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G'day to all you Motorcyclists in cyberland. Like you I lean towards the older style of motorcycle and always have had. Its just that many of them were new back then. I have mostly British bikes and one hooligan bike of US descent. I also work on old speedy cars.
As I live just off the Great Ocean Road in Australia, most riding is immensely enjoyable, although a recent coffee in Lorne cost me $234- and 3 points on my licence. :(
A quick question. Does anyone have any experience with pre unitTriumph 500 Tiger 100 strokers? I'm in the process of a rebuild of one that has a TR6 crank etc. It also has 2 piece head and I'm not certain of the benefits or otherwise of this mod. All comments gratefully received.
 

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G'day! Welcome to the forum! Quite new myself.

Someone will come along soon with answers to your Triumph question. Might get an answer faster if you posted in the tech section.
 

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I live in Torquay Jay, I agree with you on the road and traffic. I occasionally do a mid week run early morning which is much better. Much more fun years ago when we used it as a personal race track.
 

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Nice, im down there about twice a month (partners form the Juc) often on the old mans Sporty. Would love to check ou your build some time. im in the process of building a T120/TR6 frankentrump first build. you'll find lots of help here, and be sure to use your search up the top as A LOT has been covered.
 

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G'day Alan & welcome, Im up in South-East bayside Melbourne, sorry can't help with Trump stuff, perhaps try searching on www.britbike.com/forums if you don't find what you're after here, if that fails i'll give a buddy of mine a bell with a '62 Tiger 100SS and i'm sure he can talk your ear off or put you onto someone who can. -nick
 
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