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Carburetor, Carburettor, Carburetter, Tomato Can?

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    Would you believe someone if they tell you that the first Harley Davidson produced in 1903 used a tomato can for its carburetor? You may find this story hard
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 24, 2009
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      Would you believe someone if they tell you that the first Harley
      Davidson produced in 1903 used a tomato can for its carburetor?
      You may find this story hard to believe but although undocumented, this
      tomato can carburetor urban legend has been circulating for years.
      It is a fact though that the carburetor was invented by Wilhem Maybach.
      As an associate of Gottlieb Daimler, Maybach designed and developed the
      carburetor from which modern models are adapted from today.
      A carburetor works as a device that mixes fuel and air that burns
      inside an internal combustion engine. In that internal combustion
      engine, chemical energy from the fuel is them burned into a combustion
      chamber. Chemical energy then transforms into mechanical energy which
      eventually powers the motor of a vehicle.
      But even before fuel and air is transformed into mechanical energy by
      an internal combustion engine, it must first pass through the
      carburetor for it to be utilized. It is in the carburetor where the
      fuel, usually liquid gasoline, is atomized or changed into liquid
      vapor....

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