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Laura Motorcycle Engines


Also referred to as Anker-Laura, these engines were manufactured by B.V. Eygelshoven in Limburg and were fitted to Batavus, Cazenave, Tomos, Solex and others. Models: M48, M54, M56.

Laura M48: 40mm bore x 38mm stroke, 47.78cc, 3 ports, reed valve, S22 carburettor.

The factory was sold to Daelim in South Korea, probably in the early 1970s. Daelim built mainly M56 engines before creating their own designs.

Source: myronsmopeds.com

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