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car·bu·ret

(kar'bū-ret),
1. Archaic term for carbide.
2. To combine with carbon.
3. To enrich a gas with volatile hydrocarbons, as in a carburetor.
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Carburetted water gasification produces a gas that averages 57% hydrogen, 15% methane, 24% carbon monoxide, and traces of other gases.
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But while the Adventure and Super Duke now use an updated 999cc fuel injected version, the Super Enduro - like the SM - retains the original 942cc carburetted engine.
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This new system, called the Carburetted Engine Management System (CEMS), will be supplied to NACCO Materials Handling Group, Inc.
The ever tightening emissions regime in Europe is forcing a change in motorcycle manufacturers away from the conventional carburetted two stroke engine.