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1966 Bsa Victor on mail.2040motos

YearYear:1966 MileageMileage:30
Location:

Winston, Oregon, United States

Winston, Oregon, United States
1966 BSA VICTOR, image 1

BSA Victor photos

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BSA Victor tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):441 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:Off-Road For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

BSA Victor description

 On offer here is a great running 1966 BSA 441 Victor with a completely rebuilt engine and transmission. The engine has a new big end, mains, small end pin bush, fresh bore/piston kit, new cam and bushings, valves, guides, springs, gaskets and seals. The transmission has new bearings, bushings and seals, new clutch plates and springs, new small kick pinion gear, with a later model primary chain tensioner added. The ignition features a 1970 stator with Sparks regulator and new ignition points. Carburetion is a 930 Amal Concentric with a Uni air filter. Front end is a Ceriani with a TT500 wheel and new/old stock Barum 3.00 X 21. It has a new final drive chain and sprockets with new rear shocks and an old stock 6 day 4.00 X 18 Metzeler tire in decent shape. The bike has a brand new seat, new levers and control cables, Oury grips, K&N handlebars with a 2" extended swingarm (handles well.) Also included is a brand new header pipe. The cosmetics are as follows: needs a paint job and dings removed from the tank. This bike would make a good AHRMA vintage racer. This BSA is sold in as-is condition with a bill of sale. Any questions, call Craig at (541) 679-6064.            

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