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What Is the Difference Between a 4-Stroke and 2-Stroke Engine?
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Four-stroke and two-stroke engines have similar components, but don't work the same way. Four-stroke engines are often found in off-road vehicles.
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The distance the piston moves from TDC to BDC is called
This distance, in either direction, is called "stroke".
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What Is the Difference Between a 2-Cycle and 4-Cycle Engine
The difference between a 2-cycle engine and 4-cycle engine is the 2-cycle only needs one revolution of the crankshaft to get to a power stroke, while a 4-cycle engine needs 2 revolutions. To help explain the two different types of...
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Cleaning two-stroke and four-stroke engines
2-stroke engines don't have an oil sump. There is no actual oil in the engine to lubricate it. So you have to mix oil with gasoline. Usually, it is in a 40:1 ratio, with 40 parts gasoline and one part...

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