engines are preferred over four-stroke engines (a cleaner burning engine) for many reasons, but largely because two-stroke engines have the potential to pack about twice the power into the same space.
Along with its new EFI V-twins, which have displacements of 653 or 720 cc and outputs from 20 to 27 hp, the company can cover a broad spectrum of industrial applications with either fuel-injected or carbureted
engines, depending on the application and cost considerations.
These new two-strokes still release more HCs than four-strokes, but like their dirtier carbureted
brothers, they are lighter, faster, and less expensive than four-strokes.
The front brake pads were visible through the slots in the 12-in, wheels, which made it easy to determine when new ones were needed, and the carbureted
pushrod motor--which produced a claimed 88 hp- was bog-simple.
The EDGE Engine allows maximum engine horsepower to be maintained at higher rpm's than conventional carbureted
This marks the first ban on carbureted
two-stroke motors in the US, and it sets a precedent that will have far-reaching implications.
Whatever the time of day or season, the atmosphere's lucency is compromised by leaded, ineptly carbureted
Because fuel injected engines regulate fuel delivery more precisely than do carbureted
engines, the fuel injected models produce lower exhaust emissions.
In 1970, one basic engine-drive train technology (a V8 engine, longitudinally mounted, water cooled, carbureted
, hooked up to a three-speed automatic transmission with rear wheel drive) accounted for close to 80 percent of all automobile production in the United States.
During cold starts a butterfly choke valve was once located ahead of the carburetor to enrich the airfuel ratio in compensation for inadequate vaporization of the carbureted
liquid fuel in the cold engine.
The bottom of the case is stamped with an airport traffic light signal guide, the cruising altitudes for VFR and IFR flying, emergency transponder codes and a basic emergency checklist for a carbureted