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I have two 34mm Amal Mk 1 carbs on my tuned 750 Commando engine..bike goes well enough, no flat spots or dodgy tickover but overall performance is a bit disappointing. It has been dyno tested at 48.8 BHP at around 5800rpm which seems about right for a 750 Commando. Don't know what else has been done...
Thank you folks..I'll try the "gentle heat" method..if it was a brake lever I would just bin it...point taken about getting home with no clutch lever..did 70 miles stuck in top gear once on the Triumph..got home though!
- Mon Dec 14, 2009 7:26 pm
- Forum: Technical Advice
- Topic: Triumph OIF Oil Filter Kit
- Replies: 5
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I found a big round magnet (3 inch) and stuck it to the gauze filter in the frame tube (1972 Triumph TR6)...traps all the tiniest metal bits (as long as they're magnetic of course). has worked for years. Also araldited a small magnet in the sump drain cap on crankcase..it all helps!