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Motosacoche Motorcycles

MAG Motorcycle Engines by Motosacoche

Motosacoche had factories in Switzerland, France and Italy, and supplied MAG engines to many other manufacturers including:


MAG Engine Models:

  • 1C 9 496cc 82x94mm IOE
  • 1C 9H 500cc
  • 1C 9KL 500cc
  • 1C 9L 500cc
  • 1C 9M 500cc Jubilee
  • 1C 9K 500cc 82x94 1928-1939[5]
  • 1C 10 250cc
  • 1C 12 350cc
  • 1C 14 350cc
  • 1C 10C 250cc
  • 1C 10CN 250cc 64x77mm 1919-1939[5]
  • 1C 10G 250cc
  • 1C 10H8 250cc
  • 1C 12A 64x92mm 296cc
  • 1C 12 64x92mm 296cc[5]
  • 1C 14C 350cc
  • 1C 14G 350cc
  • 1C 14H 350cc
  • 1C 14H3 350cc
  • 1C 14H9 350cc[1]
  • 1C 14K 350cc
  • 1C 14T 350cc
  • 1C 14 K 350cc 72x85 1919-1939[5]
  • 2C 1 SV
  • 2C 2 SV
  • 2C 3 344cc 54x75mm SV V-twin
  • 2C 6 344cc 54x75mm SV V-twin
  • 2C 7 495cc 64x77mm SV
  • 2C 8 741cc 72x91mm IOE 1912-1915
  • 2C 9 960cc 82x91mm IOE
  • 2C 9A 1000cc 82x94 1919-1928[5]
  • 2C 9BS 960cc
  • 2C 9C 1000cc 82x94[5]
  • 2C 10 495cc 64x77mm IOE
  • 2C 10B 500cc
  • 2C 10C 500cc 64x77 1913-1928[5]
  • 2C 10D 500cc
  • 2C 11 1100cc 82x103.5 1920-1928[5]
  • 2C 13 1100cc Ventilated 1920-1928[5]
  • 2C 12 592cc 64x92mm IOE
  • 2C 12C 600cc 64x92 1922~1928 Hv[5]
  • 2C 14 741cc 72x91mm IOE
  • 2C 14C 750cc 72x91 1913-1939[5]
  • 2C 14C5 750cc
  • 2C 20 1100cc Liquid 1920-1928[5]
  • 2CR 600cc 64x92 1922-1928 Lyon[5]
  • 85L 850cc

Dresch Engines built under MAG licence

  • 250cc MS 604 64x77mm
  • 350cc MS 30 72x85mm

Notes
1. 1C14 H9 fitted to Motosacoche Type 310 1928
2. Yesterdays list a 1912 Gladiator with a 2CVII engine of 495cc.
3. Discussion of MAG engine# prefixes inc 2CXIV, 2C8 etc: https://www.flickr.com/photos/flattank_motorcycles/11917729215/
4. MAG engine# prefixes: http://www.albisteam.ch/motosacochehistory.html
5. MAG numbers for New Map [NM]: http://motos.anciennes.free.fr/newmap/newmap-meca.html

Sources: JLB Creations, Wikipedea, Henshaw, Cycle Memory



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