The Improved Two Cycle Internal Combustion Engine is an internal combustion engine with enhanced features for improved efficiency.
Inventor LaVaughn C. Weland of Cadillac, MI has created an internal combustion engine with enhanced features for improved efficiency.
Inventor Weland was left a four-cylinder two-cycle engine with opposed pistons. He always wanted to hear the engine run for himself, but he had to finish some assembly first. Once he got it all together, he could only keep the engine running for a minute or two at a time. During the winter, he broke down the engine. When he took off the primary housing from the top of the engine and pulled off the cylinder, he discovered that one of the primary pistons had broken loose from the piston rods. After looking over the entire engine, Inventor Weland could see that the primary assembly and pistons were too light to hold up under long-term use. Thats when he thought, why not remove all primary pistons and parts to simplify the engine with two power pistons? Once this was done, it totally changed the engines performance. Inventor Weland was able to start and run it for as long as he wanted! This experience led to his creation of the Improved Two Cycle Internal Combustion Engine.
The invention is a two-cycle internal combustion engine that is adapted from an existing four-cylinder engine. This is the only two cycle known to run on regular gasoline and is the only two cycle engine that uses no pre-mix oil. It improves fuel mileage. It reduces wear and tear on all engine components. It also lowers the overall engine weight. It is a green product. To learn more and for manufacturing, retail, wholesale, distribution, or licensing opportunities act now!