How does a Wankel engine differ from a standard reciprocating engine?
In a Wankel engine, all parts rotate in one direction, while in a reciprocating engine, pistons move back and forth ...
Asked in Toyota Camry
Would ethanol make a Camry check engine light come on?
YES!!!!! YOU SHOULD NEVER RUN A VEHICLE ON ETHANOL THAT DOES NOT SUPPORT IT (HAS A FlexFuel LOGO ON IT!) THIS WILL CAUSE EXTREME DAMAGE TO YOUR ENGINE! ...
Asked in Ford Laser
Is gasoline mixed with ethanol bad for a 1984 Ford Laser?
the engine in a 84 ford laser is not ethanol compatible & will run like a sack of crap if you use fuel that contains any ethanol ...
Asked in Dodge Stratus
Can a 2002 Dodge Stratus with a four cylinder engine run on E85 Ethanol?
No, it will damage the fuel system.
Asked in Fuel and Engines, Boats and Watercraft
Why is the Wankel engine not used in ships?
Actually, it is used in ships. The advantage to using a rotary engine like the Wankel engine in marine applications is its high RPM, and low maintenance (compared to the average internal combustion engine). However, so far, current marine uses for the Wankel engine have been limited to racing and consumer applications due to its singularly high performance and its tendency to guzzle gas. These traits currently inhibit it from the commercial ship market. ...