Whenever we heard about Heavy engine bikes or Sports bikes one thing every time strikes our mind. How do these engines get cooled and perform very well without stopping or breaking? Most of us know very well that bikes engines are cooled by Air passing through the Fringes covering engine which dissipates heat precisely. Yes, this is true but it is only applicable in Small engines so again the same Question rises and here is the difference between Air cooled vs Liquid cooled vs Oil cooled which one is better

Let’s checkout;

Air cooled Technique:

Air cooled vs Liquid cooled

  • It is one of the most used techniques for cooling engine by dissipating heat from the surface of Fringes of the engine.
  • It can be only used in Small Engines which is below 200cc.
  • It costs ZERO money for applying this Technique for the companies which directly decreases the Cost of Bike.
  • The efficiency of an engine is quite low as it can be increased by Using Oil cooling and Liquid cooling.
  • We can find Air cooling technique in the daily use bikes and it is offered by each and every Mid range Bike company like- Hero (Splendor, Passion Pro, CBZ Xtreme, Hunk and many more), TVS (Star City, Sport, Victor and many more), Bajaj (CT 100, Discover, Platina and many more).

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Air cooled vs Liquid cooled Technique:

Air cooled vs Liquid cooled

  • It is the combination of ANTI-FREEZE and water in the appropriate ratio which we commonly use in Cars.
  • It is the Most advanced cooling technique in the Bike segment for cooling engine by dissipating heat from the surface of Fringes of the engine.
  • It is the Technique which is used for all the bikes having 200cc to 1000cc engines.
  • It is an advanced cooling technique so it costs really high even in the servicing of this technique.
  • This technique directly increases the Performance and Efficiency of heavy engine bikes by cooling the engines.
  • We can find the Liquid Cooling technique in some bikes which we can see on the roads like- Bajaj (Pulsar RS200, Pulsar 200NS, Dominor 400), TVS (Apache RTR 200 4V), KTM (all bikes), UM (all bikes) and much more.

Air cooled vs Liquid cooled vs Oil cooled:

Air cooled vs Liquid cooled

  • It is one of the commonly used Cooling Technique in the bikes having more than 100cc engines but less than 200cc for cooling engine by dissipating heat from the surface of Fringes of the engine.
  • This technique cannot be used in the Heavy engine bikes which are more than 200cc because there is a pipe which connects Engine oil chamber to the fringe and came back to the chamber and it is cooled by the Air passing through the pipe containing oil.
  • It is a budget-friendly technique but it costs a little bit higher than Air cooling technique.
  • We can find the Oil Cooling technique in some bikes which we can see on the roads like- Bajaj (Pulsar 150, Pulsar 180, Pulsar 220, Avenger 220), TVS (Apache RTR 180), Yamaha (R15, Fz 16, Fazer), Hero Karizma ZMR, Royal Enfield Thunderbird Twinspark and much more.

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