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4-stroke engine cylinder is a type of internal combustion engine. The term four stroke refers to the number of steps in the cycle that the engine utilizes to create power. This is in contrast to the two-stroke engine which employs a two-step cycle to convert fuel into energy. The two-stroke engine is commonly used for smaller scale applications such as for small motorcycles, motor scooters, snowmobiles, lawn mowers, and chainsaws. The four stroke engine is generally used for larger applications than a two stroke engine and is the most common type of engine used in automobiles today.

4-stroke engine cylinder is an ingenious and practical design that has powered millions of vehicles. It produces a large amount of power in an efficient and effective manner. It also generally produces less pollution and lasts longer than a two stroke engine. The four stroke engine was created by Nicolas Otto in the mid 1800s. In honor of Otto, the four stroke engine cycle is sometimes referred to as the Otto Cycle, and the four stroke engine is sometimes known as the Otto Engine. The four main strokes or steps that make up the cycle of a four stroke engine are intake, compression, combustion, and exhaust.

4-stroke engine cylinder includes a breather chamber for separating blow-by gas and oil mist produced in the internal combustion engine. A vehicle-carried 4-stroke cycle internal combustion engine includes a valve chamber wherein a valve motion is accommodated between a cylinder head and a head cover, a cam chain chamber formed from the cylinder head and the cylinder head cover for accommodating a cam chain, a driven sprocket wheel around which the cam chain is wrapped, and a breather chamber formed between an upper portion of the head cover and the valve chamber. A barrier is formed in an actuate shape opposing to and extending along an outer circumference of the driven sprocket wheel. The barrier is provided sideward of the driven sprocket wheel on the breather chamber side.

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