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AMR still in business?

Discussion in 'Norton Commando Motorcycles (Classic)' started by htown16, Oct 10, 2018.

  1. htown16

    htown16 VIP MEMBER

    Apr 29, 2009
    Been trying to get a hold of them for a timing cover mod. Anyone been in contact with them recently?
  2. N0rt0nelectr@

    N0rt0nelectr@ VIP MEMBER

    Sep 15, 2014
    Last time I spoke to Mike was back in the spring
    Got a couple of universal cables for my Matchless project

    John in Texas
  3. htown16

    htown16 VIP MEMBER

    Apr 29, 2009
    Do you have another contact the number I have is 520 303 4394. Email I sent to is mail@amr-tucson.com.
  4. David B

    David B VIP MEMBER

    Jun 22, 2014
    They did my timing cover this spring. I know email is their preferred method of contact; that's the email I used.
  5. htown16

    htown16 VIP MEMBER

    Apr 29, 2009
    Mike responded to my email. They are still doing the mods. I have two bikes that have it and it makes a ton of difference. Before, the sump had to be drained even after just a couple of days. Now I never drain them. Yes, the level in the tank does drop some if you let them sit a month or more but there is always a little oil on the end of the dip stick and if that's present I have no qualms about starting the engine. I just make sure to watch the tank refill before I ride off. IMHO a must do mod on a Norton.
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  6. river700

    river700 VIP MEMBER

    Dec 25, 2010
    Emailed Mike and got quick response. Am flying to Tucson, and he agreed to meet me to pick-up 2 timing covers. Just cancelled the meet because I didn't have time to get them cleaned up enough to take on plane. Mike answered in less than a day. Plan to ship them when I replace my wood stove; or it doesn't get 25 below again.
  7. 998cc

    998cc "Cheap" is rarely the least expensive. VIP MEMBER

    Oct 1, 2018
    I'm just catching the tail end of this thread. It sounds as if there is a timing case mod that slows or perhaps stops wet sumping? Can someone elaborate a little further?


  8. Paul W.

    Paul W.

    May 12, 2018
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