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Pilot, of Farm Street, Birmingham.
1884 Production of bicycles began; the firm offered frames, forks and many other components to the trade
The company then dealt mainly in components.
1911 JAP V-twins of 6hp or 8hp were used.
1912 Just the 8hp JAP was used, then in came Precision singles of 3.5hp and 4.25hp.
1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices of cars see the 1917 Red Book
1913 The JAP single was back again.
1914 Only Precision engines were used, and the four-strokes were joined by a model fitted with a 318cc two-stroke.
1915 The range was reduced to models fitted with Precision singles of 199cc and 597cc, plus a 499cc V-twin, all with sv, and the two-stroke. No further production of motorcycles