BMW R100R Motorcycle Workshop Manual (R100)

The manual covers all service, repair and maintenance procedures. It's simple to use, full of in depth information and specifically written for the bmw r100r motorcycle. Having simple to follow illustrations/diagrams and instructions makes it so much easier, no matter how complex the repair.

Even if you’ve never done any motorcycle maintenance or repair before, you’ll find all the information you need to get started. Professional mechanics and master technicians also use this manual.

Make and Model Pages Language Price Rating Instant Download
BMW R100R (1987-1994) 300+ £9.99

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Example Contents

General Info & Maintenance Fuel System & Exhaust
Clutch & Gearbox Frame, Forks & Instruments
  • Valve clearance
  • Battery
  • Engine oil
  • Brake bleeding
  • Operating fluids
  • Reading out fault memory
  • Coolant checking
  • Clutch fluid level
  • Final Inspection
  • Brake fluid check
  • Inductive sensor
  • Intake air cleaner
  • Gearbox oil
  • Tightening torques
  • Road safety & Functional check
  • Motronic control unit
  • Fuel injection rail
  • Delivery volume
  • Rubber mounting
  • Throttle rail
  • Temperature sensor
  • Pressure regulator
  • Fuel pressure
  • Checking
  • Air cleaner element
  • Intake pipe
  • Exhaust system sleeve
  • Operating voltage
  • Fuel filter
  • Fuel tank vent
  • Silencer / muffler
  • Throttle cable setting
  • Troubleshooting
  • Oxygen sensor
  • Fuel pump
  • Tank capacity
  • Injectors
  • Fuel hoses
  • Immersed level sensor
  • Throttle positioner
  • Technical data
Electrical System
  • Inductive sensor for the speedometer
  • Horn
  • Electronic equipment box
  • Relays
  • Power socket
  • Ignition switch & steering lock cable
  • ABS sensor
  • Wiring diagrams
  • Temperature sensor
  • Foot brake light switch
  • Wiring harness
  • Removal & Installation
  • Stand switch
  • Fuse box
  • Oil pressure switch
  • Brake switch
  • Water temperature sensor
  • Technical data
  • Clutch switch
  • Battery
  • Gear indicator
  • Shaft sealing rings
  • Selector drum
  • Clutch lines
  • Shimming selector
  • Clutch release rod
  • Technical data
  • Slave cylinder
  • Diagrams
  • Pressure lines & vent lines
  • Bearings
  • Removal & Installation
  • Input, output & intermediate shaft
  • Clutch plate
  • Gearbox shafts
  • Gearbox housing
  • Clutch housing
Wheels, Tyres & Brakes
  • Tyre pressure & sizes
  • Wheel bearings
  • Wheel bearing lubrication
  • Piston rod
  • Front brake lines & hoses
  • Front & rear wheels
  • ABS sensor
  • Front brake disc
  • Balancing
  • Brake lever
  • Technical data
  • Front brake caliper
  • ABS relay
  • Rear brake caliper
  • ABS control unit
  • Rim size
  • Checking, adjusting, removal & Installation
  • Rear brake lines & hoses
  • Rear brake disc
  • Brake master cylinder
Cooling System
  • Radiator fan
  • Coolant circuit
  • Coolant hoses
  • Thermostat
  • Technical data
  • Checking for leaks in the cooling system
  • Troubleshooting, removal & Installation
  • Warning lights
  • Fairing
  • Air outlet grilles
  • Pannier case carrier
  • Measuring, removal & Installation
  • Luggage rack
  • Wiring harness
  • Lock carrier
  • Stand
  • Wiring colours
  • Link pivot mount
  • Front suspension strut
  • Slider tube bridge
  • Diagrams
  • Heat shield
  • Front mudguard
  • Dual seat
  • Steering damper
  • Ball joint
  • Footrest holders
  • Technical data
  • Telescopic fork
  • Cross member
  • Wheel track offset
  • Instrument cluster
Steering, Lights & RWD
  • Checking, removal & Installation
  • Indicators
  • Adjusting backlash
  • Swinging arm
  • Suspension strut
  • Bleeding the clutch
  • Ring bearings
  • Throttle cable
  • Brake light
  • Number plate light
  • Brake lever
  • Rear lights
  • Brake fluid & bleeding brake system
  • High main beam
  • Index
  • Headlight
  • Clutch lever
  • Taper roller bearing
  • Bulbs
  • Rear wheel drive
  • Handlebar
  • Drive shaft
  • Flexible gaiter
  • Adjusting, replacing & changing
  • Input bevel pinion
  • Technical data
  • Housing cover
  • Crown wheel

  • Oil pressure switch
  • Main bearing
  • Cylinder head cover
  • Measuring crankshaft bearing play
  • Damper
  • Valve clearance adjustments
  • Freewheel
  • Cylinder head
  • Camshafts
  • Countershaft
  • Oil mesh strainer
  • Ignition transmitter
  • Valves
  • Output shaft sealing ring
  • Oil & water pump
  • Crankcase and cover
  • Camshaft chain sprockets
  • Removal & Installation
  • Tensioning gear
  • Clutch housing
  • Big end bearing
  • Oil sump
  • Oil filter
  • Piston & conrod
Engine Electrical
  • Ignition system
  • Spark plugs & Ignition leads
  • Starter motor
  • Ignition & timing
  • Gear ratios
  • Transmitter
  • Twin coils
  • Alternator
  • Technical data
  • Coils

The bmw R100R has a slick, classic look thanks to that old-style headlamp and wire wheels that will ensure that onlookers notice this bike wherever it goes. With a 60hp engine, this bike has a mean amount of punch about it, making it an ideal intermediate bike for the beginner looking to move up their motorcycling game toward the big league. The only problem that owners of this bike face today is the cost of maintaining it now that it’s out of production, which seems to have been the cue for garages to begin charging high prices for replacement parts.

Is there any way to get around this? Well, it might seem like an obvious solution, but performing minor repairs yourself can really open your eyes to the true market value of these “expensive” replacement parts. You see, given the vast number of these bikes that were produced, there are plenty of parts still available for purchase today and for a good price that is far lower than any price the bmw garage will quote you. But the next problem a mechanically inexperienced rider would come across would be the perceived difficulty in actually carrying out these repairs.

The truth is that most motorcycle repairs can easily be carried out at home so long as you have the right tools with the help of the bmw manual. This manual will give you foundation knowledge on your R100R so that you are not only able to pinpoint why your bike is malfunctioning, but also able to get stuck in and repair it. In doing so, you are bound to save yourself a lot of cash by removing those unnecessary labour costs.

The bmw manual will also remove the need for you to take your bike in for those all too regular services as you will be instructed on how to carry those out yourself. By carrying out regular maintenance on your bike you will vastly improve the quality of ride and ensure that your R100R is as safe as it can possibly be. As you would expect, you’ll also be prolonging the life of the bike in the long run and keeping the fuel management as efficient as possible. If you’re tired of shelling out unnecessary money that could be better spent elsewhere, I cannot recommend the manual enough. It will provide you with vital maintenance skills that have the potential to save you thousands.

The BMW R100R model is infamous for its very "retro" look and feel. Most owners of the R100R are very proud of how their bike looks, and for a good reason! There are very few model of motorcycles that exist today that look as retro as the BMW R100R, and because of that, they are considered quite a commodity among those who own them! If you own your own BMW R100R motorcycle, then, more likely than not, you have had several people come up to you wanting to look at it, or even take a picture with it!

Just as with any other BMW motorcycle brand, the R100 R is developed by BMW's Motorrad brand, and each model is made with special care and attention to detail. With a pouch on the front and side for carrying things, it's easy to see what this motorcycle's primary use is: traveling throughout urban areas. Though the bike is mostly noted for how stylish it looks, it is also very well known for being able to travel distances. While driving down the highway at top speed won't be this bike's forte, driving throughout neighborhoods while getting good gas mileage and looking very stylish ARE this bike's forte.

Because of how attractive they look, it's commonsense that you should take care of the R100R BMW. The majority of people who own a BMW know that you can take the bike to a shop, or fix it up yourself whenever the need calls. Though most people do not know how to fix a BMW bike, the manual is slowly becoming more popular in the BMW world. With this manual, you will be able to fix your bike up as much as you need to for very low costs. In fact, for the price of FOUR copies of the manual, you could get your bike tuned up one time!

This means that, literally, upon using the book one time, you will be saving yourself a good amount of money. However, that's not the best part. The best part is that not only will you be learning how to tune up your BMW R100 R, but you'll also be learning how to make several repairs that would cost you several thousand dollars each! Though regularly tuning up of your BMW will drastically reduce the possibility of you needing to repair anything that gets broken, the truth is that nothing is set in stone, and at any moment, your bike could need a very expensive fix that you don't have the money to pay!

Upon buying your manual, you'll be saving yourself several hundred dollars within the first week. Over the course of the next year alone, you will easily save yourself several thousand dollars!

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