How am I doing and what’s on your mind?
We are a few posts in I’d like to take a moment to ensure that the most important part of Moto Mind is being taken care of. That part would be you, the reader. Me filling up this blog with content that none of you need or care about would put me on the fast track to having my own online diary! I don’t need a diary for my mental health, I have plenty of fast motorcycles to ride to keep me sane.
What I do want is to create a dialogue between you, my readers, and myself so that I can better serve your needs and interests when it comes to your bikes. Over the past four posts I’ve hit on a few topics I feel should benefit all of you. Have you gotten a chance to think about or use them? Any thoughts or tips on your end concerning warming up your engine and piston ring end gap? You guys are the most important part of this dialogue and hearing from you is the ticket to making my time here on Thumper Talk worthwhile.
Along with working in some of the content you want to see, I also want to share some of the topics I’m getting pumped to post about. On the technical side, I am going to post an in-depth look at engine balance, continue to post on successful engine building practices, and discuss the importance of keeping a log of the maintenance you perform on your engine.
In addition to the technical content I am also planning on taking you through the complete design of a single cylinder two-stroke engine. As I design I am going to explain the process, creating an open door policy on how an engine is designed and why. The two-stroke engine is one of my passions and I would like to see a resurgence of it as a viable powertrain platform for sport vehicles. My aim is to teach you how the two-stroke can be produced using a more clean and efficient design.
I hope you’re excited as I am about these upcoming topics. My aim is that this knowledge can serve you as much as it has served me. Give me a holler through the comments below and fill me in on what you want to see more of and what you want to learn about. Moto Mind is merely the sum of its readers and riders.
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