2stroke/4stroke hybrid engine increases performance by 27%

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  1. begreen

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    More than likely its jut oil injected...that has been around for some time.
     
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    "Four strokes are most efficient at full throttle; with two strokes, it's the opposite,"

    "...traditional two-stroke engines require oil to be mixed in with the fuel, and therefore produce higher emissions."

    I always thought two strokes were better at speed and the emissions were from the excess intake scavenging fuel right out the exhaust. But what do I know? This came from an MIT publication. Must be right...

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