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|24th January 2007, 01:54||#1|
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What is the Difference Between a Two Stroke and Four Stroke Engine?
I always wanted to know the difference between a four stroke and a two stroke engine, i have tried to search on the internet but i am unable to understand, As far as i heard that the four stroke engine came first then came the two stroke engine and the two stroke engine is considered more superior than the four stroke how come?...If some one could explain how so please. thanx.
|25th January 2007, 01:42||#3|
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the 2 stroke engine came first and the 4 stroke engine came afterwards.the 4 stroke is engine is far more superior as it is more efficient.thats why 2 stroke engines have been banned from production.(due to emission laws).
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