Wow, super.So much attention to detail: museum quality, and yet it lives. I'm intrigued by the emblemata: what and who, if possible?
Those bikes were a terrbile combination of an extremely powerful motor mated to a chassis with, at best, marginal handling. They just weren't quite as good with steering geometry back in the day. The idea of those large 2 stroke motors on a street bike seems so weird to me since they've got such a peaky powerband. It made for some really exciting Moto GP racing to watch but I can't imagine it was easy to ride on the street.Scott
Here you go......http://www.enfieldmotorcycles.com/forum/index.php?topic=16128.0
Mate, nice work. That is something to be proud of.
Do whatever you want to that thing. Chop it, cut it, paint it like a rainbow. It's yours. If you have a question, someone will answer it. Good guys here.Bullets are in the eye of the beholder.Good luck man! -Boggy
If you ask me, Agent's bike looks lighter - Even if it just "looks" lighter.http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y218/MikesBikes/DSC_0042_zps7f50528b.jpg
Does it look 'shorter' too? Maybe the Classic seat just make mine look like the rear wheel is way back there.