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I have found a company that makes these mounts that are very near match to the original electronic box mounts and they were kind enough to send me three out as a sample, I was wondering if anyone would be interested in these. Cheers John, ps if enough people are interested I will try a bulk buy
- Mon May 04, 2020 11:51 am
- Forum: Tech
- Topic: B50MX cam in a B25 and Big bore ideas.
- Replies: 10
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Have a look at Micheal Waller on YouTube, he has a 280 conversion vid or try Roger at RTSRACINGPRODUCTS438@YAHOO.CO.UK. He does conversions.
no problem All help appreciatedbeesa71 wrote: ↑Tue Apr 21, 2020 8:35 amIf John will excuse me; here’s a link re’ the exhaust system.
http://b50.org/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?f=2 ... ons#p64189
My b25 project has been stood a couple of months and yesterday was the Big first start day, anyway after the usual double checks of the timing and fuel I found it difficult to kick, on dropping the sump plate I got approx a litre of oil out, topped up again and the rest went well just fine timing an...
I am looking for someone to LEND me a b50/b25oif rear axle so I can use as a pattern to get some made in stainless, some possibly to suit paddock stands, if you can help let me know, TIA cheers John.
I had a lozenge silencer built by lathejack and you won't find better as they don't exist, I've also had an MX style one built by Ben at Raysons exhausts. Again a superb piece of workmanship.
Can't find the oddie pins for my b25ss side panels, research has got me confused Anne the few I've found are way overpriced, can anybody recommend a good supplier an or the size please. Tia John
Minety is correct Raysons sandbends in mild steel pipe for any bike his work is amazing and old school workshop a dream to visit ,worth seeking out if you need bespoke service, his next project is a bennelli 750 sei race system,
- Wed Jul 25, 2018 6:30 pm
- Forum: Parts & Bikes wanted
- Topic: B50ss purple fender
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The Sammy Miller fork brace/mudguard mount and a mudguard from Autocycle engineering in Dudley rolled to suit does the trick sorry not bolted up in this picture
Hi all, on fitting my exhaust I am finding that there isn't enough clearance between the front pipe and the clutch lever when the clutch is pulled in, any good ideas for bending the pipe without ruining it Tia John,