Noun(1) the shell (metal casing
(1) We checked the massive engine room and filmed the now rusty gears on the open gearbox .(2) They will say for certain that the new gearbox has exactly six forward gears, which is one more than on previous models.(3) The manual gearbox has a tendency to be notchy and the auto gearbox doesn't change particularly smoothly.(4) Discrete buttons mounted behind the wheel give you fingertip control over the gearbox .(5) The engine plant also produces the gearbox and highly complicated gearing components.(6) So does the double-clutch gearbox , which moves straight from one gear to the next with no pause and no snatch.(7) Effectively the gearbox engages the next highest gear but does not activate it until the optimum point has been reached.(8) The slick gearbox and torquey engine make low speed driving a breeze too.(9) The gearbox has a squidgy consistency that makes gear shifts feel like stirring congealed rice pudding.(10) a four-speed gearbox(11) The UK however will get a five-speed manual gearbox for the lower horsepower model.(12) Just put the six speed manual gearbox in sixth gear, and it becomes almost a relaxing grand tourer.(13) This engine is offered with a choice of five-speed manual or four-speed automatic gearboxes .(14) Effectively it's two manual gearboxes put together, one providing ‘odd’ gears and the other providing ‘even’ gears.(15) Gears and gearboxes are significantly different on road-course cars.(16) Head gaskets, clutch cables, gearboxes and stuck handbrakes feature most commonly on the tired and dying list.
(1) gear box :: pusa o mea e faaaoga
1. gear case ::
2. gear box ::
pusa o mea e faaaoga
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