An engine that is not equipped with a forced means of inducing air.
An engine that intakes air or "breathes" without the assistance of a supercharger or turbocharger. normally aspirated engine: An engine which uses the factory installed carburetor or fuel injection system with its normal air filter, etc. It does not use modified air flow systems which pump more air into the engine. Usually this expression is used as comparison as in My modified intake puts out more horsepower than a normally aspirated engine.
It is a sort of engine which can receive air or "breathes" without the help of a supercharger or turbocharger.
Descriptive of an engine that isn't supercharged. See supercharger.
When the air-fuel mix is inducted into the engine solely by the lower pressure produced in the cylinder during the intake stroke; aspiration not aided by a supercharger.
Descriptive of an engine that does not use forced induction, but rather inducts the air through naturally created vacuum. Also referred to as “naturally” aspirated.
Engines which are not turbocharged.
An engine that intakes air or "breathes" without the assistance of a supercharger or turbocharger. OIL PUMP An engine-driven pump that delivers oil, under pressure, to the engine's moving parts.
An engine that has a carburettor or is fuel injected without any mechanical devise that forces air under pressure onto the combustion chamber.
Refers to piston engines that are not turbo charged.
A fancy way of saying not turbocharged or supercharged Read more
An engine that is not fitted with either a turbo or supercharger. (See Supercharger and Turbocharger).