18 August 2011
New Products Offer More Power
The Latest Product Announcements
With the growing popularity of the motorized bicycle and the DIY bicycle engine kits, many new products have been developed to meet the growing need to produce more power out of bicycle engines.
In this series of blog posts, we will be introducing and explaining the latest products that have been introduced into the market.
The BIS-Racing Boost Bottle Induction Kit:
Coming Soon from spookytoothycycles.com
This is one of the easiest ways to produce more power out of your bike motor without sacrificing safety or reliability.
The Boost Bottle Induction Kit is designed to store atomized fuel molecules in its chamber and forces them into the engine during operations, effectively expanding the intake area of your engine.
By doing so, the bottle(s) provides a “Boost” or supercharge effect. As well, this performance enhancer helps your bicycle engine to run 3-4 times smoother and decreases the vibration in the engine which helps to alleviate the problem of vibration in the handlebars.
Overall, you can expect a MPH gain of about 4-6 MPH.
For you technical folk out there, here’s how the Boost Bottle Induction Kit works: As the engine draws in air and fuel from the intake manifold, the spark plug fires this mixtures which pushes the piston down and in the processes also pushes a small amount of the air/fuel mixture back through the manifold and into the carburetor. So at this point, you have air/fuel being pushed into the manifold as well as being pulled out of the manifold. You end up with a double rich mixture of this turbulent mixture inside the manifold which causes rough idle and hesitation. The Boost Bottle kit provides storage for this pre-atomized fuel air mixture. As the piston goes through the next cycle, it draws in a fresh mixture of air and fuel but this time, it also draws in the atomized fuel stored inside the Boost bottle. This subsequently increases power throughout the low to midrange power band which eliminates bogging.
Stay tuned! We’ll be providing more information on other performance enhancement features very soon!