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My newly refreshed Honda RS200T, frame stripped foot peg modification, powder coated, new alloy top and bottom yolks, new exhaust, new rear shocks, new wheel rims, stainless spokes and new tyres, bars, levers and titanium foot pegs.

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Hello, I'm a new member from Syracuse NY.

I have 6 vintage Yamahas and a 1969 Triumph Bonneville.

Here is my '74 TY250 which I adore.

I do all my own work.

I just posted a question regarding the TY autolube in this forum.

Dude

 

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finished this project a few months ago. 1970 Hodaka Ace 100 mildly converted into a trials bike. The only mod to the frame was relocating the foot pegs because I wanted to be able to put it back to stock. It has a flywheel weight added which was a pound and a half and I made a more tucked in exhaust but the motor is other wise stock with a fresh rebuild. I ended up putting the smaller tank on it due to leaky fuel taps on the original but I like it better so it will stay. It has proven to be a fun little bike.

 

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Hopefully, when I repack the exhaust boxes, and change the fork seals, I'll have a runner that can be used. I just hope the exhaust clear out will allow it to produce a bit of power as it starts and ticks over fine. 

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On 7/31/2018 at 3:56 AM, motom said:

I just got round to finishing my 350 Jumbo. Rode it in a local trial this past weekend for the first time and was happy with the way it rides although I need to jet the carb as we were at 6,000ft

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At 6,000 feet... where do you mount the bikes parachute?

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My 1961 BSA.

It may be old, but it is still very capable (I can only claim to be half of that description ?).

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3 hours ago, Ftwelder said:

My 1972 MAR barn find with super low miles (770) . I took off the fragile bits and replaced them along with filling the holes in the tank and lining with epoxy. I rode it today for the first time

and how did it go?

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