Two and Four Stroke Engines: Fast and Simple Answers

Written by Daniel Levy


A few fast responses and facts about Two and Four Stroke Engines.

Many years ago when I got hooked by motorcycles I started to hear aboutrepparttar two and four stroke engines... It seemed there were (and there still are) strong opinions in pro and con of each ofrepparttar 102789 engine types.

As Internet wasn't available, and as I was worried about other aspects or motorcycle riding in that time, I left that question unanswered for a long time.

If this is your case or if your are interested about these two kind of internal combustion engines, inrepparttar 102790 next few lines I hope to give you a few fast answers and some resources to get more in deep information.

Just keep reading...

Here are some facts about two and four stroke engines:

TWO STROKE ENGINES

Cycle - Two Strokes:

1.- Compression (intake+compression) 2.- Combustion (combustion+exhaust)

Take a look atrepparttar 102791 cycle in: http://science.howstuffworks.com/two-stroke2.htm

Advantages of two stroke engines:

The engine fires - spark plug ignites - once every revolution ofrepparttar 102792 crankshaft. They produce twicerepparttar 102793 power than four stroke engines. They are much simpler than four stroke engines. Fewer parts to worry about.

Disadvantages:

You have to mix two stroke engine oil with gas, and depending on your consumption, this might be expensive. They last less. Lubrication is not as efficient as in a four stroke engine with heavy oil. Do not use gas efficiently. Pollute more.

How To Escape a Speeding Ticket By Getting Away With A Warning

Written by BeatingTheTicket.Com


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If you are uncomfortable stopping in a relatively unpopulated or unlighted area, slow down, turn on your hazard lights and indicate by a hand signal that you are going up ahead. Then pull over as soon as you get to a more populated area. Police officers understand this concern.

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The key is to play it cool and keep it safe. The easier and safer you makerepparttar 102800 process forrepparttar 102801 officer to approach yourepparttar 102802 more likelyrepparttar 102803 officer will let you go just with a warning and not assign you a speeding ticket.

Now what to say torepparttar 102804 police officer?

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The first thingrepparttar 102808 police officer will ask you after stopping your car will probably be whether you know why you have been stopped.

Police officer will want you to admit that you were speeding and that is what most drivers do - they admit that they did actually speed and they receive a speeding ticket for it. A speeding ticket not only costs them $150 but you are also dealing with your insurance premiums.

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