How Does a Boat Motor Work?


There is one difference that a boat motor has than a car engine is that it has one cylinder that operates in two or four-stage cycles. A car motor has a gearbox. You can find more information here:
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How Does a Boat Motor Work?
A boat motor works like a car engine. It contains a series of piston heads in cylinders that move up and down. These pistons are connected to a crank shaft, which is turned as the pistons move up and down. The force that drives the pistons and causes... More »
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