The Carberrys use the standard Bullet frame ...http://www.carberryenfield.com.au/OLDBIKE.pdf
Ace, love the v twin! Though I'm partial to the look of a parallel I really respect the idea of just building the bottom end and using existing stock parts for the top. Will this fit in a standard UCE frame?I hope the factory cafe gets a parallel twin at some point. The single down tube, engine as stressed member frame with all the disparate parts bolted together is a noodle. How could it not flex, even under just stock power? That said, you can probably put lots of power through it without breaking it, it just may not handle as well as you'd like. Scott
It should give more trail with those fork sliders, and also more gyroscopic stability with the bigger 19" front wheel. And the 19" front wheel will probably be a little taller in the front end too, which will increase the trail even further.I think this is basically an admission of a frame geometry problem, and this is the band-aid.
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