The passage in the cylinder head which connects the intake manifold to the intake valve through which the fuel-air mixture proceeds on its way to the cylinders. intake stroke: In a four-stroke cycle engine, it is the piston's first stroke down in pulling fuel and air into the combustion chamber as it causes a partial vacuum.
Passage in the cylinder head through which the fuel mixture travels into the cylinder.
The passageway in a cylinder head leading from the intake manifold to the intake valve(s).
The opening that enables the intake valve to conduct the fuel/air mixture into the combustion chamber
The opening in the engine casing through which the air - fuel mixture (in a 2-cycle engine) is sucked into the cylinder. The carburetor is located in front of the intake port. See also piston skirt. Journals Slots in the back of the kart frame in which the axle cassettes for the bearings of the rear axle are mounted. KART Karters of American Racing Triad. Governing body for most of the midwest of the US.