An improved flow of air and fuel mix will make the scooter faster. You can do this with an aftermarket exhaust.
if your scooter has a engine oil dip stick then it is a four stroke. if it has a oil tank that you have to put oil in then it is 2 stroke.
You need to define what your use of the oil will be. If you mean adding oil to the fuel, you do not need to do this on an 4 stroke motor. Or maybe you mean engine oil, or maybe transmission oil?
The legal age to ride a motor scooter in the USA is 16. The driver is only allowed to drive a scooter up to 125cc in engine size.
it runs faster than a 4stroke but use mixed gas in the to stroke
Engine, not motor. It'll typically be a two stroke engine with one or two cylinders.
With a 2 stroke engine, you mix the oil with the gas. With a 4 stroke engine, there are separate tanks for the oil, and the gas.
You need to have a basic training licence and be aged over 16 to drive a motor scooter in California. The scooter must also not exceed 125cc in engine size.
just like a car if a car burns oil it puts out blue smoke. the same thing will happin if you put 2 stroke gas in a 4 stroke engine. in time it will cause your 4 stroke engine to wear faster and it wont last long and you will be replacing the spark plug alot and i mean alot.
That'd be a motor with a 90.5 mm stroke and 69 mm bore.
The 250 cc motor scooter is commonly the largest engine size scooter. The 250 cc scooter has a top speed of about 75 miles per hour, but usually the engine size will top the speed out at about 60 miles per hour.
Bad Motor Scooter was created in 1973.
A 15 hp game fisher motor is most often a 2 stroke engine. However there can also be a 15 hp game fisher motor that is a 4 stroke as well.
If it is a 2-stroke engine, 2-cycle engine oil is added to the gasoline. If the engine is 4-stroke, regular 30W motor oil is used. To tell if your engine is 2-stroke or 4-stroke, look for a spout where oil is poured into the engine. If there is no spout, then the engine is 2-stroke and 2-cycle oil must be added to the gasoline.
ummmm as far as i know there is no such thing as an 8 stroke motor.... there is 2 stroke, 4 stroke, diesel, turbine, jet, pulse jet.... but no 8 stroke....the 4 strokes of a normal 4 stroke engine are suck, squeeze, bang, blow...
Long as your only unsig it in your lawn mower then no problems. Just don't leave it sitting around for weeks as normal motor oil will separate from the fuel faster than 2 stroke oil.
There is not precise definition but a motor scooter usually has a small engine and you do not have to straddle it---rather you place your feet on a floor. People who ride large motorcylces will probably classify many smaller cycles as scooters just because of the size of the engine.
4 stroke fuel is straight petrol, it does not have oil in it! If you use it in a 2 stroke engine you will seize the motor. 2 stroke fuel has oil added to it.
the biggest difference is obviously the stroke and bore of the engine and the size of the engine
Probably however the oil is usually only in the petrol with a two stroke motor.
A car sawed in half, a segway, a motorcycle, a moped, a motor scooter, and some edgers.
It all really depends on the engine. Two stroke or four stroke they are both different in the way they are classified with cc's. small engine or large engine there are many different factors.
It refers to the throws of the crankshaft/distance the piston moves. It usually is compared to the bore of the engine. An example a 302 4"bore x 3"stroke is a short stroke motor, by comparison a 5.4L ford v8 3.552" bore x 4.165" stroke.
it all depends on the size on the motor and if its a two stroke or four
== == If your motor scooter has an engine capacity of at least 50 cubic centimeters, it falls into the category of motorcycle in Connecticut. That means you have to follow the same laws motorcycle drivers and owners do. You need to register your motor scooter, hold title and registration, and carry a motorcycle operator's license. It is illegal to ride your scooter on sidewalks. Your scooter must have brakes, lights, a horn, and mirrors. If your scooter's engine capacity is less than 50 cubic centimeters, it is classified as a moped, or a "bicycle with helper motor." You are only required to hold a valid driver's license to own and ride it.