Doug MacRae wrote:
Kenny I have your wrench sitting on my desk- I have to send it out to you (along with your coil)
Is there an email for Nourish? I may have to get the short stroke 850 built and in the frame with a spare stock treansmission and depending on the power it puts out on the dyno decide if I need the TT transmission. I have some Dunstall and other Norton stuff to sell-maybe I can turn them into a new transmission for the racebike. I may be heading to Barber for the first time. There would be four of us Barber newbies coming from Utah. Not sure if I have the endurance yet for a full race schedule yet but have transportation for the Commando racebike if I can make it. I was planning on keeping the same gearing I had for Miller. I came back from from Boston without a new zipper-contact off list for details. I 'm trying to post a couple photos-can't seem figure out how to upload them yet. Typical newby
01. A local innovative team of engineers in Nelson are producing racing gearbox's and casings for older British motorcycles. TT Industries who operate just around the corner from Thunderbike are headed by Bruce Verdon, who has raced in South Africa, Australia and New Zealand, displayed his gearbox's at Australian and NZ race meetings and now has geared up his manufacturing with CNC machining centres to cope with the high demand for his products. Trans Tasman Industries manufacture to order 4, 5 & 6 speed heavy duty gearboxes for use in Manx Norton, Matchless G50 or similar racing motorcycles.
They also manufacture 4 & 5 speed extra heavy duty gearboxes for use in big bore Norton Commando, Vincent HRD twins or similar high powered racing motorcycles. Using a fresh design approach, they have built a completely new and modern, quick changing & reliable gearbox. These gearboxes are available in Burman or AMC casings, and in either heat treated aluminium or magnesium. Due to the strength & reliability of these gearboxes the affordability of these gearboxes is unparalleled.
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