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William G Henderson was killed while riding one of the new Aces, in 1922, when the Ace Motorcycle Company was about to launch the new Sporting Solo model.

Because of his death, the company's assets were sold in 1925 and finally, the entire projects were taken, in 1929, by the Indian Motorcycle Company which modified and updated the Four model until 1941.

HENDERSON Henderson ACE FOUR 1925 - 1941 11 Photos
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HENDERSON Henderson ACE FOUR 1925 - 1941

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engine specs
Type
Inline four cylinder, air cooled
Displacement
1265 cm3
Bore X Stroke
2.75x3.25 in OR 70 mm
Compression Ratio
-
Horsepower
16/0 KW(hp)/RPM
Torque
/ lb-ft/RPM OR 0 Nm/RPM
Fuel System
Carburetor
transmission specs
Gearbox
-
Clutch
-
Primary Drive
-
Final Drive
Chain
chassis specs
Frame
-
Front Suspension
-
Rear Suspension
-
Front Brake
Drum
Rear Brake
Drum
dimension specs
Overall Length
-
Overall Width
-
Seat Height
-
Weelbase
-
Ground Clearance
-
Weight
375 lbs OR 170 kg
Fuel Capacity
3.7 gallons OR 14.0 L
tyres specs
Front
-
Rear
-
power system specs
Power pack
-
Nominal Capacity
-
Maximum Capacity
-
Charger type
-
Charging time (normal)
-
Charging time (quick)
-
Range
-
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