Saturday, 12 February 2011

BSA B series "Thing"

I would like to get more info on this mutha. It was on the jj. I see the front has obviously been changed. I whonder if the frame is standard BSA. I notice the stance is good. Despite the single engine being really tall the non standard fuel tank looks good, not all high up and awkwardly perched on the cylinder head like they usually do when I offer up a non standard tank to try.

Cafe Race Queen

This dude sent me a link to this Your tube video about his graphic novel. Snazzy. Cafe Racer Queen

Thursday, 10 February 2011

More bits

Go 2 more main chunks of the BSA. The magneto and a clutch. Also another carb to try. The magneto was done by Chip who does a good magdyno ovehaul at a resonable price, also has bits and stuff. If You want a mag done email him at chipcap01 at hotmail dot com. (just do that email without the spaces and replace 'at' with '@') 

Wednesday, 9 February 2011

BAC 1928 2400cc Pacing machine / stayer

Flippin heck, just look at this thing. Pretty amazing I say. I found this picture while pratting around on the web, going from the 45chop blog to the Yesterdays website. BAC ca 1928 Meyer Pacing Bike 2400 cc 2 cyl ohv.

Knuckle draggin wagon

While wasting My life googling Anzani and staying machines, I arrived at the 45 chop blog. Good images of bicycle stuff and motobikes. Slam Your eyes all over this Harley Davidson Knucklehead Drag thing.

Tuesday, 8 February 2011

Sunday, 6 February 2011

1 step forwards, 2 steps back.

I got the cases back from being helicoiled and stuff. Good clean up, nicely assembled. Now the oil pump is super tight. I completely dismantled it and cleaned it. theres no sign of distortion. The pump is so tight it hinders the rotation of the crank. Also somebody cut the cylinder head steady mounting ear off the head, so no mounting point for a head steady. BSA M20 M33 B33