to carb in the UK and North America
in Australia. To carburate
(and thus carburation
or carburetion, respectively) means...
- the MS40 Crown). The F engine
is a 3.9-liter, 75/93 kW (105/125 hp), carburated gasoline engine
that is capable
of 261/289 N·m (189/209 lb·ft) of torque...
of streetcars. It is powered
by a Penske Engines Mopar
R5 / P7 carburated motor producing
855 hp (638 kW). In its debut, it qualified
16th and finished...
1977 AMC 258 cu in (4.2 L)...
was originally designed
for the 240RS rally
race car as a 2.4L carburated system
(FJ24), and was underbored
to 2.0L. The FJ20 also saw use in the...
- and a hemispherical combustion chamber design
(HEMI). All T engines
are carburated except those
fuel injection, "E" designation. All T engines...
- B23FT: 2.3 L turbocharged
inline-4 B28A: 2.8 L V6, naturally
('82-85) B28E: 2.8 L V6, naturally
K-Jetronic, high output...
this period, the designation
S (for "Sedan") was used for standard carburated
short-wheelbase models; an E (for "Einspritzung", German
gas was called carburetted water
gas. The average composition
of carburated water
gas is as follows: H2=34-38%; CO=23-28%; saturated
- VMAX was also launched
in India. Instead
of the V-Boost on the original carburated
V-Max, the fuel injected
VMAX uses YCC-I and YCC-T. Yamaha