swap engines. they work completely differently and cannot be changed.
No if it says 4 stroke or 4 cycle you can not put it in a 2 stroke or 2cycle engine.
2 stroke, 4 stroke, and rotary (although this one hasn't been made for a while).
a four stroke has a timing chain and a cam and a two stroke doesnt a two stroke has reed valves
50cc 4-stroke 50cc 2-stroke,65cc 2-stroke, 70cc 4-stroke, 80cc 2-stroke, 85cc 2-stroke, 110cc 4-stroke, 125cc 2-stroke, 125cc 4-stroke, 150cc 2-stroke, 150cc 4-stroke, 200cc 2-stroke, 250cc 2-stroke, 250cc 4-stroke, 300cc 2-stroke 350cc 4-stroke, 450cc 4-stroke, 500cc 2-stroke, 530cc 4-stroke, 690cc 4-stroke
you cant turn a 2 stroke into a four stroke. and i don't think you can run diesel in a 2 stroke
Because 2-strokes fire on every turn of the crankshaft while 4-strokes fire on ever 2nd turn of the crank.
It is generally accepted that a 2-stroke is more powerfull than a 4-stroke - for each full cycle (induction, compresion, ignition, exhaust) a 2-stroke engines crank rotates twice and a 4-strokes engine rotates 4 times. Therefore, for each 4-stroke Bang you get Bang, Bang from a 2-stroke! 4-stroke engines are far more efficient though and 2-stroke engines are getting close to being legislated out of existence (we have just lost 250cc Motorcycle GP racing in preferance for 600cc 4-strokes).
not completely sure what the question is asking butr i believe it is asking why is the 4-stroke engine taking over the makrket.I believe it is because of the even power they make as trhe 2-stroke has a strong powerband which can make the bike more difficult to ride/race.the 4-stroke is unfair in its way b/c the 250cc 4-stroke races with the 125cc 2 stroke.
In a 4 stroke and 2 stroke bike there is things that can cause that: 1º-Valve is of the compression timing. ( 4 Stroke Bikes Only ) 2º-Ignition Stator out of timing. 3º-Filter or Carburetor letting to much air inside, causing a furnace affect because the amount of gas and air is not even!
Usually the average is about 4 ounces of oil per gallon of gas
depending on if its a 2 stroke or a 4 stroke with my 2 stroke I turn the choke on and tip it until the carburetor bleeds. and it fires up every time
it is a 2 stroke
4-stroke... The 400 is a 2-stroke
i say that a 4 stroke is faster than a 2 stroke
If the Ryobi is a 2 stroke engine you must use 2 stroke oil and never use 4 stroke. But you ask about 20w50 oil which is confusing. 2 cycle engine do not use multi-vicosity oil. Any 2 cycle oil can be used in your Ryobi if it is mixed at the correct ratio.
The firing order for a Yamaha WX1100 motorcycle is 1, 2, 4, 3. This is for the 4 cylinder 4 stroke engine.