Podcast: Why Doesn't the Scuderi Engine Need Twice the Cylinders?

Posted on 3 September 2009 | 1 Comments

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As the Scuderi Engine continues to draw interest and attention around the world, we continue to hear a few of the same questions again and again. One of the most frequently asked questions we hear is this one: If the Scuderi Engine uses two cylinders to do the same thing that a four-stroke engine does with one, why doesn't it take twice the number of cylinders to power the Scuderi Engine?  In this podcast, Sal Scuderi explains why.





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  • I'm trying to understand why one compression cylinder, is not use for 3 combustion cylinders, for more torque. Why aren't you maxing your torque at 3600 rpms? Why not a outside source for compression, like a electric pump?

    Posted by Frank, 14/04/2010 1:46am (4 years ago)

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