Ike disassembled this 1985 BMW K100 motorcycle back in 2005 because the engine had a knock. When he had the engine completely taken apart, he realized that the final drive shaft had worn and was causing the knock. The customer didn't want to pay to have the bike reassembled, so the entire bike and engine sat upstairs at Ike's work for 15 years, before we bring it down, reassemble it, and see if it will still run. The BMW K100 will be an awesome power plant for an upcoming go kart project because it makes 90 horsepower, is shaft driven, fuel injected, liquid cooled, and has a beefy alternator. The only question is... will it run?
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