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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 paper illustrates the development of a cost effective smart engine management system for two wheeler application to meet the upcoming emission norms with some modification from the conventional carburetor system.
At the end of the day, carburetors and fuel-injection systems perform the same tasks, just differently.
RAY: It sounds like your carburetor is flooding and liquid gas is coming out the vents.
Also present on the site are toxic solvents from the carburetor manufacturing process known as trichloroethylene, or TCE.
Start by shooting a one-second burst of aerosol lubricant or carburetor cleaner down the throat of the carburetor.
In gas carburetor the mixing of air and gaseous fuels needs to be in a proper ratio for a particular engine load and speed.
How do I clean the carburetor on a small engine if old gas has clogged it?
Champion said about 60 percent of its sales are for re-manufactured carburetors, which is a rapidly declining market since no American vehicles have been produced with carburetors since 1988.
has announced the release of a new electronic gas carburetor for small, rich-burn, gaseous-fueled engines.
x]) and carbon monoxide, combustor makers incorporate premixers that function much like carburetors in old ear engines.
Daytona International Speedway and Talladega Superspeedway are the two tracks that NASCAR requires teams to put restrictor plates on the cars' carburetors.
The kerosene and water carburetors were made without floats and needle valves.
But this was toy weaponry, made by assembling pipes, old carburetors, and pieces of scrap.
Fuel crystalizes or becomes sludge in fuel lines, carburetors, fuel pumps, solenoid valves, and check valves.