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Husqvarna 170 (1927)

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Make    : Husqvarna

Type      : 170

Year       : 1927

CC         : 546

Cylinder  : 2

Description

Husqvarna ca. 1927 model 170 546 cc side valve V-twin frame 211307 engine 2442

Husqvarna started producing motorcycles as early as 1903. In the beginning FN engines were used, around 1909 this was changed to Moto-R?ve. In the early twenties two models were introduced with their own side valve V-twin engine, of 992 cc and 546 cc capacity, the latter labelled model 180. At the time American V-twins were very popular sellers in Sweden, so it is no coincidence that the general layout of the model 180 bears a certain resemblance to the famous Indian Scout of the period; the carburettor fitted is an American Schebler, quite rarely seen on a European motorcycle. This Model 180 is a quality Swedish product, producing some 14 BHP @4000 RPM.










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