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Ha!
Lol, you have been reading too many magazines!

Anyway, found 2 more French Follies...very tempting...
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British Bikes / Re: Villiers 172cc sport
« Last post by Rex on Today at 06:31:05 PM »
The Aussies will be along soon enough to answer your questions in detail, but there's quite a lot of info on this forum if you do a search.
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British Bikes / tiger cub forks upgrade
« Last post by beardyimpman on Today at 04:49:55 PM »
WHAT FORKS CAN BE FITTED TO A TIGER CUB SCRAMBLER, IS BSA C15 FORKS SUITABLE , WANT TO USE CUB 19,, FRONT WHEEL THANKS
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European and Other Bikes / Re: Terrot MT 1, 100cc 2 stroke: non-starter!
« Last post by mini-me on Today at 04:11:03 PM »
I have a huge member so I have never felt the need for such cars ;D
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No danger, so please don't worry!
Done 4 Porsche flat 6's from the crank out, easy rebuilds!
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British Bikes / Villiers 172cc sport
« Last post by Ralf89 on Today at 01:00:18 PM »
Dear Forum members,
at first I have to introduce myself:
My name is Ralf and I am from Austria.
Many thank`s to the admins for adding me to this forum!
Now to my question:
I have 2 Villiers 172cc sports engines. The crankcase from one of these 2 engines is stamped with the letter "T", which as I found out means that this is the sports engine for petroil lubrication. But on this "T"-crankcase are also the lubrication holes for the main bearings. The cylinder also has the oil connection port between the two exhaust ports.
Are the lubrication holes in the crankcase and the oil connection port on the cylinder correct for the "T"-type sports engine?
If yes, what are the differences to the "TL"-type sports engine with AutoLube-system?
Where is on the"TL"-type sports engine the connection port for the crankcase-pressure tube located, which is necessary for the Autolube-system?
Sorry for my midding english, I hope my text is understandable.

Many thank`s in Advance!
kind Regards

Ralf

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European and Other Bikes / Re: Terrot MT 1, 100cc 2 stroke: non-starter!
« Last post by mini-me on Today at 09:58:54 AM »
FFS if the porch thing don't start, please use another forum. :o :o
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British Bikes / triumph tiger cub ,year
« Last post by beardyimpman on December 13, 2019, 09:30:40 PM »
can anyone tell me the years of the frame numbers, 45606,,,,,,,,,,  T 53542 ,      ,,,,,,, T49278, , WITH THESE CAME A ENGINE ,   NUMBER , T20C46328 ,, ANY HELP MUCH APPRECIATED  THANKS
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European and Other Bikes / Re: Terrot MT 1, 100cc 2 stroke: non-starter!
« Last post by Terrotmt1 on December 13, 2019, 08:57:05 PM »
Murdo, you are right.
The model before 1950 had a twin port barrel, an exhaust pipe either side, and the looks are good from both sides, the non silencer side is a bit boring...
Thinking of getting some Indian made panniers to make it all a bit more interesting.
Many 50s bike have a good and boring side.
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