Lets hope this engine lasts a bit longer than the last one (now rebuilt as a spare BTW)
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- Sun Jul 23, 2017 10:09 pm
- Forum: In the shed
- Topic: Seeley (replica) Framed Project Road Racer
- Replies: 131
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Here is the 3rd (engine wise) incarnation of my Seeley T500 replica. This is the "race" spec. engine which hopefully will make in the region of 65 bhp at the rear wheel. When the all up weight is 121 Kg it should fairly hustle along. I have included a short bit of video on it's first start...
- Sun Jun 18, 2017 10:00 am
- Forum: Classified - Wanted
- Topic: Honda CG125 Twin Stator Coil
- Replies: 2
- Views: 292
Hello Paul, If you can identify the Honda Part No. for your model it is worth trying your Honda dealer to see if it is still available. Also David Silver Spares as he is able to supply many genuine Honda parts. Finally just enter the P/N into Google and see what comes up. Last resort - eBay. Cheers ...
johnr wrote:just out of casual intereest, ive got a t100a, is there any big bor conversions for this motor?
None "off the shelf" that I know of, but I'm sure it could be done if you have the engineering skills.
- Tue Apr 25, 2017 12:27 pm
- Forum: Welcome
- Topic: New member London - can you identify this bike please?
- Replies: 6
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Nice find, should provide hours of restoration fun
If you place an eBay add using a 99p start or no reserve to minimise fees etc. you have to abide by the winning bid. That's the position I would take having previously sold items for less than I thought they should make.
The Triumph T140 has successfully operated for 40+ years without the need for special additives in the oil, why start now. Use a 20/50 and change the oil on a regular basis.