The performance of 2T competition engines, such as those for karts, is strongly based on operating temperatures. These are largely governed by the water circuit, the shape of which is decisive in order to cool the hottest areas, such as the light side and the cylinder’s exhaust duct. In fact, cooling as much as possible is not enough: it is also necessary to do so in the correct way to obtain engine running temperatures that are ideal for both performance and reliability. Insufficient temperatures may, in fact, cause detonations in the combustion chamber, resulting in loss of performance or, in the worst cases, seizure. Similarly, even too low temperatures can result in performance drops, in this case due to the variation in the mixture’s vaporization phenomenon.
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