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TR7 Tiger #218159 10/11/08 9:49 am
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TR7 Tiger

1978 750 Tiger owned since new,its been in this form for a few years now,fitted with the excellent Morgo Rotary oil pump.
Nourish 320 cams,alloy barrels,Hayward belt drive running in oil with an Aerco 7 plate clutch.
Remote cartridge oil filter,running on 20/50 oil.
Mikuni 34mm carb feeds the fuel thro the ported intake.
Been all over with this bike including- UK(Wales,England & Scotland),Ireland,Spain,Portugal,Belguim,Holland along with parts of France and Germany.
Last edited by Grin; 10/11/08 9:54 am.
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Re: TR7 Tiger [Re: Grin] #218171 10/11/08 11:51 am
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Lovely bike Grin!

I don't believe you've done that many miles on it because you have a Morgo rotary pump and they are a disaster - ask most people on the forum laughing laughing laughing

Did you do any mods to the lubrication system to accomodate the rotary pump - or is it stock?

Seriously - nice.

Blapper redwine

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Re: TR7 Tiger [Re: Blapper] #218173 10/11/08 12:44 pm
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Very nice Grin.....

Are those extended fork stanchions? Is that fuel tank from a T160?

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Re: TR7 Tiger [Re: Blapper] #218227 10/11/08 8:16 pm
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Yes It`s amazing how its done all those miles,what with silicon on the mating surfaces,loctite on the fasteners,electronic ignition in place off points
and one off those Morgo rotary oil pumps! laughing
But as they say in Scotland the proof is in the pudding!

Re: TR7 Tiger [Re: JubeePrince] #218404 10/12/08 8:55 pm
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Originally Posted by JubeePrince
Is that fuel tank from a T160?



It's not either one of the T160 tanks, but is the late Bonneville/TR65 4 Imperial gallon tank, I think.

Re: TR7 Tiger [Re: L.A.B.] #344382 11/21/10 9:26 am
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Originally Posted by L.A.B.
Originally Posted by JubeePrince
Is that fuel tank from a T160?



It's not either one of the T160 tanks, but is the late Bonneville/TR65 4 Imperial gallon tank, I think.
looks a bit like a TSX TANK


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