"Irving Vincent" Rapide wins Goodwood Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy

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Peter Holmes

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Most impressive, I would love to know a bit more about the Girdraulic set up they are using and the rear end also, bearing in mind all the fairly recent info on the forum regarding modified FF33 and spring changes, it certainly seems to be able to mix it with the Manx Nortons, albeit with an extra 500cc, but it looks like it handles real good, any info please.
 

Shanghai

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Bill Thomas

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Thanks Shanghai, I would love to see the other side ?, I see he has found another use for the seat fixing, Which always looks wrong when you fix the seat, D style, I took the fixings off one of my bikes, But now I am older I don't want to mess it up for someone else in 20 !! years time ! Cheers Bill.
 

Martyn Goodwin

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Thanks Shanghai, I would love to see the other side ?, I see he has found another use for the seat fixing, Which always looks wrong when you fix the seat, D style, I took the fixings off one of my bikes, But now I am older I don't want to mess it up for someone else in 20 !! years time ! Cheers Bill.

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Bill Thomas

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Who would have thought to use Monoblocks !! And with air filters ! The forks are very high ! And I love that rear spring set up, Makes you want to go in the Shed and Build Something !! Cheers Bill.
 

clevtrev

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So we`re watching a newly developed machine taking on ancient machinery, and with a smaller capacity as well.
I would expect them to win by a country mile.
 
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