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  1. The Board
    We are getting ready for the first race of the LSR season at the El Mirage Dry Lake May 14-15. We will be running in the Vintage 650cc fuel class. Also hoping for good weather and dry salt at Bonneville in August. Who else is prepping a bike? I have finished my website as well...
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    Hey everybody I'm Brett, just joined up for the wealth of knowledge - I currently am working on a 1966 triumph t120 chop, and I don't REALLY know what I'm doing! Haha. I built an 82 xs650 cafe back in '09-10 with a buddy, and any time you take a bike down to the frame its a lot of work, but...
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    For years I dreamed of owning a Triumph. 1.5yrs ago I finally got my act together and 8 mos ago I rewarded myself with an '07 America. Wasn't my first choice, but as circumstances had it, things worked out that way. I'm an art director in H'wood, livin in LA wasn't my first choice either, but...
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    I have a 2.5" lowered 4" stretch hard tail in order to have it sit level I should lower the forks I have extra plastic spacers to use but I wanted to use progressive springs I will need to shorten these correct or will I get a better ride if I use the 2" pre shortened springs from tmwf As I...
  5. Parts For Sale
    CityWashington Court HouseStateOHIOPricein adSOLD!!!!!!!!!!!For sale is a super sexy Triumph 650 Bonneville motor with title. As far as I know, the top end is complete and all torqued down with new gaskets. The side covers are all loosely bolted on and will need gaskets and torqued. The heads...
  6. New? Introduce yourself here!
    Greetings everyone!! I'm new to all of this, but I feel like this is an awesome utility to get my facts straight. I recently embarked on a journey that has led me to an incredible machine. A 750 Bonneville. My current bike is a 76 t-140 with the oil in frame. If I could, I would like direction...
  7. The Board
    " I build my engines and balance my crankshafts. I redesign, rebuild and flow the cylinder heads in my own workshop and tune all my engines by myself. Basically no one knows my balance factors, cams, cam timing, ignition timing, fuel types (in the fuel class) tolerances, clearances, specs, flow...
  8. New? Introduce yourself here!
    Hi all Mark here, I'm a New Zealander living in Sydney Australia. My daily ride is a stripped down R100 and I'm building a 500 T100c (looking for a gear box when I'm in USA). I wish my garage would stay tidy and I had more time in it. I've been lurking for a few year but since I'm traveling...
  9. The Board
    Very excited to have brought home this girl today from the back woods of Maine! Starts on the first kick, runs and drives fine, matching numbers, 11k miles, supposedly even has original tires and brakes. Quite a find! She'll be getting a full restoration and returning to her former glory very...
  10. Bikes For Sale
    CityClevelandStateOHPrice5,900Listing this bike for a close friend of mine. It's sweet and it's solid. You can reach him by email for questions or to work out the details: [email protected] Description: 1967 Triumph Bonneville. Fresh build w/ less than 100 miles. Completely...
  11. The Board
    We did well and achieved an official run of 113.275 MPH. It took me 10-12 weeks to finish this lsr bike, this is the reason i couldnt post updates for my "Redesigning The 1956 Triumph" project. The frame is stock i only moved the foot pegs to the rear a bit, an original pre war girder front...
  12. Bikes For Sale
    CityFt. LeeStateVirginiaPrice35001972 Triumph Bonneville "Cafe Racer" 1972 Triumph T120 650cc Cafe Racer Motor: Triumph T120R 650cc Transmission: 4 Speed Frame: Stock 1972 Lowboy Frame Ignition: Points Head: Two Carb Bonneville Carb: Two Brand New Amal 930 Concentrics with Polished Velocity...
  13. The Board
    Here is a little preview of the Taimoshan Cycle Works upcoming ( nearing completion) shop bike, well it will be the shop bike if someone doesn't wrestle her away from me. She's a Triumph Thunderbird Sport with a "few" mods and a couple of hundred hours work to make her stand out from the crowd...
  14. The Board
    I bought this bike as a hardtailed roller with a motor in the frame and a truck bed full of parts... The owner claimed to have years of previous experience building and restoring bikes and talked a good talk... The bike told the truth however, the bike was hardtailed using existing swingarm...
  15. The Board
    My 74 T140V (dual Amal 930's) has had the annoying habit of unscrewing its jets while i'm riding it recently. I'm not a big fan of really cranking down jets hard because at some point i know i'm going to have to get them out and clean them, but I definitely tighten them down pretty snug. Any...
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