tisdag 16 augusti 2016

Kawasaki KX 125 1974

 Kawasaki KX 125 1974-76 cylinder, new never used.
 Exhaust flange included , Pris 290 euro
 Shop manual KX 125 1974, nice example without damages, price 30 euro

Suzuki RM 125 S 1975

This is the first RM model that Suzuki made, or maybe the second as the first RM125 1975 was so slow that the factory almost immidiately put out the S-model with upgraded ignition, handmade pipe and revised cylinderporting and the bike was a flyer.
There were not many sold over the World and in Sweden there were ten bikes imported by a private dealer. This is most likely one of those and it is a rare model.
The Suzuki works and I have ridden on it but it would need a complete restoration to make it self justice.
Price 1350 euro

Dunstall Double Disc Fork

 The fork and calipers and wheel is in good working order. The inner pipes are longer then normal and will most likely need to be shortened if they are used on a Cafe Racer. Fork leg diameter is 36 mm and I believe the triple clamps are Kawasaki but he fork was attached to a Triumph Trident Before dismantling.
 I have seen a kit with only down tubes and a hub sell at Ebay for about 1350 Pounds and thso weren´t in good shape. Price for this complete fork with complete wheel with discs and 19x1,60" flanged rim is 1390 euro.

söndag 14 augusti 2016

SRM Speedway engine

SRM Speedway Engine built from NOS parts and completed with new made parts from original pattern by well known Husqvarna V-Twin replica fabricator Gösta Svensson.
The Engine has never been started.
SRM stands for Svensk (Swedish) Racer Motor and they were constructed by Folke Mannerstedt made in small numbers in the late forties. The use of magnesium made the engine very light, about 10 kilos less than the JAP speedway Engine but it was a bit fragile. Norwegian driver and tuner Basse Hveem was probably the most successful user and took many victorys in Scandinavian Long track races with his SRM, he was called the "King of Solvalla" after numerous wins at the biggest race in Sweden.
It is equipped with a BTH magneto, carburator is missing.
Price Engine 6900 euro

Drott Long Track or Ice Racing 2 speed gearbox, NOS, never used, 950 euro, the Drott gearbox is sold, no longer available.

Kurt Ivan Carlsson GP Yamaha 350cc

TR 350 Bj. 1972, ex. Kurt Ivan Carlsson Carlsson was
3rd in world championship 1971 and built this for 1972 season.
The bike isn´t exactly like it was in 72 when it was painted just like a Yamaha
but the red changed to green.
Also there were other wheels on it and a 6 speed gearbox was fitted, now 5 speed and wet clutch 1971 TR2B items in the engine. Frame is made by Carlsson, according to him the bike weighed in at 95 kg in 1972 with the original wheels fitted then. The bike is running and is fast.
The clutch is slipping though.
The Kurt Ivan Carlsson bike has a TR3 engine.
It has matching numbers with the frame 720101 and was bought
by the danish yamaha importer. Carlsson tuned it and it was very fast in
72 but lost the edge when the first factory TZ appeared. It can be
delivered with Yamaha TD3 frontwheel and fork instead of the Seeley forks and
Fontana that are fitted now. Carlsson didn´t have the best season in 1972 but
managed to take best a 5th place in the spanish GP on this bike in world
championship race 1972.

Historically interesting bike, I have talked with Carlsson about it and he can confirm that it is his own genuine racebike. This is a bike that will be welcomed to the big meetings by the organizers after a repaint.

The Yamaha hasn´t been run for about six years and will need some service before racing.

Price 9000 euro

Poster Anderstorp

 Posters for World Championship races at Anderstorp and European Championship at Karlskoga
 New posters, never been used
Price 8 euro each

American Triumph 500 cc race engine



  The facts known about this engine is that it came to Sweden for over 30 years ago from an american dealer of used motorcycles and parts. I have done some research and have with help from the well known Triumph expert Claudio Sintich got this info.


T100SC H36489 was built on 25th September 1964 and dispatched to Johnson Motors, Pasadena, USA on 27th September 1964.
This is a 1965 model year machine and in a large batch of T100SC bikes for America. There are no special interest notes in the factory record for this bike separately now. This probably means that your engine was prepared for racing by Johnson motors and used for dirttrack.

This engine looks more "works" than Triumphs own works engines. It has welded inlets and also a welded reinforcement around the gearbox. It has some kind of surface treatment that are almost black. The double breathers are rarely seen.  The engine is missing some minor parts but will need an major overhaul. 
Price 2900 euro as seen on pictures

Peckett & McNab Suzuki 1979

Peckett & McNab Suzuki

 Raceproven bike, 18 races, 2 thirds, 1 second, 14 wins and one DNF because of riders mistake.

Frame is from 1979 with framenumber 93, it is road registered in Sweden and was sold new 1981. It is possible to use this bike on public roads.

Fork is original Marzzochi 38mm

Rear shocks Öhlins

Wheels Dymag, it will be sold with front wheel in same color as rear wheel, the black is not original and not mine.

Brakes Lockheed, also original rear Lockheed will come with the bike, now is a small Brembo rear.

ISR 320mm front discs

Engine is a tuned Suzuki GS 1000 E

It was built for this season and runs very well, 114 rear wheel horsepower was dynoed in May but it is a little bit more powerful now as it has done some more miles. Well known Swedish racer Peter Lindén compared it with an animal and said it was more powerful than the Phase One Kawasakis he has ridden for many years.

Bottom of engine is stock with balanced, straightened and welded crank.

Piston is 10,25 73mm Wiseco, cylinder from GS1100 wich has thicker sleves, 1085cc.

Camshafts Vance & Hines, lift about 10,5 mm

Kibblewhite shim under bucket lifters, titanium retainers, race valve springs.

Cylinder head is ported by well known tuner.

HPI ignition, no battery needed.

Mikuni RS33 smoothbore .

4-2-1 exhausts

The engine is built for reliability, with more compression, other camshafts, 4-1 and bigger carbs it would give a lot more power.

It will be sold with some spares as extra handlebars, pegs, brake and clutch levers, oil cooler.

Reason for sale is new projects, this one is finished for me. I could make it faster and a little lighter but I can´t see any point in that as it already is winning races with ease.

The bike is race ready. It can be used in sprint races, endurance if lights are mounted or as a very special road bike.

Price 12 000 euro.