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  • Engine Identification

    Hi
    Looking some help. Have come across this complete crankcase, crank, piston, barrel and head. Was told it was a Greeves but not sure.
    Can anyone help identify it.

    thanks
    Trevor
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  • #2
    Definitely not Greeves. Looks like the later (closer pitched fins) Villiers Starmaker engine
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    • #3
      It is a ajs stormer.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Martin Howard View Post
        It is a ajs stormer.
        No its not a Stormer engine,although that was based on the Starmaker engine the slots in fins on barrel are different, see pic. The one in question is an original Villiers.
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