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Ignition

Ignition Spark plugs ignite fuel/air mixture.

As the chamber passes over the spark plugs, they fire to ignite the mixture. All modern Wankel engines have two spark plugs to ensure that the fuel/air mixture burns evenly throughout the chamber.

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