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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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Not even a bogey on the 16th coupled with Paez's birdie on the last could alter the outcome of the country's premier championship which took shape after the Filipino shotmaker built a four-stroke cushion with a brilliant 69 Friday.
A 49cc OHC four-stroke engine provides ample power for around-town trips while also keeping the fun factor high and sipping fuel.
Even before the four-stroke engine was introduced, the 96 had a tremendous career as a rally car, especially in the hands of Eric Carlsson, and carried on winning races into the 1970s with drivers like Stig Blomqvist, Per Eklund and Pat Moss-Carlsson at the wheel.
Sir Dugald Clark created a two-stroke-like motor in 1881 that utilized a compressor and valves similar to those now found in a four-stroke. Joseph Day designed the valveless modern two-stroke in 1892.
Korda breaks course record in LPGA tourBANGKOK - American Jessica Korda broke the course record on day two of the Honda LPGA tour in Thailand on Friday to open a four-stroke lead ahead of the chasing pack, with a stunning 10-under round of 62.
Want four-stroke efficiency and reliability, with weight not far off that old two-stroke?
As per the deal, the Saudi Aramco joint venture (JV) will set up a factory at Ras Al Khair Economic City in the Eastern Province which will manufacture two-stroke engines, four-stroke engines, and marine pumps for vessels and power plants.
The new joint ventre will manufacture four-stroke engines under HHI's HiMSEN brand licensing, serving as a regional production stronghold to support the growing demand for electricity in the Mena region as well as marine applications for very large and small vessels, he added.
This is the first time that a majority of the teams have the new Mercury four-stroke engines.
And lo, it came to pass that the twostroke begat the four-stroke, and the four-stroke begat maxi-scooters, mighty beasts with hefty centralised engines and separate swingarms so that they accelerated and handled like motorbikes.
The two-stroke is regarded as a cheap alternative to the four-stroke, and this seems to have stifled the full development.
Currently, mid- and large-sized four-stroke outboard motors (from 40 to 300PS) are produced at the Toyokawa Plant, and small- and mid-sized four-stroke (from 2 to 30PS) and two-stroke (from 9.9 to 40PS) outboard motors are produced at Thai Suzuki's plant.