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.