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carburetor

A drug subculture term for the stem attachment for a crack cocaine pipe.
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On the other hand, the conventional carburetor is much cheaper than the fuel injection system but they cannot meet the upcoming stringent technical requirements.
TOM: Well, you're done when you successfully put those four nuts back in, along with the new carburetor, then reattach everything and see if the truck starts.
You can try cleaning it with spray carburetor cleaner (Photo 4).
Geometry Optimization Of Differential Pressure Carburetor Model Using CFD Analysis
I wonder what my wife, Kate, would say to the gassy, oily scent of boiled carburetor in her favorite Le Creuset pot?
The EGC 2 offers full authority fuel control, allowing control of a wide range of fuel types and heating values with a single carburetor.
For instance, the carburetor icing warning may miss very few detections (i.
There, more information can be added that links the carburetor to the specific lawn mower model it's being built into.
Also tempering the growth rate of industry output was the increasing number of installations of electronic fuel injection systems in place of conventional carburetor systems in new cars.
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.
The Carter Carburetor Site, a 10-acre complex of buildings and structures covering parts of two city blocks is a former gasoline and diesel carburetor manufacturing plant that operated from 1915 until 1984.
If so, your problem is most likely a corroded or gummed-up carburetor.