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    October BOTM

    Looking good Rich. Congratulations on having the winner for this month.
    Larry

    '79 GS 1000E
    '93 Honda ST 1100 SOLD-- now residing in Arizona.
    '18 Triumph Tiger 800 (gone too soon)
    '19 Triumph Tiger 800 Christmas 2018 to me from me.
    '01 BMW R1100RL project purchased from a friend.

    #2
    Could someone post the BOTM here. I'm one of the "Hackers" that cant get to the home page. Thx !
    82 1100 EZ (red)

    "You co-opting words of KV only thickens the scent of your BS. A thief and a putter-on of airs most foul. " JEEPRUSTY

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      #3
      So nice to see a “T” as Bike of the Month. It’s some other Rich, not mine.

      Dave, see if this link gets you to the homepage

      https://www.thegsresources.com

      I took a screenshot so we can all see it here.

      https://i.imgur.com/OtmVjtl.png
      Last edited by Rich82GS750TZ; 10-02-2022, 09:55 PM.

      Rich -1982 GS 750TZ
      BikeCliff's Website / Charging system quick test / My charging system sorted / Using Imgur/Flickr-post #6 / Top 10 Newbie Mistakes / Destroy-rebuild 750T

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        #4
        Very nice looking bike... I never owned a "T", but was always kind'f liked them... For me way better than an "L" though the "T" was the cheapest model...Were the different brakes the only thing that made them cheaper?
        1983 GS1100E, 1983 CB1100F, 1991 GSX1100G, 1996 Kaw. ZL600 Eliminator, 1999 Bandit 1200S, 2005 Bandit 1200S, 2000 Kaw. ZRX 1100

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          #5
          rphillips: Single disk up front and a drum rear brake. vs. front double disks and rear disk on the '82 750 E model, and the '80-'81 E & L Models. Otherwise, same engine and carbs as those other models. From '82 to '83 they mixed up the light/dark painted areas and painted the engine black. Those were the only 2 years for the T.

          Rich -1982 GS 750TZ
          BikeCliff's Website / Charging system quick test / My charging system sorted / Using Imgur/Flickr-post #6 / Top 10 Newbie Mistakes / Destroy-rebuild 750T

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            #6
            Debonaire! I don't get to use the word much but that's the one the surfaced!

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              #7
              Anyone know what Rich Norris's username might be? Pretty sure he's not a regular poster. Think I've chatted w/ most of the T guys.

              Rich -1982 GS 750TZ
              BikeCliff's Website / Charging system quick test / My charging system sorted / Using Imgur/Flickr-post #6 / Top 10 Newbie Mistakes / Destroy-rebuild 750T

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                #8
                Thanks Grom, we don't hear that word around here much, but with this BOTM, right here it works perfectly
                1983 GS1100E, 1983 CB1100F, 1991 GSX1100G, 1996 Kaw. ZL600 Eliminator, 1999 Bandit 1200S, 2005 Bandit 1200S, 2000 Kaw. ZRX 1100

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                  #9
                  Thanks for choosing my bike for other to see. I bought it brand new many years ago. It sat for a while and was fun bringing it back to life. Other than a good cleaning including the carbs I replaced the coils and wires which seemed to fix a warm starting issue. New petcock. O rings in chain were gone, brake line gummed up and rebuilt master cylinder. The website and forums provided many tips. We are both a little older but running like new again Well one of us is.

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                    #10
                    OOhh Rnorris, I can't remember anyone with a better way to join the GSR... Welcome and congrats on a beautiful, debonair, ONE OWNER, old GS motorcycle. Bought it new, uh, I think that kind'f gives us a tip about your age, good to see you both are still kick'in.
                    1983 GS1100E, 1983 CB1100F, 1991 GSX1100G, 1996 Kaw. ZL600 Eliminator, 1999 Bandit 1200S, 2005 Bandit 1200S, 2000 Kaw. ZRX 1100

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                      #11
                      1982 Suzuki GS750T

                      Owner: Rich Norris
                      ..........

                      ID Birthday Blues
                      A Note From The Owner...


                      Original owner. Only 11,500 miles. Brought back to life after many years in storage.

                      Had 850G for 14 years. Now have GK since 2005.
                      GK at IndyMotoGP Suzuki Display... ... GK on GSResources Page ... ... Euro Trash Ego Machine .. ..3 mo'cykls.... update 2 mocykl


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                        #12
                        Oh, Now I see that Rich Norris has commented.

                        Congrats Rich, Nice pic of great bike.
                        Is quite a thing that you are the original owner..

                        Had 850G for 14 years. Now have GK since 2005.
                        GK at IndyMotoGP Suzuki Display... ... GK on GSResources Page ... ... Euro Trash Ego Machine .. ..3 mo'cykls.... update 2 mocykl


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