RMT Mk2 146r Engine Number. BN001 First build date. 2005 Chassis/Frame Specifications. Mk2 Titchmarsh frame built for John Blanchard 2005. Front Forks Lengthened fork Stanchions (1. ½.”) Alloy dampers & Magnesium fork legs and top and bottom yokes from Richard Hunt. Seeley Rear Wheel (see details below) and 210mm Fontana front brake from Richard Hunt. American made “Works” rear shocks 12.3/4” centres. (Very light. titanium damper rods) Gear box 6 speed with Magnesium casing supplied & serviced by Summerfield Engineering. Standard Seeley/Titchmarsh swinging arm needle roller bearings. Clutch, belt and pulley from Bob Newby Racing. Exhaust and handlebars made by Larry Swann. Original Smiths Magnetic mechanical revcounter (AR2). (From drive side camshaft) Tyres fitted. Front Dunlop KR825 Rear Dunlop KR124a 300/325 (Soft Front) Seeley rear wheel – The brake plate is “fully floating” (Has bearing housing and bearing also supplied by Richard hunt) “Floating brake torque arm” connects to frame. Seat and fairing made to John Blanchard’s specification and supplied by Bill Roberts Fairings Essex. Fuel Tank and Oil tank made to John Blanchard’s specification (1967 pattern) by John Pearson “Weldatank” and now “Steve”. Engine details. Engine Originally obtained from Larry Swann. Engine originally prepared for Larry by Bob Newby. Recently completely overhauled/Serviced by Dietmar Fette, Braunschweig Germany (Been taking care of my engines for 10 years) Has run less than 100 Km. New big end and conrod and lightweight piston from Willi Ruefernacht (Switzerland) alloy cylinder and liner re-plated to match the piston by Aptec Pro (UK). Ruefernacht prepares Ives and Franz Glausers machines. Alloy main bearing housings (The full works) No expense spared. Ignition. Battery. Boyer-Bransden.Two spark plugs. (1 x 14 mm 1 x 10 mm). Ignition “trigger” mechanism in especially made aluminum housing fitted to timing side camshaft drive (Replaces inspection / adjustment cover). Whole ignition system can be replaced piece by piece without dismantling the engine. Ignition transistor box can be replaced/ exchanged in 60 seconds. “Trigger mechanism” can be replaced in 5 minutes. (But have to re-strobe the ignition timing – 10 minutes) I have been using this ignition system since 1968. Fully sponsored by Boyer-Bransden. Hardly ever a problem. (Age sometimes) Fully reliable. All my machines are fitted with this ignition system, Reason for sale. (Regretfully). Now I’m getting older and have to “cut back a bit”. I have just obtained a Patton twin (Which I am having to learn to use.). I still have my 92 mm bore short stroke Beale Seeley G50. As well as 2 x 350 Seeley AJS 7r’s and a 750cc Seeley Norton twin. This beautiful machine is now unfortunately “surplus” to our requirements.
It is possible to supply this machine with a 350cc 7R motor of the same high specification as well if required
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 20 October, 2010.