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1974 Norton Commando Custom Built 500 Miles!

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Country: USA
Make: Norton
City: Lewisville
Zip: 75077
Model: Commando
Year: 1974
Mileage: 500 Miles
Color: Silver
Condition: Used
Engine: 750 cc
1974 Norton Commando Roadster
Custom build using the best parts available
I started with a 1974 frame and installed a 750 hi performance motor that I rebuilt for just such an occasion
Engine # 20M3S 132501

Most if not all the parts are new or better than OEM replacements

This is a partial list:

New valves, springs, pistons and rings
High performance camshaft
Amal 32mm carbs
Dave Taylor head steady
Venhill braided Stainless rocker feed lines
"Big Bore" 1-1/2" exhaust system
RGM Belt Drive Primary
Quaife polished gearbox case
Alton Electric start kit
Shorai Battery
Stainless steel transmission adjustment hardware kit
Jim Comstock hydraulic actuated clutch with Brembo Master cylinder
New drive chain with 21tooth countershaft sprocket
New polished Excel rims with stainless steel spokes and nipples
New Bridgestone tires
Hagon Shocks
Performance machine 4 piston caliper with Brembo Master cylinder
Baja Designs light switch / directional switch combo
Solid state charging system
Rebuilt gauges
Custom quartz headlight incorporating LED turn signals
RGM 3.5 gallon custom alloy gas tank
Custom alloy seat and Corbin gunfighter seat
New fork tubes, seals etc
Bucketloads of stainless steel hardware
New wiring harnesses
As you can see from the list, this is a serious amount of money invested in the parts alone.

The Alton kit drives the crank directly without going through the primary so it spins the engine with very little effort.

If you're looking for something completely different, this is the one.

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