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Murray Gray
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Date Posted:07/25/2007 11:12 AMCopy HTML

For those of you who will not been seeing it at Mid-Ohio...here is the TL, just prior to being loaded on the trailer...There are 2 pics and then, for those interested, the particulars on the bike...The bike is a 1976 TL250. The engine and fuel system are stock, the only changes beingan aftermarket Exhaust from B&J (he has them made somewhere overseas...I think) and a small K&N filter instead of that big stamped metal thing...The timing is set to just a hair BTDC, jetting is stock. Frame is stock and even has all of the original tabs. Forks are aftermarket progressive springs of unknown weight in stock tubes, set "up" in the bridge 10mm. Renthal alloy bars (B&J's "Trials Bend"), Domino throttle and Magura Levers finish out the front end. The shocks are Betors, custom built by B&J (again, unknown spring weight, but these I could find out about...). Sprockets are 14/63.BTWI will try to get some better Pictures this weekend...Murray
Murray Gray #1
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  • From:USA

Re:More TL Pics...

Date Posted:07/25/2007 11:12 AMCopy HTML

For those of you who will not been seeing it at Mid-Ohio...here is the TL, just prior to being loaded on the trailer...

There are 2 pics and then, for those interested, the particulars on the bike...

The bike is a 1976 TL250. The engine and fuel system are stock, the only changes being an aftermarket Exhaust from B&J (he has them made somewhere overseas...I think) and a small K&N filter instead of that big stamped metal thing...The timing is set to just a hair BTDC, jetting is stock. Frame is stock and even has all of the original tabs. Forks are aftermarket progressive springs of unknown weight in stock tubes, set "up" in the bridge 10mm. Renthal alloy bars (B&J's "Trials Bend"), Domino throttle and Magura Levers finish out the front end. The shocks are Betors, custom built by B&J (again, unknown spring weight, but these I could find out about...). Sprockets are 14/63.

BTW

I will try to get some better Pictures this weekend...

Murray

Swiss #2
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  • Posts:1254
  • From:USA

Re:More TL Pics...

Date Posted:08/01/2007 9:08 AMCopy HTML

Reply to : Murray Gray

For those of you who will not been seeing it at Mid-Ohio...here is the TL, just prior to being loaded on the trailer...There are 2 pics and then, for those interested, the particulars on the bike...The bike is a 1976 TL250. The engine and fuel system are stock, the only changes beingan aftermarket Exhaust from B&J (he has them made somewhere overseas...I think) and a small K&N filter instead of that big stamped metal thing...The timing is set to just a hair BTDC, jetting is stock. Frame is stock and even has all of the original tabs. Forks are aftermarket progressive springs of unknown weight in stock tubes, set "up" in the bridge 10mm. Renthal alloy bars (B&J's "Trials Bend"),

How quiet is the exhaust Murray?

Swiss

Murray Gray #3
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  • From:USA

Re:More TL Pics...

Date Posted:08/01/2007 9:52 PMCopy HTML

Quieter than most of the surrounding 2 smokes...It has a "Super Trap" type end with plates...

M

Lemonstr #4
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  • Posts:3
  • From:France

Re:More TL Pics...

Date Posted:06/30/2009 4:30 AMCopy HTML

Very nice.
i like to have some but we need a special exam to ride on bikes over 125CC.
haposwald #5
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  • From:USA

Re:More TL Pics...

Date Posted:09/13/2009 1:20 AMCopy HTML

can you throw a couple pics of the TMI 280? I know scott burgat has a TMI 250 I think I still have a 300 piston here somewhere with a boxed TL250.......



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