BMW R1100 Twins (1993 - 2005)
Complete coverage for your vehicle
Written from hands-on experience gained from the complete strip-down and rebuild of a BMW R1100 Twins, Haynes can help you understand, care for and repair your BMW R1100 Twins. We do it ourselves to help you do-it-yourself, and whatever your mechanical ability, the practical step-by-step explanations, linked to over 900 photos, will help you get the job done right. Regular servicing and maintenance of your BMW R1100 Twins can help maintain its resale value, save you money, and make it safer to ride.
R850R 848cc 95 - 06 R850R Comfort 848cc 04 - 06 R850GS 848cc 99 - 01 R1100GS 1085cc 94 - 00 R1150GS 1130cc 00 - 03 R1150GS Adventure 1130cc 02 - 06 R1100R 1085cc 95 - 01 R1150R 1130cc 01 - 06 R1150R Rockster 1130cc 03 - 05 R1100RS 1085cc 93 - 02 R1150RS 1130cc 02 - 04 R1100S/SS 1085cc 99 - 05 R1100RT 1085cc 96 - 01 R1150RT 1130cc 01 - 05
Table of contents
Contents General Information Chapter 1: Routine maintenance and servicing Chapter 2: Engine, clutch and transmission Chapter 3: Fuel and exhaust systems Chapter 4: Ignition system Chapter 5: Frame, suspension and final drive Chapter 6: Brakes, wheels and tyres Chapter 7: Bodywork Chapter 8: Electrical systems Wiring diagrams Reference
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- All colour step-by-step guides for over 200 jobs with 700+ photos
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- Troubleshooting section – quickly find the cause of a problem
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- Dictionary of automotive terms
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- Conversion calculator – imperial and metric units
The R1100 series from BMW delivered a sporty touring bike to the market, building upon the success of previous models such as the R90S. The so-called R1100 Twin included air cooled cylinders and oil cooled heads, typically with a 1,085 cc engine. Bikes in the series were available in both five and six-speed transmissions. ABS was optional on the bike, with front dual 320mm brakes and a single rear disc. A full breakdown of routine maintenance tasks can be found in Haynes’ maintenance manual, with specifics including wheel/tire, regular spark plug and light switch checks alongside oil and filter changes.