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  1. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    Yamaha Ty 250 majesty Road registered, Historic vehicle so tax & mot exempt. Excellent condition Tel 07950 394111 £3295.00 Derbyshire

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  2. 'A' models had aluminium engine outer casings. Later models had lighter magnesium alloy casings.
  3. Can you recall venues where events were held. The only ones in the area I know would have been Thorpe Salvin, Amen Corner, Rhodesia & Teversal.
  4. Sorry to hijack the thread, but alta what type of price does birkett charge for porting? Thanks
  5. twinshocktosser

    Exhaust

    You should be able to take 1" out of the vertical part of the front pipe & get it rewelded. The wes pipe will just miss the fins on the head & not touch the fuel tank
  6. Arthur on the greeves, went on to win his route & beat every other bike on that route. Nice bloke - good ride
  7. Sorry I am describing pre70 bikes, Charlie correctly states only outer cases are pre65.
  8. Watch it 4stroke, your question might start a Trialscentral forum pre65 rant! Some of the bantams will only use the original engine bottom end & cylinder head. Everything else is new, or recycled parts from newer bikes such as forks & wheel rims.
  9. Have you tried crookes suzuki
  10. It's to stop your fingers being cut off if you fall off the bike on to the rear wheel or someone tries to catch the bike. It is not for guiding the chain, they are fitted to mx & enduro bikes.
  11. Have you got the chain adjuster as far back as possible. You might be able to move the wheel back to gain some more wheelbase. To do this you will have to add a link or 1/2 link to the chain.
  12. Local 'club level' road trials, a nice ride around the lanes taking in new sections, finishing without feeling like I've had a good kicking
  13. Thanks for this tip, the new carb will be the next job I drop on to - thanks
  14. Condolences to his family. I was one of the many who remember him from enduro's, he would usually be in the remotest place manning the quickest check, always ready for a some banter when having your time card marked. I did events all over Britain, he was always there. You always knew it was him the timing clock had a cover on it that said oy wot time is it
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