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four-stroke

relating to or designating an internal-combustion engine in which the piston makes four strokes for every explosion
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Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority (Sewa) has clarified that the new four-cycle meter reading and bill generation system does not mean that there will be four bills in a month.
Powering the LJS2000 lift is a 242 cc, single-cylinder, four-cycle OHV air-cooled Honda GX240 gasoline engine rated 8 hp at 3400 rpm.
The four-cycle Evans originally fired with a hot-tube ignition, but it was also capable of running on a magneto mounted on a pad next to the timing gears.
Also, 80 percent of snowmobile riders next season would be led by a guide and use reportedly quieter and less polluting four-cycle engines.
Made from the highest quality base stocks, Pacemaker 1600 Series oils are low ash and low phosphorous, which make them suited for a wide variety of four-cycle engines: Caterpillar, Cooper-Bessemer, Cummins, Dresser-Rand Categories I, II and III, Superior, Waukesha and Worthington.
Suzuki's Gs125UX, a motorcycle with a four-cycle 125 cc engine, will be produced locally from mid-2002 in a new Tak Taz factory to be built outside Tehran, the sources said.
Gone are the days of four-cycle washers and manually controlled dryers.
Open or turn out the high-speed jet until the saw starts to four-cycle or "blubber" while at full throttle with no load.
Automobile makers use a complex array of moving parts -- valves, rocker arms and rods -- to make the powerful "four-cycle" engine, which combusts fuel on every fourth stroke of each piston.
This offering includes a 2.9 to 6 L, inline, four-cycle platform in three to six cylinders.
Mikasa's three lines of rammers from Multiquip are all oil-injected, four-cycle and diesel-powered to offer a total of 13 rammers.
What's different is a rotating cylinder liner that serves as the respiratory gatekeeper, replacing the complex train of valves found in a four-cycle machine.