which engine have the high mechanical efficiency eighter 2
stroke engine or 4 stroke engine?
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Answer / santus.1985
4 Stroke engine
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Answer / mirja shabaz beg
2 stroke engine
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Answer / ashish saxena
4 stroke engine
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Answer / hariharan
in two stroke engine weight is less than 4 stroke efficiency.
so the 2 stroke engine is more efficiency
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Answer / nihar vaghela
also in 2 stroke engine and fuel efficiency related so,their in 4 stroke more efficient...
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Answer / chandu
2 stroke has higher efficiency because it has lesser number of moving parts .
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Answer / charles
2 strike is more efficiency than 4 stroke..bcoz 2 stroke is one revolution to produce power and it fires 2 times in the time that 4 stroke ...
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Answer / deepak k singh
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Answer / mohit gupta
In 4-stroke Engine.
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