I am most interested in tackling engine cylinder and valve wear issues. How do you reduce wear in the head area? Also, would dual spark plugs per cylinder be of any benefit? I have taken a look at split-cycle engine designs, as they seem to offer some efficiency and wear benefits. Ideally, it would be nice to reduce the maintenance intervals to a point comparable to any other type of home heating system, and maximize the efficiency of the engine for electrical production. Please offer some suggestions!!
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