Undoubtedly, the virtue which has most contributed to the widespread use and varied application of the two-stroke engine is its mechanical simplicity.
Tuning expert Graham Bell takes readers through the various modifications that can be made to a two-stroke and its components in order to derive maximum useable power and mechanical reliability.
Both the latest advances in two-stroke tuning and old standbys are covered for all areas of operation, from ignition, carburetion, cylinders, and valves through exhaust systems and dyno tuning.
● An Introduction to Two Stroke Tuning
● The Cylinder Head
● Porting and Cylinder Scavenging
● The Exhaust System
● The Bottom End
● Lubrication and Cooling
● Power Measurement and Gearing
Updates to this expanded edition include new photography, line diagrams and explanatory charts.