What a spectacular Machine.

Simon, what about the back brake lever? Yes, I bent it over a fire extinguisher. It passes through a hollow shaft with bronze bushes to the opposite side to align with the brake and pivot as close to the swingarm pivot as possible to prevent brake grab when the rear wheel is bouncing over bumps. Explain the lines. It's the oil pump with scavenge adapter. Oil comes from the tank to the feed side 7 of the pump. Then is distributed to the crank and valve box. It makes it's own way through the engine to the crank cases where the scavenge adapter picks it up and returns it back to the tank. The scavenge is twice as efficient as the feed to prevent wet sumping whilst running.

Superstar UK Model Katie Royle, and Simon's equally beautiful Racing Machine.



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