This black bike belonged to Manfred Hecht as his personal bike until 1996 and when purchased the title was still in his name. Shortly after the purchase I contacted Manfred to learn the history of the bike and better understand the work that was done to it.
Used as a test mule for many of RaceCo's work and modifications they were famous for, the bike became known as "Project Bike X34" after Manfred's racing number.
Modifications include - Two ignitions, normal and crank fire, switched by micro switch. - 90mm Pistons and cylinders including twin plug heads. - The clutch is a lightened transcontinental. - Oil pan has a aluminum oil spacer for the tray. - RR3 Cams - 40mm Magnesium Dellortos - MIR Forks - EPM wheels.
This motorcycle to came from Manfred Hecht too. His wife gave it to him as a gift ... and in turn he restored it and gave it back to her. He said she rode it maybe 50 miles and was restored back to original, stock condition.