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Engine Plates , Norton wideline twin, Norton laydown, Triumph T110 pre unit

Discussion in 'Triton' started by steko, Oct 25, 2018.

  1. Fast Eddie

    Fast Eddie VIP MEMBER

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    He’s the shop owner in ‘Black Books’....
     
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  2. Bernhard

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    Black books? Do you mean there is a shop dealing in dirty books like well-thumbed motorcycle manuals/ or do they just do Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance?
     
  3. Fast Eddie

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    Classic British comedy.

    Unfortunately for our American cousins, there are no subtlitles...

     
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  4. steko

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    Tank you guys for all those expert opinions and advices. !

    Matt, great idea! can that be the reason why the engine in the JV Specials lean forward.
    please refer:
    http://www.vintagebike.co.uk/pictures/1953-triton-pair/
    https://www.pressreader.com/france/moto-revue-classic/20140701/281874411669789




     
  5. Fast Eddie

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    Steko, out of interest, are you sticking with the lay down box idea?
     
  6. steko

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    No Eddie, i take up Matt's advice. Now i will get std norton twin engine plates to make the templates.


     
  7. steko

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    Andy Molnar sells engine plates that fit perfect with the laydown ! :)
     
  8. Fast Eddie

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    Problem solved then Steko!

    Although, just to repeat, IMHO, given where you are in the build process currently, you’d be better off swapping for a different box.
     

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