English teeth ... choppers

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English teeth ... choppers

Postby MOUSE » Sun Jul 12, 2009 10:15 am

RIP Spike Milliagan :151

Do we need a General Info Section under British, as most have similar probs ...Amal...Lucas...oil...etc.

Anyway here they are topic in question choppers and modifications. Some like em, some don't, my guess there are not many that are virgins out there. Wot do ya think :501 :137 ?

My pick is the Hurritwin.


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Re: English teeth ... choppers

Postby dig » Sun Jul 12, 2009 10:22 am

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Re: English teeth ... choppers

Postby aiza » Fri Aug 23, 2013 12:35 pm

Thanks for all the advice and the email from WIZ. The amount of oil to the top end has improved slightley, wether its enough I'm still unsure but I'm going in the right direction. As the banjo bolts only have about 0.5mm hole (imperial????) and zero pressure its highly unlikely to be flowing at a rate of knotts. So for now I'll be happy to run it a little longer and work out my next move.
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Re: English teeth ... choppers

Postby Danny19 » Mon Nov 02, 2015 8:01 am

A modified, customized motorcycle, typically a Harley Davidson, although "back in the day" Indian, Triumph and BSA motorcycles were "chopped" and these days Japanese motorcycles are being transformed into choppers.
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