Brian Martin,Freelance adviser
WOW, that is amazing interesting! Being I am not a motor guy at all, I appreciate that explanation that makes total common sense!The idea is to stretch out the firing order so that you have a cylinder firing every 45 degrees instead of every 90 degrees. Motor #1 would fire at 0-90-180-270-360-450-540 and 630. Motor #2 would fire at 45-135-225-315-405-495-585 and 675. This way, it really wouldn't matter how much power was being applied to the crank by either motor because in between firing impulses with one motor, zero is being applied to the crank. This way, with staggering the firing orders, SOME power is being applied to the crank every 45 degrees instead of every 90 degrees, no matter if the power is equal or unequal.........:thumbup:
OK Tony, your turn to try to unravel it..........