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Synonyms for carburettor

mixes air with gasoline vapor prior to explosion

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If your lean-out gave more than a 50-RPM rise, your carburetor (or fuel injection--the same test applies) is set too rich and needs to be compensated in the lean direction.
At the end of the day, carburetors and fuel-injection systems perform the same tasks, just differently.
RAY: It sounds like your carburetor is flooding and liquid gas is coming out the vents.
Also present on the site are toxic solvents from the carburetor manufacturing process known as trichloroethylene, or TCE.
I always just replace bad carburetors, rather than rebuild them.
[1] Klimstra J "Carburetors for Gaseous Fuels--on Air to Fuel ratio, Homogeneity and Flow restriction.
How do I clean the carburetor on a small engine if old gas has clogged it?
Sales of the re-manufacturer of carburetors and other motor parts were off 16 percent to $18.1 million, compared with $21.7 million in 2005, according to the annual report filed with the Securities & Exchange Commission.
This eliminates the spring mass, diaphragm actuator and mixing bowl apparatus of typical mechanical carburetors.
As one way to meet increasingly stringent legal limits on emissions of pollutants such as nitrogen oxides ([NO.sub.x]) and carbon monoxide, combustor makers incorporate premixers that function much like carburetors in old ear engines.
"It had three carburetors: One for gas to start, one for kerosene and one for water." The kerosene and water carburetors were made without floats and needle valves.
A visit to a Spanish dance concert made him shift from carburetors to coplas.
Home market and European destination cars had twin 40mm Dellorto carburetors while U.S.