Charge Motion Control Valves

Discussion in 'Specialized Terminology' started by PEF, Aug 10, 2009.

  1. PEF

    PEF Senior Member

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    Spanish
    Hola.

    Necesito saber qué son y cómo puedo traducir Charge Motion Control Valves.

    Charge Motion Control Valves
    • Electronically controlled metal flap located at the end of each intake runner
    • These flaps are specially shaped to speed up the intake charge at low engine speed and induce a tumble effecting the combustion chamber that results in a more thorough fuel/air mixture and quicker, more efficient burn
    • At higher engine speed the flaps are completely open and do not affect the intake charge
    Gracias!!
     
  2. Ritoha Senior Member

    Murcia,España
    English-England
  3. PEF

    PEF Senior Member

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    Spanish
    What about Válvulas de Control de Movimiento de Carga?
     
  4. Ritoha Senior Member

    Murcia,España
    English-England
    Yes, i would understand it.
     

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