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My Norman T600 MK1

Post by Statman on Mon Jan 25 2010, 20:43

Hi guys!

After some thinking and that i decided to get the Norman T600 managed to swop it for my Lister D.......Yes i know its had the ML mag but im not too bothered!

Anyway here are some pictures







Hope you like my new purchase

Adam

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Re: My Norman T600 MK1

Post by Hope and Crank on Mon Jan 25 2010, 21:10

How did I know you wouldn't be able to resist!!! lol!

Good job Adam afro

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Re: My Norman T600 MK1

Post by Statman on Mon Jan 25 2010, 21:15

Lol you know me too well hehe!!

Yeh its somthing different and it seems in good condition too!

Got to tweak it up a bit now

Adam

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Re: My Norman T600 MK1

Post by Guest on Mon Jan 25 2010, 21:55

Good choice mate Very Happy

looks good to me, the canister exhausts are orginal which is nice and got all its cowling Very Happy

Im quite jealous would love a set of normans lol!

Very nice have fun with it.

*Edit* just one thing did they make mk1's and 2's like the T300 range, i only thought they made one version of the T600?

Cheers, Steve

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Well ive never seen one of those before

Post by RAB on Tue Jan 26 2010, 05:18

was it run like then, do you no much history on them, eg what was main use, how many made dates etc etc, im interested Very Happy

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Re: My Norman T600 MK1

Post by Guest on Tue Jan 26 2010, 07:38

lovely engine Adam, i wish you hadnt got rid of the ML mag'd D for it, but its your choice bro Very Happy

Ryan i dont know a great deal about the T600 engines, though they are much less common on the rally field than the little brother (the one i like) which is the T300.

A Chap in the SEM recently acquired all of the spares and books for the Norman Engine company, that is, everything thats left of them. i'll dig it out when the oppourtunity arises.

if anyone does come across a T300 for sale, could they let me know? its a long running ambition.


running wise- from what i've seen they are quite smooth running and not overly loud, quite pleseant infact!

well done adam

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Re: My Norman T600 MK1

Post by Foden on Tue Jan 26 2010, 17:34

Yes, I have always liked the Norman's both the singles and the twins. For the life of me I can't understand why they are banned from certain rallies as they are well made and look great, though a few of the twins that I have seen have been very noisy as they have been on open exhaust's.

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looking more at the pictures

Post by RAB on Tue Jan 26 2010, 18:09

it looks alot like that enfield horz 2 stroke i had Very Happy

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