Avoiding the bump: two-stroke entry ignition innovation

Schematic of the EI process across four cylinders: A (first stage compression) B (second stage compression) C (main combustion) D (final expansion stroke). Image: RevolutionaryEngines.com

We’re used to engines which pretty much explode the gases inside the chamber: however, there is a way to avoid it, writes Stevie Knight.

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