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Re: A10, engine parts interchangeability
« Reply #15 on: 03.03. 2010 18:58 »
I'll 2nd that. Worth it's weight in gold.
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Re: A10, engine parts interchangeability
« Reply #16 on: 03.03. 2010 19:48 »
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Re: A10, engine parts interchangeability
« Reply #17 on: 04.03. 2010 02:19 »
Will be hunting it down thanx. Just so y'all know this seems to be the most helpfull place about for BSAs there are other forums and groups that I tried to find out the same info and if info were dynamite I wouldn't have got enough to blow a gnat's nose. So thanks.

Is it okay to post a pic of a non BSA bike I built that I am thinking would be sweet powered with an A10?

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Re: A10, engine parts interchangeability
« Reply #18 on: 04.03. 2010 02:20 »
Also is there anyone on here that is in the Houston area perhaps Nasa area?

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Re: A10, engine parts interchangeability
« Reply #19 on: 07.03. 2010 05:16 »
Here is a bobber(-ish, for purists) I built for a guy a few years ago. I am thinking this, without the white seat, grips and floorboard inserts, but with an A10 in it would look absolutely awesome. So I plan to start gathering and trading as chances arrive.

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Re: A10, engine parts interchangeability
« Reply #20 on: 07.03. 2010 07:05 »
yep, would look better with an A10 motor. Interesting front end. A mate of mine made a few Yam 650 chops in the '80's. he had 6 Yams, two as chops, one sidecar, a cafe and two stock, all with the same #'s  . Said he could only ride one at a time, so had one rego.
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