How To Adjust A 2-Cycle Carburetor

A two cycle engine is an engine that has a complete power cycle in the two piston strokes, namely the upper stroke and the down stroke. The upper cycle compresses the fuel mixture and ignites it at the stroke top. It is exhausted when the down stroke begins. A new fuel mixture gets introduced at the bottom of the down stroke into the cylinder and the cycle begins all over again.
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What To Do If You Have Witnessed An Auto Accident

Life’s highways are busy. They are often overcrowded and the speed limits seem to be increasing as people rush to and fro. Witnessing a car accident can be a traumatic experience that requires you to stay calm, cool and collective. What you should do depends on how bad the crash is and the extent of the injuries. Here are five tips to help you should you be the on the scene before the authorities.
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3 Steps to Build a Motorcycle Exhaust From a Perforated Filter Tube

Fewer things in the world are more satisfying than a deep, throaty growl coming from a powerful motorcycle. Whether you’re dealing with a 450cc dirt bike or a 1100cc touring bike, putting the right exhaust on it can really enhance performance and improve that sound. That’s not to mention how much better a motorcycle looks with a shimmering stainless steel exhaust. However, aftermarket motocross and road bike manufacturers know how much you love a great exhaust. That’s why they try to charge as much as you might pay for the bike itself. Some straight-through systems, called drag pipes, can cost upwards of $1,000. That’s just for a straight length of metal tube. With a little bit of know-how and a perforated filter tube, you can make your own for a fraction of the cost. Here’s how to do that.
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