For many people, the two-stroke engine was a phenomenon of the 50s and 60s. It has been the powerhouse of Grand Prix racers, small motor bikes and outboard engines, but some feel its life is almost at an end. Gordon Blair has devoted his working life to developing the device. He feels it has yet to reach its potential.
Gordon Blair argues that, far from being outmoded, the two-stroke engine has yet to reach its potential. He has devoted much of his working life to developing the device, and much evidence exists to support his opinion. A look at the future of what for many people is a phenomenon of the 50s and 60s - the noisy and smoky power behind Grand Prix racers, small motorbikes, mopeds and outboard engines.
Gordon Blair advocates the two-stroke engine, often regarded as noisy and smoky. There is much evidence to support his opinion that, far from being a thing of the past, it has yet to reach its potential.