here's what an LSR triumph looks like:
LSR bikes are minimalist machines, nothing on them that you can take off. my entire electrical system is an 18-inch 16-gauge wire running from the magneto to the kill switch. no battery, no harness, no alternator, nada y pues nada . . . the ignition on this one is a vintage ARD magneto, fixed advance.
head is worked by rob hall, like all the rest if the fast british bikes in LSR. dual plugs because the compression is 11.75 to 1.
chassis is a 1965 production triumph T120, using 1990 suzuki katana front wheels for both front and rear. the forks are a mongrel of triumph parts from a bazillion years. everything else on the bike is hand-made.
clip-ons are italian tarozzi, as are the rear set footpegs. controls are stock triumph. newby belt drive, stock 4-speed gearbox.
tanks hold 5 litres of fuel, per the american rules. actually 5.100 litres.
tires are goodyear front runners. automobile drag tires for cars. they work well on LSR machines. same front and rear.
when it runs, it goes very fast, when it blows, it costs lots of money.