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That is a great deal but to be fair you do need to split the engine cases to replace the starter sprag clutch on those. Once you do that you'll have many more happy miles with it. Just keep a good battery in it and you'll never have the issue again.
Always loved Triumphs - vintage and modern. I have a chance to buy this beauty locally...and delivered to my garage for $500!!! I rode a '93 in Germany for two years. These are excellent motors. 3-cylinder, 100HP, liquid-cooled, 6-speed.1995 Triumph Sprint 900 - 40K miles, excellent condition, clean title, well maintained overall by a Triumph enthusiast. Just needs a "sprag-clutch!!" I believe I am going to get it next week!!image hosting
Tom Hull is your best bet for fixing the sprag clutch.
Andy B. and I will do it at the legengary Tempe Farkle Labs!
Any as in Andy with the Magni and the TriKing?
are you going to keep the peashooter mufflers? Trident exhausts in England make some nice mufflers. Just got a set for my D1200.
That my friend is one hell of a deal. I still believe the Hinckley Triumphs are the best and most over engineered motorcycles Triumph ever produced. The early ones were plagued with the sprag clutch issue, but the problem was eliminated in the later models. I had a 99 Thunderbird Sport for a number of years, fast as hell, and a great handling machine. Probably should have kept it, they are becoming somewhat collectible........ ..
Zebra, What's the story on that Kawasaki?
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