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Re: Pictures of your Norton 961

Postby Britfan60 » Wed Sep 06, 2017 2:05 pm

trevorpacker wrote:All ok here, thanks. Apart from higher priced gas, the area I live seems to not have been affected.


Good news. If it'll make you feel any better, the gas is up to 2.89 here in NY. Went up 40c per gallon overnight.
I have an apartment in Pompano Beach Florida that is 20 feet from a canal and across the street from the beach. It's unattended. I think I'm going to go down there to a serious mess after Irma hits. Wish me luck. Guess I'm fortunate to NOT be there. Sorry for being off topic, fellas. These storms are some serious s#*t.
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Re: Pictures of your Norton 961

Postby Voodooo » Thu Sep 07, 2017 5:26 am

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My new addition to my 2016 Commando SF. A Shiny new 2016 Dominator Naked!
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Re: Pictures of your Norton 961

Postby cehenard » Thu Sep 07, 2017 7:06 am

Congratulations, happy for you!!
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Re: Pictures of your Norton 961

Postby speirmoor » Thu Sep 07, 2017 10:51 am

Nice Voodoo !. Did you omit the flyscreen from the Naked?
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Re: Pictures of your Norton 961

Postby Voodooo » Thu Sep 07, 2017 11:08 am

speirmoor wrote:Nice Voodoo !. Did you omit the flyscreen from the Naked?


Nakeds do not come with flyscreens.
The yolks are polished.
The aluminum tank is brushed.
The clutch and brake levers are billet aluminum that's brushed.
The foot controls are brushed aluminum.
The heel guards are brushed aluminum.
The side panels (aluminum panel below seat with 15 holes) are brushed aluminum.
All the carbon fiber is matte finish.
The frame is bare metal that's been clear coated.
The headlight is bare metal that's been clear coated.
The megaphones are brushed.

The bike came fitted with long quiet mufflers and gray metallic painted tank with black levers.
Included in the price of the bike are the brushed aluminum tank, megaphones, billet levers, race foot control frames and LED turn signals. Easy to install.
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Re: Pictures of your Norton 961

Postby speirmoor » Thu Sep 07, 2017 11:38 am

Gotcha. Looks great !
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Re: Pictures of your Norton 961

Postby richard-7 » Thu Sep 07, 2017 6:10 pm

Voodooo wrote:
speirmoor wrote:Nice Voodoo !. Did you omit the flyscreen from the Naked?


Nakeds do not come with flyscreens.
The yolks are polished.
The aluminum tank is brushed.
The clutch and brake levers are billet aluminum that's brushed.
The foot controls are brushed aluminum.
The heel guards are brushed aluminum.
The side panels (aluminum panel below seat with 15 holes) are brushed aluminum.
All the carbon fiber is matte finish.
The frame is bare metal that's been clear coated.
The headlight is bare metal that's been clear coated.
The megaphones are brushed.

The bike came fitted with long quiet mufflers and gray metallic painted tank with black levers.
Included in the price of the bike are the brushed aluminum tank, megaphones, billet levers, race foot control frames and LED turn signals. Easy to install.

You'll be happy I made a manual for that exhaust because we didnt have any instructions doing it on the domi.
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Re: Pictures of your Norton 961

Postby Voodooo » Fri Sep 08, 2017 4:58 am

Richard
When I removed all the stock long exhaust and foot control frames that was a breeze. Installing the race foot control frames and exhaust was also easy. What threw me was the foot brake stop and master cylinder. I remembered your manuals and had to look them up to see how to route the brake hose and wiring. You make it easy! Thank you!

Just like on my Commando I also installed your Coil, wires, battery mat, Shoria battery and cable.
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Re: Pictures of your Norton 961

Postby richard-7 » Fri Sep 08, 2017 6:04 am

Looking forward to more photos.
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Re: Pictures of your Norton 961

Postby contours » Sun Sep 10, 2017 6:10 am

Voodooo wrote:Image

My new addition to my 2016 Commando SF. A Shiny new 2016 Dominator Naked!


Wow - what a beauty! :shock:
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Re: Pictures of your Norton 961

Postby richard-7 » Sun Sep 24, 2017 5:59 am

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Keith came from Montreal for a trans Vent, mapping and a full ignition upgrade.
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Re: Pictures of your Norton 961

Postby richard-7 » Sun Sep 24, 2017 6:01 am

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Re: Pictures of your Norton 961

Postby Fast Eddie » Sun Sep 24, 2017 6:11 am

Keith's bike looks great without the airbox!

What effect has this had on the running of the bike, better, worse, no different?

I bet it unleashes a nice throaty intake roar too...!
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Re: Pictures of your Norton 961

Postby BritTwit » Sun Sep 24, 2017 7:57 am

Fast Eddie wrote:
I bet it unleashes a nice throaty intake roar too...!


I’d be willing to bet that with a set of velocity stacks, cat-less exhaust, and a power commander there would be a nice bump up in power to go along with that intake roar.
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Re: Pictures of your Norton 961

Postby TonyA » Sun Sep 24, 2017 8:18 am

Really nice ! K&N make a 20 degree angled universal clamp on that should work very well. What do you do with the air flow sensor ? Just mount it outside somewhere ? .
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