2014 Norton Motorcycles 961 SF Dual

Rare to find Norton 961 SF Dual

When the classic Commando went out of production in 1975, a battle over the rights to the name ensued. Ultimately UK business man Stuart Garner, who already owned Norton Racing Ltd acquired the rights to the Norton Commando brand. His new company, Norton Motorcycles Ltd, he commissioned Simon Skinner to design the new bike, and built a state-of-the-art factory in Donington Park, Leicestershire, England to produce them. It took until 2010 for the first production bikes to hit the market, at an initial rate of around 5 to 10 bikes per week. These, the first Norton Commandos in 30 years were available in three models: The 961 Sport, 961 Cafe Racer, and the 200-unit limited edition 961 SE.

Engine type
Bore & Stroke
Valve gear
Compression ratio
Bottom end
Lubrication system
Fuel system
Ignition system
Emissions gear
Horsepower output
Torque output
Starting system
Primary drive
Final drive
Frame type
Seat height
Fuel capacity
Oil capacity
Dry weight
Curb weight
Steering head angle
Suspension, front
Suspension, rear
Brakes, front
Brakes, rear
Tire, front
Tire, rear
Color options
Air-cooled, 4-stroke twin
961cc / 58.64 ci
88mm X 79mm / 3.50" X 3.10"
OHV, pushrod-actuated, 2 valves/cylinder
3 main bearing crank w/1 balancer shaft
Dry sump
Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI)
Electronic, crank-fired
3-way catalytic converter
80 hp @ 7700 rpm
80 lb/ft @ 6000 rpm
Electric starter
Multi-plate, wet; hydraulically-actuated
5-speed constant mesh, left-foot shift
525 O-ring Chain
Steel tube, full-perimeter w/oil-in-frame
1420mm / 55.9"
813mm / 32.0"
17.0L / 4.49 US gal
3.30L / 3.5 US quarts
188.0 kg / 414.5 lbs
203.0 kg / 447.5 lbs
24.5 degrees
99.0mm / 3.9"
Ohlins USD, telescopic forks w/115mm travel
Swing arm w/2 Ohlins shocks, 110mm travel
2-320mm Brembo disks w/4-piston calipers
1-220mm Brembo disk w/2-piston caliper
Black/Gold; Red/Gold; Silver