In a two-stroke engine
, the charge is partially compressed in a crank base, so it is not possible to have the oil in the crank base.
As first designed, it had an 841cc, 38bhp two-stroke engine
. By 1965, this was increased to 40bhp.
The blast damaged a white 25-foot fiberglass rescue speed boat of the Army, partially damaged a two-stroke engine
gasoline and slightly damaged a white 25-footer rescue aluminum boat with marking 'Coast Guard AB 186' near the Masbate Coast Guard office.
The two-stroke engine
's simplicity of design and ability to produce unrivaled raw power on a variety of scales makes it an engineering feat to be explored, scrutinized, and admired.
It is to be equipped with a new 64.8cc liquid-cooled, two-stroke engine
that features a case reed-valve intake and a mechanical Yamaha Power Valve System.
It was inexpensive and powered by a 360cc, 16PS two cylinder, two-stroke engine
with advanced features for the time like independent coil spring suspension and rack and pinion steering.
It was launched in 1957, and even by the standards of the day, its two-stroke engine
was considered outdated and inefficient.
The first WArtsilA X62 two-stroke engine
has successfully passed its design validation and type approval tests and has performed exceptionally well during the necessary sea trials.
According to the data of alkylate petrol's manufacturers, the combustion of alkylate petrol is more effective than, for example, the combustion of the blend of regular petrol and two-stroke engine
He said the two-stroke engine
consumes no more lube per pound of fuel burned than a standard four-stroke.
A two-stroke engine
is a kind of an internal combustion engine which performs two cycles in one shaft revolution (Fig.
Promote public awareness/training in schools and different community organizations." It said two-stroke engine
on rickshaws and motor cycles are major polluters of air on the five corridors.