Perhaps the most popular sports model on the road, Nortons bid fair to retain their popularity. The greatest interest will be aroused in the overhead camshaft engine, which will probably be the most coveted machine in 1928. This model known as C.S.1. represents an embodiment of racing practice in road use.
New cradle frames with torque rods are fitted to the T.T. models - both push rod and camshaft - and should prove as stable in private hands as they have in racing, at the terrific speeds of which these engines are capable. 95-100 m.p.h. is mentioned in connection with the latter. Motor Sport Magazine
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