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carburetor

n. a device for smoking cannabis that mixes the smoke with air. (Drugs.) I have a carburetor with the rest of my stash.
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This is being supported by the carburetor industry to tune the carburetor for the single cylinder engine to meet the required emission norms without sacrificing the fuel efficiency and driveability To meet upcoming stringent emission norms without sacrificing the customer requirements such as low price, performance, high fuel economy, etc.
Problem determined to be fuel starvation: The boss in the bottom of the carburetor which receives the mixture shaft had rotated counter-clockwise in its housing, with the effect of pulling the mixture control knob.
TOM: Go online, and see if you can find an already-rebuilt carburetor for your 1968 Chevy truck.
It may take quite a few pulls to suck the new gas into the carburetor, so be prepared to clean and dry the plug a few more times.
CFD Simulations are carried out on the producer gas carburetor geometric model as shown in Figure 1.
Take special care with the little orifices you see in the carburetor body and in some of the valves.
Again, these findings are in contrast with published literature that says that poisoning from inhaling methanol-containing carburetor cleaners usually does not require aggressive treatment.
The single unit mounts on the butterfly valve and directly replaces a conventional carburetor.
Quite frankly, the modification done to the carburetor is more to enhance fuel economy than it was performance,'' Darby said.
The system alerts the pilot to turn on carburetor heat to avoid the buildup of ice in the carburetor, a condition that can cause engine failure.
said Monday it will recall a total of 5,040 scooters of one model for free repair of defective wiring in equipment for warming a carburetor when the temperature is low.
Just recently Lake replaced the carburetor in her '68 Chevy three-quarter-ton pickup--the one she drives whenever she's not tooling around Seattle in her beloved 2001 Audi Quattro TT, a car so newfangled she concedes she wouldn't think to try to fix it herself.
RFID can be used from the beginning of carburetor production to actual use of the finished mower.
Suzuki has found a solution by modifying the catalyst and still meeting Euro 1 norms with a carburetor, but Maruti has still lost $21 million in revenue.
Lest you think that size is the only characteristic distinguishing the 066M, take a look at this: A light-emitting diode (LED) is located immediately above the carburetor adjustments.