So I'm slowly accumulating parts and ideas: --I picked up an oil tank from A Popular Auction Site, it's a steel one from a Ranger, I think, but it will do until something better comes along. --also a magneto friendly timing chest cover, one without a hole for the tach drive and with a neat little brass patent number tag mounted in the middle of it. I guess it came off of a Dominator. --I made an offer on a set of Ceriani triple clamps, I have an idea what fork legs and front wheel I am going to use, but I hesitate to reveal that just yet. --I'm working on a deal for an Atlas engine to use as a parts donor --it sounds like I have a AMC pattern gearbox housing, but so far nothing in it. I've been offered Commando parts to stuff it with, how does a P11 gearbox compare to a Commando gearbox? Closer ratios? Wider? --I'm not certain what to do about a clutch; I've been offered a 3 spring clutch, ("as used on Manx Nortons"), will it be strong enough? I really like the sound of an NEB, but they are a bit dear. --speaking of NEB, I also like the look of their belt drive. Hypothetically speaking, if I could sell a kidney and buy bike parts, would an NEB belt drive be worth having? I've always been impressed with how well the final drive belts hold up on Harleys, surely a belt primary drive on a Norton could only be a good idea? --I need a seat. Who sells the best P11 (short) seat? --I need exhausts pipes, who sells the best P11 high pipes? --definitely going with a magneto, I have access to a K2F, should I get it rebuilt? I really like the Joe Hunt mags, but they are pricey! --I see that P11's seem to have come with dual carburettors from the factory, but a lot of restored ones are running singles. I understand (very well) the appeal of a single carb from a maintenance point of view; how much is performance affected? Thanks for your help, everybody!