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Triumph Bulletin Board
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http://americantriumph.tv/holiday-stuffed-gearbox-recipe/ Doesn't answer your question, but kinda cool.......
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The Rod and Tappet
9 minutes ago
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Triumph Bulletin Board
23 minutes ago
Hi Dale, I have a fair amount of experience with the wedding bands. However only on 650 & 750 twins. But it's the same. The band is not retained by the rubber ring. It has to fit tight on PRT or secured to it. There is a bulletin covering this. If band is loose on PRT it ...
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The Rod and Tappet
55 minutes ago
Tonight I'm sipping a Jim Beam Black bourbon. However, when I drink beer (which is often) my favorite is Bell's Two Hearted Ale when I can get it. When I can't, it's Goose Island IPA....
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BSA Gold Star Forum
1 hour ago
joined the Goldie cult! Cult? Cult!? We ain't got no stinkin' cult! cult \kult\ n. 6a.: a great or excessive devotion or dedication to some person, idea, or thing Webster's Third International Dictionary (Unabridged) Hmm, maybe we do have a cult....
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The Rod and Tappet
1 hour ago
I am originally from Pittsburgh, Pa. A shot and a beer was all a bartender had to know how to make. Right now it's PBR out of the can and Bourbon out of the bottle. Why dirty a glass?...
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Triumph Bulletin Board
1 hour ago
Originally Posted by RF WhatleyMr Patrick - ... � I believe that journal is supposed to be 11/16 (.6875) inches diameter on both ends. It's not unusual for pre-unit layshafts to loose .030" or more using old plain bronze bushes. That goes on to affect the shifting. � If...
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Ariel Forum
1 hour ago
Originally Posted by old muleHow about a WWII Triumph gen set with those nice close-finned alloy barrels? As Eleanor Roosevelt said to the RAF airman who was swearing at his generator set on the pitch dark air field, "It is better to light a candle than to curse the darkness...
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The Competition Forum
1 hour ago
i'd never heard of this one. alternator output goes to the boyer box, which is also rectfier/regulator?...
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Triumph Bulletin Board
1 hour ago
Iam not sure what you mean, presumably the Sparx igniter box? No experience with them, I mount my Boyer box in the RHS side panel using sticky backed velcro. theres enough room in beside the ignition switch....
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The Competition Forum
Yesterday at 11:41 PM
Was looking at BB's website and I don't find it there. The box lists it as kit 00066. Anyway, no help for you. Dam, I hate off season......Want to go racing!...
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The Competition Forum
Yesterday at 11:37 PM
That starter may be a bit brutal for the small key that holds the hex to the crank. There is no taper on it either, a couple of 3/.8 bolts into the sprocket retaining something may be better. If you just want a simple (non advance curve) ignition for you 4 plug head, let me know...
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The Competition Forum
Yesterday at 11:22 PM
Originally Posted by Mike BakerI'm using an alternator powered Boyer. It's made for racing I believe as it has no provision for lights. If you've ditched your alternator this isn't for you no, i lost the alternator when i fitted the 40mm belt. i think the widest newby belt you c...
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The Competition Forum
Yesterday at 11:18 PM
I'm using an alternator powered Boyer. It's made for racing I believe as it has no provision for lights. If you've ditched your alternator this isn't for you...
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British Motorcycles in General
Yesterday at 11:17 PM
Simon for a time, before AE was sold to an American group, they actually were supplying their rings for these bikes with .015" to .018" ring gap. When the merry-go-round of corporate buy outs stopped AE ended up with Goetze in Germany. So you say no one, but here is a...
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BSA Gold Star Forum
Yesterday at 10:43 PM
With both you get great monthly magazines. The So Cal BSA owners club would be right in your neck of the woods for somewhat local events and rides. Not much of a USA presence for the Gold Star owners club.... That being said A USA branch of the Gold Star owners club would be g...
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British Motorcycles in General
Yesterday at 09:53 PM
Originally Posted by Simon Ratcliff None of the current established ring manufacturers recommend doubling the size of the top ring gap. Show us where anyone has ever recommended that....
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British Motorcycles in General
Yesterday at 09:44 PM
I mentioned previously the article is not a recognised engineering report and consequently it is rambling and contradictory. It states, as mentioned before, the non standard over size ring gaps caused increased blow-by etc. It goes onto then state that reduced ring tension due t...
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The Rod and Tappet
Yesterday at 09:38 PM
Thanks for posting this link Kevin. I am real tired right now but could not resist a quick peek. Looks to be most interesting, reckon that will be breakfast viewing tomorrow. ...
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Ariel Forum
Yesterday at 09:36 PM
Rich B., a HONDA generator??? How about a WWII Triumph gen set with those nice close-finned alloy barrels? And we could hot rod it with an Amal GP too....
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Events
Yesterday at 09:30 PM
That might be a very good weekend to plan a visit to my fathers place in Philly...with a short sidetrip to York....
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The Competition Forum
Yesterday at 09:11 PM
Originally Posted by kevin roberts but the photograph of the crank-triggered unit is a blue micro-digital: It looks more like a blue Micro Power....
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British Motorcycles in General
Yesterday at 09:06 PM
Originally Posted by John Healy What does marginally mean in your dictionary? Low-priced butter substitute....
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British Motorcycles in General
Yesterday at 09:02 PM
paragraph 3 and 4: Quotepara. 3: Whoever heard of rings with 1/16” gaps – a ridiculous figure – but the interesting thing was that the increase in blow-by and oil consumption at 0.0625” was only marginally above the figures obtained with 0.015” gaps. para. 4: Practical...
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Norton Bulletin Board
Yesterday at 08:59 PM
In addition to some of the problems mentioned by LesP. Number one is chassis misalignment. This was built in by the factory and causes unpredictable steering and affects handling. Cure is complete strip and proper alignment. Google Worlds Straightest Commando. Number two are cl...
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