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March
2008
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Ignition Timing for any Two Stroke Engine.

Advance = the amount of angular measurement that the spark happens before the piston reaches top dead center (TDC) on the power stroke. . Retard is less amount of advance .

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March
2008
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Most comman Two Stroke Bike Myths.

The grain of truth here is that if the piston rings are never seated against the cylinder walls by proper break-in, they won't seal and the engine will never develop full power. On the other hand, how fast should break-in be? Do you take out your new. zero-miles bike up the interstate?

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March
2008
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Basic 2 stroke Tuning

Changing the power band of your dirt bike engine is simple when you know the basics. A myriad of different aftermarket accessories is available for you to custom tune your bike to better suit your needs. The most common mistake is to choose the wrong combination

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March
2008
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Art of Squishing

In the past couple of issues, Doug has been doing a credible job of explaining heat, race fuel and the likes. I've enjoyed what I've read and this has compelled me to add my two cents based on my past racing experience with RD-350's.

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March
2008
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More Power to Air Cooled RD

When I first started out trying to get more power out of my stock RD I relied on the experience I had with my first RD-350, a '73 #101439. That bike ended up with Bassani chambers, a swiss-cheesed airbox and slightly re-jetted carbs: mains up to 160. Thats it.

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March
2008
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Torque and Horsepower.

There's been a certain amount of discussion, in this and other files, about the concepts of horsepower and torque, how they relate to each other, and how they apply in terms of automobile performance. I have observed that, although nearly everyone participating

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March
2008
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Modification of an Engine

When we talk about any engine mods, the first thing that comes in mind is "porting". Well, porting is something that I guess is more of a lingo with not only RD owners, but the owners of most of the 100cc bikes around. Many a bike owner is lured into the trap of mechanics

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March
2008
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Ignition Modifications

The purpose of an ignition system is to ignite the air-fuel mixture, which has been introduced into the combustion chamber, so as to produce the required power. Since this is the first step to the entire process, it is the most critical, hence this process must be carried out

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March
2008
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BUILD YOUR OWN EXPANSION CHAMBERS.

The expansion chamber design software is used to design the tuned pipe for the exhaust system of the micro car engine. One can choose to design a single stage, two-stage or a three-stage diffuser chamber according to their requirements.

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June
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How Does a Two Stroke Engine Works:

two-stroke engines are still being used today for example in go-karts as they are lighter and more cost effective than four-stroke engines . We will explain a two-stroke engine with a simple carburetor the construction is similar to four-stroke engines,

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