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(translation) Norbert Kienzlers Swing arm construction from his(?) Endurance Racer. The shock under the engine is being compressed by pushrods and links
Here's a pic: http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_2wndLYODggE/S2WFb4ywK6I/AAAAAAAAAUk/aggSlVOZuu8/s1600/NoKi+-84.jpgor Google for "Noki Guzzi"
Sorry Jaap, can't find it on "Noki Guzzi" and the link doesn't work for me. If you search on "Guzzi TT1" on Google and then the pictures, you'll find some pictures.
Here's also a webblog on the Moto Guzzi TT1 with the mentioned swingarm construction:http://jlmeccanica.blogspot.com/search?q=Guzzi+TT1
Great links all - thanks!! The TT1 Guzzi is a monster, and they took it round the Island. I'm going to email them and ask more. Would really like to hear from someone what that rear end setup is like.
NOKI is/was quite famous in Germany. They did a lot of frames for differen bikes (not only Guzzi)www.noki-bikes.de
oh, I forgot this:http://www.vdcon.nl/Art_Duits/2010%20-%20Noki%20MG%20Le%20Manssorry, but in German again...
Did you ever contact JL Meccanica?Did you get the answers you wanted?They're going to the Pre TT classics at the end of the month. No Manx GP this year.Cheers,Marko, Finland
Now in English:http://www.vdcon.nl/
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