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Charts Like This?

Overhead valve engines
[table=”head”] Model|HP|Introduction Date|Withdrawn Date|Comments
VA|2|1929|1935|Overhead valve air cooled (1st Lauson “small engine” built)
VR|2|1929|1935|VA but Water cooled with radiator
VW|2|1929|1935|VA but water cooled with water tank, sold under “Alpha DeLaval” lable
UA|3|1933|1945|Overhead valve, upgraded model of VA
UR|3|1933|1935|Overhead valve, upgraded model of VR
UW|3|1933|1940|Overhead valve, upgraded model of VW
UAS|4¼|1933|1940|Overhead valve, replaced VA and UA
UWR|4|1933|1940|Minor version change from UW ?
ZW|5½|1935|1937|Like UW but larger ?

1st generation design engines, all L-Head design
[table=”head”] Model|HP|Introduction Date|Withdrawn Date|Comments
RA|½|1930|1933|Air cooled
RAB|½|1930|1933|Same as RA but battery ignition
RAU|¾|1930|1933|Larger version of RA suction carb. standard, optional float carb.
RAY|1|1930|1941|Larger version of RAU float carb. standard
LA|1½|1930|1935|Larger version of RAY
LWR|1½|1933|1945|Based on LA but water cooled with radiator
LW|1½|1933|1935|Marine version of LWR, water cooled
LB|2|1935|1945|Replaced LA, air cooled
LBM|2|1940|1945|Marine version of LB, no governor, air cooled
LF|2¼|1935|?|Replaced LW, marine engine water cooled
LFR|2¼|1935|1945|LF with radiator

2nd generation design engines, all L-Head design
[table=”head”] Model|HP|Introduction Date|Withdrawn Date|Comments
RLA|¾|1935|1945|Air cooled, built for military ?
RLB|¾|1935|1937|Like RLA, built for washing machine use
RLC|¾|1937|1951|Civilian version of RLA ?, float or suction carb.
RLE|¾|1937|?|Looks like RLA ?
RLM|¾|1940|1945|Marine version of RLC, no governor, air cooled
RSC|1½|1937|1951|Larger version of RLC, suction or float carb., air cooled
RSM|1½|1940|1951|Marine version of RSC no governor, air cooled
RC|1½|1940|1951|Water cooled version of RSC
RCM|1½|1940|1945|Marine version of RC, no governor
TLC|2¼|1937|1951|Larger version of RSC, air cooled
TLM|2¼|1940|1945|Marine version of TLC, air cooled
H-2|4¼|1945|1957|Oil test engine
PAC|4 ¼|1946|1951|Larger version of TLC, air cooled
PPM|5½|1948|1951|Marine inboard water cooled
LMC|¾|1948|1951|Replaces RLC ?, air cooled
LMH|1|1951|1958|Upgrades LMC
LMV|1|1951|1958|Vertical shaft version of LMH
RSH|2|1951|1960+|Upgrade to RSC
RSV|2|1951|1958|Vertical shaft version of RSH
V|2|1956|1958|Vertical shaft RSH, flush mount
R|2|1956|1958|Vertical shaft RSH with addtl. horizontal PTO
55S|1½|1951|1958|Economy version of RSH ?, suction carburetor
55A|2|1951|1958|Economy version of RSH ?, float carburetor
55AB|2|1951|1958|Economy version of RSH ?, float carburetor
TLH|3|1951|1960+|Upgrade to TLC
TLV|3|1956|1958|Vertical shaft version of TLH
PAH|5½|1951|1958|Upgrade to PAC
PAX|5½|1956|1958|Like PAH, external magneto
(P25 – P44)|6¼|1956|1960+|Upgrade to PAX

3rd generation design engines, all L-Head design
[table=”head”] Model|HP|Introduction Date|Withdrawn Date|Comments
SLV|2|1954|1958|Alloy block vertical shaft
VA|2½|1956|1958|SLV with larger bore

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