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carburetor

A drug subculture term for the stem attachment for a crack cocaine pipe.
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? Prime Minister Winston Churchill (top) with Sir Miles Thomas walking outside one of the buildings nat the Wolseley works and (above) a woman working on SU carburettors talking with the Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Wilfrid Martineau
SU Carburettors were named after Skinners Union, which was the company that produced them.
During the Second World War, they manufactured all the carburettors for Spitfires and Hurricanes up to the Battle Of Britain period.
It is run as part of Burlen Fuel Systems Ltd of Salisbury (www.burlen.co.uk, 01722 412 500) and specializes in carburettors for the vintage and kit car market.
He explained: "I seem to keep having carburettor problems.
A THIS model of car is known to suffer from the carburettor faults you describe.