom go bad. I do
keep one around just in case but don't replace them every time I replace points like some do.
Part #1810 $18.00
Points cam lubricant. Seems to be getting hard to find these days. 5oz tube likely a lifetimes worth! $9.95
Cylinder head gaskets.
Part #901 up to 900cc
Part #902 1000cc
$17.00 need 2
Cylinder Base Gaskets for Airheads up to
Part # 910 $5.00
Cylinder base o ring
part # 0915 $4.75
Cylinder Stud O ring, small 2 valve
boxer from 9/75
part # 0920 $1.20
NOTE, When installing pushrod seals I put a
smear of motor oil on the outside and silicone
grease on the inside.
To 9/75 part # 0950
From 9/75 part # 0955
r45 and r65 part # 0960
$3.00 @ need 4
Valve cover gasket, All airheads
Part # 1300 $5.40
NOTE , Use a light coating of oil on the engine side of the gasket and nothing on the cover side. The gasket will stick to the engine and can be used many times
Oil pan gasket
part # 1310 $8.50
need only 1
NOTE, Be very careful torquing the oil pan bolts! They are probably the most easily stripped bolts on your airhead. Use a quality known correct torque wrench that goes down to the 80 in. lbs reccommended.
If your valve cover nut is a little ratty, replace it with this Stainless Steel
part # 1305 $10.90
Magnetic oil drain plug. Catch some of those
tiny metal flakes in you sump.
Part #1447 $12.50
O ring for the oil pump cover. If you are replacing a rear main seal, replace this! It could be what was leaking as well!.
Part # 925 $3.80 need one
BMW no longer has the screws for the old oil pump cover. These are grade 10.9 socket headed screws that work great as a replacement.
Part # 926 .75 @ need 4
Guide ring o ring Sometime around 1981 the crankshaft flywheel connection was changed and included a guide ring assembly. Inside this guideringis a oring, it usually needs to be replaced and plenty of folks don't know about it until they are in there.
Part # 928 $3.75 need one
Driveshaft bolts. These are the newer
ones, no lock washer and use blue loctite. To 26 foot pounds of torque.
I often reuse driveshaft bolts after inspecting them to make sure they
aren't stretched etc. Seldom are!
Part # 1320 $1.80 need 4
Non oil cooler oil filter from one of our
favorite Airheads support suppliers. This is their house filter and a great
Part # 1402 $15.00
Oil cooler filter from one of our favorite Airhead
support suppliers. This is their house filter.
Great filter and a great bargain.
Part #1401 $15.00
Steel filter shim Part # 1440 $1.00@
White oil filter o ring Part # 1442 $2.45@
Paper gasket for early bikes Part # 1444 $1.45@
Airfilter for /5-/6-/7 airheads and any
others that use round filter. Made by
OEM manufactor Mahle.
Part # 1420 $18.50
Airfilter for Airheads using flat filter.
Made by OEM manufactor Mahle.
Part # 1430 $37.00
Single row timing chain for airheads from 1981 onwards and for the r45 and r65.Includes master link. Iwis brand chain.
Part #1550 $43.00
Double row timing chair for /5-/6-/7 airheads to Sept 1978. Includes master link. This is the same Iwis chain that you'dbuy from a dealer.
Part # 1555 $49.50
Timing chain parts
Single row guide rail #1553 $25.00
Single row spring #1552 $ 5.90
Single row piston #1551 $ 7.40
Double row tensioner #1557 $59.95
Double row spring #1556 $ 4.50
Fishtail masterlink #1515 $4.50
for double row chain
Duplex Crankshaft Timing Chain Sprocket
Part #1560 $148.00
Crankshaft Front Bearing, works with both
Single and Duplex chains
Part # 1564 $20.00
Single Crankshaft Timing Chain Sprocket
Part # 1562 $50.00
Output shaft seal
Fits twin shock and monolever airhead
Part # 1900 $13.50
Driveshaft to swingarm boot. Fit's all
airheads, twin shock, monolever and
Part # 1920 $22.00 @
Final drive to swingarm gasket
Part # 1940 $1.85
Shifter shaft seal. Often leaks but one of the easiest to replace. Just lay your fluid doesn't leak out, take out the the
old seal and tap in the new one. If it takes more than 5 minute your
Part # 1910 $9.00 need one
Front Crankshaft seal
Part #1520 $9.50
Front camshaft seal Airheads from
9/75 to 9/80
Part # 1510 $ 14.00
Ignition sensor o ring. This is the front
camshaft seal on later bikes.
Part # 1540 $3.00
Front timing chain cover gasket.
Part # 1500 $4.50 @
Front chain cover small gasket.
Part # 1530 $1.10 @ need two
Large finned Exhaust nuts for your /5.
Part #1600 $34.00
Smaller finned Exhaust nuts for /6, /7 and other 800, 900, 1000cc bikes. Not for r65.
Part #1610 $ 32.00
Fork Seals, Clockwise from top
/5./6./7 and r80-r100 up to 1985 + g/s
Part # 1050 $7.75
R65, r80, r100 1985 up
Part # 1060 $10.75
r80 and r100 gs 1988 up
Part # 1070 $10.75
Front wheel bearings for para and
mono lever models. Also fits K bike
fronts through 1996.
Part # 1115 $18.50
If you are doing a pushrod seal job or something else that require removing
the early piston pin clips I'd recommend you buy a spare or two. These things fly!Because of this tendency I've stocked
some as a convenience.
Part # 0965 1.00
Tach drive seal.bushing
Part # 1563 $10.00
Connecting rod bolt
Part # 1565 $3.25
Transmission cover gaskets
Part # 1946 4 spd trans. $5.50
Part # 1947 5 spd trans. $5.50
I inspect and reuse the later, larger ones if they
I think they got bigger in Sept 1975
Part # 1951 smaller/early flywheel bolt $4.25@
temp out of smaller bolt!
Part # 1952 larger/later flywheel bolt $3.99@
temp out of all flywheel bolts!
Transmission Neutral Switch #1922
For 5 spds. $45.00
compare at BMW $54.00
The next grouping of tools have to do with the electrical system, both charging and ignition.
We're fortunate that NGK has stepped in and are making plugs for our airheads, after Bosch crapped out!!
The BP6ES and will work in the, R60, R75 /5-6-7,
R80, R80G/S, R90/6, R100/7 other r100's,
The BP7ES will work in the R50, r65's, , R100S and
R100RS 76-80 R100.
My experience is the later r100's aren't too fussy with
I've had numerous requests for plug wires. These
are nice silicone jacketed wires with Beru resister
caps. For $20 -$30 less than BMW gets.
Same price for 1k ohm and 5k ohm sets. Generally
it's 1k ohm for points bikes and 5k ohm for electronic
Beru has ceased making the 5 k ohm caps so they will be coming with the black NGK caps.
Alternator brushes need to be replaced usually
around 80,000. You can measure them to keep
ahead of things.
Part # 1820 $6.50 for pair
Also have the Bosch Starter tuneup kit, bushings, brushes and springs
Link to article on alternator brushes and replacement.
Heat sink paste single application.
Every 10 years or so you need to renew the paste
behind the ignition module of you electronic ignition airhead. If the bike quits when hot and
then starts again after cooling this could be the
When it comes to the charging system
problem diagnosis, check these two first. It's
most often one or other. Long trips I carry a
spare of each.
Replacement Alternator Rotor, all years
New, not rebuilt $125.00
Electronic regulator $25.00
Bosch coils, the real thing! Replace those aging or cracked
units. Need two. $90.00 each
If your bike has points you should be running a points
booster! They only use the points as a trigger, this means there are only 1/10 of a amp of voltage going though your points instead of the whole charge from
your coil. This means no pitted points and points can last 3-4 times the usual. That and if there is a issue rearrange the wires and you are back to normal. The only real wear item is the rubbing block so you should
make a effort to check it and keep it lubed. A great system! $100.00
Dynatek electronic ignition
I'm a fan of points myself. But lots of folks
like electronic ingitions. Also if you have a
bent cam tip or a bad points plate replacing
the points with a Dyna may be the best and
or cheapest option, easy to install.
Valeo starter 8 tooth for /5's Replace the heavy,underpowered Bosch starter.
These will turn over your old airhead much faster
issues are a thing of the past.
24 month warranty
$280.00 +$20.00 ship9 tooth valeo $220.00 + $20
Starter relay by Bosch For model years
R60, R75, R80, R100 1976-1984
Oil pressure switches
For slash5, no gasket needed, on left
All other airheads, oilheads and K bikes
# 1822 $10.75
Your advance springs can become worn, heat damaged etc. Easy to replace.
Part # 1811 For most airheads from 1969-1978 except as noted below.
$25.50 for two
Part #1812 For /6 and /7 and R90S with advance marked 012 $23 for two
Solid diode board mounts
The original rubber mounts are known to degrade and let go which can allow wrecking the board. These also
guarantee superior grounding! For your r90s or r100. Slash 5 and 6 except for the 90s and 78-87 r65 and 80 already have solid mounts!
$20.00 for a set of four.
E-Z pull throttle springs for your bing carbs. Approx.
30% lighter pull makes a nice change for your wrist.
3 models available
606 Later 32 mm, with 3 digit number
908 Early 32 mm bing with 2 digit number
312 Bing 40 mm
Good time to clean up, grease and adjust your throttle also.
$15.00 a pair
R80g/s and r100gs shift lever.These bikes could use some more room between the footpeg and shift lever to prevent unwanted shifting. Not to mention the roller actions seems to work nice. Includes stainless steel mounting hardware. The shifter is mounted in the first hole in front of the present rubber shift lever and requires that you remove the old lever by cutting.. Includes complete easy to understand instructions. $28.00
# Sale price for ONE $70.00
Very high quality repro Classic style valve
covers for you airhead. These will fit all
airheads 1970-1995. Includes the studs.
Real Magura Rubber grips for you /5 or other
airheads. These were always a favorite of
Part # 1700
$32.00 for the pair
# Have two sets of rears, sale price is $90 a pair, great deal!
Modern compound brake shoes for the front
of your /5 or /6. Clean and lube the pivots
and install these shoes and properly adjust the cables etc and your drumbrake should perform like it hasn't in a long time!
$75.00 each need 2 part # 2010
Rears for /5/6/7 are now available, same
price part # 2011
# Have two pairs, sale price is $30 for a pair.
Modern compound brake pads for ATE disks
$48.00 for two pads Part # 2012
Replacement Round footpeg rubbers for your
/5 and others.
Part # 1720 $12.50 each
These are drivers replacement footrest for /7
era dual shock bikes, including r65.
Upper rubber is for /7 up to Sept 1980
Part # 1721 $24.00 @
Sept. 1980 and later
Part # 1722 $12.50 @
New rubbers for your shift lever!
Part # 1725 4 speed (gray) $3.50
Part # 1726 5 speed $4.00 temp out!
11 rib fork boots #1730 $25.00 each
13 rib fork boots #1740 $32.00 each
Euro low bars
this bar was optional on the /5. Nice bars, I
have a set on my SWB /5. 650 mm long
Made by Fehling.
$80.00 temp out!!
I can also special order S bars if that's what
Siebenrock Reproduction seats by special order.Siebenrock has a number of seats, cover and pans available. Great source if you want a solo seat on your g/s or gs. Or want to start over on your slash 5. email for prices.