The AJS Supercharged Vfour (1939) is a unique, two-stroke engined 2.3 litre motorbike that was produced by the Associated Motor Cycles group. The motorcycle was designed to be an impressive and powerful sports bike that was capable of achieving impressive levels of speed. It featured a series of advanced features for its time, including four valves per cylinder, overhead valves, a pre-selector gearbox, and a supercharger which allowed it to produce 45 bhp of power at 4,500 rpm. The V4 engine was reliable while the light frame made it an agile and manageable machine. The motorcycle came standard with a dual exhaust system and a bevel gear-driven final drive chain, which ensured a smooth ride. It also had a four-speed gearbox and an intricate foot-operated gear shifter for improved rider control. The AJS Supercharged Vfour (1939) was finished off with a bold red-lacquered fuel tank and a chrome-plated headlight. This classic two-stroke motorbike was an instant classic that achieved instant recognition for its exceptional performance capabilities, making it a desirable machine even today.
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