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  1. The one in the 10 is a bigger brake to begin with but yours is fitted with an aftermarket sammy miller brake plate with special water excluding lip! ive had a few and didnt notice much difference to a standard one. a good brake is all in the set up ,shoes have to be matched to the hub by skimming both hub and shoes round
  2. Yes Dave , highboy type , standard were fixed
  3. Dave ,your bike is 2nd series of three , should have single tube under the motor with 2 smaller tubes coming off it half way under the motor ,yours has had this cut out and an alloy bashplate fitted ,rear hub and brake pedal is correct ,Pat Kean
  4. engine is rotax so same as swm etc parts availability is good .forks and wheels .controls used by many so again no probs , its only the exhaust rear guard and airbox that you may struggle with but aftermarket silencers and some people are remaking the rear guard so on the whole no worse than anything else .i have one im looking to part with if you are looking 07980633454
  5. why not get both ? scooter for the shops/beach/wife and alpina for the numerous endless trails ?
  6. Hi your Sherpa s has femsatronic electronic ignition , no points , condenser , lighting coils or any serviceable parts . if you want to run lights you will need a complete points ignition or a femsatronic off a lobito .From what I can tell its a 100cc Sherpa s and on some of those the crankshaft taper was a smaller size to the bigger engines so be aware of what you may purchase .Easiest way is to give Lynn mobley a call as he will point you in the right direction
  7. Hi , the equivalent year pursang (model 104 ) parts will fit straight on but the cases will need matching as the transfers are bigger on the pursang . you wont get 352cc mk7 or 363 cc mk8 pursang parts to fit as they have different stud centres plus they have longer stroke , not forgetting the airbox and exhaust , ignition and primary weights . Its a Sherpa T a trials bike , theres a reason Bultaco made the frontera and pursing , enjoy it for what it is .
  8. I would say at least 80%of Sherpas were exported , most came to the uk , keep on at in motion to date it but probably all they will say is manufactured 74/75
  9. I hope they came with a portable welder
  10. Hi Glenn , are you sure its just not been tweaked , ive never seen a homerlight unit any different than the one on the right , I could be wrong but I think these 2 are the early paint design , the later ones had the silver swoop up and back ending in a point just in front of the fuel cap similar to the matador mk3/4 design
  11. Please tell me your not going to butcher this frontera?
  12. Hi , I still have the cup that was issued to riders as my Dad rode it , I think he was on a Dalesman that year , Peter kean from Preston
  13. theres one on ebay now for 1200 he says he will courier for extra which will be about 120 , its a matching nos mk 6 , your spare 175 motor will drop straight in , don't think you will find one much cheaper . a good runner ready to go is worth 2 to 2500 all day long , all the pursangs at Stafford went for at least 1500 plus premium apart from a mk 10 without wheels in bits and a mk12 for about 900 plus premium. mk7, 8 and 12 seem to command the best prices
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    The mk 6 was the only pursang to be offered in 5 capacities , 125,175,200,250,350 (326) the sherpa s scrambler had been discontinued by this time and it was this bike that traditionally had the small capacaties,
  15. I think the reason Gilles hasn't used the last ignition cover is because hes gone to a hydraulic clutch and it may have been better to play around with the earlier heavier case , all credit to him as it looks great.
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