Importance of motorcycle engine warm-up


In the process of daily use of the car, many users use […]

In the process of daily use of the car, many users use motorcycles to run the car immediately. It is not clear that the engine needs to be warmed up. The warming up of the engine is essential to extend the life of the engine.

Normally, after the motorcycle is left overnight, the oil will return to the crankcase, and the pistons and piston rings are basically no longer lubricated with oil. At this time, if the car is driven away immediately after starting the car, it will enter immediately because of the lack of sufficient lubricating oil in the cylinder head. After the working condition, the combustion chamber heats up quickly. The high temperature causes a small amount of engine oil remaining in the cylinder head to withstand high temperatures and carbonize and dry out. It is very easy to cause wear and tear of the piston piston ring of the middle cylinder. Seriously, if you do not pay attention to check the engine oil, it may cause the engine oil to dry out seriously and cause a cylinder pull.

The purpose of preheating is to let the oil lubricate the various parts and make the engine temperature reach the operating temperature. Among them, lubrication is the most important. When we start the engine, when the oil has not yet come up from the oil pan, it will only be partially lubricated. The engine is damaged by the parts, but the time is very short, only about one tenth of a second. If the warm-up time is not enough, it means that less than one minute will cause the engine to not sufficiently lubricate the entire engine. It is damaged. On the contrary, if the warm-up time is too long, if someone is okay, let it heat for a minute or twenty. In addition to wasting gasoline, it will cause oil and gas to mix into the crankcase or incomplete combustion of gasoline to form carbon particles. Included in engine oil, this will accelerate the deterioration of engine oil and cause carbon deposits on cylinder heads, pistons, and valves.