Alsport Trisport 340cc

Posting ID : B1008912709
Date Posted : 2012-05-28
Category : Rvs By Owner

This was a project that I started, and don't have time to finish it. It runs great, drives great. I just haven't time to finish the small details. Restoration factors. Needs Brakes, and a good paint job. Thats it.
So the details.

This is a 1973 Alsport Trisport. It originally came with a 295cc JLO Single Cylinder/Two Cycle Engine. I have this engine and all the supporting parts for it.
I decided to put a 1973 Polaris 340cc Twin Cylinder/2 Cycle Engine on it. I have no clue what the top speed is, but I do know that it will do roughly 60mph within 200ft.

It runs great as it sits. Could use new tires, but is not needed. It is what is is. It is an extremely fast three wheeler, that has a very low center of gravity.

Three wheels.
Fiberglass seat.
Balloon tires.
340cc Twin Cyl/2Stroke Polaris Engine.
0-60 in 200ft.
Has differential rear end. Easy turning. Needs brakes for both sides. Has Brake drums installed, but needs the band for both of them.
Snowmobile clutch to chain drive. All stock. Also has band brake installed on clutch, to slow down both tires at the same time.
Fiberglass is in great conditon for being 40 years old.
Ape hanger handlebars.
Original Throttle.

What it comes with:
New choke cable for dual carbs.
The original engine (295 JLO) ((Doesnt Run, needs capacitor installed to stator coil, wich I have.)) +Carb, and clutch. Everything is there to bring this monster toy fully back to stock.
I want to get rid of it, only because I am moving to the city.
Needs exhaust. Has 2 feet of 2" flexpipe straight form manifold, but never installed a muffler. This is recommended. IT IS LOUD.

I am taking a loss on this, but I am pricing it to sell. Willing to trade for a motorcycle project. All offers are welcome. Need it gone because I cant ride it anymore.
It does not have exhaust on it yet, because I didn't need it living here. It has 2" flex pipe com Call or text anytime. Dan.

Here is a link to a video of me testing it after the motor swap. Watch the back tires expand. Has so much torque.

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