NOT FOR SALE! This bike is one of many , I have built over the
past few years. I can start from a resoration, or build you one from
the ground-up. Whatever chassis you want, or have, whatever paint you
would like, to complete set-ups. I'm not a engine builder, I'm not a
suspension expert, but if you don't have the time, or the resourses, I
can build you a custom built or a one-of-a-kind dirttracker. My builds
have been seen by riders at race tracks, up and down California. From
the good old days of no brakes, to the race bikes of today, I can help
you get it on the track, and maybe, a FOTO-FINISH. Contact me mark,
@661-864-1886 or you can e-mail me @ email@example.com
FOTO FINISHES Racing
My name is Ben Alameda and I make steelshoes for local racers in AMA district 36.
I've mastered the art of making steel shoes for the last couple years and would like to post an ad
on your products by racers section. Thanks, Ben
Affordable High quality Steel Shoes
These shoes are double sided to prevent dirt from packing between boot. They are made ultra light yet strong.
I only use the best tungsten carbide hardfacing available. When ordering a shoe I am open to
inquiries concerning your riding style so I can make the best possible shoe for you.
Adult sizes with strap: $205
Youth sizes with strap: $165
Phone: (831) 229-2622 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
(pictures side note: MVC15 is
example of a Standard Pipe for a stock framed TT500, MVC10 is the rear
view of a Super Quiet Pipe on a Knight framed TT500,
MVC09 is an example of the side view of a Super Quiet on a Knight framed TT500)
Barracuda Racing Products (formerly Dave Bird Racing Products) is under new the ownership of Joe Cude.
Joe recently bought all the needed equipment and schematics to fabricate the pipes.
The pipe combinations offered by Barracuda Racing Products are some of
the lightest pipe combos on the market.
NOW AVAILABLE FROM BARRACUDA RACING PRODUCTS:
Super Quiet Pipes have always passed AMA decibel readings, and on back
to back runs between a Standard pipe
and a Super Quiet on a TT500 the horse power loss was less than 1%.
Price range from $349 to $479
-gas tank mount for Knight frame, with rubber bumpers
-caliper hangers for several different frames and calipers
-UHMW (nylon) number plate mounts (38mm and 42mm)
-Rotax sprocket cover
-cylinder head flowing using a SuperFlow 110 Flow Bench
-head angle changing for several bikes (call for specific makes/models)
FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL JOE CUDE AT
928-684-2213 Cell 928-232-7111
Dennis, I don’t know if this fits the format,
but because we no longer have a meeting place for vintage Harley racers, I thought I'd give it a shot
I'm building, make that assembling, an XLR and needed flywheels. S&S laughed at me, but Truett & Osborn said sure,
and they not only made a pair for me, they had the foundry run off four extra sets, to fit XLR or KR racers,
so anyone who needs such can get them from http://www.truettandosborn.com Wichita, KS
Yes, I know they are commercial but I hoped you could run this as a public service.
Allan Girdler aka 86D
My name is Larry Pettis from Wisconsin. I was a expert in the 80's and my brother Freddy Pettis was an expert in the 60's.
We are involved in vintage flat track racing here in Wisconsin. Our Harly KR (the only Harley at this race)
finished 2nd at the Dairyland Classic at Plymouth, Wisc last Friday in the 82 and older vintage class.
I seen on the For Sale section a comment about old flywheels. If anyone is looking for WR, KR or XLR flywheels
and conn rod assy for these Harley's they can contact my brother Fred. They are S&S and yes, I know that
when you call S&S they don't know too much. Will be at Davenport with #4 Danny Vranna racing in the KR class
Freds address is
921 So. Monroe St
New Lisbon WI 53950
Phone 608 547-0007
TT Case Saver
Ceriani Fork Nut
made these Ceriani Fork Crown nuts to replace the original nuts which
after all these years have become worn out and unusable. I
used 7075 Aircraft aluminum, and made them on a Hardinge Toolroom
lathe. They fit Ceriani forks, Roadracing and Motocross with the 1
inch (or metric equivalent) steering dampener tube diameter. They have
the correct thread pitch, as I used an original dampener as a gage
for the threads. These forks were very widely used on many different
bikes including Triumph, Rickman, BSA, KTM, Bultaco, to name a
few. If you have tried to install these nuts, you know how much trouble
it is to get them in correctly without damaging the OD.I made the
thickness of the head of these nuts a little thicker than the originals
to accomodate more of the socket or wrench you may use. The
dimension across the flats is 1.312, which is 1 5/16. The originals
were 1.323, which is 33.5 mm, so I made them for a socket or wrench
that is easier to find. I may even make some crow's foot
wrenches if anyone is interested.
760 900-4232 email@example.com
Kevin Wils Apple Valley, CA.
Email received March 21
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