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The interior of an engine

The interior of an engine

Today’s post is the result of a thing is was long time wondering to do. Make several cuts to an engine so that it is possible to see how things work inside. The engine used has 1 cylinder, 230cc and 4 strokes. I took it from an old lawnmower I had. I would have liked cutting a bigger one, but it was the only engine I could use.

The way to go for it is: To start with, dismantle and wash the entire engine. Next, thoughtfully decide where to cut. Then, cut precisely. Wash another time. After that, paint the sections you cut in a bright color. To finish, rebuild the engine.

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