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Starmaker lore

In the article on the Greeves Starmaker your photo of the Starmaker exhaust implies that Greeves came up with the exhaust, which is not so. That’s the standard Starmaker exhaust supplied by Villiers. If my memory serves me right it was one of the first exhausts designed by a computer. In fact, Villiers would not supply a Starmaker engine without an exhaust. Nor would they supply a ‘part’ engine to any of the manufacturers, that’s why Greeves, DOT and others had to take the barrels off and put their own barrels on. Eventually Villiers

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