How to Overcome a Smoky Motor

How to deal with a steamy motor until it disappears at all should be of special concern to my friend.




The reason is, the new motor output, especially the 4-stroke motor, has been designed so as not to explode (soon to be released).


Therefore, if your motorcycle catches fire, it is certain that there are several components in the engine that are damaged.


Usually the cause of the engine bulging comes from oil and fuel. The smoke produced by both has a different color.


Where as soon as possible because the oil will be white, while the smoke from the fuel will be black.


This can happen to all types of 4-stroke motorcycles, whether automatic, duck, or sport.


Thick black smoke is usually only found in the motor carburetor.


Therefore, now many friends are using injection motors to minimize the occurrence of motor flares.


This is because thick black smoke has a very pungent odor in the nose and is certainly not good for breathing.


Conditions that cause a motor to bubble are usually triggered by a malfunction or incorrect adjustment.


The reason is, the motor carburetor still uses manual adjustment, so it is prone to errors.


In addition, the injection motor inflates very rarely because the adjustment is done with the help of a computer, so errors usually made by mechanics can be minimized.


Usually if there are bubbles in the injection motor, the color of the smoke released is white, not black like a carburetor motor. This indicates the presence of damage to the motor parts.


In this case Mas Sena will share information on how to overcome a burning motor based on the causes of its supporters.


Worn piston rings are one of the most common causes of engine swelling.


On a motorcycle, the ring is divided into two types, namely the compression ring and the oil ring.


The two rings are divided based on their respective functions, where the compression ring has a function to tighten the gap between the piston and the cylinder block, so that the compression pressure does not leak.


The oil ring itself has a function to prevent oil from coming out of the crank chamber which then enters the combustion chamber.


Usually if this problem comes from the piston ring, the white motor is immediately removed.


Because the ring is not perfect, the ring can be made into the combustion chamber through the existing gap.


The gap in the second ring will be bigger if the ring is worn.


Thus, the function of the oil ring itself cannot run optimally, which can cause oil from the oil tank to enter the fuel chamber.


Therefore, due to problems with the engine, as soon as possible the motor output will turn white.


However, the motor flashing white is only a symptom of a malfunction in the motor. A nice side effect of piston ring wear is that the engine won't start during the day, and it can even reduce engine power.

 

How to Overcome a Steamy Motor Engine


The only way to deal with a bloated motor caused by worn piston rings is to replace it with a new ring.


However, not just anyone can replace the piston ring. This is because the position of the piston ring is at the heart of the engine.


So, to replace the piston ring, the engine must be launched first.


Engine Cylinder / Linner Wear


Worn out engine cylinders/liners are another cause of engine bulge.


Direct damage that occurs to the cylinder is usually related to piston ring damage.


This is because the cylinder and piston ring have a way of working that rubs against each other when the motor is operated.


Therefore, if the engine cylinder wears out, it can allow oil to enter the combustion chamber.


So that the oil that enters the combustion chamber will cause the motor to turn white.


A side effect of worn engine cylinders is that the motor is difficult to start in the morning or when the engine is cold.


The way to deal with bloated motors due to worn engine cylinders is to re-lathe the engine cylinders or do a bore up.


Apparently, how to overcome this damage can not be done by just anyone. The reason must be done down the engine first.

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