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4 of these German made 530 - 90 link chains need a long chain for the BSA... $10ea. ordered one to look over and they are top notch NOS parts ;D
advCo said:That's sweet. Got a link to buy?
Redbird said:Nick, found one...
I don't think this is who I purchased from, but it's identical to the one I have, and it's the same price I paid.
grandpaul said:1952 Norton ES2 plunger frame
Shipping cost: $80
"nothing is free"
Plunger suspension parts from e-bay - $132
Stuck Triumph forks & bent yoke - free (off the shelf, I never throw stuff away)
I have a set of old BSA 250 wheels that I should be able to adapt and have a rolling chassis soon.
Glad it made it manTune-A-Fish© said:
Damn, that's slick as fuckhurco550 said:Dual cylinder head temp gauge from an ultralight aircraft for the ardee.
hurco550 said:Dual cylinder head temp gauge from an ultralight aircraft for the ardee.
Yeah, it reads the temp at the head directly under the plug via thermocouple. No additional power, just those wires running to the gaugespotty said:does that work direct from the temp of the spark plug? does it have sep power feed as well (those two wires?)
does it come in roman catholic temps (celcius), how much did it cost?
thinking the Vmax might benefit from such an attachment
A thermocouple produces voltage. That's how they work. You would never need a power source.hurco550 said:Yeah, it reads the temp at the head directly under the plug via thermocouple. No additional power, just those wires running to the gauge
Right, isn't that what I said?irk miller said:A thermocouple produces voltage. That's how they work. You would never need a power source.
Not exactly, but making sure it's clear to the other poster. I was sort of explaining how they work. I quoted you as a follow-up, not to correct you.hurco550 said:Right, isn't that what I said?
Check out aircraftspruce.com even the metric ones are cheaper thereHabanero52 said:Spotty, they are available in Roman Catholic Temperature.