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Check this! 4 cylinder, 4 stroke, how it works.

Discussion in 'Technical and Troubleshooting Torque' started by Johnny O, Jun 29, 2009.

  1. And this is a 2 stroke
  2. I thought it showing each cylinder in relation to each other, including the cams was interesting, well I found it interesting :)

    Did you notice the cams rotate in a different direction compared to Japanese bike engines?

    It'd ok dude, I shine within, no one can take it away ;-)
  3. We all bow down before you, Johnny O.
  4. And I to you Rog ;-)
  5. Thanks Brother John.

  6. hmm yea its either 1, 3,4,2 or 1,2,4,3 firing order. didnt notice the cams

    LOL maybe thats why no1 wants to move in with ya lol did u end up finding someone?

    Oh while your both down there *unzips*
  7. Yeh got someone Willy ;-)
  8. I just spent most of last night on howstuffworks, and still got more to go through. I hate you guys.
  9. LOL i was over that in early high school years....now its all changed. with new articles....