Norton Interpol 2

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Norton Interpol 2
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Manufacturer Norton Motors (1978) Limited
Also called P41
Production 1984–1989
Engine 588 cc air-cooled twin-rotor Wankel engine
Power 85 bhp (63 kW)[citation needed]
Transmission duplex primary chain, 5-ratio gearbox, single-row final drive chain
Wheelbase 1,486 mm (58.5 inches)
Dimensions L 1,805 mm (86 inches)
W 710 mm (28 inches)
Fuel capacity 22.5 litres (5 Imperial gallons)

The Interpol 2 is a Norton motorcycle produced from 1984 to 1989. It has an air-cooled twin rotor 588 cc (35.9 cu in) Wankel engine.

Towards the end of the production run one machine was built for development purposes with a new water-cooled version of Norton's twin-rotor Wankel engine. This machine were designated Interpol 2A. When production of the Interpol 2 ceased it was succeeded by the P52 version of the Norton Commander.

Norton did not sell the Interpol 2 to the general public. Sales were restricted to fleet customers: civilian police forces, military police forces (particularly the RAF Police), and the RAC.

References[edit]

Norton Interpol 2 Police Operators Workshop Manual. Norton Motors (1978) Ltd. 1984. 

Perkins, Kris (1991). Norton Rotaries. The Crowood Press. ISBN 18261260628 Check |isbn= value (help). 

Magrath, Derek (1991). Norton the Complete Story. Osprey Publishing. ISBN 18555321815 Check |isbn= value (help).