it wont have valves in the head. If you remove the exhaust pipe from the head and turn over the engine by hand, there will only be a piston and no valves moving.
a four stroke has a timing chain and a cam and a two stroke doesnt a two stroke has reed valves
go to a motorcycle store and ask what kind for your bike, give them size year and if its a two or four stroke, and if its a two tell them if its for the engine of gas mix
If you look at the side of the bike there is a pipe that leads to the exaust pipe. If it is big and bulges out then its a two stroke. if its small and skinny its a four stroke. you can tell by the name to. if its a YZ250 its a two stroke. If its a YZ250F then its a four stroke.
Assuming you are referring to a street legal motorcycle (IE: Kawaski Vulcan, Ninja, etc.) these machines have four stroke engines. Dirt Bikes and such sometimes do not. Two-stroke engines generally use a fuel+oil mixture. (Such as a weed whacker) Four stroke engines generally have an oil sump. (Like a car)
Well the first necessary piece of information I would need to know is: Is it a two stroke or four stroke engine? I assume its four stroke as I'm sure you know that you need to mix two stroke oil with petrol and then put it in the tank if it's a two stroke. In that case, 25 to 30ml of two stroke oil to a litre of petrol is perfect. On the otherhand, if it is a four stroke, 300-400 ml of oil should be about right.
first of all learn how to spell. Anyone with half a brain could tell it is a four stroke. A two stroke mixes the oil and the gas and a 4 stroke keeps them separate. A four stroke sounds much deeper than a two stroke. you should know this. Ever heard a banshee? that's what a two stroke sounds like.
depends if it is a two stroke or four. a two stroke will not be a four stroke may i am not sure
Explain the advantages of four-stroke engine over two-stroke engine
You can use four stroke oil for a (very) limited period in a two stroke engine in an emergency. However it is not formulated for two stroke engines and is not recommended.
in my opinion a two stroke engine is a better quality engine as compared to a four stroke engine!
Four-stroke lawn mowers have a tube where you add oil to the engine. On two-stroke engines, oil has to be added to the fuel. (Four-stroke and two-stroke are also called four-cycle and two-cycle, respectively).
Two Stroke Combustion Engines are now obsolete.But two stroke might come back with modifications.
Four-stroke engines have a spout where you add oil to the engine. On two-stroke engines, oil has to be added to the fuel. (Four-stroke and two-stroke are also called four-cycle and two-cycle, respectively).
there is no oil in the two stroke .....where as four stroke has oil sump which carries oil.........
Four stroke engines are quieter than two strokes, but have less power.
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There is no such thing as engine oil changes in two stroke motorcycle engines. The two stroke oil serves to lubricate the engine as it is mixed with gasoline. For the gearbox, on the average a yearly change of gear oil is sufficient.
No it isn't fatal, but it would smoke quite a bit, because a two stroke engine needs two stroke oil mixed in the petrol, and a four stroke just needs petrol.
No it is a four stroke.
I like The four stroke because of the torque. but the two stroke is a bit quicker on the jump, the both fast but the four strokes and take you more place's. The two strokes are very jumpy so they like two slide out goin up hills