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The Holden motorcycle used water-cooling in 1896.All Scott motorcycles and their derivatives produced between 1908 and 1978 used water-cooled 2-stroke twins
Liquid cooling. The origins of this are lost in the mists of time. Long-gone British manufacturer, Scott, is said to have introduced it in the mid-1920s, but we’ll never know for sure. But even in the beginning, it became obvious to motorcycle designers and engineers that a liquid-cooled engine is more efficient and durable than an air-cooled one. Suzuki’s GT750, introduced in 1971, is said by many to have been the first mass production bike to utilize liquid cooling, and Austrian manufacturer, KTM, is credited with introducing the first liquid-cooled four-stroke off-road bike, in the early 1980s.