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    One Litre Duc Eater DAVE B's Avatar
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    oldie but goodie ??

    Attachment 126my mate was so taken by my tuono he rushed out and bought himself a naked bike ....

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    Ya gotta respect the Oldsters. We derive all we have from them. Kinda humbles you a little when you look at those auld bikes.

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    Is that a Bloop? (B100P)
    Or is it the 120?

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    Looks like a 100. I had a B120, my second bike after my AP50. I remember thinking how powerful it was when I first got it!!!

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    your close boys but no cigars. its actually a k 10 p ( 80cc ) from 1969. mate bought it on fleebay for about 200 i think..

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    Ha!My 1970 Beeza 250 Starfire could 'ave it!

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    dunno bout that keith mate, i clocked it on my t, two up doing at least 55 !!!!!

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    I seem to remember my B120 would just about get to 65mph on the clock, with me lying on the tank. Only had 4 gears mind....

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    Quote Originally Posted by DAVE B View Post
    dunno bout that keith mate, i clocked it on my t, two up doing at least 55 !!!!!
    Fook!I'd be struggling there,can get her up to 60 on the flat.(Plenty of flat in the fens!) It just seems cruel to rev it any harder.Road tests at the time reckoned the Beeza was good for 85-90mph.No wonder the poor things used to explode regulary!

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