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Really, really nice projects!
I intend to make a similar alternator solution on my Commando slim-line. Could you please share what belt type you use for the alternator transmission(i.e. the thin alternator drive belt)? Type, belt length, belt pulley diameters, etc. (and whether the belt has worked out or not... ;)).
Kind regards, Fredrik
Great work. I visit often to admire your work. How is the seat pan fastened at the front? No picture really shows this. I built a seat pan similar but am not satisfied and will copy parts of your design. Drop me a line and I will share my build with you.
Lim Ewe Sin
Jean...nice work on the Co'mando in featherbed..I 've had Nortons since I could afford one..rode till Burma on one some time back..am still doing up Nortons..mostly of the 60's.It's a great passion...I wished you dwell more on the engine setup ..how's your crank balance up to?...you can't really ride an 850 engine on a featherbed stock..I did once and the bike was moving all over on double stands at idle speed.
Still...great work...I am from Malaysia..if you drop by this part of the world,let me know...I'll buy you a cuppa.\
je suis Jacques Blais qui a travaillé chez Digital Equipment. Est-ce bien toi que je pense connaître?
Jean, would like to buy your boyer power box if it is still available. Cheers.
Jean, super sweet job. I am trying to source manifolds such as the ones you made to fit FCR35's. Any chance you have some for sale? I am in the process of building a featherbed with the 750 Atlas engine. I have finished the engine and transmission and am now working on the frame and various parts. I would like to run a single CR39 Smoothbore or FCR's. Still searching for the best option. Any help is appreciated.
Hi, what a fantastic project, well done, I loved the way you handled the exhust ports, but why did you slope the engine, the final outcome looks great, best regards, Keith
PS your machining and welding makes me jealous
j'ai trouvé tes galeries à partir de Jerry Doe , je suis basé en Toulouse en France et j'ai un blog que je t'invites à venir visiter, je serais très heureux si tu avais une histoire Norton personnelle à nous raconter accompagnée de photos,
qu' en penses tu?
Nice job Jean.
I have an old Featherbed Commando hybrid so yours is quite interesting to me.
Je prépare un voyage de St-Lambert à New York en vélo. Serait-il possible de communiquer avec vous par courriel pour discuter à ce sujet ?