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post #241 of 263 (permalink) Old 10-26-2012, 10:04 AM
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I love that you can hear the valve clatter above everything else.

Nice job, Billy.

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Good job it wasn't skull clatter.

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haha its not valve or my kids brain chattering...bad speedo rubber mount!
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Just spent the last hour reading through this thread..... Awesome job Billy.
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Just spent the last hour reading through this thread..... Awesome job Billy.
thanx.. and i have to thank a lot of people on this board for all the help along the way..I HAVE MY TRITON!!!!!!!!!! thanx everybody
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Fantastic thread, and a gorgeous bike well done on all accounts. I'm about to pick up a new racer and a new frame could be on the list of improvements.

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Congrats are a truly gorgeous build. You built it from raw materials and not many can say that.

That 650 Yam is an interesting looking bike too. Never thought I'd see a Yam with a Indian style girder.

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