firing interval

firing interval

[′fīr·iŋ ‚int·ər·vəl]
(ordnance)
Period of time between firing one shot and the next.
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Each interval is the static firing interval associated with the enabled transitions WhlLdr, Haul and Return, respectively.
Make: Triumph Bonneville Price: pounds 5,399 Engine: 865cc Aircooled, DOHC, parallel-twin, 360 degree firing interval, fuel injection Performance: 66bhp @ 7,200rpm, 52lb.
Triumph Bonneville Price: pounds 5,399 Engine: 865cc Air-cooled, DOHC, parallel-twin, 360 degree firing interval, fuel injection Performance: 66bhp @ 7,200rpm, 52lb.
Since there s no need for a power-sapping balancer shaft the result is higher output, and uneven firing intervals give an intimate connection to the engine.
The secret to Yamaha's unique power characteristics is the engine's crossplane crankshaft with its irregular firing intervals.
With its kicked-out front forks and revised firing intervals to give a lumpier exhaust note and a few extra vibrations it's an easy- going machine with the style of an American cruiser,albeit a little underbraked.
With its kicked-out front forks and revised firing intervals to give a lumpier exhaust note and a few extra vibrations,it's an easy- going machine with the style of an American cruiser,albeit a little underbraked.