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Electric start Triumph #661568
07/22/16 12:55 pm
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Running from demons in WNY
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The onboard starter on my dual 650 LSR bike. There are fresh engines so I don't want to turn them over more than necessary for testing...I was told a stock Harley stater wouldn't do the job....

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650 Triumph modified production LSR record holder 133.1 MPH... Twin 650 engine Triumph LSR that goes sorta fast...
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Re: Electric start Triumph [Re: Hillbilly bike] #661583
07/22/16 6:39 pm
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ohio, usa
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lol

just make sure the battery lasts for the whole mile


live every day.
die only once.
Re: Electric start Triumph [Re: Hillbilly bike] #661585
07/22/16 6:47 pm
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bigt good to go

Re: Electric start Triumph [Re: Excalibur] #661598
07/22/16 10:45 pm
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Best [censored] eatin grin on the planet. Wish I was there.


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Re: Electric start Triumph [Re: desco] #661606
07/23/16 5:59 am
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I've been working on this lump most every day for the last 6 months..There were no plans other than to build a dual engine LSR bike.I looked at photos of old drag and LSR bikes and copied what looked good...We shall see how it goes down the road when the ignition gets here...


650 Triumph modified production LSR record holder 133.1 MPH... Twin 650 engine Triumph LSR that goes sorta fast...
Re: Electric start Triumph [Re: Hillbilly bike] #661630
07/23/16 3:56 pm
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what sort of guards are you going to be putting on all those moving parts?

you know ECTA won't turn you loose until you cover them.


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Re: Electric start Triumph [Re: kevin roberts] #661636
07/23/16 7:36 pm
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Originally Posted By kevin roberts
what sort of guards are you going to be putting on all those moving parts?

you know ECTA won't turn you loose until you cover them.


Danger Danger but Rough Edges Racing does run with scissors.. Some sort of aluminum guard more or less full enclosed on the outside...Not oil tight...and blue LED's that illuminate the spinning parts... grin


650 Triumph modified production LSR record holder 133.1 MPH... Twin 650 engine Triumph LSR that goes sorta fast...

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