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Remove the heat shield that covers the exhaust,follow the exhaust manifold and just as it joins to form one pipe there is the lamda probe
2 stroke engines as you know must have gasoline premixed with oil. This is because that oil actually poorly lubricates as the pistons fire constantly. In a four stroke engine every cylinder fires and then makes a full rotation getting lubricated via oil jackets and cooled by water jackets running up through the block and the head of the engine(on top of the ...
tl;dr: Ambient air temperature should generally not interfere with engine efficiency or fuel consumption, but will affect overall power output. Do not confuse efficiency with power output. These are two separate things. When your intake charge is more dense, you can throw more fuel at it and creates more power. (NOTE: The idea for the engine management ...
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