Information System Analysis and Design Literature and Communication Engineering Materials Criminal Law Business Management Introduction to Business United States Philosophy Political sciences Generic Advanced Physics Security Analysis Engineering Physics Management Biology & Chemistry Basic Electrical Engineering Engineering Psychology Internet and Java Programming Political Science Consumer Behaviour Economics Management Information Systems Finance Applied Physics Social Psychology Physics Biostatistics Computer Graphics and Animation Financial Management Fundamentals of Information Technology General Pharmacy Java Programming Software Engineering Statistics Aerospace Engineering Effective Business Communication English Grammar Managerial Economics American (United States) History Questions on universities Agronomy Network Technologies and TCP/IP Civil procedure Medicine and Pharma Communication Skills Accounting Law of Torts Operating System Law Business Law Behavioural Science Professional Communication for Pharmacists Microeconomics On Docsity Biological Systems Statistics and Economics Mathematics Geochemistry Electronics and Communication Fundamentals of Operating Systems Computer Programming Methods in Psychology Pharmacy Biochemistry Biology Object Oriented Programming Human Resource Management Statistics for Psychologists Computer Architecture Advanced Computer Architecture Botony Computer science Analytical Chemistry Digital electronics Psycology & Sociology Business Administration Sociology Data Communication and Computer Networks Soil Mechanics and Foundations History Developmental Psychology Project Management Pyhsics and AstroPhysics Introduction to the Science and Engg Languages History & Philosophy Job and Internships Chemistry Fuzzy Intelligence Computer Fundamentals Business System Boilers and Welding The Physics of Everyday Life Economic Theory Admission tests College Physics A

Why different types of sound are produced in different bikes, though

0 votes

May 13th, 2013 17:09
in Thermodynamics by astarloa (City University of New York (NY), General history)

Why different types of sound are produced in different bikes, though they run on SI Engines?

We are having a combined study session and we are stuck at this question. Please provide the solution.

1 Answers
0 votes

September 26th, 2013 13:09
norris (University of Cambridge, Macroeconomia)

Engine specifications are different in different manufactures like as Bore Diameter (CC), Ignition timing. Also the exhaust passage takes more responsible for sound. Source:

Please log in or register to add a comment.