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Vincent Fox 98cc

Montlhery

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VOC Member
These bikes have been described by the a works tester a "the work of satan" which today I would have to agree . After just breaking the 3rd 120 euro kickstart gear.....
 

Montlhery

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I think you will find the NSU Vincents used Miller electrics ,possibly off a bantam . They also had a large round Miller rectifier on top the tool box.
 

bmetcalf

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That makes me think I read in one of the books that there had to be some British content for lower import duty or something like that.
 

john bulmer

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Thanks for all your help on this.
It seems as though the generator is Miller from a Vellocette LE. Thanks to George Spence.
I have contacted the LE owners club and they modify the back plate to take Ford Cortina points.
I would never have guessed that in a million years.
thanks. all.
 

john bulmer

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Hi
I dont know if you are aware or not but if you go on the ebay germany site and put in NSU Fox you will probably come across a lot of second hand parts.
I have.
They dont always appear on the UK site.
I think i have seen your post on the NSU Forum have i not regarding the problems with the kick start gear?
 
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