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One question? Has anyone acquired the knack of reassembling the air filter tube thing under the tank? Having two pairs of eyes and three arms would be really useful. (Zaphod! I've got a job for you ).I consulted Guzziology, which suggests taking the distributor off and giving it a service at the same time, so you can remove the filter box and do it off the bike... probably a great idea, but I really want to do one thing at once here and not try to fix stuff that seems to be working (with the likelihood of adding new problems to the mix).I should probably have left the old filter in for now, but pleased I didn't... it's fairly disgusting and given the supposed low mileage, may have been fitted by Luigi at the factory.I assume this instrument of torture is the reason every T3 I've ever seen has K&N type filters on?
Nice bike you have there. I just saw its twin this morning, a friend of mine was offered a 1973 black T3 that had been sitting in a guys garage for over twenty years, it is in very nice shape but needs a full going over before it will run again, the seller just wanted $300 to get it out of his garage, talk about a good deal!
Recent Pics? Mmm. Nothing Iíve done so far has improved it cosmetically in any way, in fact my exploratory attempts at finding out what is going on with the paintwork have made it even uglier! Iíll see if I can take some more today... hopefully itíll be the worst it ever looks!
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