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Triton is Neptune's largest moon but it's also café racer motorcycle built in 1960s - 70s by contracting two brands of motorcycle: Norton and Triumph. This bike combines the Norton frame with a Triumph motor.
Update - Bob, gave me the details about this beauty Triton. Here goes:
The Triton is a 1967 Norton Atlas chassis with a 73 Triumph T140 [750cc] engine. The chassis has Akront alloy wheels, stainless steel spokes, Hagon shocks, tapered head bearings, a fiberglass fuel tank, a Pingle fuel tap, alloy oil tank, Morgo oil pressure gauge, cartridge oil filter, converta enginge plates, clip ons, dual clocks, fiberglass seat, upholstered by Gayle, Bob's wife.
The Titon has alloy fenders, race chain, Monza quick fill caps on tanks, ballistic ion battery, and a lot of home built alloy parts including rearsets, chain guard, wiring harness, head steady, seat base, rear fender brace, horn mount, and more and more.Â
The engine has a dry belt drive clutch setup, Megacycle cam, R tappet followers, mushroom type adjusters, MAP crankcase breather, Morgo oil pump, Boyer ignition, cylinder head by Baisley Hi-Performance, high output alternator, Mikuni carbs, K&N filters, 1 3/4 inch exhaust, stainless allen head bolts throughout, custom valve covers, SRM billet oil feed, MAP pressure plate, and some other stuff Bob said he couldn't remember just now.
Geldart just got back from racing his Suzuki custom racer at the 2012Â Manx Grand Prix on the Isle Of Man. We're standing by for an update and pics of that!