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Online Brian

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The Beast of Turin
« on: 15.12. 2014 19:45 »
This has nothing to do with motorcycles but for anyone interested in mechanical stuff its well worth a look. If you want to know more just do a web search as there is more info available.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TV2l6TOuGA
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Re: The Beast of Turin
« Reply #1 on: 16.12. 2014 20:32 »
Could be the shed of anyone of us... Not mine though. For that it's to clean and organised...
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Re: The Beast of Turin
« Reply #2 on: 16.12. 2014 22:43 »
Nice stuff. And lot's of good links on that page.
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Re: The Beast of Turin
« Reply #3 on: 17.12. 2014 12:51 »
The torque from that ! the whole chassis twisted , thought it was going to do a cartoon style swing onto its side , wonderful stuff , cheers Bob.
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Re: The Beast of Turin
« Reply #4 on: 06.07. 2015 03:34 »
http://theoldmotor.com/?p=146640

both the videos from Goodwood on this site are worth a view
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Re: The Beast of Turin
« Reply #5 on: 06.07. 2015 07:25 »
Saw the Beast at Goodwood FOS and it just made me smile every time it was driven past. There was also a certain irony to the many 'no smoking' signs on straw bales lining the track while the Beast belched flames from two side exhaust ports.
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