Stroke 2: Squeeze. Second in a Four-Part Series – Quicksilver Q Crew
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Stroke 2: Squeeze. Second in a Four-Part Series

Engineers would refer to this phase as “compression,” but we like “squeeze.” All valves closed and and the piston and ring assembly rushing upward to turn a little air and fuel into a horsepower-producing bomb. Ah, it’s a beautiful thing. In fact, we think its even art; the hardware is sculpture and the diagrams make the perfect wall deco for the aesthetically minded petrol head.

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Keep it beautiful:

Quicksilver Full Synthetic Motor Oil

Mercury Precision Lubricants

 

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