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push·rod

also push rod  (po͝osh′rŏd′)
n.
A rod moved by a cam to operate the valves in an internal-combustion engine.

pushrod

(ˈpʊʃˌrɒd)
n
(Automotive Engineering) a metal rod transmitting the reciprocating motion that operates the valves of an internal-combustion engine having the camshaft in the crankcase
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The car uses a pushrod suspension system with damping elements that can be adjusted for the road or track, for dry and wet conditions, and it leaves a lot of scope for setting up the car for a particular need.
It features Magneto Rheological Suspension, a pushrod damping system and Lamborghini Dynamic Steering.
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The 1,690cc 4-valve pushrod V-twin engine can push the bike to a top speed of 125mph.
Steyr AUG/A3 M1 Type: Gas-operated pushrod, two-position adjustable gas regulator, semiautomatic Caliber: 5.
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The fruit is widely produced in Andar Dara, Pusht Koh, Qala Kah, Pushrod, Gulistan districts and the provincial capital, Farah city.
Pearpoint announces the launch of the P340+ pushrod video inspection range which adds an on-board Lithium--Ion battery power to the established P340 pushrod systems.
56mm SIG516, it is an AR-consistent platform offering SIG precision and several upgrades to Stoner's original design, like an improved barrel-to-receiver lockup with enhanced heat-sink properties, a true short-stroke gas pushrod system and a four-position gas valve assuring smooth operation under harsh conditions, plus use of a suppressor.