CHKC Tritonic Plague

Spec Sheet

General Info

Builder CHKC
Year 1979/1964
Model Triton
Ignition Boyer
Engine 1979 Triumph 750 / converted to right side shift
Displacement 750
Pistons .040 over
Heads T140 special D head
Carb 2 Amal 930
Air Cleaner Velocity Stack
Exhaust English swept backs

Transmission

Make Triumph
Shifting 5 speed with right side conversion

Frame

Year 1964
Make Norton Featherbed
Rake stock
Stretch stock

Front End

Type Triumph

Wheels

Front Size 19"
Front Type Excel
Front Brakes Triumph disk
Rear Size 19"
Rear Type Excel
Rear Brakes Triumph

Paint

Painter none
Graphics Hand striped checkerboard/Triton logo by Charlie the One-Armed Bandit
Chrome all polished aluminum!

Accessories

Bars Clubman
Risers Triumph Eyebolt
Gas Tank Handmade Aluminum by Pete Chase "Cafe Cycles
Oil Bag Norton
Speedo Triumph
Taillight Lucas

Other Views

Our first Triton cafe build!!  This bike was for a customer in Florida who we already built of our classic bobbers for. He asked us to built a very vintage style Triton and we agreed to do it. We ran into problems  with getting a tank, so we called a guy that we had recently met. Pete Chase form Cafe Cycle in rhode island was able to make the tank by a picture and the frame, that knocked this build out of the park. Then we had One arm bandit come and paint the checker board design and triumph logo all by hand. With a 750 power plant this thing is a total rocketship. We didnt like any of the rear sets so we made our own. This is one of our top 5 favorite builds of all time!!!!