COMMENTS: This Triumph required alot of TLC including repairing the fenders, side cover, oil tank, gasoline & chain guard before painting, scuff & spray frame, seal interior & paint gasoline tank, hand paint gasoline tank badges, replace tires, rebuild wheels, add front hub cover & new brake shoes, rebuild front forks including new springs, install Pazon electronic ignition, polish various parts, install steering head tapered roller bearing kit, replace engine hardware with stainless steel, paint engine cylinder head, replace wiring harness, change fluids, install correct main jet & clean Amal carburetor, repair kick start issue (as seen in video), replace cables & petcocks & repair various other items on the bike. This restoration took 55 hours of labor & lots of parts.
CLICK HERE FOR 2.2 minute video describing a kick start issue with this Triumph
Customer racing at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona, Florida
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2.2 minute video describing a kick start issue with this Triumph