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Thanks for your help,is there any way to find out if it's a uk bike or imported from the states the frame number is NA1-02688.
Kind regards.
Alan John wilkinson.
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General Discussion / Re: Something different
« Last post by bsracer on Today at 10:53:58 AM »
That's Vince Gunning's 175 flattracker.


paul
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175 & 200 Talk / Re: Racer Resurrection
« Last post by OldSwartout on Today at 09:26:30 AM »
It seems to me that one of the Lithium-Ion automotive jump start batteries rated at 20,000 mah should work and they weigh less than a small lead acid battery.  They are less than $100 at Walmart, etc.  The issue would be vibration, I think.  They probably aren't designed for a high vibration environment. 
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From the Graham Week's Serial Number thread on this forum it would be from Aug 1967.
http://bridgestonemotorcycleparts.com/index.php?topic=449.20

Year   Month   Code   Serial
1967   June   21 R   00244; 00576
   July   21 S   00853; 01374
   Aug   21 T   01667; 02045; 02662
   Sept   21 U   02957; 03983
   Oct   21 V   04000; 04667
   Nov   21 W   
   Dec   21 Z   04858: 04912
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350 Talk / Re: New Bridgestone 350 serial and engine numbers
« Last post by AlanJohn on Today at 06:21:54 AM »
Thanks very much for that,l've now got the frame number it's NA1-02688,
Would you know if it's a uk bike or import into the uk or how could I find out.
Thanks once again.
Kind regards.
Alan John wilkinson.
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175 & 200 Talk / Re: Racer Resurrection
« Last post by craig641 on Yesterday at 05:29:56 PM »
I used, through last season, a 4ah battery.  There were too many races that I dnf'd because of a dead battery.  I realized that the few ounces I saved wasn't worth it if you don't finish.
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350 Talk / Re: New Bridgestone 350 serial and engine numbers
« Last post by moonpup on Yesterday at 03:07:44 PM »
The serial # makes it an August 1967 GTR and the engine # is close enough to indicate that it's original to the bike.
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General Discussion / Something different
« Last post by James14p on Yesterday at 12:38:50 PM »
Saw this on another forum.......
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General Discussion / Re: Sleeping?
« Last post by bsracer on Yesterday at 10:49:32 AM »
I've been on a hold waiting for some parts for my 175 racer. Had some discs made out of delrin to try out. Also the cylinders had to be repaired after a Wiseco piston failed a couple of years ago. The cylinders have been plated twice and the amount of material taken off the bottom was too much (IMO). So I had to have some thicker base shims made. Just got them or Thurs and didn't have any time to put it back together yesterday. I'll spend the weekend putting it back together for my first race of the season next weekend.


paul
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General Discussion / New Bridgestone 350 serial and engine numbers
« Last post by AlanJohn on Yesterday at 09:27:44 AM »
Could anyone please give me any information about a bike l've just bought.
Engine no is NA1-02756
Serial no is 21T02672
Frame no NA1-02688
Thanks very much.
Alan John wilkinson.
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