Greetings Mike, thank you for the kind review of the little rooster. I have been going to DDs the last few years and always have a great time, looking forward to racing this machine at DDs in 2013 in the Marty Tripes revenge.
My ole buddy Randy Lee and I tossed around this idea last April in Texas and the result turned out killer!! Just figured some would love it and others may not, but, it was a fun build and sure to get a few looks. Planning on going to EZ Jims next week and the race in Texas in November.
Gonna try to make n40...... guess I may be breaking my cz in at the races.......I'm sure it will be interesting. Only my second vintage race and second time on a vintage bike!! [well, since the 70's anyway!] Nothing like getting free riding lessons while learnin' the vintage thing! Hope the ahrma race will be a good place to race for a newb, even though I'll surely get my %#*@ handed to me!!! LOL Anyway thanks and looking forward to meeting you! Bubba
Need a piston for a 72 HUSKY 125CR bore size 55.19 1st over or larger .72 has the short rod measures 11/16 from top of piston to the top of hole where pin goes thru .Any leads would be appreciated . Joe BixbySee More
Does any one know if a Mikuni 32n 33 carb is the same as a Vm 32 33 carb its off my 72 Husky im trying to get a rebuild kit and cant find any thing for a 32N 33 .Every one wants to sell me a new carb Any help would be greatly appreciatedSee More
"Got this from the Post Vintage area "Person" in ARHMA.
CARBURETORS: Period-type carburetors are strongly encouraged. Period flat- slide carbs are allowed on Historic and Gran Prix class motorcycles. Examples include Lake, Lectron,…"
"In the past I've seen a couple riders turned away at tech for the flatslide in the Ahrma GP class at Texas nationals, but a quick look at the 2013 AHRMA rulebook(newest I can find) has no mention of it anymore that I can see. TVRC…"
"No. We have several members on 1977-79 TT500's. A genuine Yamaha HL 500 was on display at the January banquet. Very legal in the P.V. II class. There have been XR/XL Hondas, SP/DR Suzukis, entered as well over the…"