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Norton Commando 850 Interstate

Engine and Transmission

The Norton Commando 850 Interstate is a 4 stroke, Classic bike with a Air cooled 828.00 ccm (50,27 cubic inches) Twin, 2 Valve type of engine. This engine then gets the power to the rear wheel with a Chain driven transmission.

This engine has 51.00 HP (37,01 kW)) @ 6250 RPM and a top speed of 191.0 km/h (118,11 mph)

Wheels and Tyres

If you are looking for Norton Commando 850 Interstate Tyres then you will need to look for the correct sizes. On this model the Front Tyre size is 410 - 19 and the Rear Tyre size is so before buying a tyre, double check that it is the correct size.

Braking Information

To stop this bike you will need reliable brakes. The Norton Commando 850 Interstate comes with Single disc brakes on the front and Expanding brake brakes on the rear to ensure you will stop quickly if you need to.

Norton Commando 850 Interstate Technical Information
Type of Bike: Classic Year: 1975 Engine Capacity: 828.00 ccm (50,27 cubic inches) Engine Type: Twin
Engine Power: 51.00 HP (37,01 kW)) @ 6250 RPM Torque: N/A Compression: 8.5:1 Stroke: 4
Starter Type: N/A Top Speed: 191.0 km/h (118,11 mph) Transmission: Chain Gearbox: 4 - speed
Fuel Capacity: 24.00 litres (6,31 gallons) Fuel Control: OHV Valves: 2 Cooling System: Air
Bike Weight: N/A Bike Length: N/A Front Brakes: Single disc Rear Brakes: Expanding brake
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