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    Quote Originally Posted by jfn2 View Post
    Katinas
    Did you test with just the overhang and then test with just the hydro diode. I wonder why the use of hydro diodes are not used on all the transfer passages for reversion? I also wonder if the placement of the diode makes a difference?
    First time we test on an engine just with the overhang and this itself gave 0.3 hp, but on the last engine we just add hydro diode and not measure this mod alone.

    C is most unrestricted port for reversion on reed engines , shortest of all with nearly to vertical angle, very comfortable for ex gases and for back pressure from the pipe at wrong time. A and B usually shape have some restrictions, especially with sharp A B widows upper edges.

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    Katinas:
    Thank you very much for the info. Doing a very good job.

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    https://www.kiwibiker.co.nz/forums/a...1&d=1563307439

    katrinas, you are so kind to give information about who this graphic is and how it works (I do not have the possibility of copying and pasting the text into a translator).
    It is a stratified loading system

    Thank you so much

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    Carburetor reversion / blowback

    Trying to understand this, in this case a cylinder reed motor...What can cause this?

    Ignition Timing/Port Timing/Fuel Type/Reed Material & Thickness/Pipe/Compression/MSV???

    Current motor stroked/bored/long rod/spacer plate has a lot of reversion requiring substantially leaner jetting & wanting to have an understanding of How & Why.

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    Quote Originally Posted by katinas View Post
    Yes this is Lotte. Congratulations for all team.

    22 hp amazing, but how high is rpm.

    Best what we see on our dyno 18.21 hp at 10861 rpm.
    Thats very good Katinas

    22 hp 12100

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    Hi, Ceci
    This book is more about mathematics simulation of Two stroke process.

    About 2.12 scheme

    Mathematics simulation show that, hydro diode in trans ports, help to rise torque in the whole range, with the full open throttle . In practice this has proved itself by testing with 111cc engine bore 58mm stroke 42mm. Torque rise everywhere up to 20 percent.
    Character of changed pressure in the crankcase, indicate about much lowered flow of exhaust gases to crankcase, when piston start rise up from BDC and trans windows still open.
    Hydro diode have no influence on fuel consumption.

    Add link where you can download whole book page by page.

    http://padaread.com/?book=742&pg=1
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    Quote Originally Posted by dutchpower View Post
    22 hp 12100
    Thank you very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by katinas View Post
    Hi, Ceci
    This book is more about mathematics simulation of Two stroke process.

    About 2.12 scheme

    Mathematics simulation show that, hydro diode in trans ports, help to rise torque in the whole range, with the full open throttle . In practice this has proved itself by testing with 111cc engine bore 58mm stroke 42mm. Torque rise everywhere up to 20 percent.
    Character of changed pressure in the crankcase, indicate about much lowered flow of exhaust gases to crankcase, when piston start rise up from BDC and trans windows still open.
    Hydro diode have no influence on fuel consumption.

    Add link where you can download whole book page by page.

    http://padaread.com/?book=742&pg=1
    Excellent book, for my taste a real jewel.
    The issue of load stratification if it is in the



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    Quote Originally Posted by ceci View Post
    Excellent book, for my taste a real jewel.
    The issue of load stratification if it is in the
    2.16 Kawasaki ex pipe
    When ex gas temperature rise up, therm element 6 push part 4 closer to cylinder.

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    The sort of thing you find when your bike has taken a high speed lye-down in the kitty litter.


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    I will check that but after the race finised the bike did manage to quietly put lts way back to the pits.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TZ350 View Post
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    The sort of thing you find when your bike has taken a high speed lye-down in the kitty litter.
    What is the thermostat off?


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    Quote Originally Posted by wobbly View Post
    I am hoping that dropping the cylinder and grinding up the C with the sharp edge will give more everywhere - including into the overev.
    Bastard 2T will make a fool of me im sure , but I have to try it.
    Wob, restored C duration show 17,85 hp just at 10185rpm. mid power left the same, over rev little bit better. We never see that before on this particular engine ( previous best before World cup 17,33 hp). Today on track boy said that this is different engine.
    Sorry, I will not be able to answer week or two.

    Thank you very much

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    Quote Originally Posted by flyonly View Post
    What is the thermostat off?
    Wobbly had some made, they hold the water temperature to about 45 deg C. if you are interested in one, PM him to see if he has any left.

    There are a lot of posts on this thread about thermostats. To find them copy this line into your google search bar.

    thermostat site:https://www.kiwibiker.co.nz/forums/s...-engine-tuner?


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