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British Motorcycles in General
8 minutes ago
You need to sort out the wiring first as from previous posts it's been dpo'd ( dumb previous owner). Boyers generally either work or not, anything in between is to do with wiring. That it starts and runs says the ignition Boyer is working, you need to check the 2 trigger wires wh...
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Triumph Bulletin Board
11 minutes ago
With my spark problems which was mentioned in a previous post I sent my rotor to be remagnetized, and got the wrong one back. I also ordered a new updated stator, if mine is bad. I found out if I never see my rotor again, it makes no difference. Because my old rotor is too small ...
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BSA Bulletin Board
12 minutes ago
I don't think that is a '68. It has an earlier style rocker cover and primary case cover. Also monoblock carbs. Maybe a '66 if it matters to you. I think unit Triumphs are more sought after than the equivalent BSAs (that coming from a BSA guy)....
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BSA Bulletin Board
22 minutes ago
Thank you guys. I am doing a very limited restoration because the bike is basically a turnkey bike. All I plan to do is fix the speedo, put a Euro bar on the bike, get a center stand, paint the engine, and do come carb adjustments....
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BSA Bulletin Board
24 minutes ago
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The Rod and Tappet
1 hour ago
Originally Posted by Kent ShaunI don't give a flying F*** at a rolling doughnut what anyone says, I'll be drinking loads of beer, wine and Brandy, and riding bikes in shorts along with flip flops. As long as I can, why live till your 100 doing bugger all, when you can live till y...
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The Rod and Tappet
2 hours ago
What a joke. They screwed up every forum on the internet....
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Triumph Bulletin Board
2 hours ago
Not sure 'bout the earlier bikes, but the wet frames used 190cc per fork. I would suspect that with the forks 'misaligned' the oil seal couldn't seal. Should be easy enough to just drain and refill? Steve...
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Triumph Bulletin Board
2 hours ago
I am working on restoration of a '66 T120R for a friend. He has had the bike for over 30 years and much of that time it has been sitting in pieces in his garage. Many years ago in the distant dark past the side stand tab broke off and the frame was repaired, looks like it was ...
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GARAGE SALE- The Private Buy-Sell BOARD
3 hours ago
Looks like 1969 to 1980. T100C T100R T100S T100T T90 3TA are in it....
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BSA Bulletin Board
3 hours ago
Hi Ray, I have uploaded them to the Britbike gallery which should be easier for anyone wishing to view them. The photos aren't showing it, probably because of the glass black and the camera angle restriction but the shape of the plate or rather belly appearance half way looks t...
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BritBike Gallery
3 hours ago
Some headstock photos for Ray...
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Triumph Bulletin Board
3 hours ago
Cable retainer?...
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The Rod and Tappet
4 hours ago
Originally Posted by reverb...any of you can explain me why the aviation fuel do not have ethanol? ethanol is hygroscopic that's why....
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The Triple Forum
4 hours ago
Hi Dave, Originally Posted by T120WicklowSouth of the border here, we can only get 95RON, whereas North of the border, you can get Super Unleaded. I can't say if it makes a difference with classic bikes because I haven't tried it, I've always pretty-much stuck with Super, BP or ...
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BSA Bulletin Board
4 hours ago
Hi All, My 1965 Thunderbolt Rocket has just clocked 155,000 miles "and running like a dream " and it's got me wondering what would be realistic miles between rebuilds? The Tbolt has had at least one rebuild, that I can confirm, maybe two? When I bought it I rebuilt ...
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The Competition Forum
5 hours ago
Originally Posted by NickLTony The system you are using with a 0.6 Ohm coil must be an HEI type. This is the type commonly used in cars today and has a far superior output to an old ID type, certainly at higher RPM. The coil having a low inductance primary will saturat...
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British Motorcycles in General
5 hours ago
If only TMS would use Paypal...I lament. They were/are great [esp for TSS stuff]. But in this day and age where identity theft and fraud are rampant I decline to send or phone through my credit card details. Used to use them a lot once. Businesses need to move with the times ...
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BSA Bulletin Board
5 hours ago
Originally Posted by Morgan aka AdminIt will be winter work Allan. lets meet in Holland and discuss it over some beer Sounds like a plan!...
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Triumph Bulletin Board
5 hours ago
Hey Chris, found them mate: http://www.aceclassics.co.uk/products/triumph-1957-63-fork-oil-seal-holders-h1194/...
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British Motorcycles in General
6 hours ago
Hi Andy, Originally Posted by Andy HighamFrom what i gather about your system The brake line is made up of several rubber and metal hoses, the rubber hose will "balloon" when pressure is applied. Every joint in the system as well as being a potential leak point can tra...
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BSA Gold Star Forum
7 hours ago
Jerry, is there not a hole in the centre of the boss bore in the case at the far end, which goes through into the flywheel chamber of the crankcase. ?...
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BSA Bulletin Board
8 hours ago
Bet you are using the wrong hole............................... or the sensor wires are reversed....
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Triumph Bulletin Board
9 hours ago
Not sure about the abutment but will look in the morning. There is not meant to be an adjuster at the brake end of the cable only at the lever. There should be a metal 'P' clip under the fork clamp nut to guide the cable. Rod...
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BSA Bulletin Board
10 hours ago
OK... time to pull the trans. Is the BSA clutch puller different from a Triumph clutch hub puller?...
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