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7 hours ago, dadof2 said:

 

I think it was the 349 Monts that had a quick release gearbox sprocket mechanism to enable gearing changes to be made quickly by the rider, In this case the main aim to give the motor an easier time on the roads.

The 349 was good for 70mph or more, how much faster would you want to go ?

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1 hour ago, b40rt said:

The 349 was good for 70mph or more, how much faster would you want to go ?

Virtually all the modern bikes have a single circlip retaining  the gearbox sprocket. 

Yes B40rt those older bikes were really quick on the road.

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