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How do I tell if my engine is a two-cycle or a four-cycle engine?
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« on: December 01, 2009, 19:02:45 »

Question: How do I tell if my engine is a two-cycle or a four-cycle engine?

Answer: A 2-cycle (sometimes referred to as a 2-stroke) engine utilizes pre-mixed fuel and oil to burn and lubricate the engines internal parts simultaneously. There is no separate oil reservoir on a 2-cycle engine. 

A 4-cycle (sometimes referred to as a 4-stroke) engine has a separate oil lubrication reservoir and fuel tank. For operation of this engine, these fluids work separately and are not mixed at any time.

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