NSU 750 – year 1927
Manufacturer: NSU United Vehicle Works AG, Neckersulm, Germany
NSU - one of the oldest motorcycle factories in Germany is famous for the reliability and durability of its products. It produced very economical motorcycles of almost all capacity classes. The most famous models of the interwar period were two-cylinder vehicles with V-engines and displacement 496 cm3, 596 cm3, 746 cm3 i 996 cm3.
NSU 750 with 1927 He had a longitudinally located V-twin engine with displacement 746 cm3, reaching power 10,3 kW (14 KM). Because the cylinders were cooled unevenly, spark plugs with different heat values were used. The exhaust lines from both cylinders joined into a common manifold. A Pallas carburetor with a central float chamber was placed between the cylinders. The spark plug was from the Bosch company. Three-speed gearbox (with manual control) she created, along with the engine, the lower element of the tubular frame open at the bottom. Rear wheel, chain-driven was initially sprung by a coil spring. The later design did not include the rear wheel suspension, because it caused the vehicle's stability to deteriorate. The front suspension with a trapezoidal fork was sprung with two coil springs, centrally located. The motorcycle had two mechanical brakes, only acting on the rear wheel. The wide steering wheel greatly assisted the driver in driving this heavy one, 155-kilogram vehicle.
The motorcycle had wide footrests, comfortable saddle and tubular carrier with side tool boxes, located above the rear wheel. The maximum speed of this vehicle was 80 km/h. The manufacturer stated, that the average fuel consumption is 4,5 liter of 100 kilometers.