- Jan 1, 2012
Sounds simple enough. What about re-mapping? Should I make sure it has the most current map before I take delivery? I mentioned my Daytona 955i previously - it is so easy to swap maps in and out thanks to free software, TuneECU? Is there anything like that for the Norton 961?richard-7 said:Contours,
I believe Norton takes care of issues as they arise, and there haven't been any new ones for a while. They are silly little issues and easy to sort ahead of time. I ride my bike 40-50 miles any day that isn't raining. Although the weatherman has got me a few times.
If you get a 2015 (or newer) I believe most issues have been sorted, by looking at G81 Can Cycles 2015 bike I was with at the INOA Rally. As soon as you get the bike add a transmission vent (I doubt this will be on from Norton but you never know). Follow the break in procedure to a T And before 1,000 miles Torque the Head. Keep the airbox drain hose plugged when riding and drain after every ride and put back the plug. Top up oil when ever it's too low.