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Technical / Re: dating
« Last post by ianinglis on Yesterday at 08:11:19 PM »
you have a 1954 C11G with 3 speed box and plunger rear suspension



ian
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Technical / Re: dating
« Last post by chaterlea25 on Yesterday at 07:19:08 PM »
Hi Donald,
Firstly Welcome to the Forum  ;D

From this website it looks like your BSA is a 54 model
https://www.britbike.com/bsapitstop/dating/1951-60.html

Other sources maybe VMCC or BSA owners club should be able to fill in the details for you

John
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Technical / Re: C12 luggage rack
« Last post by Clive on Yesterday at 06:19:21 PM »
Hi,
The rack I fitted was found in an auto jumble and is quite sturdy enough for light panniers and luggage. Hopefully there are pictures attached!



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Technical / Re: Cylinder head gasket
« Last post by ginantonik on Yesterday at 06:11:40 PM »
RAY's method is as good as any - the 'secret' is the sacrificial wood/ply/plastic on both sides of the copper.

For me, its one of those jobs that i think too much about/worry about,  doing - which when i get started proves much easier/quicker that i thought.
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Technical / Re: C12 luggage rack
« Last post by Tman on Yesterday at 06:11:04 PM »
I reckon you'll find that the C12 rack, along with the C15s etc, is a far bit lighter than the A7 item and made of smaller dia tubing. Not a problem if you can weld though.
I usually scan Ebay for something old and non-chromed and adapt that. At least that way you can get it horizontal and fitting close up to the seat.
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Technical / dating
« Last post by donald on Yesterday at 05:52:44 PM »
Hi, new to this board, I have just obtained a box of bits ,can any one tell me what I have?
frame ; BC11S 836 and engine ; BC11G 3117.
I am sorting thro the boxes to see what I have and dont have, with the view to restore back to running.
Thanks
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Technical / C12 luggage rack
« Last post by cadetchris on Yesterday at 05:36:52 PM »
I have a parts book for the c12 and it shows quite a nice rear rack, which I would like to locate and put on.
Having done an eBay and google search I haven’t been able to find one, but I have seen one fir an A7. As many parts were used over the range, what are the chances that it’s either the same type and it will fit?
Has anyone else got a rack on their c12?

It should be noted I have a single seat, not the dual seat
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Technical Tips / Re: Make your own sidestand V2
« Last post by sidevalve on December 12, 2017, 05:39:29 PM »
It's a great piece of work that  ;) but if you can't make one [I admit it's out of my league] just buy the Indian one [it's for a vespa ??!!]. It isn't as pretty [or as satisfying] but it does the job OK and only costs £15. Just needs one hole drilling and one stud threading
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Technical Tips / Re: C12 Wiring Harness
« Last post by sidevalve on December 12, 2017, 05:33:40 PM »
If you stay with 6v then I would use thicker wire all over - most of the problems of 6v are down to volt drop + I would add an extra earth from the headlamp shell direct to the battery earth point. TBH unless you intend to do a lot of night riding I can't see much point in upgrading to 12v. You can fit a modern 6v regulator rectifier unit if you want to cut the switch connections/loops down/simplify the whole thing. Making the loom up would only take an afternoon so why not ?
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Technical / Re: C12 wiring
« Last post by klystron on December 11, 2017, 09:50:17 PM »
Hi dud, as .jpg

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