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The successor the [[BSA B32]] and the final engine size for the [[BSA]] '''Gold Star'''.
 
The successor the [[BSA B32]] and the final engine size for the [[BSA]] '''Gold Star'''.
  
The [[BSA B32]] 350 is joined by a 499cc B34 version, which uses a different design of [[main bearing]] and a revised crankshaft, but which mirrored the 350's overall ethos.  
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The [[BSA B32]] 350 is joined by a 499cc B34 version, which uses a different design of main bearing and a revised crankshaft, but which mirrored the 350's overall ethos.  
 
==Alloy Clipper==
 
==Alloy Clipper==
 
[[Image:1954 BSA B34 Alloy Clipper.jpg|left|thumb|1954 BSA B34 Alloy Clipper]]
 
[[Image:1954 BSA B34 Alloy Clipper.jpg|left|thumb|1954 BSA B34 Alloy Clipper]]

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