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1967 Triumph Other on mail.2040motos

YearYear:1967 MileageMileage:99
Location:

Tucson, Arizona, United States

Tucson, Arizona, United States
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Triumph Other description

Vintage 1967 Triumph TR6C Trophy Competition 650 Project - Desert Sled Scrambler

Bike is in overall good shape for its age. Engine and frame numbers are matching. Previous owner had the bike since the early 70s.  At some point, a set of Cerianni forks were installed accompanied by a Bates headlight.  Inside of tank is really clean. Motor runs well with no funny noises, etc.  Carb will need to be tuned.  The Mighty Max unit will need to be replaced as bike does not start or run without a battery wired in.  Oil bag and toolbox mounting tabs have been cut off the rear frame loop in order to install the round oil tank. This would be a great bike to restore back to original or make it into a killer desert sled. I have a clear AZ title

Buyer to pay $500 NON REFUNDABLE deposit at the end of the auction.  Balance due within 7 days unless prior arrangements are made.

Buyer to arrange shipping or pick up from Tucson, AZ.  I can deliver within a reasonable distance for a fee

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Twin-Engined Triumph Rocket Streamliner To Challenge Motorcycle Land-Speed Record At Bonneville

Thu, 29 Aug 2013 00:00:00 -0700

The 1,000-horsepower Castrol Rocket is currently undergoing testing for its upcoming assault on the land speed record of 376.156 mph, set in 2010, by Rocky Robinson with the Ack Attack streamliner. The goal: a 400-mph-plus record-breaking run. The 25-foot long x 2-foot wide x 3-foot high streamliner was constructed in cooperation by Hot Rod Conspiracy and Carpenter Racing and will compete in the Division C (Streamlined) – Type V (5) Spark Ignition, Over 2,000cc to 3,000cc class. Powering the Rocket are two heavily modified Triumph Rocket III engines. Each Carpenter Racing built engine was reduced from 2,294cc to 1,485cc (2,970cc total) to meet the 3,000cc maximum total displacement class rule requirement. While piston size remains the same stock 4-inch bore, stroke was reduced from 3.75 inches to 2.4 inches and redline increased from 5,750 rpm to 9,000+ rpm. There’s also one Garrett GT2876R ball bearing, liquid-cooled turbocharger per engine.

Single sided chain adjustment

Wed, 14 Apr 2010 00:00:00 -0700

We don’t get the manuals with our long term bikes and I didn’t want swallow my pride and ask triumph how to adjust the chain on the Speed Triple. For the life of me I couldn’t figure it out. The single side swing arm with centrally mounted disk is a work of art but how the hell you are supposed to adjust the thing?

This Used to be a Triumph Daytona 675 Race Bike [Video]

Thu, 29 Sep 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Crashes occur fairly often during motorcycle races but rarely do we see a race bike get as spectacularly demolished as this Triumph Daytona 675. The crash took place during the Sept.  11 Donington Park round of the Triumph Triple Challenge, a support class in the British Superbike series featuring the Triumph Daytona 675. Rider Ash Beech low sides going into a corner and thankfully slides relatively safely into the grass.