Throttle definition

Throttle means a device used to control an engines power output by limiting the amount of air entering the combustion chamber.
Throttle means a road narrowed at a tree grouping, at the end of a parking lane, or other feature intended to slow traffic speed.
Throttle. Throttled" or "Throttling" means the reduction by Orbitz of Tickets to be processed by Orbitz through the Network Services on behalf of carriers as required to meet the Worldspan Segment Obligation. In determining which Tickets to Throttle pursuant to this Agreement, Orbitz shall not consider the number of Segments in any Ticket; the parties acknowledge that Orbitz is unable to Throttle a partial Ticket, and therefore, if Orbitz has one remaining Segment available for processing through the Network Services and a Ticket consists of more than one Segment, the entire Ticket will be Throttled.

Examples of Throttle in a sentence

  • Throttle controls must be self-closing when not held by the hand.

  • Throttle shaft must remain standard and must not be thinned or cut in any manner.

  • Throttle assembly and associated cables may be modified or replaced but the connection to the throttle body and to the throttle controls must remain as on the homologated motorcycle.

  • GROUP 4: Air Compressors, Conveyor (all), Fireman on Boiler, Generator, Grout Machine, Power curing Spraying Machine (self-propelled), Broom (self-propelled), Seaman Tiller, Skid steer loaders, Spike Machine (RR), Stripping Machine (paint, self-propelled), Throttle Valve, Welding Machine, Well Points System.

  • Throttle: The force required to operate the throttle shall not exceed 16 pounds throughout the full range of accelerator pedal travel.

  • Throttle cable to pedal linkage, gear selector cables and clutch hose may be replaced by up rated versions and rerouted.

  • Because the Fuel Injection Systems Settlement Class includes Automobile Dealerships that purchased Air Flow Meters and Electronic Throttle Bodies, the Settlement Agreement does not provide for separate settlement classes for Automobile Dealerships that purchased those products.

  • Ensure the Throttle Position value reads 0% when the throttle is closed and 100% when fully open.

  • The Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) is used by the ECU to calculate various engine management parameters used by functions such as idle speed control,acceleration enrichment and motor sport features.

  • The Debtors in these chapter 11 cases, along with the last four digits of each Debtor’s federal tax identification number, include: VER Technologies HoldCo LLC (7239); CPV Europe Investments LLC (2533); FAAST Leasing California, LLC (7857); Full Throttle Films, LLC (0487); Maxwell Bay Holdings LLC (3433); Revolution Display, LLC (6711); VER Finco, LLC (5625); VER Technologies LLC (7501); and VER Technologies MidCo LLC (7482).

More Definitions of Throttle

Throttle means an Add-on device,
Throttle means the lowering of the Customer’s Bandwidth capability of their subscribed Bandwidth
Throttle means the component oi

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