BSA A65 Lightning – 1972 Restored Motorcycle
Manufacturer : BSA
Year : 1972
BSA A65 Lightning – 1972
Gears: Four-speed manual
Start Type: Kick start
Drive Type: Chain
Date of 1st Registration: 28/07/1972
Engine Size: 650
Restored 1972 BSA A65 Lightning Motorcycle.
An earlier restoration included a roller bearing crank conversion and ‘tuftrided’ crankshaft, re-chromed rims and mudguards.
Recent work completed:
Cylinder head overhauled.
New valve guides.
Hardened exhaust seats.
Mild gas flowing.
Re-bore with new pistons.
The crank was balanced.
All of the engine bearings except the mains were replaced.
Gearbox main-shaft bearings.
Toga silencers – reputed to be best for this model, the front pipes are original.
New alternator stator.
Boyer electronic ignition.
Powder coat was applied to all major painted surfaces.
Rear suspension units.
Swing arm bushes.
New Vincent type flat handlebars.
New fork stanchions and sliders.
New steering head bearings.
Another British Classic Motorcycle back on the road.
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