1924 - 1926
Siat (Societa Italiana di Applicazioni Tecniche) is a historical mark of auxiliary engines located in Senigallia that produced an Italian branded 75 cc engine clip-on motor. It had everything packaged as a single unit with transmission, tank, pipes and chains. The auxiliary engine set weighed 7 kg and had a displacement of 75 cc, with a two-stroke cycle. It was the smallest auxiliary motor market in Italy in 1926.
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