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Exhaust control valve for internal combustion engine










Image Number 3 for United States Patent #7367295.

An exhaust valve assembly for a two stroke internal combustion engine having a cylinder with at least one main exhaust port and one auxiliary exhaust port is disclosed. The assembly comprises a main exhaust valve for at least partially closing the main exhaust port, an auxiliary exhaust valve for at least partially closing the auxiliary exhaust port, an actuator for actuating the main exhaust valve and the auxiliary exhaust valve, the actuator including a rotary shaft having a first gear and a second gear, the rotary shaft being operatively connected to the main exhaust valve via the first gear, the rotary shaft being operatively connected to the auxiliary exhaust valve via the second gear, an electric motor operatively connected to the rotary shaft for rotating the rotary shaft.








 
 
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