2024 NortonV4CR 588 Guide

2024 NortonV4CR 588
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2024 NortonV4CR 588: ISLE OF MAN TT LEGEND.

Introducing the 2024 NortonV4CR 588…

Boasting a 588cc liquid-cooled twin-rotor Wankel engine, the Norton F1 was the road-legal version of the dominating 588cc rotary powered racing motorcycles. Taking countless wins across British road racing, the RC588, RCW588 and NRS588 were victorious across both British Superbikes and the Isle of Man TT in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

The V4CR ‘588’ also shares the same racing livery, adding gold anodised OZ Racing wheels along with the commemorative 125-year anniversary crest on the top of the seat unit.

 

 

 

2024 NortonV4CR 588 Guide Totalmotorcycle.com Key Features

POWER 185BHP
TORQUE 125NM
ENGINE 1200 CC

 

 

 

 

2024 NortonV4CR 588 Guide Totalmotorcycle.com Features and Benefits

ENGINEERING: PURE & UNMATCHED
Each component has been elegantly crafted to offer more than just functionality. There’s an attention to detail that takes riders further, adrenaline-fueled at every horizon.

ENGINEERING ELEGANCE
Carbon fibre fuel tank, designed to keep the bike compact.

TESTED AGAINST THE BEST
Chassis designed and developed in-house, then tested at the world’s most rigorous race track: the Isle of Man TT.

NORTON’S OWN 1200CC V4
1200cc V4, 72-degree, liquid cooled engine – engineered by Norton to produce 185bhp

 

 

 

 

2024 NortonV4CR 588 Guide – Totalmotorcycle.com Specifications/Technical Details
US MSRP Price: $ See Dealer USD
Canada MSRP Price: $ See Dealer CDN
Europe/UK MSRP Price: £49,999 GBP (On The Road inc 20% Vat)

ENGINE TYPE
Norton 72-degree liquid-cooled 1200cc V4. Chain-driven cams with idler gear for reduced engine height. Titanium inlet valves. Slipper clutch

BORE & STROKE
82mm x 56.8mm

COMPRESSION RATIO
13.6:1

FUEL INJECTION
Electronic fuel-injection system. 8-fuel injectors. Full drive-by-wire system independent on front and rear banks of cylinders for ultimate control and feel

POWER
185bhp* @ 12,000rpm

TORQUE
125Nm @ 9,000rpm

BODYWORK
Full carbon-fibre

FUEL TANK
Under-seat carbon-fibre 15-litre fuel tank, with Kevlar reinforcement

FOOTRESTS
Billet footrests and pedals

CHASSIS TYPE
Aluminium tubular chassis. Aerospace 5-axis CNC machined outriggers and headstock. Frame is hand Tig welded at Norton HQ and hand polished to a mirror finish.

ADJUSTABLE GEOMETRY
Adjustable rake angle, steering offset and swingarm pivot.

SWINGARM
Braced and underslung single-sided billet swingarm with rising rate linkage geometry developed from the TT race bikes.

WHEELBASE
1435mm

KERB WEIGHT
204kg

HEADSTOCK ANGLE
23.5 degrees

YOKES
Billet top and bottom

WHEELS
Carbon Model: Carbon Fibre BSTs. Manx Model: Oz racing Forged Aluminium

STEERING DAMPER
Öhlins damper

NOTE
Chassis design was developed at the world’s most rigorous racetrack – the Isle of Man TT.

FRONT BRAKES
2 x 330mm floating discs. Radially mounted Brembo monobloc calipers. Brembo discs, and Brembo master cylinder

REAR BRAKES
Brembo 245mm rear disc. Brembo caliper and master-cylinder

FRONT SUSPENSION
43mm Öhlins NIX30 fully adjustable upside-down forks

REAR SUSPENSION
Öhlins TTXGP Norton bespoke fully adjustable rear shock with hydraulic preload adjustment

LIGHTING
LED lighting for low beam, high beam, indicators and tail light

INSTRUMENTS
Full-colour 6-inch display with auto brightness adjustment. Engine Mode adjustment

ENGINE MODES
Wet, Road and Sport

QUICK SHIFT
Full quick shift system and auto blipper

ELECTRONIC AIDS
Linked to rider-mode: Lean-angle sensitive Traction-control using six-axis Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU). Front and rear ABS. Wheelie control.

IGNITION
Keyless ignition system with electronic steering lock (manual fuel filler cap)

 

 

 

 

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