I have owned my TR 3 for just over a year and in that time have done all the usual things, r/p steering, alternator, electric cooling fan, modern starter motor and a new crankshaft as the original was proved to be cracked when it went out to be reground. One thing that I have done that so far I have not seen mentioned in any of the technical comments. I was never happy with a single piston brake master cylinder and have now coverted to a tandem unit with both clutch and brake m/c's having reservoirs mounted on the individual units. So far I have only driven about 300 hundred miles and am looking forward to the cooler weather as I do not intend to fit hood or main wind screen and think of it more as a four wheeled motor bike. I would be happy to answer any questions as long as they are not too hard.