throttle valve

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Noun1.Throttle valve - a valve that regulates the supply of fuel to the enginethrottle valve - a valve that regulates the supply of fuel to the engine
fuel system - equipment in a motor vehicle or aircraft that delivers fuel to the engine
valve - control consisting of a mechanical device for controlling the flow of a fluid
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Then they open their throttle valves, and how they do brag, and sneer, and swell, and soar, and blaspheme the sacred name of Truth
The Shift Assistant Pro enables the rider to shift up and down without activating the clutch or throttle valve in the relevant load and engine speed ranges, giving the rider additional comfort as well as increased dynamic performance.
From one hand, this process is driven by fuelling system, on the other hand-intake system with throttle valve mounted inside it.
World's first to integrate air intake throttle valve and EGR valve and half the size of conventional models
Saturated liquid (14) at condenser pressure passes through throttle valve (TV2) to generate saturated liquid (15) at reduced pressure i.
The integrated safety lever and variable throttle valve configuration enforces two-handed operation of the Power Wrench, making sure the operator has full control over the device at all times.
The Vulcan 1700 Classic ABS is also fitted with Kawasaki's first fully electronic throttle valve (ETV) system that provides better performance, throttle response and increased fuel mileage.
The VVEL system also offers improved emissions and fuel efficiency (over non-VVEL designs) by substantially reducing the intake resistance that occurs when the engine's throttle valve opening is narrowed and output is low.
Isuzu told the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport the same day it is recalling some 2,400 Erga, Gala and Hino Blue Ribbon II buses produced between May 2000 and August 2005 as the engine's throttle valve could break and lead to an engine stall.
Fuel is delivered via two compact fine-spray injectors (each with 12 holes) located in each throttle body barrel--the primary aimed at a 30[degrees] angle down the intake port and the secondary aimed at the secondary throttle valve to add fuel at higher rpms--for improved fuel atomization, combustion efficiency, and fuel economy.
Cameron's Compression Systems says it worked with Woodward Governor Company to introduce a new integrated Governor Throttle Body (IGTB) as a field retrofit for the original mechanical throttle valve operated by any previous design governor.
This means that rather than controlling the throttle valve directly, the throttle cable operates a sensor whose signals are read by the engine management system.