How a Two-stroke Engine Works And Why It’s Better Than A Four-stroke Engine!

How a Two-stroke Engine WorksHow a Two-stroke Engine Works

The two-stroke engines are one of the most simple engines in the world. They are type of internal combustion engines which completes a power cycle with only two strokes (up and down) of the piston during only one crankshaft revolution.

How a Two-stroke Engine Works And Why It’s Better Than A Four-stroke Engine!

A two-stroke engine is usually more powerful than a four-stroke engine of the same size, and that’s because the two-stroke engine fires on every revolution of the crankshaft.

You can find two-stroke engines in a hand-held power tools such as chainsaws, or in a variety of small propulsion applications, such as mopeds, scooters, and even lawnmowers.

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