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    some recent shots of my restored XR75Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgtbilco View Post
    some recent shots of my restored XR75Click image for larger version. 

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    Details on the mono conversion?

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    Racing my XR100 engined '77 XR75 at Clarkefield in Australia.
    CR80 front end, modified and cradled frame, CR80 swing arm with Fox Airs. Engine is a 145 and has some Kitaco bits, PWK, self made reverse cone megaphone and a Selettra inner rotor CDI.
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    mono conversion

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    Details on the mono conversion?
    this bike is the same bike i raced in the 70s my father had done the monoshock conversion using the original xr swing arm with lots of weld work
    with all my winging at the time for a redline frame or a PK mono it fell on deaf ears but hats off to him for doing the mod
    problem was that after sitting for many years unrestored the swing arm was toast too rusted and looking at it with my adult eyes it was quite rough
    so solution came by way of research and measuring,the alloy arm on it now is off a chinese 250 bike like a Zongstin
    the original koni shock was also too far gone so i substituted a ebay shock and got YSS suspension to do some rework on it
    the only mod i had to do to the arm was to mount a brake say point for the arm
    the rest remarkably fitted up like stock bit of spacer playing to get the rim to be central ect

    on the frame under the seat, a welded plate was fitted to accommodate the top mount of shock
    thats still all original

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    Clarkield race day

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    Racing my XR100 engined '77 XR75 at Clarkefield in Australia.
    CR80 front end, modified and cradled frame, CR80 swing arm with Fox Airs. Engine is a 145 and has some Kitaco bits, PWK, self made reverse cone megaphone and a Selettra inner rotor CDI.
    Hi Monus
    XR looks great will be putting my XR in for vmx racing next year signed up this year but was to much of a slack ass to finish a XR200 i'm rebuilding so didn't race at all this season
    wanted to go to the Clarkfield event just gone as i live in Sunbury to check out the xr field but it crossed over with a family event
    looking forward to racing the full season next year
    have a Selettra digital 2 map set up on the XR200 motor iTs together but not in frame yet as doing a couple of frame mods
    really interested in seeing how the Selettra works on the XR200 engine
    its all Moded up to run straight off the crank no stupid cam trigger stuff
    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by sgtbilco View Post
    Hi Monus
    XR looks great will be putting my XR in for vmx racing next year signed up this year but was to much of a slack ass to finish a XR200 i'm rebuilding so didn't race at all this season
    wanted to go to the Clarkfield event just gone as i live in Sunbury to check out the xr field but it crossed over with a family event
    looking forward to racing the full season next year
    have a Selettra digital 2 map set up on the XR200 motor iTs together but not in frame yet as doing a couple of frame mods
    really interested in seeing how the Selettra works on the XR200 engine
    its all Moded up to run straight off the crank no stupid cam trigger stuff
    Cheers
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    Selettra on mine works well- just using the map it came with.
    Look forward to seeing you next year. VIPER and VCM in Victoria both have a class you can run XR75's in as well as the big bike.

    In the mean time you and anyone else with an interest in XR75's could join this facebook page- your Roo Link is on it...:https://www.facebook.com/groups/1604...?ref=bookmarks

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgtbilco View Post
    some recent shots of my restored XR75Click image for larger version. 

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    what swingarm did you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Momus View Post
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    Racing my XR100 engined '77 XR75 at Clarkefield in Australia.
    CR80 front end, modified and cradled frame, CR80 swing arm with Fox Airs. Engine is a 145 and has some Kitaco bits, PWK, self made reverse cone megaphone and a Selettra inner rotor CDI.
    whats the length of the fox airs you're using?

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    Quote Originally Posted by minimeracing View Post
    whats the length of the fox airs you're using?
    14.25". I lost the high pressure on one side so it is dragging it's arse in that shot.

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    Here is my vintage mod racer currently adding xr100 forks and aftermarket shocks, bike is bored out to 92cc, hot cam stage 1, lightened flywheel cdi ignition, honda xr100 carb dg replica swingarm and pipe from xrminiracer.com also upgrading rims to gold anodized

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    I might pick this MINT 1978 up if the seller ever responds. .
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    That is a beauty! Down to the original grips and all. Don't miss out on that one!

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    Gotto love these photos

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    Period correct magnificent restoration PK factory XR75 mono shock racer from the 1970s
    restored by a fried of mine here in Australia Rosco Holden
    so advanced for there time
    factory fited 5 speed tranny
    roller cam,big valves,lightened crank,krober ignition,oil cooler,knarly exhaust
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