Copy of original 55 plus year old poster restored by professional blibliographer. One of a series of 3. This is a copy available in several different sizes. Postage cost on application but they will rolled into a strengthened Autralia Post tube. I will combine to reduce postage cost where possible.
Payment options include Money Order (Australia only) or Paypal. A3 – $AUD25, A2 – $AUD75, A1 – $AUD100
Comprehensive new workshop manual for all long stroke ohc Norton engines from 1930 to 1958. Over 18,000 words and dozens of diagrams. This book is written for anybody who owns and wants to rebuild and tune a single or twin overhead camshaft long stroke Manx or International engine. Much of the information in this book can also be applied to short stroke engines up to 1959 such as the section on building and timing the double knocker cambox. This is the manual that Norton never wrote. Norton’s own Instruction Manual tells you how to pull an engine apart but, unless you happen to have an engine untouched by anyone since it left the Norton works, the chances of it being built from components matched at the factory with correct shimming and backlash throughout is not high. Norton engines are complicated and time consuming to set up correctly. Most engines these days are built from what we can find. This manual is written in simple language for people like me who not had the benefit of engine components matched at the Norton works and have had to build engines from parts collected from a variety of different places. Easy step by step instructions with many tuning notes by Norton legends such as Lacey, Craig, Lancefield and 3rd edition.
This is the 4th edition of only book or workshop manual ever written about the Excelsior Manxman. At 25,000 words, the 4th edition is 7,000 words longer than the 2nd edition. Many new diagrams, period advertisements and historic photos. Includes a brief history of the marque (Excelsior was Great Britain’s first dedicated motorcycle manufacturer), an in-depth history of the Manxman, focuses on the people who created it, the many changes to the engine and frame and why these occurred, racing successes and why it was not produced again after the war.
Included is a comprehensive engine analysis and workshop manual with notes on the changes in specification that render the very thin original instruction manual obsolete for 1937 on bikes. Of all Great Britain’s ohc racing singles, the depth of thought and uncompromising focus on quality elevates the Excelsior Manxman above its competitors. The book also contains data and factory photos of each model, many factory diagrams and reproduced tuning data from race shop supremo Alan Bruce. Also included are extracts from Tyrell Smith’s race shop engine notebook.
This book is written for anybody who owns and wants to tune or rebuild an Excelsior Manxman engine. Easy step by step instructions. An absolute necessity for every Excelsior Manxman owner. This is the book that Excelsior should have written.
Includes G45 and G50
Professionally digitised A5 copy of Jack Emmottâ€™s well-known tuning manual. 42 pages including several illustrations. Dismantling and reassembly process clearly headed. When this book was first published in 1962, the AJS race shop at Plumstead was still operating. Information such as this has been updated where applicable. Book dimensions are 146mm wide x 206mm high.
Soft Cover. $AUD35
Features OHC Silver Cloud and all JAP engined machines
Spare Parts and Instruction booklet for all OK Supreme models from 1935 to 1939 including ohv JAP and OK Supreme’s own bevel-drive ohc Silver Cloud 250 and 350 models. The book provides a comprehensive although unillustrated parts list for JAP-engined machines as well as a brief overview of the ohc engine. Professionally re-engineered by graphic designer from original OK Supreme publication. Includes cross-section illustration of ohc engine. 52 pages total.
Soft Cover A5. $AUD25
Notes on tuning 1930 parallel pushrod 250, 350 and 500 Blackburne racing engines. Re engineered by professional graphic designer from original booklet. OEC factory notes added. The superbly engineered parallel pushrod Blackburne racing engine was the preferred power unit for many of Eric Fernihoughs Brooklands racing exploits. It was also used by OEC in their 1933 to 1935 Lightweight TT machines. Cotton was anothert manufacturer to use Blackburne racing engines. These engines are very rare and information even scarcer. Looks identical to the original.
Finished size A5. $AUD25
Professionally digitised A5 copy of original circa 1930 Webb fork and brake illustrated parts and instruction book. Features 3 types of Webb fork; Dual purpose (strutted), De Luxe and Popular (purchase the book and you’ll find ouit the difference and purpose). Clear instructions on how to prperlyset up Webb forks. 2nd half of book concentrates on Webb brakes, illustrated with comprehensive specs and which brake should go on what bike. 24 pages in all. Book dimensions are 146mm wide x 206mm high.
Includes A3 poster
Soft Cover. $AUD30