The specificity of attached high-performance engines
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Publication date: 2007-11-01
Combustion Engines 2007,131(4), 19-32
This article presents special usable features of attached high-performance engines used in water motor sports. It presents the most significant design characteristics as well as indicates the scope of most frequently used modifications of construction depending on water motor classes and series and legal requirements resulting from a character of particular races. This article discusses more important modifications of engines with respect to exchange of charge, fuel supply and the piston assembly as well as their most frequent malfunctions. The authors compared operating indexes of high-performance outboard engines to engines with other applications.
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