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    Quote Originally Posted by thebuyer View Post
    Ideas... like this type of colour scheme .. not the bike

    But especially like the writing .... Triumph motors ... or something similar
    That is a lovely choice of scheme.

    Of course I would say that, I've just painted my own Norton tank in identical colours!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nice 'n' Fat View Post
    That's a very early style Triumph decal
    Indeed ...



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    Very nice.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by thebuyer View Post
    Think I'm sorted on the back end from out friends at down&out

    Really would like to bin all the air injection shit and get some nice filters on
    Easy to remove the Ai and if you diode the electrical plug that goes into the little black airpump you can junk that. You need to diode it so you dont get a fault code..if you remove the airbox with the ramair kit and the o2 sensors you can get a remap from Triumph twin power and that will factor in those parts and you wont have issues...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cherokee View Post
    Easy to remove the Ai and if you diode the electrical plug that goes into the little black airpump you can junk that. You need to diode it so you dont get a fault code..if you remove the airbox with the ramair kit and the o2 sensors you can get a remap from Triumph twin power and that will factor in those parts and you wont have issues...
    Errr this is a carbed bike
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    Yes what was i thinking, still need to junk the Ai and the airbox lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tunneruk View Post
    That is a lovely choice of scheme.

    Of course I would say that, I've just painted my own Norton tank in identical colours!

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    Think we better have a chat ... pm me a telephone number please

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    Quote Originally Posted by cherokee View Post
    Yes what was i thinking, still need to junk the Ai and the airbox lol
    Stop confusing me ... sounds like you might be coming to Chester to lend a hand Mr expert

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    All this...

    All this gets junked, tidys up the undertank area, and it gets rid of the poping in the exhaust....
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    This guy de-chromed my 77 Triumph engine cases.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cherokee View Post
    All this gets junked, tidys up the undertank area, and it gets rid of the poping in the exhaust....
    Bloody hell thats much cleaner than my bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebuyer View Post
    Bloody hell thats much cleaner than my bike
    Easier to get clean when start taking it apart mine was pretty dirty even though its no miles really, but they are great fun bikes to pull apart..
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    Slow progress

    So .. I started by saying I wouldn't let my OCD take over .... but with each part I take off I have to decide replace or clean & paint .... so far I've not bought much

    Been removing bolts and clips to either paint or polish ... very therapeutic


    I can't believe the rust and crap everywhere ... frame is ok ( cleaned and touched in a few bits ) but swing arm is a mess .. so that's going to be powder coated

    Tank has gone to be prepped and still working on final colour .. waiting on test cards

    Wheels I'm stuck with ... so will take advice

    Few pics ...
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    I wouldn't have bothered with the oil cooler .... the best place for it is in the bin !
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    It's like Christmas

    After cleaning, painting and polishing ... nice to get some bling bits from the team at Down & Out .... http://bespokemotorcycles.co.uk/
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    Sean does make some nice stuff
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