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Sfor110
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History

Post by Sfor110 » Mon Apr 16, 2018 1:05 pm

To anyone that might be interested.
I have paper work on the following two machines issued by REME LAD Workshops 4 Fd Amb.
Eqpt Reg/Ser No:
73 KL 29
76 KL 07

If these bikes are still in alive, in the country and of interest I would be happy to post these AFG 932 forms to a current owner.

Mark
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P.I.STAKER
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Re: History

Post by P.I.STAKER » Mon Apr 16, 2018 9:14 pm

Hi Mark
welcome to the forum
very kind offer



https://sites.google.com/site/gvsparts/
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ARMSTRONG MT500 1984
BMW R1100S

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Minter
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Location: Faringdon, Oxfordshire

Re: History

Post by Minter » Sat Apr 28, 2018 9:52 am

Hi Mark, welcome to the forum!

73KL29 is part of my collection! Can't post a pic at the mo tho but last 3 of frame number are 433..

Gary
Sportax Racing
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SPORTAX Racing ROTAX
http://www.sportaxracing.co.uk
MTRC Shopkeeper
http://sportaxracing.co.uk/product-category/mtrc-shop/
Manuals & Technical Publications on above MTRC shop link

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#skippy1970
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Re: History

Post by #skippy1970 » Sat Apr 28, 2018 10:27 am

The power of the interwebythingymejigy is a wonder
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If my brain was to get any smarter it would become self aware and take over my body

MT350 GL36AA

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Minter
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Re: History

Post by Minter » Tue May 08, 2018 5:45 pm

Ivde finally sussed the picture mallarky!

Heres 73KL29 in all her glory!

Image
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SPORTAX Racing ROTAX
http://www.sportaxracing.co.uk
MTRC Shopkeeper
http://sportaxracing.co.uk/product-category/mtrc-shop/
Manuals & Technical Publications on above MTRC shop link

Sfor110
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Location: Hampshire

Re: History

Post by Sfor110 » Mon Jun 18, 2018 12:20 pm

Hi mate
Sorry for the delay in this reply.
If you'd like the worksheet for your bike I'm more than happy to launch into the "snail-mail".
Provide me with some details, and as today is an admin day it'll hit the red box last post.
Oddly I've also got some 101 ambulance paperwork that I'm due to pass on to a lad in Farringdon but I hope to see him in Henley in a few weeks time.
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Minter
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Re: History

Post by Minter » Thu Jun 28, 2018 10:40 am

Sfor110 wrote: ↑
Mon Jun 18, 2018 12:20 pm
Hi mate
Sorry for the delay in this reply.
If you'd like the worksheet for your bike I'm more than happy to launch into the "snail-mail".
Provide me with some details, and as today is an admin day it'll hit the red box last post.
Oddly I've also got some 101 ambulance paperwork that I'm due to pass on to a lad in Farringdon but I hope to see him in Henley in a few weeks time.
Cheers! Ive now tightened the gear lever!
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SPORTAX Racing ROTAX
http://www.sportaxracing.co.uk
MTRC Shopkeeper
http://sportaxracing.co.uk/product-category/mtrc-shop/
Manuals & Technical Publications on above MTRC shop link

davie7121
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Re: History

Post by davie7121 » Wed Aug 08, 2018 8:29 pm

Just got the history of mine, 73KL46. 1995 registered RA then RLC, cast in 09 obtained it in 2014. A bit poppy but going strong.
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Wirralman
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Re: History

Post by Wirralman » Wed Aug 08, 2018 9:03 pm

davie7121 wrote: ↑
Wed Aug 08, 2018 8:29 pm
Just got the history of mine, 73KL46. 1995 registered RA then RLC, cast in 09 obtained it in 2014. A bit poppy but going strong.
Poppy ? Clean the carb if it really bothers you Both of my MT350s I had on the road popped slightly on over-run despite tweaking mixture screw and carb cleaning Some say there should be no popping at all but many bikes do

PS If you decide you must take carb off to clean, it's a struggle to remove it. I found it easier to remove the airbox first, a job which in itself can be frustrating if it hasn't been off for ages
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