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  1. darkman

    darkman Crème de la Crème

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    Had this great little T100 in today for a Boyer EI install, another happy chappy off to enjoy his bike.

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  2. darkman

    darkman Crème de la Crème

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    I replaced the old points setup with an elecronic ignition system that is fit n forget :)
     
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  3. darkman

    darkman Crème de la Crème

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    Steady you will have me riding past shop windows looking at meself thinking i'm cool lol.
     
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  4. Don the Don

    Don the Don Bigger Than The Average Bear

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    Nice job @darkman It keeps your hand in and the word of mouth is sure to bring in more customers.
     
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  5. FAT999

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    The most stupid (similar) thing I ever did was looking at a girl at a bus stop. Drifted over the white line and hit a council refuse truck head on. Shortened the wheelbase on my T140 by about eighteen inches and was in a toe-to-hip plaster cast for six months. :weary_face:

    That's a nice looking T100, by the way.
     
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  6. Riggers

    Riggers Well-Known Member

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    Lovely little Tiger 100. I bought a new one in 1970 and did 20,000 miles on it in a year! That's a 16/17 year old's enthusiasm for you!

    Bought a new T100 this year and love it just as much. :)
     
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  7. MARK DOBSON

    MARK DOBSON Well-Known Member

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    i have a 2001 tt600 ,and a buddy just got a 2017 street twin which i have ridden and liked the old school feel of.
    i started looking at 60s 650 tigers .
    my question is how reliable would it be.?
    thanks mark
     
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  8. darkman

    darkman Crème de la Crème

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    As with any of these older bikes its down to servicing/maintenance. Your safest bet is buying a project you can rebuild and look after.
     
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  9. MARK DOBSON

    MARK DOBSON Well-Known Member

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    That is my plan ..looking at relatively complete examples
    Seem to be quite a few around in south Texas ..at least they are relatively straight forward..
    No sensors or injection..
    Thanks mark
     
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  10. MARK DOBSON

    MARK DOBSON Well-Known Member

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    also do you have a pic from the other side showing the exhaust.
    i assume its a high pipe arrangement.
    but am curious.
    thanks mark
     
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  11. darkman

    darkman Crème de la Crème

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    Sorry i don't have another pic and yes its a 2 into 1 high level pipe, for T100 500cc engine bikes like above this link is a good read :)
    https://www.triumph-tiger-90.com/index.shtml


    And for 650cc bikes this one.
    https://triumphbonneville120.co.uk/
     
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  12. MARK DOBSON

    MARK DOBSON Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the links will read them at work cheers mark
     
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