Monday, August 23, 2010

1957 Norton Seeley Jap Racing 1000

1957 Norton Seeley Jap Racing 1000

1957 Norton Seeley Jap Racing 1000 - Police Motorcycle

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1957 Norton Seeley 1000 Jap Racing for sale. Built by Dave Cameron. 8/80hp JAP JTOS v-twin engine, fully rebuilt, Norton Featherbed frame. Very powerful race bike in perfect running order. Available in Indonesian.

Friday, August 20, 2010

Victory Motorcycles reminds me of Canada. Few people in the USA pay much attention to the nearly invisible Canucks, just as Victory cruisers are roundly overlooked by America's steadfast allegiance to Harley-Davidsons. You have a better chance of seeing a limited-edition CVO Harley on the road than you will riding alongside any Victory model made in the firm’s 13-year history.
But lest you think Victory might be going the way of the Dodo bird (or Buell, R.I.P….), you should be aware that sales of the Polaris Industries spin-off were up 48% in the second quarter of 2010, despite a lackluster economy and a general shrinking of the two-wheel market – the 1400-plus-cc market is down 14% in North America this year. It was also Victory’s third consecutive quarter of increased market share and retail sales, thanks in large part to the successful Cross Country and Cross Roads light-tourers introduced late in 2009. In international markets, Victory sales are up 25%.
Victory’s 106 cubic-inch V-Twin is now standard equipment across the lineup, as is a redesigned 6-speed transmission.Victory’s 106 cubic-inch V-Twin is now standard equipment across the lineup, as is a redesigned 6-speed transmission.

And for 2011 Victory continues to evolve its lineup via several engineering improvements, including the adoption of the 106 cubic-inch V-Twin across Vic’s entire lineup. The 106/6 was previously available only on the Vision, Hammer, Jackpot and the hot-rod Vegas LE).
The 106-incher comes in two states of tune. The Stage 1 version in Victory’s touring lineup produces a claimed 92 hp and 109 ft-lbs of torque. The cruisers receive the slightly hotter Stage 2 iteration with lumpier cams claiming 97 hp and 113 ft-lbs. Victory Engineering’s James Holroyd notes that the enlarged 1731cc motor offers 14% more horsepower at no increase in price. We can get behind a program like that!
Upgrades to Victory’s powertrain also include a totally re-worked 6-speed transmission that promises smoother shifting, easier neutral access, and 100,000-mile durability.
The 2011 Cross Roads, like all new Victorys, receives a totally redesigned 6-speed transmission with a neutral-assist feature. Gear whine in 4th and 6th gears is dramatically hushed. zz
Victory claims a 66% decrease in driveline lash via the use of “hi-lo dog/pocket” design, and alternating heights of the gear dogs are said to result in a better fill of pockets while increasing the likelihood of engagement. Shift forks have been redesigned for increased bending resistance, and selector drum tracks have been reprofiled to ease shifting. Durability is upped thanks to a larger bearings and wider gear-sets for 4th and 6th gears. A Neutral Selection Assist feature eases access to neutral even after clutch degradation, helping extend the range for oil service from 3,000 miles to 5,000.
But more importantly, Victory has alleviated the annoying whine from the previous tranny’s spur-type gears by employing new helical-cut gears. These reduce noise dramatically, a significant 6 to 10 dBA, depending on which gear is chosen, now allowing Victory’s touring models to meet Euro noise regs. The quieter gears (including a primary-drive gear-tooth geometry tweak) have a nice side benefit of letting engineers hog out the size of the exhaust’s outlet tips to emit a more satisfying rumble from the tailpipe.
Although Victory didn’t release any fully new models for 2011, several updates have spread through the line in addition to the 106-cube motor and reworked transmission. Here’s a list of this year’s upgrades.

1966 Veocette Thruxton


1966 Veocette Thruxton - Old Classic Motorcycle

Price: 32,513 USD (24,000 EUR)
Year: 1966 Location: Europe
Mileage: 100 ml (161 km)
Frame N.: Upon request
Engine N.: Upon request

Colour: Silver
Interior: -
In 1965 the Velocette factory optimised its product range introducing one of the most rapid 500 of that time (over 190 km/h), the 500 “Thruxton”. This bike was developed in memoriam of the Velocette that won the prestigious endurance race, the “500 miles of Thruxton”. With only a thousand of samples constructed from 1965 to 1967.

The here presented Velocette Thruxton is entirely original (VMT) and underwent a complete restoration in 2004 / 05 by the British specialist Steve Tonkin. The bike has only run a 100 miles since its restoration.
This is one of the most mythical, most beautiful and most rapid British motorcycles of the 60s and one of the most sought after by collectors.

1966 Velocette Thruxton for sale. Fully original (VMT), entirely restored in 2004/05 by Steve Tonkin. Hardly run since. Available in Spain including British registration and Thruxton Machine.

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Thursday, August 19, 2010

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Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Harley-Davidson to Quit Making Sidecars

According to Motorcycle.com, Harley-Davidson will soon discontinue making sidecars. Here's an excerpt:

    "The Motor Company has been producing sidecars since 1914 but Harley-Davidson will stop accepting orders for sidecars once it completes its 2011 model year orders."

Read more.

Sunday, August 1, 2010

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Moving on toi the motor and gearbox, the clutch seemed to be disengaged when kicking the motor over there was no resistance, so last night I pulled the primary cover off and found that there were no plates or springs in the clutch basket. This morning I had a rummage in the shed and found a Hayward belt drive alloy clutch basket c/w a full 4 spring clutch assembly, I temporarily nicked the plates, springs and pressure plate and fitted them up, motor spins quite freely on the kickstart now so at least its not seized up.
I'm going to take the single chain primary set up off and keep it for the Indian Junior Scout, which will be running a Triumph 4 speed box. I'll get the right size of belt from Tony H and fit the belt drive kit with an alloy pressure plate to the TriBSA.