Friday, Nov 08, 2019
Back in Stock, these American made tubular alloy pushrods have been proven in racing as well as street applications. Available for 650 and 750 Triumph twins, these have both strength and light weight. The best!
Saturday, Aug 17, 2019
People often ask me if I have shop TEE shirts for sale. I do not.
However since this is an engine shop I feel much stronger about having degree wheels for sale, as no TEE shirt has ever made an engine run better, faster, or more efficiently. The new batch of degree wheels is in and I could not be happier with the way they turned out.
First these were water jet cut from .050″ 6061 aluminum sheet (1.27mm thick) into 7″ round discs (178mm). They were then fixtured and turned in a lathe to make a crisp and true edge. After cutting the edge, they were individually deburred, and then chemically treated to even the aluminum finish. Then they were anodized in groups of colors, and then permanently laser marked. Following that each one was inspected, bagged, and placed in a hand stenciled box.
From the materials to the artwork to the finished product, many talented people helped me produce these, and I am proud to offer them for sale instead of a “shop shirt”.
The colors are very limited, the majority of these degree wheels are black. Even if you are not planning on degreeing your cams, timing your engine, or installing a magneto right now, it is a good idea to have a degree wheel for when you do need it.
It also looks good hanging on the garage wall.
This purely American made tool may help you go faster, and will last a lifetime if cared for.
Saturday, Jul 27, 2019
Despite the amazing amount of cams that have been made for Triumph twins throughout the years, there is still only one way to verify how they are installed…
Saturday, Jun 08, 2019
I am far better at building engines than I am at building websites. That being said I am working on a new site which will be easier to use and have a better shopping experience.
Thanks for your patience, Dan
Saturday, Jun 08, 2019
These American made aluminum degree wheels can help set ignition timing, and verify camshaft and valve timing figures. They are being manufactured in colors as well as black and white. COMING SOON!
Thursday, Apr 05, 2018
Working with the engineers at Cleveland Gasket we have developed this new and innovative service kit
for the Unit 650 and 750 Triumph.
There has never been a gasket made of this aluminum core material for the Triumph twin until now.
THESE ARE .048″ THICK ALUMINUM CORE WITH A NITRILE RUBBER BONDED TO BOTH SIDES. THIS AFM GASKET MATERIAL HAS EXCELLENT TEMPERATURE RESISTANCE, TORQUE RETENTION, AND COMPRESSION.
NO SEALANT OF ANY TYPE IS NEEDED
CAN BE REUSED AFTER DISASSEMBLY
RIGID AND EASY TO INSTALL
This kit includes:
1 AFM primary cover gasket ( 71-7009 or E17009 )
1 AFM rotor cover gasket ( 71-1457 or E11457 )
1 inspection plug O ring ( 70-7563 or E7563 )
2 5/16” I.D. Copper washers ( 82-1880 or F1880 )
1 1/4” I.D. Copper washer ( 70-2441 or E2441 )
1 chain adjuster fiber washer ( 57-1738 or T1738 )
World Wide shipping!
To order this see our store here
Sunday, Dec 24, 2017
There is nothing more frustrating than to do a good job on something only to have a low quality part ruin your work.
After working with the experts at Cleveland Gasket, we are now able to say without a doubt that
we are now stocking are the finest Triumph gaskets ever produced.
A wealth of research, materials, machinery, and experience has resulted in bringing you
the best fitting and looking, most leak and drama free, easiest to dismantle, reusable gaskets available anywhere, at any price.
See our store for purchasing any of these convenient kits, and look for other kits coming in the near future,
including reusable primary gaskets for the 650/ 750 Unit engine.
Saturday, Dec 09, 2017
Many people attribute ring seating problems to the brand of rings installed.
If the cause is poor cylinder preparation, faulty installation, or a bent connecting rod, the rings are sure to get the blame.
Piston rings have one of the hardest jobs in the engine, to seal the combustion chamber while removing heat from the piston.
We have used Triumph ring sets from Hastings, Total Seal, Deves, Grant, Hepolite, Goetze, Riken, JCC, and a few others. The result was almost the same with each brand…
They all did a great job when gapped correctly, carefully installed in a round bore, and were allowed to break in without any extreme circumstances.
We are proud to announce that we now have Grant piston rings in stock for the Triumph 650. This set consists of a torsional twist (inner bevel) top and second ring, with a one piece cast oil ring. They are designed to break in quickly and give good service life.
These cast iron rings are made in California as they have been since the company was founded in the 1920′s in a house in Los Angeles. Grant rings have won races on drag strips, Bonneville Salt flats, stock car, and countless other events.
Franz and Grubb has used Grant rings with great success and is happy to supply this excellent American made ring set.
To order these see our store here
Wednesday, Oct 25, 2017
New from Cleveland Gasket® are the best Triumph gaskets in the world!
These gaskets are carefully designed to fit and seal perfectly.
These are aluminum core with a nitrile rubber bonded to both sides. This AFM gasket material has excellent temperature resistance, torque retention, and compression.
No sealant of any type is needed, and due to the high rate of recovery when disassembled, in most cases the gaskets can be reused.
These pre unit rocker box replace Triumph part # 70-1650 or E1650, are .032″ thick, and are sold as a set of four.
Fits all iron head Pre Unit 500 and 650 engines, and alloy head close fin 500 engines.
To order these see our store here
Thursday, Aug 10, 2017
The pre unit engine I built for racing set a record last year it’s first time out. This year we are going to see if it will go faster. That is why the shop will be closed during Speed Week to support and tune our race engine at Bonneville. The shop will open again on Tuesday the 22th of August. Sorry for the inconvenience but I’m sure all gearheads will understand. Dan
For more information on Speed Week 2017 please see the SCTA website by clicking http://www.scta-bni.org/