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(rō-tōr'),
Arturo B., 20th-century Philippine internist. See: Rotor syndrome.
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In order to analyze anemometer transfer function (3) using the model developed to introduce the effects of the rotor arms, friction, and the aforementioned "inverse" distribution of the aerodynamic load on the cup, the anemometer factor, K, must be expressed as a function of 1/[OMEGA]:
It was cheaper buy Anyway, resisting the temptation to drift back into the romantic mists of time spent with my HT leads and feeler gauges, (you can Google it all), the point is that around 1970 the ability to impress with this sort of car mechanics knowledge began to fade with the introduction of solid state ignition systems and distributors and rotor arms started to become historical objects.
He proffered a fan belt, a rotor arm and a battery charger.
Engine misfires are not unknown, and sound dreadful, but can be caused by something simple such as worn or faulty spark plugs, distributor cap, rotor arm or high tension leads.