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DT1 Road Racer for Sale

24 Oct 2020 05:41 24 Oct 2020 05:50 by Pillsbury.
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1970 DT1 (250). Harry Klemm cylinder & head work (fresh piston), Expansion chamber by Gary Braun (Retrodyne) w/36 mm Mikuni, HPI ignition. This bike has a +2000 rpm power band
Close ratio trans has only Laguna Seca races on it, same with the Kevlar clutch plates. Crank has 2 seasons (in very good condition) and comes with a spare rod, pin & bearing.
R5 frame with reworked Honda 350 forks & a Honda CB450 front brake, Hagon rear shocks. Yamaha 650 gas tank.
Fresh Avon race tires front & rear.
Ready to Race, comes with spares. This bike needs a better rider, it is quite fast and handles good.
$3000 firm
Located in AZ
Comes with GP faring
I am selling this to fund an XS1 race bike

1970 DT1-C Grand Prix race bike
1970 DT1-C Street tracker
1968 Honda CL90
1973 Honda CR250
1974 Honda MR-50
1966 Triumph Tiger Cub
1947 Mustang
1974 Suzuki TC185

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24 Oct 2020 07:50 24 Oct 2020 07:51 by mdscott. Reason: Typo
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Whoa, Pillsbury your bikes are very cool, I’d love to buy it and park it in my garage just to look and take to shows. It would be fun to race vintage, although finishing and coming in last would be my goal.
DT1 to XS1, big step, that reminded me when I made the jump from my 1st to 2nd motorcycle. I went from a 65 Honda S90 to a 73 Yamaha SC500.

Thanks Mark
Roseville, Ca.

'06 GL1800
'98 KDX220
'75 Norton
'73 CB500K
'01 Honda CT110
'87 PW50
'64 McClane Edger
'02 Honda XR80R
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25 Oct 2020 06:06
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DT1 Road Racer for Sale #3
Sale Pending!

1970 DT1-C Grand Prix race bike
1970 DT1-C Street tracker
1968 Honda CL90
1973 Honda CR250
1974 Honda MR-50
1966 Triumph Tiger Cub
1947 Mustang
1974 Suzuki TC185
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25 Oct 2020 06:09
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mdscott wrote: Whoa, Pillsbury your bikes are very cool, I’d love to buy it and park it in my garage just to look and take to shows. It would be fun to race vintage, although finishing and coming in last would be my goal.
DT1 to XS1, big step, that reminded me when I made the jump from my 1st to 2nd motorcycle. I went from a 65 Honda S90 to a 73 Yamaha SC500.


Thanks mdscott, I have enjoyed building her but at 6'1 I always felt like a monkey on a foot ball. The GP250's are faster in the corners than the (now) 750, but I need the larger bike to fit and I am hoping I can handle the straight ways :S

1970 DT1-C Grand Prix race bike
1970 DT1-C Street tracker
1968 Honda CL90
1973 Honda CR250
1974 Honda MR-50
1966 Triumph Tiger Cub
1947 Mustang
1974 Suzuki TC185

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25 Oct 2020 08:22 25 Oct 2020 08:23 by mdscott.
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I figured it would go quickly.

A little off topic, Virginia raceway, formula 750 race, Norton behind vintage 1000cc vintage superbikes. 4 min mark he passes.


Thanks Mark
Roseville, Ca.

'06 GL1800
'98 KDX220
'75 Norton
'73 CB500K
'01 Honda CT110
'87 PW50
'64 McClane Edger
'02 Honda XR80R
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