1928 Stutz Series BB
In 1928 Stutz offered increased performance and safety compared to the competition. This BB Speedster has innovative features such as shatter-proof glass and hydraulic brakes reaching all four wheels.
In 1927 two experimental Black Hawk Speedsters raced at Indianapolis and many stock car races. 1928 proved the most successful year for Stutz taking a second place at Le Mans with a Black Hawk Speedster.
|submitted by||Richard Owen|
|fuel feed||Single Zenith Carburettor|
|displacement||5277 cc / 322.0 in³|
|power||85.8 kw / 115.1 bhp|
|specific output||21.81 bhp per litre|
|front brakes||Hydrualic Drums|
|f brake size||mm / in|
|rear brakes||Hydrualic Drums|
|r brake size||mm / in|