1971 350cc - BSA E35 Fury / Triumph T35 Bandit

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1971 350cc - BSA E35 Fury / Triumph T35 Bandit

Postby SteveS » Tue Apr 26, 2011 6:46 pm

As some of you will know I produced a couple of CD's containing drawings of the B50 and P92. Now that I have had my collection of drawings returned to me in full having been 'borrowed' by a guest staying at my house, I have sorted out another CD, this time for the ill-fated BSA Fury and its Triumph counterpart the Bandit - a 350cc double overhead camshaft twin (P30) that had been commissioned by BSA from Edward Turner in 1968, acting in a freelance capacity.

Details of CD contents below:
  • Wheel components - 7 (37-****)
  • Transmission components - 31 (57-****)
  • Chains / Cables etc - 13 (60-****)
  • Engine components - 48 (70 & 71-****)
  • Frame and cycle parts - 35 (83-****)
  • Front fork components -2 (97-****)
In addition there are a number of other drawings of parts, with no listed part number - 24 (Q prefix). In total there are 160 drawings - original size 20"x15". I can send you an Excel spreadsheet with more complete details of the included drawings if required. The drawings are watermarked.

Cost of the CD is £12.85 including delivery by Royal Mail First Class. If you require a more secure method of delivery I will need to requote - same with overseas delivery. The easiest way to pay is Paypal. If you provide me with your Paypal registered email address I can forward an invoice.

If you need any more info let me know

Regards Steve

PS. I have some more Unit Single drawings which cover pre-OIF models which I will be putting together next. It's a bit of a mish-mash of 90 drawings in total plus 16 referring to the TR25W.

PPS. Rickard, Gerry - If you want to move or remove the post I will understand
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Re: 1971 350cc - BSA E35 Fury / Triumph T35 Bandit

Postby minetymenace » Tue Apr 26, 2011 7:36 pm

Very interested in the cd........not sure where to move it to, here is as good a place as any, but such an interesting collection of drawings should have a higher prominance....
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Re: 1971 350cc - BSA E35 Fury / Triumph T35 Bandit

Postby SteveS » Sun Dec 18, 2011 10:22 am

Blatant Plug

Now available on eBay - here

Regards Steve

PS - If anyone is interested I will have a CD available shortly with 250+ drawings of the BSA / Triumph P2 Triples
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Re: 1971 350cc - BSA E35 Fury / Triumph T35 Bandit

Postby malcward » Sat Jan 14, 2012 4:57 pm

Hi just joined the forum and spotted your post.I have been trying to build a fury from parts[have a rolling frame so far].
I would like a copy of your cd ,can you send me a message with your address.
Cheers Malc
P.S. anyone got any parts for sale?

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Postby SteveS » Sat Jan 14, 2012 5:59 pm

Malc

PM sent

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Re: 1971 350cc - BSA E35 Fury / Triumph T35 Bandit

Postby minetymenace » Sun Jan 15, 2012 5:02 am

<135 to the forum malcward.

How about starting a topic in Project Bike and posting some pictures, there is sure to be some interest, and once you have interest, it amazing what parts crawl out of the garage!!!

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Re: 1971 350cc - BSA E35 Fury / Triumph T35 Bandit

Postby bluminidriver » Sun Jul 21, 2013 9:41 pm

Hi, is the cd still available and how can I get a copy?
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Postby minetymenace » Sun Jul 21, 2013 11:36 pm

<135 to the fotum bluminidriver, would you update your proflle please and let us know roughly where in the world you are please (another West country member perhaps). maybe explain your inerest as well?
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Re: 1971 350cc - BSA E35 Fury / Triumph T35 Bandit

Postby ringding » Sun Aug 25, 2013 10:09 pm

Had a look at one of these today at the Sammy Miller museum. Interesting project to build one, be good to see the updates as you go along.
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Re: 1971 350cc - BSA E35 Fury / Triumph T35 Bandit

Postby ringding » Mon Aug 26, 2013 6:46 am

Thanks Minety!
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Re: 1971 350cc - BSA E35 Fury / Triumph T35 Bandit

Postby Roamexxer » Sat Mar 07, 2015 5:50 pm

Hello Steve,

Yes, I'm interested in your E35/T35 CD. Please drop me an email

Cheers, Simon
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Where in the Netherlands are you? Please update your profile and let everyone know roughly where.

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Re: 1971 350cc - BSA E35 Fury / Triumph T35 Bandit

Postby SteveS » Sun Mar 08, 2015 5:46 pm

Hi

The CD is listed on eBay here.

Any problems please PM me

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Re: 1971 350cc - BSA E35 Fury / Triumph T35 Bandit

Postby SteveS » Sun Jun 28, 2015 1:14 pm

I may have uncovered a few more drawings for the E35/T35? There are 32 drawings that indicate that the parts were first used on ETED1 and ETED2. I believe the reference is Edward Turner Engineering Developments Limited - 00896679. Can anyone verify this? The parts drawings are for a twin cylinder engine and reference to a 180 degree crankshaft etc.The sequence of part numbwers and the dates seem to tie in with the other drawings marked as P30.

I have added 3 pics below. Can anyone verify if they are likely to have been used on the Fury/Bandit or something else?

Regards Steve
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Q71-0364 DS.JPG
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Re: 1971 350cc - BSA E35 Fury / Triumph T35 Bandit

Postby crankbuster » Sun Jun 28, 2015 3:31 pm

Thanks for sharing, crank built up with four 5/16 bolts. Salvage it says......
Looks a bit desparate to me. May be just a space model?


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