Two strokes can accelerate faster but it depends on engine size
An improved flow of air and fuel mix will make the scooter faster. You can do this with an aftermarket exhaust.
Well, that depends on the make and model. 4 stroke scooters the elite 80 are slow. They will accelerate similar and top out at around the same speeds as a 50 cc scooter. They 4 stroke Elite 80 will only go 40-45 mph. A two stroke 80 cc scooter, however will accelerate very fast, but still top out at a inferior 43 mph.A four stroke 80cc scooter typically has a top speed of 40-45MPH. The top speeds differs in different makes and models though.
use a malossi clutch and rollers set
The engine, I believe.
yes it is faster but does not have the same torque as a 4 stroke
Scooter Stephan died in November 2000 of heart attack/stroke.
it has five(5), because it's a four stroke. two(2) strokes have six because they are jumpier and accelerate faster.
i say that a 4 stroke is faster than a 2 stroke
After Scooter has his stroke, SCooter becomes more aware of the world around him.
if your scooter has a engine oil dip stick then it is a four stroke. if it has a oil tank that you have to put oil in then it is 2 stroke.
The regulator/rectifier is usually at the front of the scooter. You should see it after removing the panel with the headlights.
Four stroke. 2 strokes require a gas/oil mixture and buzz like a chainsaw.
A YZ250 is much faster than a CRF250r. The YZ250 is a 2 stroke where as the CRF250r is a four stroke.
Drain it out and replace with proper oil
A two stroke with near the same displacement will be quicker to accelerate, but will lack in low end torque and reliability. The four stroke will last for ever but just doesn't perform or rev like a two stroke. "I agree 2 strokes are much faster. A Quadzilla lt500r 2 stroke will scramble with the power feel of a gsxr 1000 four stroke .You have to double the displacement of 4 stroke to compete with a 2 strokes powerband. Research the definition of "POWERBAND"
The 2 stroke will be faster because of differences in Waite but more polluting be it oil mixed with fuel
During the return stroke it does not remove any material, it is an idle stroke so to improve the cutting efficiency it will move faster during the return stroke. Pradip Kotak.
Really depends on what kind of power you want. a 2-stroke will tear through it's gears faster and overall accelerate faster. 2-stokes have a wider, harder-hitting powerband where the power is mostly at high rpms. a 4-stroke has the low end power- no clutch wheelies, tearing the bead off the tire..so which is more powerful? all depends on when you want the power. 4-strokes low speed, 2-strokes mid-high speed
A two stroke will use more fuel usually per mile but the tend to be more torquey and a lot noisier
depends if its 4 stroke get a new oil pan if 2 stroke just get a new exhaust or a new gas tank.
The numbers (85...150) is essentially a measurement of engine size. So a larger engine would obviously be faster This isn't correct. The CR85 is a two stroke of the CRF150 is a fours stroke. So essentially they are the same in race spec and class. Technically in the right hands they are identical in speed. the two stroke will accelerate a little quicker but the 4 stroke gets it back in the mid range and they cross the line at about the same time. the CRF though is much heavier and in the wrong hands will get eaten up by the CR85 2 stroke.
For the same engine size, it should be.