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Old 26th June 2010, 16:58   #106
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Default Need spares for Enfield FURY DX

I'm looking for front shock absorber tubes for my FURY. Any help would be appreciated. If any body is in need of the following I can help them too as I know a guy who has these in stock.

Ignition Coil
Airfilter bellow
Carburettor -Manifold rubber
Gear Shifter
Swing arm bush
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I'm looking for front shock absorber tubes for my FURY. Any help would be appreciated. If any body is in need of the following I can help them too as I know a guy who has these in stock.

Ignition Coil
Airfilter bellow
Carburettor -Manifold rubber
Gear Shifter
Swing arm bush
Ok. Im a bit rusty and i really had to dig up my memory.

If u know somebody in Chennai then a trip to the junk shops in the Pudupet area - Harris road to be precise would do the trick. There is also a "BHAI kadai" as they call it who used to stock spares of the fury and may still have some. I used to get my stuff from him. Alternately the one on the new enfield bullets should fit may be with some machining work on them or if u get a pair of RD 350"s front forks they work on the fury. Cheers mate.
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Thanks Machinehead. I will try the bullet one if nothing else works. Still hoping to get the original tubes. I am also trying to find another fury to use and keep as a donor.
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@fulltime4wd - the best thing to do is to find a junked/scrapped fury and use those. i will ask around here in blr and will update you on this thread.

Also there is this wonderful gentleman called muthukumar from coimbatore, known here as powertwin , am sure he will be more than willing to help.

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I'm looking for front shock absorber tubes for my FURY. Any help would be appreciated. If any body is in need of the following I can help them too as I know a guy who has these in stock.

Ignition Coil
Airfilter bellow
Carburettor -Manifold rubber
Gear Shifter
Swing arm bush
Is this JJ from Tvdm, BTw what happened to your BOND
Me need a air bellow & a manifold rubber.
With regards,
Muthu Kumar .k
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@fulltime4wd - the best thing to do is to find a junked/scrapped fury and use those. i will ask around here in blr and will update you on this thread.

Also there is this wonderful gentleman called muthukumar from coimbatore, known here as powertwin , am sure he will be more than willing to help.
Thanks for your gesture Sidd !!
BTW, you never picked my call Or replied my message couple of days before( 30 th Jan 2011)
Happy if your Fury has been done !!
came across some Fury Original parts @ TN Kerala border town(??), picked few parts for me & some BIG items for our Karnam Anil !!
Let the pics....do the rest,...
1) Crank Case assy (LH & RH) held together

2)Brand new FURY Cylinder ( No piston )

3)
4)Items picked for Me .

5)
6)Fork outer housing ( pioli) & inner ss tubes---> think 2 pairs are available

Note : there is 3 or 4 nos of Full " Generator coil & Magneto assy", Coil fixing plates, head light outer housings, side H/L holding brackets( may be 3 pairs), Cush rubbers, speedo housing( only outer), Tee stem, Primary drive gears, Clutch outer Bell, some inside gearbox parts & stuff.
pps: Our K.Anil promised to take the Bore & crank assy (believe it, with connecting rod factory assembled ), resonater pipe, original brake light switch( German)
As this thread has been silent for long period , think I can

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@fulltime4wd - the best thing to do is to find a junked/scrapped fury and use those. i will ask around here in blr and will update you on this thread.

Also there is this wonderful gentleman called muthukumar from coimbatore, known here as powertwin , am sure he will be more than willing to help.
Sid, Any updates on your Fury...Went through the whole tread in one go. Must say its very informative./

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As this thread has been silent for long period , think I can

WOW! what a find.. Looks like lot of spares to make more then one fury...
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Old 10th September 2011, 22:47   #113
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@powertwin
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The CS 50 (Explorer) is basically the same bike but a tw-seater (the Mofa has only one seat) which falls in Germany into the "Mokick" class, to be driven by over 16-year-olds and requiring a real driving license with theoretical and practical lessons and tests. They can also be driven on a car driving license, still to this day. These are by law reduced to 40 km/h (later 50, today 45... crazy laws there!) top speed. The Zundapp one (see picture) had four-speed with foot gears, 2.9 horse power and 40 km/h, although most of them exceed 50 km/h. The imported ones from Enfield (Explorer, but in Germany also labelled "Zundapp-Madras CS 50") had an engine identical to the Zundapp C50 Sport, i.e. THREE foot-gears, 2.9 horse power and were allowed to go 50 km/h.

The KS 50 was "The King Of 50cc" in Germany. Zundapp always was fastest in this class which was completely abolished in 1980: Unrestrcited 50cc. To be driven by over 16-year-olds as well, requiring a more complex (and expensive!) driving license, and NOT to be driven with a car driving license. Insurance costs for these were astronomical due to the fact that youngsters naturally get involved in or cause accidents more often. This class had no other restrictions than "max 50cc displacement" and due to an agreement among all manufacturers were "officially" limited to 6.25 horse power, although in later days the Zundapp's has close to 7.5 horse power and some foreign manufacturers like Puch came with 8.5 horse powers (i owned one such, a rocket!) Hercules (nowadays known as "Sachs") even continued limited production of "open 50cc's" until 1983, and their last one, the "K50 Ultra RS-WC" had close to 10 horse power, it came with twin front disc and full fairing! This class regularly exceeded speeds of 100 km/h, one of my two KS 50 did close to 120 with an (export) cylinder that made 8.5 horse power. Zundapp, to this day, holds a number of speed and endurance world records with their 50cc engines/bikes.


Now, looking at the Indian-spec Explorer i would guess that it has the same specs as the KS 50 in Germany - as i spot a rather large carburetor and also an exhaust that looks like the one on the KS 50 (which nowadays is a very popular tuning-device for speed-restricted Mokicks in germany!) so i guess that the Indian Explorer probably has 6.25 or more horse power and five-speed gear box? Please enlighten me, i am curious.



Oh, @powertwin again
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Here is my restored Explorer CS50






& now the one you posted before from Germany>>

You asked:-Indian Explorer probably has 6.25 or more horse power and five-speed gear box? Please enlighten me, i am curious.
Nopes Indian Explorer had a 4 speed gear box, also earlier models came with German Bing carb.......due to poor fuel efficiency it was replaced with a " Mikarb" ( Indian version of Japans Mikuni)
Though I have a Bing carb, with a finger operated choke at the steering right ......ME, decided to go the Indian way
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Congrats on this rare find.Indeed GP editions are very rare and difficult to restore.


difficult to restore...but as GP editions are very rare !!
Our ON-Line master Mr.Girish (GPV) decided to pick one.& as usual his hands are always open.... it happened..here is it......now @ my garage
Man, believe it was road ridden to my garage , nearly 200kms @ less than 4 hours



Now sharing space with my machines@ my garage


Near to her elder brother my DX 175



Girish is a Tbhpian as most of you are aware of...hee!! Hee!!

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difficult to restore...but as GP editions are very rare !!
Our ON-Line master Mr.Girish (GPV) decided to pick one.& as usual his hands are always open.... it happened..here is it......now @ my garage
Man, believe it was road ridden to my garage , nearly 200kms @ less than 4 hours



Now sharing space with my machines@ my garage


Near to her elder brother my DX 175



Girish is a Tbhpian as most of you are aware of...hee!! Hee!!
powertwin....

Thank you very much for sharing this info.
I was so lucky to have this bike, my long hunting for Fury ended.
When you told giri is riding it from Trichy to Coimbatore...200+kms, I couldn't believe ....just said wowwww
Thank you again and again.
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Hey there! Does the RC book by any chance , have a "Beboy John" as a previous owner?
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powertwin....

Thank you very much for sharing this info.
I was so lucky to have this bike, my long hunting for Fury ended.
When you told giri is riding it from Trichy to Coimbatore...200+kms, I couldn't believe ....just said wowwww
Thank you again and again.
It was road riden, from out skirts of Trichy, but it was not our Giri, some other guy, claims himself as Fury specialist ( He was a hired {D}rider)
The video which you saw was a test ride by Giri to a tune of 3 to 4 kms!!
Even today I went for a 5 kpm(approx) ride...
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Hey there! Does the RC book by any chance , have a "Beboy John" as a previous owner?
Nopes !!
It was sheer coincidence.....the previous owner was GIRINATH & co., a ltd company

So our GIRISH picks from GIRInath( 1 st owner)
Sorry, there is no 2 nd owner....like Beboy or John
Guess our jyobeb..had a Fury of same color scheme...

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Had both, the DX175 and the Grand Prix! Awesome bikes but temperamental and disgraceful fuel efficiency!
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Had both, the DX175 and the Grand Prix! Awesome bikes but temperamental and disgraceful fuel efficiency!
Like this>>>


What you mean by saying "TEMPERaMENTAL" ??

You can't expect fuel efficiency from a Classic sports bike...which you may be pretty aware of(f)
I prefer my RE std 350 for regular commuting & prefer my RE 700 twin for weekend blast
ps: @ GPV:your GP, has gulped Rs 450/= worth Fuel(petroil) for that 200kms......think that is not bad (not to forget Petrol price @ Tamilnadu)
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