Warm air intake (disambiguation)


Warm air intake (disambiguation)

warm air intake may refer to:
* An air intake of an internal combustion engine which draws air from inside the warm engine bay.
* Heated air inlet of carburetted engines to increase the temperature of the air going into the engine for the purpose of increasing the consistency of mixing of the air and fuel in order to reduce engine emissions and fuel usage


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