thanks for posting the thread and these pictures. I love all of this new age technology creeping it's was into our old rides. Like I've said before I think that there has never bee a better time to own and ride a norton. Looking at your pistons though, I have to ask why you stayed with the hepolites instead of lightening things up in there with the JS ones while you had it apart. Cj
Fullauto wrote:Basic spec as follows, if not mentioned, standard parts are used.
Fullauto Technologies head, number 2. Ceramic coated combustion chambers, inlet and exhaust ports. Unported. Standard size Black Diamond valves, Ceramic coated.
PW3 cam. Lobes coated.
CNW single coil conversion.
TriSpark ignition. Fantastic product.
Hepolite pistons, skirts coated, tops ceramic coated.
Jim Comstock supplied conical valve springs.
Lifter blocks and rockers micropolished.
Jim Comstock crankcase breather.
Sparx 3 phase alternator and solid state regulator.
Quartz halogen conversion for headlight.
Belt primary drive by Heyward.
Double sided primary drive adjuster.
Barnett clutch plates.
Dave Comeau clutch pushrod seal.
Gearbox internals micropolished. 22 tooth sprocket.
Production racer forks with Lansdowne conversion. (Thanks John! looking forward to this).
11-5 inch Production racer floating disc with AP twin piston caliper.
Original style Lockheed master cylinder with adapter for standard switchgear.
Ikon rear shocks.
Morad 2.5 inch x 19 inch rims. Avon Roadrider 100/90 - 19 tyres. Great believer in these.
Smith's electronic instruments.
CNW LED tail light conversion and tail light mount. 750 style tail light.
CNW turn signal conversion.
Other spec as I remember them.
Fullauto wrote:All in good time. I don't want to start with a perfect Norton now do I? ........
Fullauto wrote:This isn't a look at me, look at me thread.
Fullauto wrote: It's to show what I'm doing and if anybody has any questions or suggestions, please feel free to post. I've already had one suggestion from Lyell about wrist pins which I intend to follow up. Let's get this thing built.
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