Airhead oil pans

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BMW Airhead oil pans, sump and dipsticks

There were two for road models during the of the 24x motor. In 1976 the pan was deepened and in 1981 the pan was deepened substantially and to include a baffle plate. were lengthened correspondingly, the cutoff points for them are near being clear or

The enduro models retained the oil pan (with threaded bosses for a plate), although this was slightly in 1991.

Note: models for this purpose not only the G/S and GS, but also the Roadster and since they had the same


These are the original which work together

1970-1975 road, early and 1980-1990 enduro

11 13 1 337 330 shallow oil pan threaded holes was 11 13 1 251 295, now

11 43 1 252 661 metal dipstick with MAX mark for early bikes obsolete)

11 43 1 337 543 B plastic dipstick on bikes

11 41 1 252 223 steel pickup w/16mm bolts

1976-1980 road

11 31 1 262 723 deeper pan

dipstick with 255mm MAX in ’76 and some ’77

dipstick with 260mm MAX starting ’77 or ’78

11 41 1 262 971 for use with 223 head, for /6. 12mm Functionally obsolete. 28mm

11 41 1 265 590 extension for use with 223 head, for /7. aluminum. 28mm bolts.


11 13 1 336 995 deepest oil pan, baffle

metal dipstick with MAX mark on some bikes

11 43 1 337 542 A dipstick on some bikes


11 41 1 337 536 cast pickup head bolts

1991-on enduro R Mystik)

These used a 1/2 pan with the drain hole in the wall, possibly to work with the PD bash plate. The has the same length and MIN marking as the GS one, but the MAX mark is lower. A was added inside a new, cast pickup head.

11 13 1 338 620 oil pan

11 43 1 338 635 C dipstick

11 41 1 338 632 33mm cast head w/40mm bolts

11 41 1 338 634 inside pickup head

Early pans were with no baffle. These a simple metal pickup

In 1976 they were and a 10mm spacer was used to the pickup head. Dipsticks lengthened correspondingly.

In 1981 got slightly deeper still, a baffle at the front to keep oil to the pickup head during of brief deceleration. This used an all-new one-piece aluminum pickup. Same as before, but now with a plastic

The G/S and GS (along with the R and Mystic) had shallow oil pans. 80-90 were dimensionally identical to the /5 they had threaded holes to a bash plate), while models had a 1/2 deeper, smooth-bottom pan a lower MAX mark on the dipstick. The pan with the threaded holes is now the for the /5.


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