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Haven't heard that name in way too many years, but I had guessed right even befor the pic opened. R.C. Engineering - that was all part of the WAY-BACK machine Mr. Peabody... :gunhead:
 

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Yeah, it's RC Engineering.
I came across it while reading about the "Hogslayer" TC Christensen's triple engine Norton.



 

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Okay, the obvious question is.....


Which one is fastest in the quarter mile?
 

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I can't remember, but I believe the A-T-S bike had the longer/more consistant history. I recall it being rebuilt once, might have been a crash. The gray matter ain't what it once was. Several folks were trying 2>3 engined Harleys at the time also.:action:



You can always do a search... :gunhead:
 

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Several folks were trying 2>3 engined Harleys at the time also.


That was just carrying a spare.
 

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Ya! Drag Car Tire!
 

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T C Christiansen and his Hogslayer was ... and is .... awesome. I remember the first twin engined Hogslayer well, it was indeed a "Hogslaying Show". The triple engined Hogslayer was later. His secret at the time, or rather his deal was instead of wild wheel spin in one gear, he had a two speed trans and his own slipper multi plate clutch and ran a much wider tire that hooked. In the early-mid'70s when I started riding .... first onmy '70 Norton 750 Commando and later, my '74 Trident .... TC Ruled.



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