Sanglas 350 (1945-47)

The Sanglas 350 was a motorcycle created between 1945-47 that had a single cylinder, four-stroke, overhead valve engine with a capacity of 347.75 cc. It was air-cooled and had a pressure oil circulation lubrication system. The maximum power output was 10.7 kW or 14.4 hp at 4800 rpm. The clutch was multi-disc and placed in an oil bath, and the transmission had four speeds. The final drive was a chain, and the frame was made of steel that was both double-cradled and tubular. The front suspension had a telescopic tube and spring, while the rear suspension was rigid and had a spring-loaded saddle. Front and rear brakes were both drum types, and the front and rear tires had the same size at 3.50-19. The information available about the motorcycle came from three sources, including the 360 Car Museum, Wikipedia, and Super Hunky.

Technical specifications:

Make Model: Sanglas 350

Year: 1945 – 47

Engine: Single cylinder, 4-stroke, OHV
Capacity: 347.75 cc / 21.22 cu in
Bore x Stroke: 69 x 93 mm
Cooling System: Air cooled
Lubrication System: Pressure oil circulation
Starting: Kick
Max Power: 10.7 kW / 14.4 hp @ 4800 rpm
Clutch: Multi-disc in oil bath
Transmission: 4-Speed
Final Drive: Chain
Frame: Tubular steel, double cradle
Front Suspension: Telescopic tube and spring
Rear Suspension: Rigid, spring loaded saddle
Front Brakes: Drum
Rear Brakes: Drum

Front Tyre: 3.50 – 19
Rear Tyre: 3.50 – 19
Sources: 360 Car Museum / Wikipedia / Super Hunky

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