Do carbureted bikes have rev limiters?

Do carbureted bikes have rev limiters?

Yes for the most part they have a limiter.

Do old cars have a rev limiter?

Most [modern] cars, if not all of them, have rev limiters, regardless of the transmission type. Most, if not all, if your car is fuel injected. Older cars do not have this limiter in most cases.

Do all engines have rev limiters?

Yes, pretty much every car has a rev limiter, and modern ones are always controlled by the ECU. Rev limiters are usually done one of two ways – by cutting the amount of fuel injected (fuel cut) or by not firing the spark plugs (spark cut).

Do carbureted engines have ecus?

A FuelTech ECU can be installed on a carbureted engine with a distributor, crank trigger or a coil on plug setup. On a carbureted engine the FuelTech ECU can be used to control functions other than fuel delivery such as timing control, datalogging, boost control, nitrous control, and drag racing traction control.

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Why do motorcycle engines rev so high?

Motorcycle engines have very short strokes, which characterizes with: It allows higher RPM (because piston has shorter distance to pass, which means shorter cycle time, which means higher number of RPMs) Higher maximum power per same displacement (but torque is not higher) Higher fuel consumption.

Do 4 stroke dirt bikes have rev limiters?

Do diesel engines have rev limiters?

Any car with an ECU petrol or diesel has a rev limiter. Mechanically controlled diesels would not have rev limiters and would keep reving until you see bit of the engine protuding through the bonnet.

Do classic cars have ECUs?

No, not really. ECUs work on EFI(electronic fuel injection) which was invented in ’66 by Volkswagen. Even then, it still was not very common- most cars still ran a carburetor.

What did cars have before ECUs?

Before ECUs, air–fuel mixture, ignition timing, and idle speed were mechanically set and dynamically controlled by mechanical and pneumatic means. If the ECU has control over the fuel lines, then it is referred to as an electronic engine management system (EEMS).