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carburetor

slang A hole on the side of a bong or other pipe that affects airflow. One typically covers the carburetor to allow smoke to fill the chamber and then uncovers it to inhale the smoke. Hold the carburetor and then release the smoke and inhale.
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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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The engine intake system had its original carburetor connected as shown in Figure 4.
On a Marvel-Schebler carb, as on an automotive carb, the idle speed adjustment is made with a set-screw on the low-RPM stop at the throttle arm on the carburetor. Make adjustments as needed to bring the idle RPM back to 650-750.
Thanks to tight emission controls and the never-ending quest for better mileage, the carburetor has largely left the automotive market but remains in widespread use on piston aircraft engines.
TOM: Go online, and see if you can find an already-rebuilt carburetor for your 1968 Chevy truck.
Start by shooting a one-second burst of aerosol lubricant or carburetor cleaner down the throat of the carburetor.
In designing the producer gas carburetor, simplicity and ruggedness have always been considered as a basic requirement to achieve easy adjustment and reproducible performance.
You will need plenty of clean, lint-free rags; some carburetor cleaner (visit your local auto parts store; I prefer aerosol carb cleaner); glass, glazed-ceramic or metal containers (or plastic that you know won't be dissolved by the cleaner); eye protection; and chemically stable gloves.
In addition, the carburetor is designed to improve fuel economy, according to the company.
Produced in January-July last year, 84 Vulcan Classic and 149 Vulcan 400 Drifter machines could leak oil due to defective parts in the carburetors, Kawasaki said in a report to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport.
Lakes are polluted by MTBE when two-stroke engines spew unburned fuel from their carburetors; two-stroke engines typically expel about one-third of their fuel.
The ministry also ordered Nansei Sekiyu to inspect carburetors and told the prefectural government to secure stable LPG supplies in the prefecture, while the local government ordered the company to stop shipments of the gas and recall the products.
At the shipping dock, the right items get shipped in the right quantities and the manufacturer knows it, That makes invoices more accurate and improves cash flow The lawn mower builder enjoys streamlined handling at its receiving dock and can minimize the amount of time it holds the carburetors, trimming those costs.
Market-leader Maruti was the worst hit as all its models still have carburetors. To meet Euro 1 standards would mean equipping al) its cars with fuel-injection and catalytic converters.
Magneti Marelli produces around 250 of the big carburetors a day for GM and its aftermarket sales efforts.
Hard parts include brake parts, exhaust parts, ride control, steering and suspension parts, alternators, carburetors and related kits, fuel and water pumps, radiators, belts, hoses, transmission parts, clutch parts, joints, gaskets, pistons, pins and piston rings, valves and valve train components, anti-friction bearings, engine bearings and seals.