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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    Nice. Though from the picture, it looks a bit small for you.
    Here's my '89 Moto Guzzi Cali III, stock internally, very non std externally; owned for 17 years and counting, bit bigger in dimensions for you. I'm 6'3"...

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    Nice bikes, heres a new Bonneville that some Thai guy i know just picked up. I think it was 600,000 baht



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    ^ He really...I mean REALLY dressed up for the occasion.

    Very nice bike BTW.

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    Thruxton?

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    Triumph Bonneville T120 i think

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    Quote Originally Posted by thaiguzzi View Post
    No earplugs.
    Beenie helmet so going slowly deaf.
    More;


    Awesome looking bike. I had a T140v took the disc brakes of the front end and put it back to a conical hub. Replaced the old Amal carbs with mikuni . Only problem I had with it was when Australia switched to a lower emission fuel . After that I had 5o add my own lead to the petrol , 1 cap of redline every 3 or 4 tanks I think..

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker View Post
    Awesome looking bike. I had a T140v took the disc brakes of the front end and put it back to a conical hub. Replaced the old Amal carbs with mikuni . Only problem I had with it was when Australia switched to a lower emission fuel . After that I had 5o add my own lead to the petrol , 1 cap of redline every 3 or 4 tanks I think..
    Thanx.
    Yeah, T120-140's are great bikes once sorted.
    That's a Yamaha FZR1000 front end and brake disc. caliper is a UK made Billet 6. Yokes are CNC machined one-off Trick Machining parts.
    Motor is 830cc using a Weslake billet steel full circle crank (very very heavy) with steel Carillo rods.
    I just de-tuned it this year, got rid of the Amal MK II 34mm carbs and full race cams, went back to new Amal MK I Premier stock 30mm's and stock late 650 half race cams. Mag is set at just off full advance - no auto advance... Cant' kick start her in flip flops...
    Bike is running better than the last 15 years in this heat. Running a treat.

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    Here's 'Ol Blu and 'Ol Yeller, my two trials bikes.
    Both '84 Yamaha ty250 mono's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thaiguzzi View Post
    Not the style of bike I usually like but that's really cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    Nice. Though from the picture, it looks a bit small for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Nice bikes, heres a new Bonneville that some Thai guy i know just picked up. I think it was 600,000 baht




    That is the 'grooviest' front tyre I have ever seen !

    That thing would part the Red Sea.


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    This one's in pretty good shape for a 1967. It's an oil injected two popper ASI 125.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishlocker View Post

    This one's in pretty good shape for a 1967. It's an oil injected two popper ASI 125.
    What's the blue Yamaha in the back ground with the sexy tank?

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