Cooling system

The cooling system cools high-temperature parts such as the cylinder head, cylinders, and pistons to the appropriate temperature so that the engine can continue to be operated normally.
The optimal temperature around the engine cylinders is approximately 80°C. If cooled excessively, fuel will not vaporize sufficiently, causing fuel combustion to be poor.
Although cooling systems are normally air-cooled or water-cooled, other types also exist such as liquid-cooled types that use oil, as well as steam-cooled types that remove heat through the evaporation of steam.

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