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Trident T160 1000 Triton #199498
02/24/08 9:00 am
02/24/08 9:00 am
Joined: Apr 2005
Posts: 2,422
Bega NSW Australia
Mark Parker Offline OP
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This is a video of my friend Als Triton Triple, it has a hyde 1000 kit with 32mm Mk2 amals. He's built it so the motor sits low in the frame, between the lower rails. Engine access is very good and I like the space around the carbs that allows velocity stacks, without them being against the frame tube. Pipes are also not compromized like with the original Triumph frame, which looked like it was made for a twin with the triple motor bodged in, and nowhere for the centre pipe. Engine weight is carried well forward also making for good handling.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H00I7nClY2g


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Re: Trident T160 1000 Triton #199499
02/24/08 5:51 pm
02/24/08 5:51 pm
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Seattle
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Wow, I bet that's a thrilling ride. Looks to be well-executed, too.


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Re: Trident T160 1000 Triton #199500
02/26/08 9:21 am
02/26/08 9:21 am
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Bega NSW Australia
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I'll add a couple of photos;




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Re: Trident T160 1000 Triton #199501
02/26/08 10:23 am
02/26/08 10:23 am
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Bega NSW Australia
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The other side:


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Re: Trident T160 1000 Triton #199502
02/27/08 8:00 am
02/27/08 8:00 am
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fowler , ohio
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That is one sweet bike Mark. I have a 160 in the garage I wouldn't mind doing that to.Have a wideline frame also but I was going to put a 140 motor in that.What kind of a fuel tank & header system is that? Mark

Re: Trident T160 1000 Triton #199503
02/27/08 10:56 am
02/27/08 10:56 am
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Posts: 2,422
Bega NSW Australia
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Al has had this bike quite a while, but I think the header pipes are some I made when he first built it into the featherbed, the collector is more recent. The tank I don't know its origin. I'll have to let him know about Britbike. com so he can answer. The T160 motor certainly makes it special, this is the only T160 Triton I've seen.


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Re: Trident T160 1000 Triton #199504
02/27/08 12:06 pm
02/27/08 12:06 pm
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Houston Texas
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That is a true beauty IMHO bigt

Must be nice bike to ride as well.

beerchug

Re: Trident T160 1000 Triton #199505
02/27/08 1:23 pm
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Illinois
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Illinois
That is very well done. Must be a blast to ride.
Makes my right wrist twitch just looking at it.


Triples Rule!
Re: Trident T160 1000 Triton #199506
02/29/08 12:21 am
02/29/08 12:21 am
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Posts: 368
PDX
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PDX
OK, to be really picky, I would like some sort of filtration for the intakes, other than that this is the most bonerific bike I've ever seen. It has become my lifelong goal to make one like it!!


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