(re) birth of a 750

When I received this 1970 750 Commando motor from its owner, Peter Billow, it was scattered about in milk crates and dog-eared boxes,  and showed signs of a tragic life, made ever-more evident as we worked off the 1/8" coating of grease.  Yep... it needed serious love.  Peter had a pointed vision and wanted something not excessive or over the top, but something more than stock.  Often, when I hear this, I find folks are looking for the single magic (and inexpensive) component that will immediately transform their bike into a fire-breathing dragon.  Not this time.  I worked with Peter though several discussions, mapping it all out. We chose to go with a racing cam with useable midrange (PW3, in this case) and all associated components that must accompany such a cam to achieve any benefit; making it flow, and setting the top end up so it could handle revving [...]

2012-04-11T16:01:11-04:00January 26th, 2012|builds, street|

First post of the new blog

If you've clicked around, you've seen this site is still a work-in-progress.  Over the next weeks much of the old site info will be uploaded here, organized within the blog section.  As well as very regular new posts of stuff that is going on in the shop.  For example - I know of two Seeley-framed bikes that are on the benches now: One, a F750 Racer based on a Nourish Racing 8-Valve motor, and the other,  a 1007cc Steve Maney Supercharged(!) Commando street fighter.  Stay tuned for more.

2012-04-11T16:02:05-04:00November 8th, 2011|builds, commando, nycNorton, racing, street|


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