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    Quote Originally Posted by husaberg View Post
    Ivan did you read the whole article?

    http://www.supermononewsletter.co.uk...ermono-History
    yeah i read the whole article heaps just disected that part out for anyone intrested in building a frame and what not
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    Quote Originally Posted by husaberg View Post
    Ivan did you read the whole article?

    http://www.supermononewsletter.co.uk...ermono-History
    l dont know why place's quote 250 mx bikes have these silly figgers when a good one is only 24hp . 450's put out the 48 hp type mark stock

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy man View Post
    l dont know why place's quote 250 mx bikes have these silly figgers when a good one is only 24hp . 450's put out the 48 hp type mark stock
    Which is less than my old 501 Berg



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    Quote Originally Posted by crazy man View Post
    l dont know why place's quote 250 mx bikes have these silly figgers when a good one is only 24hp . 450's put out the 48 hp type mark stock
    yeah the figures are crazy what they put out
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    As we are talking Super Mono's

    This was my attempt at building a big single but I hated the damn thing
    Motor was a KLR600 tuned by Mike Hatheral, it had a high comp piston, megacycle cam and was heavily worked on the head, I ran a humongous Dellorto carb. The chassis was the reason for my loathing, it was an early TZR 250 and it had serious head shaking problems, and I mean it would go into a massive tank slappers that could cause involuntary bowel movements, the only thing that made it ride-able was a fully set steering damper.
    The pictures are my before and after a round up in sunny Cadwell park in March.
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    Quote Originally Posted by husaberg View Post
    Which is less than my old 501 Berg
    and my (since sold) 1981 MAico 490
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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonu View Post
    and my (since sold) 1981 MAico 490
    Less than my CR500 as well
    Curiously this also old banger below has more hp as well.
    So much for progress.

    No the Manx is not mine although i wish it was.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cotswold View Post
    This was my attempt at building a big single but I hated the damn thing
    Motor was a KLR600 tuned by Mike Hatheral, it had a high comp piston, megacycle cam and was heavily worked on the head, I ran a humongous Dellorto carb. The chassis was the reason for my loathing, it was an early TZR 250 and it had serious head shaking problems, and I mean it would go into a massive tank slappers that could cause involuntary bowel movements, the only thing that made it ride-able was a fully set steering damper.
    The pictures are my before and after a round up in sunny Cadwell park in March.
    Is a fibreglass tank cover I spy? or just the stock tank with the underside cut out.
    I was going to redo my fibreglass one but if someone has a mold sitting around it would ber seriously handy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by husaberg View Post
    Less than my CR500 as well
    Curiously this also old banger below has more hp as well.
    So much for progress.

    No the Manx is not mine although i wish it was.
    Why does your CR500 have Bucket wheels???

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonu View Post
    Why does your CR500 have Bucket wheels???
    It came with them I am pretty sure they are CBR400 but not totally they are from memory 3 and 4 inch
    But you are on to my cunning plan.

    Insert engine into rs or Nsr chassis put on full fairing and lets go bucket racing



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    I thought it may have been an extra capacity allowance for two strokes under sup regs to give the oil burners a chance angainst the diesels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henk View Post
    I thought it may have been an extra capacity allowance for two strokes under sup regs to give the oil burners a chance angainst the diesels.
    I'm for that, lets allow unrestricted 125cc water cooled two strokes. Obviously not purpose buit racers though.
    Hilleye

    If it doesn't bring a tear to your eye, add a little more fully synth 2T to the mix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moooools View Post
    Is a fibreglass tank cover I spy? or just the stock tank with the underside cut out.
    I was going to redo my fibreglass one but if someone has a mold sitting around it would ber seriously handy.
    Just the original cut out with a small ally one underneath

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    Looks like Foale was beaten to the spine

    I am not totally sure it is a spine but it sure looks like it is.

    Colin Seeley sure did some beautiful frames (never did go much for his seats though
    Straight tubes from the steering head was his later trademark as in modern designs.
    Made a few frames for the works racers as well.
    He also in collaboration did one of the first Monoque race frames as well. I think he bet Norton with the JPS

    This Norton F type 1955 also predates Foale by a number of years.
    Moto Guzzi probably predates his and Scott predates Guzzi and so forth.

    I have added the Paul Dunstall "Drainpipe" frame because i mainly see it as a amalgamation of both and i love the pipes.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QreNam7_wmY
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    Rake and Trail calculator

    Rake and Trail calculator

    Not a bad site a bit of every thing some useful stuff its in my top 20.

    http://www.rbracing-rsr.com/advchoppercalc.html

    Grumph sent me this name the date of this frame no prizes for the manufacturer for anyone over 30 that's obvious, but the date may surprise a few.
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