Two-stroke motor

The operating principles of a two-stroke engine:

The two-stroke engine is much different from the four-stroke engine. In the simplest form it has no valves (also no camshaft). The cylinder is composed of following components:  

  • Cylinder.
  • Cylinder head.
  • Crankshaft.
  • Piston.
  • Connecting rod.
  • Crankcase (hermetical).

 

 

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