carburet

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combine with carbon

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The process was completely shut down in 1926 and all production came from the carburetted gas plant.
The bike is likely to be equipped with a 155cc single-cylinder air-cooled carburetted engine that produces 14.
The Vity's air-cooled carburetted motor is replaced with a liquid-cooled fuel-injected engine that feels stronger and more responsive from a mere twist of the wrist.
There's nothing complicated about the 125cc four-stroke, air-cooled carburetted engine either and as you'd expect from this type of motor, it feels a little flat.
Its market is the conversion of current, typically carburetted non-automotive engines to electronic engine management control, whether port injected or direct injected.
The engine in this UAV, known as the Pioneer, is a two-stroke, carburetted, SI two cylinder gasoline engine displacing 175cc per cylinder.
It is equipped with a new 110cc carburetted motor that delivers 8PS of power and 9Nm of torque, coupled with a twist-and-go CVT.
There's nothing complicated about the 125cc four-stroke, air cooled carburetted engine either, and, as you'd expect from this type of motor, it feels a little flat.
However, an improved cost position for example would make the conversion of carburetted engines easier or less expensive for the OEM.