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P92 Clutch Actuation

Post by beesa71 » Wed Apr 27, 2005 7:39 pm

Rickard,

Now you are asking; I've got to find it first ! I'll go and start that task right away.

M&T also increased the length of the standard operating arm (at the motor) by about 3/4" to make it lighter.

Regards in b50ing.

Paul.

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More Photos

Post by b50root » Mon May 23, 2005 6:59 am

Here are the old photos that I have found.

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Look at the clutch arm. No change just the old type.

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I Sweden it´s easy to find the owner by the registration No. I don´t know how it is in UK.

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Post by minetymenace » Mon May 23, 2005 9:54 pm

Its is easy in the UK too, all you have to do is join the Police Force :roll:

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Post by Andrew » Mon May 23, 2005 10:22 pm

you don't even need to do that.....

just ask your local bent copper - there's one (or more) in every force ;-)

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Post by roadplough » Sat Oct 22, 2005 3:48 pm

The First Classic BSA Scene.Gold Star,Rocket,C15,B50,A7 is a publication on ebay with mention of P92

"The First Classic BSA Scene printed 1980 .63 pages of mainly photos and excellent description of most post war BSAs.Photos include several types of Gold Star,Rocket Gold Star, C15,B50,A7,Bantam,M24,A75,M21,Super Rocket,Gold Flash,FACTORY 250 DOHC RACER,Project 92 B50."

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Post by b50root » Sat Oct 22, 2005 3:51 pm

Thats where I took the P92 pics from.


Rickard

I think there are a B50 Mxer with sidecar in it.


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Post by kommando » Sun Oct 23, 2005 10:04 am

Reg check in UK is available here, just right for you local tea-leaf :mrgreen:

https://www.rac.co.uk/web/carbuying/vehicle_data_search

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Post by BeezaRob » Wed Oct 26, 2005 8:56 am

I first saw a photo of the Alan Sargeant bike, B & W, the one in the Road Ploughs link, in a Motorcycle Illustrated magazine in circa 1975/76. I subscribed to the mag for a few years because it was the only british mag of the time that didnt slag british bikes. Frank Melling was the editor and Alan Clewes their Dirt writer. As Alan owned an ex works B50 and raced at club level I think, he was very objective of B50s the Banks BSA Cheney replica machines and CCMs. He used to test CCMs for publication in the American magazines.
I have the article somewhere, the phot was nearly, or was a full page, and it talked about the bike as essentially a parts bin special but the 500 pound(?) price was too high for it to go into production. The front brake they said was from the fury/bandit (notice it has no airscoop).They also stated it was a smooth runner with the isolastics, could give high mpg, had an mx cam fitted and could do 90mph. Havent seen the article for a long time. That mag also used to regularly feature short pieces on the M & T B50 Endurance Racer efforts and also their Laverda project that followed.
BSA ALL THE WAY, Ride the Winner, and never,never give in to old age and tired bones

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