BSA Dandy (1957-62)

Make Model: BSA Dandy


Year: 1957 – 62
Engine: Two stroke, single cylinder
Capacity: 70 cc / 4.27 cub in.
Bore and Stroke: 45 x 44 mm
Compression Ratio: 7.25:1
Cooling System: Air cooled
Exhaust: Single, steel, silencer finished in heat resistant silver-aluminium paint
Starting: Kick start or hand operated
Clutch: Dry plate
Transmission: 2-Speed with pre-selector
Final Drive: Chain
Overall Gear Ratios: 1st 17.3 / 2nd 8.9:1
Frame: Open loop frame constructed from steel pressings, seam welded
Front Suspension: Leading bottom link fork
Front Wheel Travel: 63.5 mm . 2.5 in.
Rear Suspension: Coil springs
Rear Wheel Travel: 63.5 mm / 2.5 in.
Front Wheel: 2.5 x 15 in
Rear Wheel: 2.5 x 15 in
Front Brake: 4 in., drum
Rear Brake: 4 in., drum

Dimensions: Length: 1702 mm / 67 in. Height: 838 mm / 33 in.
Wheelbase: 1143 mm / 45 in.
Ground Clearance: 114 mm / 4.5 in.
Saddle Height: 724 mm / 28.5 in.
Dry Weight: 38.6 kg / 85 lbs
Fuel Capacity: 3.4 L / 0.9 US gal.
Top Speed: 50 km/h / 31 mph (approximate)
Colours: Light green, Honey beige, Dark lavender grey
Source: Iceni cam mag


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