1979 Mz Ts 150 Luxus - Surrey England

1979 MZ TS 150 BLUE/SILVER
  • 1979 MZ TS 150 BLUE/SILVER
  • 1979 MZ TS 150 BLUE/SILVER
  • 1979 MZ TS 150 BLUE/SILVER
  • 1979 MZ TS 150 BLUE/SILVER
  • 1979 MZ TS 150 BLUE/SILVER
  • 1979 MZ TS 150 BLUE/SILVER
  • 1979 MZ TS 150 BLUE/SILVER
  • 1979 MZ TS 150 BLUE/SILVER
  • 1979 MZ TS 150 BLUE/SILVER
  • 1979 MZ TS 150 BLUE/SILVER
Guildford, Guildford, Surrey, UK
Country
United Kingdom
Posted
3 years ago
State
England
City
Surrey
Make
Mz
Model
Ts 150 Luxus
Year
1979
Condition
Used
Color
Blue/silver
Mileage
15.611
Body Type
Motorcycle
VIN
-
X

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1979 MZ TS 150 BLUE/SILVER

Classic late 70s MZ TS 150 two-stroke motorbike, Luxus model. Selling due to not having enough time to finish it off properly... This is the 150cc model, so is not learner-legal, but would suit a collector or enthusiast very well. For a 35-year old bike she's in very good condition (especially the engine, electrics and tank) and I have been slowly tuning her up. She starts fine (if you know the knack), the seat is immaculate, a grab-rail/pannier-holder is fitted, and most important all the electrics work (rare for a 6V MZ!) Photos shown with the left hand side-cover removed to show the electrics bay. Here's a list of things I have done: - Rebuilt the front forks (new oil seals and gaskets, fresh 10W damping oil) - Replaced the speedo backlight, front running light and brakelight with LEDs (all can be replaced with original filament units without issue) - Replaced the thermal indicator relay and indicator bulbs with electronic units (reverting to filament bulbs and old relay possible - will supply the old relay) - New kickstarter quadrant - Replaced clutch plates with NOS. - New crank seals and all paper gaskets replaced. - New piston and rings (2 spare pairs thown in too!) - New fuel petcock and fitted an in-line filter - New SKF bearings for front wheel - New exhaust and downpipe - Calibrated the voltage regulator (actually charges the battery now!) - Fitted a new Tashima 6V battery - Replaced the fusebox with a modern blade-terminal unit (still have the original somewhere) ...