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1915 Emblem Twin

1915 Emblem Twin Pictures

Partially enclosed at the rear of the fuel tank is a hand pump used to feed additional oil to the engine.
Partially enclosed at the rear of the fuel tank is a hand pump used to feed additional oil to the engine.

The engine of the 1915 Emblem Twin motorcycle was relatively large, but was of conventional intake-over-exhaust design, and its exhaust valve springs and pushrods flanked the exhaust pipes.

The seat was cushioned with two large leaf springs and a sprung seatpost.
The seat was cushioned with two large leaf springs and a sprung seatpost.
At 76.6 cubic inches, Emblem's V-twin was larger than most others of the time.
At 76.6 cubic inches, Emblem's V-twin was larger than most others of the time.
The overhead intake valves were actuated through exposed pushrods and rocker arms.
The overhead intake valves were actuated through exposed pushrods and rocker arms.

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