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We stay and ride in the country of India, and I am pretty sure everyone here must have had their share of experience with adulterated fuel. Not only does adulterated fuel cheat our pockets, but it also cheats our vehicles and ends up costing us more than we expect through higher maintenance cost and deterioration of the engine. But that is not it; today we are going to discuss what effects adulterated fuel has on our bikes.
Brakes are very essential components used in every automobile be it a car or motorcycle or a truck. Various automobiles use various types of braking systems. The braking systems have evolved up to a great extent ensuring at most safety. The most common braking system used is called the hydraulic brakes. We all love to keep our brakes clean and sharp so that they help us during jeopardy. When we get our brake pads replaced, there is a small process called bleeding that has to be carried out, it is done in order to prevent the entry of air or removing the air bubbles into the hydraulic system.
The carburetor is one of the oldest and the best technology used till date to prepare the air fuel mixture that is sent to the engine. Finding the proper air fuel mixture will help your engine to live longer and to perform at its best. Adjusting the carburetor to its proper settings will help in reducing the unwanted stress that the engine takes up.
Duke Engines in New Zealand has been working on the axial engine for the past 17 years. Five conventional 200cc engines are arranged around the engine’s centre line with the cylinders parallel to the crank shaft. There are no cam shafts, push rods, rocker arms or springs in a Duke engine.
Recently Bajaj has silently launched the stripped down version of the same V15 motorcycle and this time named it V12. It looks incredibly a "Little War Hero" as the previously launched V15 and recently launched V12 are the two sides of the same coin. Let's find out what mettle the junior V15 is made of.
The following article will explain about the importance of Air-Fuel mixture and how to get the perfect balanced ratio. We will only be discussing about the manual tuning on a carburetor, as it's not possible on the electronic fuel injection system (EFI).
Wind Tunnel was built more than 100 years ago; even the Wright Brothers used the same to test their first aircraft. Ever since then this technology has been used by automobile manufacturers to improve the handling, stability, down force and various other factors.
For over 100 years, Harley ruled the market with top class bikes, for which people had to be on a waiting list to buy one in the 1990’s. Harley wanted to build a new type of motorcycle so they gave a shot for making a motorcycle that had both speed and styling. The project was code named P4. Harley put up a racing team with a bike named VR1000; the first liquid cooled Harley, where the others were air cooled.
We all know what a conventional internal combustion engine is and how it works, but ever wondered how a Rotary Engine or a Wankel Engine works? It is the same alternate engine which the automobile industry has witnessed on the iconic Suzuki RE-5. Here’s an insight story on how Wankel engine works-
A petrol engine of any kind requires fuel and air mixture for effective combustion, which is a very well known fact. The process of creating this air-fuel mixture and regulating its flow is done by the Carburetors, whereas modern expensive machines make use of alternative electronic fuel injectors. The following article will explain about the basic principle, parts, working, advantages and disadvantages of a carburetor.