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Old 12-24-2012, 06:23 PM
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Default Turbo 2-stroke?

So i see comments on youtube all the time saying that 2-stroke turbo does not work, that it only puts pressure in the crank case or blows out the exhaust because the valves are open at the same time. I know it works to put a turbo on a 2-stroke but i don't know how it works, and why are so many saying that it does not work? Can someone tell me? i know the basics of engines and how they work (mostly 4-stroke car engines) and also how turbos work, but i can't find any info on this subject.

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no exhaust stroke, every stroke is a charge to the next cylinder at what ever the boost psi is after the piston crosses the top of the exhaust port. most crank cases are some what divided in the center with minimal cross pressure. with no valves the piston does the air block. so as one piston passes to open exhaust the other closes it. the pipe has a back charge when the out pulse hits the end of it to help stop the incoming charge and producing a back psi.
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