Hear me out. SO I had this idea to increase the operation of the intake system on piston port engines. Using a small electric motor at very high rpm, and a mini propeller meant to blow air, it may be possible to keep a constant directional flow of air and mixture in the direction of the engine at low RPMs, increasing torque.
The system would only require a battery wired to a switch and would last a long time. Some mini electric RC motors spin up to 100,000 RPM in 5 milliseconds. With the right propeller that outta keep the mixture moving towards the case. For piston ports, keeping more mixture in the case, and ready to enter the cylinder would technically raise power considerably. It would be even better of the speed of the motor could be tuned depending on if the moped is running in a lean or rich condition. It could either be combined with the air intake or a separate sealed connection. My only concern is combining electricity so close to the fuel, which could be very dangerous.
But there are waterproof electric RC motors meant for underwater use that could possibly be a safer option. Even if only as a concept, what do you guys think? It'd be great if the 2 stroke experts of Moped Army could weigh in on this one.