because, unlike a 4 stroke it doesn't have engine oil lubricating all the engine components, so in the fuel mixture there is oil mixed in to do this job, it is not as effective as the 4 stroke idea though.... which is usually why 2 stroke engines wear and tear more of time .
yes, but you still have to add 2-stroke oil unless you want to burn the engine up.
Not if you want it to run.
umm.... if you want to make an explosion well yes (by the way im in year 8
Yes, its a hybrid petrol/diesel. put whatever you want in it. Give more details if you want a non-smartass answer. What type of vehicle, what size engine v8, straight L6, H4, I4, What WHAT!!
ask answers.com It depends on how far you want to go. The more petrol, the farther you go.
NO not even close....
NO!! Not unless your trying to blow it up. It's to volitile and not refinned enough. Why would you want to do that any way?? :S
I have a used 7.3 diesel power stroke engine what do you want?
Yes, with modification you can do anything if you want to take it to the extreme
Diesel - because the combustion is better, you get more energy per pint of fuel. But if you want more "Bang for the bucks", a petrol engine will give you a more rapid acceleration. The diesel engine has another property: it will operate well with a wider span of rpm: e.g. it can give you 75% efficiency at 2000rpm, and keep on going to almost 5000rpm. If you drive a car with a manual gear, you do not need to change gear so often. In a boat, you have to change propeller, which is cumbersome, but here the diesel has even a bigger benefit, since it will work good at slow speed - say 5 knots, and equally at 25 knots. Usage of turbocharged and advanced injection makes the modern diesel engines almost as fast as petrol, and what remains then is the sound. To get the same sound as a angry petrol engine. So, if you want to impress the girls, I would say that the petrol engine is better.
how can i get the licence of petrol pump kindly suggest I WANT OPEN A NEW PETROL PUMP CAN YOU TELL ME THE PROCEDURE FOR IT
It really depends on what you are using the fuel for. If you want a liquid fuel that easily vaporizes in a carburetor to make an explosive mixture with air and burns quickly to release a lot of energy, then petrol is better than wax. I you want a less dangerous fuel for a candle, one that melts and vaporizes to burn slowly in air, then wax is what you want. The reason for the different burning properties of petrol and wax lies mainly in the size of their molecules and how the carbon and hydrogen atoms in them are joined together.