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jimmysixgunsThu Aug-07-08 04:35 PM
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"Left hand Right hand"


  

          

I have never had a British bike. But I have always wanted a Norton. Are the controls, ie;brake and clutch, in the same position as American bikes?

  

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dynodaveSun Aug-10-08 02:28 PM
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#1. "RE: Left hand Right hand"
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throttle, clutch and front brake are the same as all modern bikes.
foot shift is like american early sportsters...on the right brake on left. electral switch positions vary by year.
pre 75 nortons ....shift and brake are opposite 1975 US standardization of shift on left.

  

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