60cc Bike Fabrication

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FABRICATION OF 60cc MINI-BIKE Abstract- Our objective is to design and fabricate a 60cc engine bike. For that, we used a TVS 50CC engine and we made many changes in that. We have changed 50cc to 60cc.We have fixed a free flow silencer to be better in both performances wise and noise wise and gives good pick up while comparing with other bikes. Acceleration is perfect in order to gain the maximum speed of the bike. Our bike is done with good reliability and efficiency. Our bike uses a free flow silencer, which is better in performance wise as well as noise wise, because the more muffler we use, the more power we lose. Suspension?s height is increased for the comfort of the driver. We used a tank with more fuel capacity for this bike, which…show more content…
Despite that, they are also used in diesel compression ignition engines operating in large, weight-insensitive applications, such as marine propulsion, railway locomotives and electricity generation. In a two-stroke engine, the heat transfer from the engine to the cooling system is less than in a four-stroke, which means that two-stroke engines are more efficient. However, crankcase-compression two-stroke engines, such as the common small gasoline-powered engines, create more exhaust emissions than four-stroke engines because their petrol lubrication mixture is also burned in the engine, due to the engine's total-loss oiling…show more content…
The engine is tuned from 50cc to 60cc and it is the major implementation in our two wheeler. The chassis is the integral part of the bike that carry engine, petrol tank and seat. To reduce the weight of the bike, we have modified the frame design and created our own design. The new design is made on the CATIA V5 and it had its analyse in the Ansys software which is commonly used. Welding is the essential tool to build the chassis, so welding is used to join all the rods to make into frame. The transmission type was the usual chain drive which is very efficient. The engine is equipped with dry clutch plate and the clutch system consists of clutch housing, clutch bell, clutch plates, sims. The transmission of the bike is proceeded from the clutch housing and belt which is connected to the peddle shaft, and from the peddle shaft, the chain is connected to the rear wheel that makes the wheel to rotate. The ignition coil is fitted on the crank shaft of the other side of the roller chain. For the suspension of the bike hydraulic damper had been used on the rear side, so that it prevents effectively from jerks on the roads and from speed breakers too. On the front wheel, telescopic forks had been used for the suspension which is very suitable on bad road conditions and jerks from pits or speed breakers. 16-inch wheel was used for the bike as it meets the requirements and to maintain good

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