Why Is a Fan Cooled Engine Slower Than a Liquid?

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Liquid cooled vs. air cooled?

It is a rumor. There are plenty of air cooled engines that last a very long time. A liquid cooled engine is usually more stressed to produce more horsepower so they have to be liquid cooled to ke... Read More »

How to Make Your Own Liquid Cooled Beer Line?

A common cause of unwanted foam in draft beer is when beer has warmed up in the vinyl line between the faucet and the keg. Ideally, that beer line should be chilled. Forced cold air is the most com... Read More »

What engine is in the Smart car and is it air-cooled?

The original, standard "smart fortwo" model available in the United States has a 1-liter, 3-cylinder, in-line engine, running on standard gasoline. The engine is liquid-cooled with standard coolant... Read More »

How to Repair Air-Cooled Engine Fins?

On some motorcycle engines, as well as many other types of small engines, fins are incorporated into the body of the cylinder and head blocks to allow heat to dissipate through them. As air passes ... Read More »