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 Post subject: TT1, TTF1 and F1
PostPosted: Wed Oct 13, 2010 10:55 pm 
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At the TT Symposium this past April; Ralf Stechow's TT1, Bar Hodgson's TTF1 and my(now Paul's) F1..

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 Post subject: Re: TT1, TTF1 and F1
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 Post subject: Re: TT1, TTF1 and F1
PostPosted: Thu Nov 04, 2010 8:58 am 
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Our TT1-F1, still not finished.
You can see that this is a real factory frame and swingarm by the profile the swingarm is made of.
We bought the frame and swingarm new and never used of Massimo pierobon.
Rudy from the TT site has confimed together with a factory mechanic it has to be the real thing.
We still need to install the machined radial clutch and brake cilinders, quick release calipers, rear brake plate, 300 mm cast iron discs, make the fuel tank a little higher and some more.
It is now 145 kg wet wlth a half tank so it has to loose some more weight, but it rides very well with 80 hp/ 80nm at the wheel with 750 cc.
We are still looking for a doublesystem shock and the quick release mounting blocksfor the endurance calipers.

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 Post subject: Re: TT1, TTF1 and F1
PostPosted: Mon Nov 08, 2010 8:39 pm 
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TT1-F1 wrote:
Our TT1-F1, still not finished.
You can see that this is a real factory frame and swingarm by the profile the swingarm is made of.
We bought the frame and swingarm new and never used of Massimo pierobon.
Rudy from the TT site has confimed together with a factory mechanic it has to be the real thing.
We still need to install the machined radial clutch and brake cilinders, quick release calipers, rear brake plate, 300 mm cast iron discs, make the fuel tank a little higher and some more.
It is now 145 kg wet wlth a half tank so it has to loose some more weight, but it rides very well with 80 hp/ 80nm at the wheel with 750 cc.
We are still looking for a doublesystem shock and the quick release mounting blocksfor the endurance calipers.

Jarno


Jarno - Very nice machine! And so cool to see you wringing its neck on a racetrack. I've been fooling around with a somewhat similar one that's owned by a friend - reputed to be an ex Sefane Mertens machine. Too bad we can't get on the track together...

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