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Mac Motorcycles #360621
03/01/11 1:00 am
03/01/11 1:00 am
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I know by necessity and design this forum deals mostly with vintage British bikes, but in addition to Hinkley Triumph, new Norton, and China-imported AJS, there is another British bike maker, Mac Motorcycles.

http://www.mac-motorcycles.com/

I hope this firm does well. With Buell out of business they'll need to find a good looking and running single. Can't exactly stick a Rotax dirt-bike motor in that frame. I've read that the Suzuki Savage single can be tuned well, but the Buell's 50 hp might be unachievable with the Suzuki mill.


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Re: Mac Motorcycles [Re: Matthew in TO] #361346
03/05/11 7:01 am
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Kinda looks like some of the OIF specials I've seen built.
I'd prefer a longer saddle and rear sets, myself.


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