1970 T-350 II

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1970 T-350 II

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Very nice! :up:

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Gorgeous.
Did you know that the T350 and the GT550s share the same pistons?
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Re the 550 and 350 sharing the same pistons.
So have to assume the 350 is a shorter stroke then is it, diameter the same but stroke must be shorter?
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All it needs is a gear lever.
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Rogerdj wrote: Thu Jul 13, 2023 1:36 pm Re the 550 and 350 sharing the same pistons.
So have to assume the 350 is a shorter stroke then is it, diameter the same but stroke must be shorter?
Yes. Just like the GT380 pistons are the same as GT250 ones but there the bore & stroke are 54 x 54mm. The 350 stroke is 54mm as the 250 but bore is 61mm. 550 stroke is 62mm.
The GT750 and T/GT500 share pistons too, but 2 lefts + 1 right on the 750.
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