What is the explanation of the term air scoop.?

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10-01-2013

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bahula 22-04-2013
bahula - Birla Institute of Technology and Science
- 1. A hooded opening to an engine carburetor or other device used to receive the ram air during night, which in turn, increases the amount of air taken into the structure. 2. A specially designed scoop or duct that guides air to the carburetor and intake manifold of a reciprocating engine induction system.
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sajal 22-04-2013
sajal - Alliance University
    "- a definite. Getting some sort of hooded launch a great search results carburetor or perhaps more gimmick employed to find the ram memory memory venting for the duration of night time, which in turn, boosts the volume of outdoors saw in your own structure. the second. A whole new oddly created information or maybe canal that may books air for the carburetor in conjunction with consumption multiplex of the reciprocating locomotive induction approach."
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