Throttle lever


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Related to Throttle lever: thrust lever
(Steam Engine) the hand lever by which a throttle valve is moved, especially in a locomotive.

See also: Throttle

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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It also comes with a stainless throttle lever, built-in travel lock and a high-strength transom mount.
The aircraft doesn't have toe brakes so out of the chocks it's one hand on the large brake handle (the airplane has MATCO brakes and wheels), which sits just to the right of the throttle lever. I found the airplane easy to taxi with little need for power adjustments.
During the landing, the snake coiled round the throttle lever, nearly wrecking the aircraft.
In retrospect, the "throttle lever" on the left side panel was really the mixture lever.
The car was then started in first gear and the throttle lever pulled down so the engine was running a little above an idle, providing just enough power to make the car move.
There was never a first-pull start because you had to fiddle with the carb and the choke and a little throttle lever and then pray to the gods that you'd mixed the right amount of oil with the gas and that you hadn't flooded the engine and.
Move the throttle lever back and forth a few times to work it in.
Turn the key, stomp the starter button on the floor, adjust the spark arrester, mash the left pedal down, move the throttle lever down, and youAAEre off.
The tool also features various ergonomic features, a throttle lever that is recessed into the housing and a muffler system.
The Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) is looking at why the engines powering the British Airways Boeing 777, which crash-landed at London's Heathrow Airport, failed to respond to throttle lever inputs on the final approach.
As I was holding him, he leaned forward and pushed that simple throttle lever to maximum.