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The Rod and Tappet
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Oh yeah a minor detail i clearly missed! my bad. Well anyway, I was referring to the current crop of pond scum down there......
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Ariel Forum
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Originally Posted by gREgg-K, you can always wing it ...Although some entrants in past events seem to have attempted it on a wing and a prayer, I'm hoping a more grounded approach will keep me from being burned. I've already heard back from the guy in the UK who is handling sa...
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Sponsors & Vendors Forum - Buy-Sell BOARD
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We just got in another batch of BSA shirts! Check them out: https://www.classicbritishspares.com/collections/apparel...
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GARAGE SALE- The Private Buy-Sell BOARD
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Hello, Looking for a used or NOS Lucas 15 degree AAU (CCW) for the 4CA points plate. Anyone have one laying around? Cheers...
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British Motorcycles in General
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When i worked at the power station we worried about inter lamination core insulation failure, it creates hot spots in the iron core. So the short answer is , cores are laminated for a few reasons , the main one is to prevent overheating. A solid core has more " eddy current...
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BSA Gold Star Forum
41 minutes ago
If you were to place a straight edge across the timing case (with the cover removed) and across the timing gear, would the gear teeth be flush with the case or inset a little bit? By how much? I have to manufacture a part so this info is important. thanks...
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BSA Bulletin Board
1 hour ago
As Andy has mentioned - Do it Right! Be sure to use a 'bump stop' to determine an accurate TDC. Lucky for us Gold Star Guys, vernier cams are available from Phil Pearson in England that allows you to set an accurate cam timing in 1 degree increments. I've played around retarding...
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The Rod and Tappet
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Ed, you might want to check out these folks. http://jmentp.com/file/about_us.php They do amazing work at a reasonable price. Cheers~Bob...
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The Rod and Tappet
Yesterday at 10:09 PM
Originally Posted by GrandPaulOkay, squirrel skin iphone cases? NOW I've heard everything... my daughter is sort of interested in earthy stuff. i've had to explain that you skin a squirrel like taking off your sock, rather than de-cloaking a buffalo. after hundreds of rodents...
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Norton Bulletin Board
Yesterday at 10:00 PM
The Parts Books say the Atlas and 650 used the same crank cheeks, so no surprises that they can be interchanged. Seems its only the flywheels that differed, the parts books spell this out. Curious minds would like to know why the whole cranks can't be interchanged though ? If y...
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Triumph Bulletin Board
Yesterday at 09:58 PM
This might be a good thread to ask. The seats on most 'Brit bikes are 45 degree ? (not 46)...
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Triumph Bulletin Board
Yesterday at 09:11 PM
shoot, you're right. page 60 has instructions for a "series 114 wipac alternator," and page 68 is for RM15 series lucas units....
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Triumph Bulletin Board
Yesterday at 08:43 PM
I have a 400-18 Continental TKC80 Twinduro on my T100A off roader, Sorry, no pic of the other side, but I do have an Alloy chainguard fitted. Not much room to spare, but it works for me! ...
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GARAGE SALE- The Private Buy-Sell BOARD
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Members Bike Projects
Yesterday at 08:11 PM
You could also consider a BTH Electronic magneto. The benefits of both magneto and electronic ignitions http://www.bt-h.biz/...
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GARAGE SALE- The Private Buy-Sell BOARD
Yesterday at 07:07 PM
I'd have to think the current price reflects the non-stock parts that are hanging on this little Cub. The tank looks nice but missing correct fenders, seat and lights. Bill B......
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Events
Yesterday at 07:04 PM
I am planning on attending the swapmeet and will no doubt make a stop at Liquid Hero. I will be staying at a hotel in York, so I doubt I will make the trek out to Wade's. Ed from NJ...
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The Rod and Tappet
Yesterday at 06:53 PM
I find that wacking things always seems to help one way or another. Ed from NJ...
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Triumph Bulletin Board
Yesterday at 05:58 PM
Originally Posted by Stein Roger ... Kurt you say nice things about BBB, who claim their seats are made in England, do you know who the actual manufacturer is? Don't know the manufacturer, and of course, some sarcasm in my "wonderful" description, I doubt that I'd buy...
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BSA Gold Star Forum
Yesterday at 03:51 PM
Originally Posted by hunter h cheers Some years ago one of the gold star venders sold a steel step bushing to use a later timing cover with early crankshaft. or would not be to hard to turn one out. it was just pressed in to the feed end . hunter Originally Posted by flowboyThe ...
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British Motorcycles in General
Yesterday at 03:49 PM
"fitness for purpose" is a legal issue in UK......
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Triumph Bulletin Board
Yesterday at 03:12 PM
Hi there,you can use 1.5mm inner wire for throttle and choke,2mm for clutch and the same for front brake.These sizes recommended from The best companies who made cables for British bikes like Venhil or motion pro.If you choose galvanized wire you can use Bakers flux but if you us...
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Members Bike Projects
Yesterday at 03:08 PM
Beautiful bike, especially considering the starting point. Please pardon my previous mistaken comments, now deleted. Enjoy it!...
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Triumph Bulletin Board
Yesterday at 02:31 PM
Hi Gareth, Wonderful videos. Brought back a lot of memories for me as before I left the UK for the US I attended more than 30 consecutive Banbury Runs. Now--a real coincidence------ On the Triumph forum under &qu...
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BSA Bulletin Board
Yesterday at 01:52 PM
Hi Gordon, thought i'd add something to this, as i may have mentioned earlier my bike is a 68'. I am running an oil cooler (with thermostat) and oil filter and admitadly the extra pipe length has reduced the return flow... although when cold the thermostat will bypass the oil. ...
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