AJS Motorcycles: instruction books, service manuals PDF

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AJS 16/16S/18/31/31CSR Instructions Book 1963.pdf

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AJS 16/18/20/31 Instructions Book 1962.pdf

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AJS 16MS/16MC/16MCS/18S/18SC/20/30 Service manual 1956.pdf

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AJS 16MS/18S Service manual 1956.pdf

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AJS 16MS/18S/20 Service manual 1954.pdf

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Ajs 1939 AJS Instruction Manual.pdf

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AJS guides.rar

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AJS Model 8/14 Instruction Book.pdf

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AJS Motorcycles DN-3000 Manual OBD Diagnostic.pdf

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AJS motorcycles with engines 250, 350, 500 & 600 сс - Service and overhaul manual 1957-1966.pdf

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AJS motorcycles with engines 350 & 500 сс Maintenance manual and instruction book 1953.pdf

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AJS motorcycles with engines 350 & 500 сс Maintenance manual and instruction book 1954.pdf

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AJS Stormer Y series Riders manual 1970 (Y4 Y40 Y5 Y50).pdf

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In 1945, based on the Matchless G3 / L military motorcycle from the Second World War, the AJS Model 16M motorcycle with an engine of 350 cm3 was created. A well-proven wartime 350-cc engine remained in production until the 60s. The simple and practical Model 16 motorcycle required a minimum of maintenance and was very economical.

 

 

In 1953, the Model 16M was upgraded with a two-seat saddle. In 1956, the Burman box was replaced with a new four-speed box from AMC.

 

In 1957, further improvements included replacing the old crankshaft and installing the new Lucas alternator. Initially, the Model 16 motorcycle had a stiffer rear suspension. After installing a hydraulic shock absorber in 1949, an “S” index was added in the name - Model 16MS. In 1963, the engine was redesigned and a Norton oil pump was installed. The motorcycle was named AJS Model 16C. In the end, for the American market came up with a new name Scepter Sports. We removed new badges, replaced the cast-iron flywheel with a steel one, slightly increased the compression ratio to 9: 1.

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