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Old 24-Sep-2012, 03:14 PM
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Class B bike for sale

Class B bike for sale,1100 ono.rider retiring.This was the bike ridden by Ben Neeves in the Classsic Bike DD article.Built by Kevin Palmer

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Old 24-Sep-2012, 03:33 PM
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.Built by Kevin Palmer

I thought I built it and Ben Miller rode it

Its a 600 Monster using the later type 583cc Engine with the Clutch Slave on the left

Couple of pics of how it was after I built it

Note the Later lighter wheels and later type forks

It also uses SS yokes for quicker steering
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Old 24-Sep-2012, 04:32 PM
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I'm interested where abouts is the bike?
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Old 24-Sep-2012, 06:05 PM
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I'm interested where abouts is the bike?

Nearer to you than me from what I recall
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Old 24-Sep-2012, 06:07 PM
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Here are some Pics of Mark with the bike at Cadwell just over a week ago
Slightly changed from when I first built it as its now Black, lower exhausts as they allow better foot positioning and Twin discs

http://www.britishsportphotography.c...adwell+_HMRC_/
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Old 24-Sep-2012, 06:20 PM
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Old 24-Sep-2012, 06:53 PM
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im also interested
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Old 24-Sep-2012, 10:07 PM
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As Mark hasn't given many details and to me it looks pretty much as I Sold it apart from the paint scheme
Here is the main body of Text from when I advertised it in May 2011 along with a pic of how it looked at the time I sold it

Spec

Engine from a year 2000 Monster 600, with 8500 miles on it, not to be mistaken for a well thrashed Ex race bike as this bike has only recently been built it has NEVER been raced and has only done two track day sessions at Brands, thats two sessions not two trackdays.

Carbs are fitted with a Dynojet kit,
Pipes are standard down pipes with race cans

Forks are from a 750SSie and have the oil level set for track use, these are mounted in SS yokes that give less trail than the standard Monster yokes.

Bars are Spondon Alloy Clip-ons

Front wheel is the latter type to match the forks, currently fitted with a single aprilia disc but a second matching disc is included as is the second 2-pin 65mm fitting front caliper.

Carbon front fender and Carbon Bellypan, seat is a japanese market race unit.
Rear shock is standard and the suspension hoop has been extended to give more ground clearance and quicker steering

Rear wheel is the standard early type

Rearsets are modified 748/916 footrests fitted to home made dural adapter plates

Modified so that no key is required, so no need to worry about loosing the key or leaving it behind

All engine and frame numbers intact, can't recall year of the frame possibly 1994 as I think the reg starts with M600 but I do have the V5 in my documents draw
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Old 03-Dec-2012, 05:50 PM
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Kev, as this bike is now in my garage, you might want to unstick this.
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Old 03-Dec-2012, 06:58 PM
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Cheers Steve for letting us Know, didn't Mark had sold it let alone it was you that bought it
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