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  1. I'm thinking of building a spare rear wheel for a 1958 T20c, would this have had a standard or wide rear hub? Or could someone please tell me the width of each so I can measure what's in there to get another one the same size.
  2. Another vote for the 250 from me. Had a '97Mont 315r and '12 Beta 250 before the Vertigo. Bike feels much easier to static balance on. Has plenty of (useable, manageable) power, the maps do change the engine characteristics. I rode in a muddy (U.K.) southern trial recently, pulled 4th in sections no problem and had bucket loads of grip. Riding practice sections at another venue I found big(ish) steps easier than the Beta. Vertigo UK have been very good to deal with. Not had any issues with the bike so far. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend, but as always try before you buy!!
  3. I've just bought a handful of 30ml plastic syringes so I can accurately measure my premix oil!
  4. I questioned this with Nick at VertigoUK, as there was a discrepancy between the 200:1 (25ml/5 litres) or 0.5% and the manual, which states 0.75% which works out at 133:1. Nick confirmed the 200:1 ratio as being the correct mixture.
  5. Thanks vinnied, I've had the wheel out, so I'll loosen off fork bottoms and check it's all sitting right as you suggest. I initially nipped them up whilst off the ground. Samwisemcg, I can only compare to fairly modern forks. The oldest being standard TY175. Obviously, compared to those they aren't all that. Lift the front wheel off the ground and they clunk, but they go up and down when you want them to. As I'm not wanting to take the bike too far from "stock pre 65" they will remain untouched.
  6. Hi I have a 1958 Cub with what I believe are the original hub, spindle, spacers into heavyweight forks. There is a gap that I'm questioning on the opposite side to the drum. Am I missing a spacer? Should the hub pull through further when I tighten the nut on the drum up? Or does it just have a gap!?
  7. Yes, just after midday. Very pleased with it, although I've not been further than the bottom of the garden. Really noticed a difference between maps on the slippy stuff. As you have said in another post, top service from Nick and VertigoUK, top team.
  8. Yup 100% Built Jan 4th. Mine is a Ti, not sure if it's specific to them. When was yours built?
  9. Just taken delivery of a new 250. Vertigo have got rid of the 9V battery. Bike was built Jan 2017. Apologies to existing owners, I forgot to ask if they can eliminate this on earlier bikes. Very pleased so far!
  10. Cheers guys I've emailed RedBull TV to see what the score is.
  11. Can't get film to load on RedBull Tv, anyone else currently have this? 27/12/16 20.30
  12. With the engine off, click it up into a high gear, pull the clutch in then gently rock back and forth till the plates free themselves. Once free find neutral again, start the bike engage the clutch and click it into gear. Be prepared for the clutch to drag till it warms up though, so make sure you have a nice clear run till it does!
  13. Does anyone know if there is a database or will records have been kept of either a bikes registration number or frame number of it's competition entry history? I have a 1958 Cub which I inherited from my dad, I believe it may have been ridden in the Travers and Scottish.