I've never seen a NO-RO.
When I look at this motor the first thought that comes to my mind is that it is unusable since the mixing valve (carb) is on the back of the motor.
That makes it impossible to fiddle with while using the motor!
I just can't believe this motor ever saw production.
We recently found some documentation (bottom of page) that shows that No-Ro was a company that did not appear to have been a manufacturer. They have no machinery declared as part of their company assets, just stock....and who knows what that was.
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