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Old 08-08-2011, 03:05 PM
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Originally Posted by devino246 View Post
2 strokes circulate fuel/air mixture through the crankcase so that the downward action of the piston forces the mixture into the combustion chamber.
dont have to work like that.


possible solution would be to use an external device such as a supercharger/turbo charger/charging piston to compress the charge. Cut/drill an intake port into side of barrel and use one or both of the original poppet valves for exhaust. Incoming compressed charge would be used to scavange the exhaust.


altho i think you would have to be a mega scientist to make that work(if it is even possible) and would require complete re-engineering of the engine lol

silly idea probably, im no scientist.

go buy a twostroke