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I have a t 250 that I want to make into a TR 250, is it legal to run a dry clutch in it? The rules state external appearance should remain the same but I would bet a tr 250 was a dry clutch in the sixties.

Also, I had a great weekend and I am happy with my results on my new scoot. The tank came out the balls! and the bike ran better way better than I hoped it would. I need to make some adjustments and the next time out should be a lot more fun. I scored a 10th in MW and a 7th in F2 and I thought F2 was harder and had way more bikes in it. Both races I was alone and didn't have anyone to race with.(yawn)
I have a trackday on the 25th and Danny is letting me run his Guzzi, I am real curious how I would do on it, that bike is fast, he is just unsure of it right now. That was his very first time in a race so his first time going into turn one was a real wakeup for him. I was proud of him.
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Hmmmm, would need to ask some of the rules nazis about that one. As far as I know, none of the Brit bikes were ever sold stock with a dry clutch system. Besides, you can run a dry clutch, with the stock primary cover, and nobody can tell.
 

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Chuck,
You can run a dry clutch cause the over all apearance would remain in the heart of the period and the dry clutch would need only be technology of its day. Your fine, go ahead and do it yo. Put the shiz nit down sucka.

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