The frame and bodywork are definitely 31k powervalve Powervalve motor with what looks like manually adjustable valves Looks like a cagiva mito rear swinger front end maybe szr660 Wheels could be mito or szr or even a mixture of both
If it's the bike I'm thinking of its tzr forks and wheels my mate who deals in bikes sold it to a local bike shop for not much money a year or so ago.
Thats probably right! Yeah it was purchased by a garage in Scarborough as a build to finish apparently. The previous owner had built it to this standard and gave up at the wiring stage according to the garage.
Here is what it was advertised as:
bike has now been fully set up on dyno by dave wattham 2 stroke specialist and is kicking out a healthy 56.5 hp, new build rd350 engine fully stripped vapor blasted and re-built with measured crank, new head, gearbox stripped and checked, new pistons etc, brand new 34mm roundslide carbs, adjustable power valve, billet waterpump and cases, new jollymoto gp pipes, brembo wheels and brakes, new ap radial master on front and brembo master on back with brand new ebc discs, paioli forks and ohlins shock at the rear, ebc clutch, new work of art rad and silicone hoses, new expansion tank, dyna coil with taylor leads, 20mm reed block spacers, new battery new tyres, candy blue paint with the yamaha tuning forks airbrushed on then laquered over, this is essentially a new bike it will need running in correctly.
If the engine was set up by Muttsnutts (Dave Whattam) it should be good
um, normally I wouldn't argue with you Matt, but tne bike was brought to me as not running very well at all, its was terrible TBH, it needs more time on the dyno TBH, but the dealer just wanted it running, but didn't want to spend anymore than nec essary to get it running, so I got it going and running something like, I'll need to check my notes etc (will need bike reg number) as I am sure the clucth was either slipping and I replaced it, or it slipped a few times and needs sorting at some point - can't remember which
The PV are indeed manual, so I set it for top end power, so its a little flat (well ok, quiet a lot) at the bottom end, it does have some trick parts etc on it, but really needs to PV servo etc putting back on and sorting out for it to have better bottom end