1971 Norton Commando 750 specifications, pictures, reviews and rating
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|Model:||Norton Commando 750|
|Rating:||65.8 out of 100. Show full rating and compare with other bikes|
|Engine and transmission|
|Displacement:||745.00 ccm (45.46 cubic inches)|
|Engine type:||Twin, four-stroke|
|Power:||60.00 HP (43.8 kW)) @ 6800 RPM|
|Top speed:||170.0 km/h (105.6 mph)|
|Bore x stroke:||73.0 x 89.0 mm (2.9 x 3.5 inches)|
|Valves per cylinder:||2|
|Chassis, suspension, brakes and wheels|
|Front tyre dimensions:||4.10-19|
|Rear tyre dimensions:||4.10-19|
|Front brakes:||Expanding brake|
|Rear brakes:||Expanding brake|
|Physical measures and capacities|
|Weight incl. oil, gas, etc:||195.0 kg (429.9 pounds)|
|Fuel capacity:||13.50 litres (3.57 gallons)|
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