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Lumley Engineering - CNC Milling, Machining Prototypes to Volume Production for Clench

Using state of the art CNC machinery, you can call on Lumley Engineering for prototype, test run or short run production volumes of project or test parts. Once viability has been established, your production runs of components can be made just as simply. Visitors from Clench are always welcome in our Somerset workshop.<br /><br />For specialist markets such as motorsport and vehicle restoration, we have the facilities and expertise to make one-off and replica components. Even if you are not local, many parts can be made as one-off items or short-run production components from your drawings, patterns or templates emailed or posted to us from the Clench area.

Photo from Featured Project near Clench
Yamaha Past Masters Race Bike Fuel Tank 001

The Yamaha Past Masters series is designed to keep old two stroke bikes from the 1980s and 1990s racing. The bikes are all ridden as they were designed to be ridden, which does mean that on occasion things break. Even more insidious is the onset of rust in fuel tanks, which is a universal problem, clogging fuel lines with debris and even when meticulous filtration is applied, causing engine seizures as two strokes are fairly sensitive to lack of fuel, especially as it carries their vital lubricant. The rider of this bike was at his witsÕ end when we suggested a simple solution. Our answer was to cut the bottom out of the rotten old steel tank, fabricate a ten litre alloy tank to sit underneath, then simply bolt the old one on as a cover to keep the bikeÕs silhouette in keeping with the regulations and spirit of the class. Simple! With the cover in place now, nobody would ever know it wasnÕt a standard tank, and the rider is as pleased as punch as he has lovely clean fuel flowing into his carbs.
Precision Engineering from Prototype to Production Services Provided in:
  • Clench
  • CNC Components
  • Prototyping
  • Short Production Run
  • Long Production Run
  • Precision Components
  • Engineering Design
  • Testing
  • Fabrication
  • Welding
  • Machining
  • Turning
  • Milling
  • Racing Sidecar Chassis Manufacture
  • Dry Sump Lubrication Systems
  • CDI Ignition Systems
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