Kickstarter!The engine is stock, with the exception of the carb. I've got a Linkert m-18 I'm going to put on, just need to find a manifold for it.
It's not fast by any standard. I've never had a spedo on it so I don't know how fast its ever gone, it will putt down the back roads fine.What kind of non-destructive speed can you get out of that, assuming the engine is mostly stock?
I don't need to loose any more power even if I do have the carb already. I've got a few Amal's, wonder how one of those would work.Kickstarter!
The nominal 1" model M-18 and its restrictive manifold may disappoint you, as it is designed for the low end torque requirements of a Servicar.
I would suggest a WL manifold, and any 1 1/4" model M instead.
M-18s are not that common, and you may be able to find an even-up trade for both.
I'm tall, but not a big ol boy payload. lolKickstarter!
Its not that the M-18 robs power, it just gives it all to the low end, which is necessary for lugging around with a lot a payload.
How big o' boy are you?
The M-18 venturi can be hogged out a skosh, too.
I have no clue about AMALs
(and not looking for any).
I've been watching your build on here and it is top notch!Sweet, looking forward to it.
I made this out of four pieces of cold rolled steel. I'm hoping it will look like it was a cast piece and not cut out on a mill. I started cleaning it up today, I've got one more spot to weld.Kickstarter!
Is that aluminium?
Do you chalk your files?
Pool table chalk works great.
I'm not sure what it is about 45's, but they just seem to take you back to a simpler time.because the bike fell over ...due to the heavy wingnut
man i love my "45 's
pretty sure you will say the exact same thing