Norton Commando Restoration Manual

Norton Commando Restoration Manual
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Format: Hardback, 224 Pages
ISBN: 9781785007590
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With more than 700 colour photographs, Norton Commando Restoration Manual provides step-by-step guides to restoring every component of this classic bike.

Topics covered include how to find a worthy restoration project; setting up a workshop with key tools and equipment; dismantling the motorcycle to restore the chassis, engine cradle and swing arm; restoring the isolastic suspension, forks and steering; tackling the engine, transmission, carburettors, electrics, ignition and instruments and, finally, overhauling wheels and brakes, and replacing tyres. There is also a chapter on the assembly of a restored 'Five Times Machine of the Year' motorcycle.    

The author

Norman White joined Norton-AJS in 1969 and worked on projects such as noise and emissions, component mileage proving, tyre development and performance testing. Later, he prepared the engine components and undertook track testing for the popular NVPS 'Yellow Peril' production racers. In late 1971, Norman was responsible for the preparation and maintenance of the new racing machines designed by Peter Williams for Norton and he partnered top racer Rex Butcher in the prestigious Thruxton 500 mile race in 1973 - which they won. Norman then joined Honda, where he controlled the preparation of the Honda Britain machines and he partnered Neil Tuxworth on a works Honda in the Spanish round of the World Championship 24 hour race. Norman started his own business 'Norman White Norton' in 1981, specialising in maintaining and improving all aspects of Norton Commando.

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Specs

Format: Hardback, 224 Pages
ISBN: 9781785007590
Illustrations: 700 color photos
Size: 8.26 in x 11.69 in / 209.8 mm x 296.93 mm
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