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Old 12-Apr-2011, 09:01 AM
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Matt Trainors Class B bike - question?

Does anyone know what engine is in it? It's a M600 but which one, I bought it off Ells to race with W100 and P&DMC this season and want to arm myself with the right sprockets for the first three corners at Anglesey to give myself a chance against the SVs . The bike came with a 38, 42, 43 and 44 so i would guess a mid years engine. Though i am curious as to why it would have a 38, would it pull a 38 and if so I would expect I will need two chains.

Any info would be welcome, someone must remember, it did win the championship in 2008, cheers.

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Old 12-Apr-2011, 09:06 AM
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Does anyone know what engine is in it? It's a M600 but which one, I bought it off Ells to race with W100 and P&DMC this season and want to arm myself with the right sprockets for the first three corners at Anglesey to give myself a chance against the SVs . The bike came with a 38, 42, 43 and 44 so i would guess a mid years engine. Though i am curious as to why it would have a 38, would it pull a 38 and if so I would expect I will need two chains.

Any info would be welcome, someone must remember, it did win the championship in 2008, cheers.

Paul

I think the engine was built by Rich at Louigi Moto.

To be honest I don't think it will live with an SV you would need a 620 to get anywere near.
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Old 12-Apr-2011, 09:27 AM
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I think the engine was built by Rich at Louigi Moto.

To be honest I don't think it will live with an SV you would need a 620 to get anywere near.

Well I am 20bhp down on a SV so won't stand a chanc eon the back straight at Anglesey, planning for a 800ss next season though
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From memory its a 2.0 primary drive monster. Dont know which year but that should suffice for working out gear ratios.

I used mainly 15/42 or 15/43. The 38 tooth sprocket was used with a 14 tooth front sprocket for fast circuits (I think Castle Coombe and Snetterton.

I think the bike left me with a 15 tooth sprocket. If you dont have a 14 tooth let me know as I have two and can pass to whoevers collecting your wheel from Mallory.

Mark.
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Well I am 20bhp down on a SV so won't stand a chanc eon the back straight at Anglesey, planning for a 800ss next season though


What class are you racing in? Mini twins?

I have a 800 monster that I was going to run but it makes to much power 79bhp Mini twins you can only have 72bhp.
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What class are you racing in? Mini twins?

I have a 800 monster that I was going to run but it makes to much power 79bhp Mini twins you can only have 72bhp.

With Wirral 100, and also Preston & district. They both have the 72bhp limit too, this season I am using the under powered 600SS, next season was hoping to run an 800SS which make less than the 72bhp, circa 69bhp or just on the mark with a few minor mods.
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