My Shed is full , so I've overtaken some of the kitchen

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My Shed is full , so I've overtaken some of the kitchen

Post by drewseventyone » Sat Mar 13, 2010 2:20 pm

Hi guys

The good thing about sharing a laundry door between your garage and the kitchen is, you can take pictures on the kitchen bench when your shed is such a mess you cant take pics out there. (and dishwashers make good parts washers, ovens are great for heating up cases to press bearings in)

I got asked recently what a MAP Cycle billet kit for a Triumph was, so here is most of one.

850cc 11:1 forged pistons, nascar style rods, billet pushrod tubes etc etc, wont bore you with the cam specs

Mate who I met on here and hooked me up with some bars asked about the Triumph side covers so you can run a splayed port head with velocity stacks on an oil in frame, this is what they look like

Billet Trees on a T140 with stock clocks ?

Smiths gauges are cool , but big and ugly, funny how some things can be ugly and cool at the same time.


Acceleration is fun, but drum brakes keep life interesting.

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Post by Cromag » Sun Mar 14, 2010 8:15 pm

Does not work or play well with others
Loud pipes save lives
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