Norton Commando Owners Workshop Manual: 745cc, 828cc, Thru by John Haynes

By John Haynes

Haynes disassembles each topic car and files each step with thorough directions and transparent pictures. Haynes fix manuals are utilized by the professionals, yet written for the do-it-yourselfer.

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3 It is now possible to insert a valve spring compressor and 'release each of the valves in turn. Keep the valves, valve springs and collets etc together in sets so that they are eventually replaced in their original location. Note that the inlet valve stems have a rubber seal, which must be renewed on reassembly. 4 After cleaning all four valves to remove carbon and burnt oil, examine the heads for signs of pitting or burning. Examine the valve seats in the cylinder head. The exhaust valves and thei r seats will require the most attention because they are the hotter running.

Tighten all six nuts in a diagonal sequence, to a torque wrench setting of 25 Ib ft. Check to ensure the oilways blanking plug is fitted in the right hand (timing side) crank cheek. This is important if a new right hand (timing side) crank cheek has been fitted. Centrepunch the nuts as a safeguard against slackening. 4 Pump oil through the crankshaft assembly with a pressure oil can to ensure all the oilways are clear and that the oil flow is not impeded in any way. A considerable amount of oil will be needed before it exudes from the oilways, due to the need to fill the area within the flywheel centre and both crank flanges.

Check that the twist grip and air control lever operate smoothly, without any of the carburettor components jamming. 2 Replace the air cleaner element and the end and side covers. The complete assembly is held together by two long bolts, one on each side of the air cleaner unit_ Reconnect the short rUbber hoses with the carburettor intakes. 3 Replace both spark plugs, after checking to ensure they are gapped correctly and not fouled. 008 inch, Combat engine). 3 If the clearance is not correct, slacken the locknut on the end of the rocker arm and turn the square end of the adjuster until the correct setting is achieved.

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