(US: /ˈmɛθeɪn/, UK: /ˈmiːθeɪn/) is a chemical compound
with the chemical formula
CH4 (one carbon
to four hydrogen
atoms). It is a group-14...
- rear hatch
was no longer
offered. Initial models
four-cylinder petrol engines
of 1.6 L, 1.8 L, and 2.0 L. Fuel-injection...
C01B; underground gasification
E21BÂ 43/295); CARBURETTING
AIR OR OTHER
GASES" (PDF). Nisbet
Latta, "American Producer
- fuel-injected vehicles
the engine's idling rotational speed
(RPM). In carburetted vehicles
a similar device known
as an idle speed control actuator
- a 2-door sedan
as coupé). At launch, all models
4-cylinder engines; however, fuel-injected models
- regulations, the twin-carburetted engines
were all discontinued. The 1,770 cc L18 replaced
the G18 in the lineup. In February
1.8-litre and 2...
- four-cylinder aircraft
is no carburetted version
of the engine, which would
have been designated
O-390 and therefore...
- Very early, carburetted
Mercedes-Benz 230 G Cabriolet...
- Australia's then-quota on import
cars. The Hatch originally offered
543 cc (33.1 cu in) engine
with 19.2 kW (26.1 PS) at 6000 rpm and 35 N⋅m...
- 27 in × 3.46 in). Many versions
were produced, from a double-barrel carburetted
8-valve to a 16-valve DOHC fuel injected
model. Output ranged
from 105–160 PS...