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Domi Naked major service and upgrades

Discussion in 'Norton Motorcycles (Modern)' started by Canyon Motorcycles, Mar 9, 2020.

  1. Canyon Motorcycles

    Canyon Motorcycles

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    Hey up Fellas
    Hows it going? New Norton Owner here and wanted to introduce myself!
    I bought my Domi Naked dream machine a month ago now over here in CA. [even though I couldnt ride it due to having my shoulder surgury] so just been looking at it and figuring out what I have got, and what it needs? The bikes pristine with 800 miles and runs FANTASTIC on the small test ride I managed.
    After reading a lot of your storys and tips. [Thanks to Richard, Dave and Scott for advice, John for manual] I'm gonna start work on it this week and do the major first service inc head torque and valves, brake overhaul, fresh rubber, any recommended updates.
    Just starting to figure out the parts aint easy to come by with no factory, or parts breakdown or part nos?
    Heres my parts list so far, I think I'm right, but feel free to correct me or add anything, So looking for USA suppliers if poss?

    4 x10/40 semi syn oil....the one thing thats easy haha!
    1x oil filter BOSCH P-9147 ?
    1 x DPW ?
    2 x Trans DPW ?
    1 x Valve cover gasket ?
    2 x plugs CR9EB? or CR9EIX?
    1 x Fuel Filter?
    1x Fuel filter O ring?
    1x Air Filter?
    1x Ex header gaskets?
    1 x Battery ? It has Lith Ion, I was gonna go Yuasa YTZ14S?
    1 x Clutch cover gasket?
    1 x RH Crank gasket?
    1x CNW Bosch Coil Pack For 961
    1x ONEO7 Spark Plug Leads 96 [any black ones out there?]
    1x cam sensor? Bosch 0232103037
    1x head temp sensor? Bosch 0280130026
    1x oil pressure guage [probably a B/C Triumph one]
    1x oil lines are hard and dry. would like to refresh using OEM hose and clips?
    1x rear tank mount.
    1x rear light [slight crack]

    Any leads or tips would be appriciated and hopefully I can help you all as well

    Cheers
    Adrian
    P.S. cant figure how to add pics? but my bike is on our website. canyonmotorcycles.com
     
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  2. iwilson

    iwilson VIP MEMBER

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    Don’t fit a 14 battery, terminals are to close to the tank. 12 has more than enough grunt without the risk of a disaster.
     
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  3. Canyon Motorcycles

    Canyon Motorcycles

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    Ah, thanks man, good job you told me!
     
  4. Eljahara

    Eljahara VIP MEMBER

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    Lambda sensors were routinely changed at service on a lot of bikes - alternatively eliminate them (see Lamda delete thread)
     
  5. BLIGHTYBRIT/SF

    BLIGHTYBRIT/SF VIP MEMBER

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    You might wanna look at the mounting system of those lovely exhausts of yours , factory standard is too rigid , I know of one bike similar to yours that’s was on it’s 3rd set in less than 3 years , they spilt basically, So other Dommie guys know more bout this issue ( like Mr Wilson)
     
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  6. Canyon Motorcycles

    Canyon Motorcycles

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    Hi, yes a couple o folk have said that, looks like they just need a rubber mount making up at the footrest mount? I have a load of Triumph rubber exhaust mounts so should be able to do something nice, thanks man
     
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  7. Voodooo

    Voodooo VIP MEMBER

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    He has megaphones. No o2 sensors are used.
     
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  8. Canyon Motorcycles

    Canyon Motorcycles

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    Luckily it had the megaphones installed and no O/2 sensors, so looks like its been set up to run without them. Thanks for the info!
     
  9. Voodooo

    Voodooo VIP MEMBER

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    Fuel filter is in tank and part of the fuel pump assembly.

    The oil line clamps are double ear Oetiker clamps.
     
  10. iwilson

    iwilson VIP MEMBER

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    This is what my fabricator fitted. My bike is fitted with a pair of baffled replica megaphones, that were constructed with the rubber bush in mind. When he saw the factory megaphones he immediately told me they would crack - given his 40 years in the trade I wasn’t going to argue!

    Pretty happy with the result!

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  11. speirmoor

    speirmoor VIP MEMBER

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    Oil Filter 11A61597-2520-4D3F-8D58-5E1049927309.jpeg
     
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  12. Canyon Motorcycles

    Canyon Motorcycles

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  13. Canyon Motorcycles

    Canyon Motorcycles

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    Ah yes ok I see now, whereabouts do they crack? at the mount or the header?
    Did you make new brackets so the pipes sit lower for that bushing? theres not a lot of room on the RH side to do much.
     
  14. jan nelder

    jan nelder

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    Try Krazy Horse dealer , the Chipping Norton branch, Oxfordshire, UK.
     
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  15. Fast Eddie

    Fast Eddie VIP MEMBER

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    Shoulder issues huh?

    With those clip ons?!

    You might wanna start checking out top yoke conversions and ‘Sport’ style handle bars...
     
  16. Canyon Motorcycles

    Canyon Motorcycles

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    Its not the most comfortable bike with the bars for sure! Yes been a mechanic for 40 years so had a major rebuild in Jan, feelin pretty good now, I'm gonna put some polished LSL clip ons on it, bit higher, more of a neutral position. should fit nice.
     

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