Discussion in 'Norton Motorcycles (Modern)' started by richard-7, May 26, 2015.
Got it. No “is” at the beginning. It makes sense now. I’ll send Friday.
Hi. Please send me the cluster and air box manuals. Thanks.
Hi Richard, unable to PM you but would be interested in your workshop manuals.
Hi Richard, interested in your manuals. Bike is a new 961 MkII with many of the 'historic' problems now sorted or modified. Do you have manuals for the recent adopters of the 961?
Yes sir. Get me your email address.
I'd love all the manuals, thanks very much for this too. It's fantastic of you to offer. email@example.com
Sent 33 emails to you.
Hi - I've just got myself a 2010 961 and newly added to the forums - I recently had battery trouble which required me to remove the seat and fuel tank without seeing the manual - luckily I did, I think, ok, but wondered if I could get a copy of all the documents so I can begin to read up and make sure I don't make an arse of anything - lots to learn! Please sent to firstname.lastname@example.org when you have time - thanks so much,
Congratulations on becoming a 961 er / In mean just “ word search “ what u looking for & u shall find ( don’t drop ur tank ) like I did & break the red fuel spigot
Looks good mate , you can also get the factory manual from this site.Best of luck with your bike mate.
It's still in one piece so far!!!
Thanks very much rotchard for all your help - if nice to know people are willing to sharing resources and information like this - and I hope everyone that receives it donates a little towards future work - very much appreciated and superb write ups with pictures
& hey Colin we need guys like on this forum to bring the average age of a 961 er down, your a young un aren’t yer ?
Lol - not too young - 38! Appreciate the comment however!
Oh - while I'm on does anyone know where I could get hold of a oil cooler radiator guard for the 2010 norton? Hi can see ones for 2015 upwards but not sure if the bolt spacing on the 2010 model is the same as the 2015 ? I presume it would be - but I've a shed load of presumed cheers components!