in a two stoke engine ther is only two steps before it starts the cycle over, in a 4 stroke engine there is 4 strokes
The valve adjustment procedure, on a 3054 Caterpillar diesel engine, begins with manually turning the engine to the number one cylinder. Tighten the valve screw with the cylinder at the top of the stroke. Doing this for each cylinder.
The answer is no. 2 stroke engine is different concept from the 4 stroke engine From http://xBrain.biz
Explain the advantages of four-stroke engine over two-stroke engine
Why the fuel consumption is less in 4 stroke engine as compared to 2 stroke engine
in my opinion a two stroke engine is a better quality engine as compared to a four stroke engine!
Detroit diesel engine is an example of two stroke engine
two stroke engine are better than 4-stroke engine in the following ways:- in 2 stroke engine there is only one revolution of crank shaft and in each revolution the power is delivered (in power stroke). thus it has a good mechanical efficiency rather than the 4- stroke engine. also the power we get through 2-stroke engine is double than the 4-stroke engine because of the same reason written above. 2-stroke engine is lighter than the 4-stroke engine because in 2- stroke engine there are no valve mechanism thus no push rod, cam-follower arrangment, rocker arm etc, thus 2-stroke engine is lighter than the 4-stroke engine. in 2 stroke engine in each revolution the power is delivered (in power stroke) thus torque is uniform, hence less torsional oscillation occurs.
If it's a two-stroke, you could have a fouled plug. Try replacing it. If it starts fouling repeatedly, try cleaning your air filter and being easy on the amount of oil you put on it. Also cleaning the carb could fix that problem. If it's a four-stroke, you might not have enough compression due to a need for a valve adjustment.
Depends on if this engine is a 2 stroke, 4 stroke, or rotary engine. I assume you are referring to a 4 stroke as found in the vast majority of automobiles built today. The answer is, At the top of the compression stroke. The 4 strokes of a 4 cycle engine are:# intake/induction stroke # compression stroke # power stroke # exhaust strokeDepends on if this engine is a 2 stroke, 4 stroke, or rotary engine. I assume you are referring to a 4 stroke as found in the vast majority of automobiles built today. The answer is, At the top of the compression stroke. The 4 strokes of a 4 cycle engine are:# intake/induction stroke # compression stroke # power stroke # exhaust stroke
The best way to know if an engine is 2-stroke or 4-stroke, is to look for an oil spout. If the engine has an oil spout where oil has to be poured into, it is a 4-stroke. If the engine has no oil spout and the oil has to be added to the fuel, then it is a 2-stroke.