Author Archives: marp2013
Norton Roadholder forks are fitted to Domi’s, Singles, Commando’s and also to several 1964 onwards AJS & Matchless models. This is a very good design and when in good condition give excellent performance. One of the biggest complaints is that they … Continue reading
I have discussed several times the unsuitability of modern oils in classic cars and bikes with their big flat tappets and larger running clearances etc. The problem is mainly due to the lack of zinc in the oil, which for our … Continue reading
We have dealt with Brituro, who make mufflers for us, for close to 30 years and there is a rumour going around the internet discussion groups that they have closed down. Joe Dallow assures me that this is not the … Continue reading
On a recent visit to Anthony Curzon, renowned P11 expert, in the UK he generously invited me to ride a couple of his very rare and unusual bikes. The first is the experimental unified unit construction 650 Norton which never went into … Continue reading
The lubrication requirements of classic motorcycle and car engines are vastly different from those of modern vehicles. Modern vehicle oils have to comply with the latest API ratings, dealing with matters such as fuel efficiency and extended drain intervals. Older … Continue reading
Only took 10 years but we now have this hard to find tool back in stock!