1911 3 ½ HP Precision SV Touring Model


Appearance As Picture.

The main change for 1911 was the adoption of the latest drop frame where the rear of the tank is cut away to give a significantly lower saddle position.



Engine - 3 ½ h.p. Precision SV, 86 mm. bore and 88 mm. stroke.

Carburetter - Brown and Barlow.

Ignition - Simms high-tension magneto, carried on a special base plate above the silencer.

Transmission - Single speed or Lloyd Auto-Varia pulley, ⅞in. belt.

Frame - Druid spring forks.

Brakes - Hand operated front rim brake, in conjunction with a magneto cut-out, which comes into operation before the brake is appiled.

Tyres - 2 ¼in. Hutchinson.

Standard Fittings - Large aluminium mud-shield , fitted to front down tube, neat mudguard over pedalling chain, long footrests and a large silencer with cut-out.

Finished In - All-black finish.





Additional Information - (Available to members in downloads section)

  • The Motor Cycle, 21st July 1910 - The Precision Power Unit Article.
  • The Motor Cycle, 24th Nov 1910 - The Olympia Show Report Article.
  • The Motor Cycle, 17th Nov. 1910 - Forecast and Guide to Olympia Article.
  • Advertisements and images as published in 1911.


  • The Motor Cycle.