Views
8 months ago

MOTOREX Magazine 2004 71 EN

  • Text
  • Motorex
  • Motor
  • Ortho
  • Products
  • Swisscut
  • Materials
  • Environmental
  • Supplied
  • Langenthal
  • Outstanding
MOTOREX_Magazine_2004_71_en

Highlight Motor oil The

Highlight Motor oil The MOTOREX barrel has a long tradition but, like the brand and company it represents, still continues to develop. This development is now reflected in the drum’s new design. The days of sluggish one or twocylinder 4-stroke engines for motorcycles are past. The latest models demonstrate that modern 4-stroke engines still harbor significant potential for performance. Motor oil plays a significant role as a “construction factor” in this development. Revamped drum design 4-stroke innovation The new drum design is intended to express more strongly the intrinsic values – i.e. the high quality – of MOTOREX’s range of lubricants and care and cleaning products. There’s no doubt that the MOTOREX drum is an important “ambassador” for the brand. The proof can be seen throughout Switzerland and in the main export markets every single day. The drums, in their unmistakable eye-catching MOTOREX green draw attention to themselves everywhere – just as they have been doing since the MOTOREX brand was launched in 1947. Engines revving, front tires are straining against the bars of the starting gate; only seconds to go before the pack is released… these are tense moments that every motocross competitor knows intimately. Inside the engine, the same tension is building. With lightning response, the moving parts on the crankshaft must accelerate to the required speed and must transfer the torque with the minimum possible loss. Front-cover starts of the type delivered by multiple-time world champions such as Stefan Everts are possible only with the correct material and absolute mastery of the sport. Increasingly lighter 4-stroke engines New materials and manufacturing processes enable tremendous savings in weight. Coupled with multiple-valve technology and modern ignition systems, maximum power can now be wrung out of every drop of fuel. The results are instant response and significantly higher output and torque over a wide range of speeds. Achieving these goals also involves increasingly tighter clearances. In a KTM 450 SX Racing engine, only 0.04 millimeters separate the piston from the cylinder. Given their average piston velocity of 36.7 m/s, the metal surfaces must slide on a hydrodynamic film of motor oil at all times in order to ensure that they are pro- tected from wear. The purpose of these increasingly tighter clearances is the best possible utilization of the combustion pressure. Fully synthetic CROSS POWER 4T SAE 10W/50 With the development of its new multiviscosity CROSS POWER 4T motor oil in SAE 10W/50, MOTOREX has broken new ground in the advancement of the latest generation of high-performance 4-stroke bike engines. Fully synthetic base oils and a sophisticated additive package guarantee that the lubricant will meet the stringent demands placed on it over its entire range of application. Proven on the racecourse, the outstanding coupling behavior of CROSS POWER 4T is convincing, and it prevents undesired slippage of multiple-disk clutches in the oil bath under all conditions. This feature is underscored by compliance with the JASO MA specification. In close cooperation with KTM and various motocross teams, CROSS POWER 4T was tested over a long period under every conceivable condition. It is therefore eminently suitable for use in the latest generation of all 4-stroke off-road bikes. 10 6 7 Photos: supplied KTM The pistons, moving at up to 36.7 meters per second, are separated from the cylinders by a clearance of only 0.04 millimeters. The current crankshaft for the KTM 250 SX is roughly 200 g lighter. The engine responds instantly and revs up without hesitation.

MOTOREX MAGAZINE

MOTOREX Magazine - Deutsch

MOTOREX_Magazine_2017_110_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2017_109_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2016_108_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2016_107_de
Racing_Report2015_de_web
MOTOREX_Magazine_2015_106_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2015_105_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2015_104_de
Racing_Report_2014_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2014_103_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2014_102_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2014_101_de
Racing_Report_2013_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2013_99_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2013_98_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2013_100_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2012_97_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2012_96_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2012_95_de
broschuere_Racing_Deutsch_2011
MOTOREX_Magazine_2011_94_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2011_93_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2011_92_de
MOTOREX Magazine 2010 91 DE
MOTOREX Magazine 2010 90 DE
MOTOREX Magazine 2010 89 DE
MOTOREX_Magazine_2009_88_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2009_87_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2009_86_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2008_85_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2008_84_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2008_83_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2007_82_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2007_81_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2007_80_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2006_79_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2006_78_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2006_77_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2004_73_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2004_72_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2004_71_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2003_70_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2003_69_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2003_68_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2002_67_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2002_66_de
MOTOREX_Magazine_2002_65_de
Motorex_Revue_1981_01_defr

MOTOREX Magazine - Français

MOTOREX Magazine 2018 113 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2018 112 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2018 111 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2017 110 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2017 109 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2016 108 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2016 107 FR
MOTOREX Racing Report 2015 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2015 106 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2015 105 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2015 104 FR
MOTOREX Racing Report 2014 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2014 103 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2014 102 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2014 101 FR
MOTOREX Racing Report 2013 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2013 99 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2013 98 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2013 100 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2012 97 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2012 96 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2012 95 FR
MOTOREX Racing Report 2011 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2011 94 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2011 93 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2011 92 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2010 91 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2010 90 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2010 89 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2009 88 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2009 87 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2009 86 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2008 85 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2008 84 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2008 83 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2007 82 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2007 81 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2007 80 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2006 79 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2006 78 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2006 77 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2005 76 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2005 75 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2005 74 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2004 73 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2004 72 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2004 71 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2003 70 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2003 69 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2003 68 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2002 67 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2002 66 FR
MOTOREX Magazine 2002 65 FR
MOTOREX Revue 1981 01 DE

MOTOREX Magazine - Svenska

MOTOREX Magazine - English

Racing_Report_2014_en
14_0471_MOT_Magazine102_EN_RGB
14_0053_MOT_Magazine101_EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2009 88 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2009 87 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2009 86 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2008 85 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2008 83 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2007 81 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2007 80 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2006 79 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2006 78 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2006 77 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2005 76 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2005 75 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2005 74 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2004 73 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2004 72 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2004 71 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2003 70 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2003 69 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2003 68 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2002 67 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2002 66 EN
MOTOREX Magazine 2002 65 EN

MOTOREX Magazine - Deutsch (Österreich)

BROCHURES