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I've always liked the look of twin 60's peashooter style
I'm aware that it does nothing in terms of performance, apart from the obvious gains from no restrictions the stock one has
The twin is purely asthetic, and seeing as I'm planning on putting a non stock motor I thought I might as well get it the way I want it from the start
I just like the idea of seeing the two ports from the rear, it also doesn't look like too much of a problem to fit as the frame appears pretty symmetrical, the nearside down pipe might have to be custom, it's all a learning curve for me
I hope you can see my ambitious vision of a modern reliable easy to maintain Classic Manx racer
I thought about buying the offside one from 00 racing and getting a mirror of that one made
It depends upon the cost at the time
My plan is to get everything together bit by bit and go for one bash at breaking the bike down and rebuild in the hope of doing a sort of time lapse thing
I like the black Frame version of the ACE but they are quite rare in the UK and I doubt that a second hand one will pop up for a few years yet
So I will get a friend to powder coat the frame of the ACE along with the wheels, the fairing I want to match the tank and seat cowl
So I end up with a hybrid of these two;
Bloody hell mate, I must have read that thread when bladdered and woke up thinking that was my idea , DOH !
Thanks for the link that's just what I want but with black wheels and slightly oversized tyres
Cheers bud, that link should save hours and pounds
I love this place
Hey everyone, just a quick update to my issue, it's all sorted was a simple mistake of not putting the choke back on right but now she's running beautifully and now I've put on a new front sprocket as well to increase the top speed.