Swissauto

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Swissauto is an engine company from Burgdorf, Switzerland, best known for the V4 engine used in the, ELF, MuZ and Pulse 500cc Grand Prix motorcycles and World Championship Sidecars.[1] It also has developed one of the most efficient (35%) ICE range extender engines for plug in hybrid electric vehicles.

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Swissauto V4 Specifications
Engine Type: 2 stroke water cooled V4
Displacement: 499.cc
Max Power: 210 BHP @ 12500 rpm
Carburation Type: 4 Mikuni carbs
Ignition: CDI digital
Clutch: Dry multiple discs
Transmission: 6 speed cassette type
Final Drive: Chain

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