Veteran / Vintage, 1914 to early 1920’s, Royal Enfield Model TS 225cc 2-stroke motorcycle cylinder barrel.
I have had this early motorcycle part for quite a while. I didn’t know which motorcycle it was for until someone helped me out. So, thanks to them, I can now advertise it correctly and it can find a new home where it will be put to good use.
This Model TS 2-stroke Royal Enfield engine cylinder barrel is the earlier version, with the inlet and outlets on the same side of the barrel. I am told that this design was altered in the early 1920’s. I have seen Royal Enfields with his style of barrel up until 1922. They may suit later machines, but there is evidence that this style of engine barrel ran from inception in 1914 up until 1922.
It’s as you see in the images. The spark plug thread looks fine. It comes with the header pipe as you see it, complete with flange nut. The carb spigot mount looks fine and, as yo can see, it has a few chipped fins. However, the fins overall are pretty decent.
My vernier reads 63.7 for the bore and the distance between the mount studs is 2-1/2″ (centres). The barrel will need a hone as it has been stored for a while.
International shipping available. Please ask.
Combined shipping available.
Viewing: Please come and check it over before you buy. It is at PE28, near St Ives in Cambridgeshire.
Shipping: I usually ship to most destinations. If you don’t see a price, please ask. Thanks. International shipping available.
Collection: If you don’t want it shipped, I have plenty of space. If you can’t collect for a while, it’s not a problem. However, I will need to be paid very soon after the sale. Thanks.
Payment: Good old fashioned money on collection is preferred. I can accept payment through PayPal or by bank transfer as well.
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