rocker arm

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Synonyms for rocker arm

a lever pivoted at the center


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Number 3 intake pushrod and rocker arm also were abnormally worn.
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The engine rocker arm cover or the intercooler for the turbocharger
A shell-type needle bearing is used for the rocker arm shaft to reduce friction.
Lower levels of friction than conventional rocker arm designs.
They're mostly made out of old car parts, more exactly internal engine parts - pistons, push rods, camshafts, some exhaust parts, little rocker arm studs.
The rocker arm mold and core temperatures ranged from 329-509F (165-265C) and 248-500F (120-260C).
The injector is actuated by a cam and rocker arm, which allow the injector to fire at specific times during the engine cycle.
He lost plug wires in the first race and broke a rocker arm in the second.
The oil is carried up to the rocker arm area, where it is slung off as it circles the cam, which Honda said provides excellent lubrication to the rocker arms, cams and valves.
The Sanderson Engine Development Company, LLC, was formed in August, 1998 to develop and commercialize the Sanderson Rocker-Arm Mechanism (SRAM) along with associated developments that resulted from the original rocker arm engine concept.
The prototypes then were cast in one of three molds--a plate, a bushing or a rocker arm (Figs.
The valvetrain usually is made up of the camshaft, rocker arm, valve lifter, and valve spring.
Tenders are invited for Procurement Of Rocker Arm With Insulators For Repairing Of Motors And Generators At Crs Barkakana