One Of The Early "Works" V-Twins to appear in Speedway.
Lubrication was by a mechanical pump; a gear ratio of 9.1 to 1; and cut-out ignition was supplied and the twin carburettors were installed in a most neat and cunning manner, Price: £85.
The James V.Twin was not the only V.Twin works machine, others included Husqvarna and Indian.
In the 1932 season, Al G Crocker sold an OHV conversion kit for the V-twin scout engine, in accordance with USA rules which matched 30.5 cubic inch (500 cc) OHV engines against 45 cubic inch (750 cc) side valve engines.
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