Idling jet | Article about idling jet by The Free Dictionary
idling jet[′īd·liŋ ‚jet]
A carburetor part that introduces gasoline during minimum load or speed of the engine.
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Not only that, the wings have strobes in, the under carriage flashes and it has a huge 4000 watt sound system giving special effects of an idling jet
He was almost 200 feet from me, with an idling jet
, 28 knots of wind, and he had double hearing protection.
The final actions were uneventful except for the drastic falling sensation that comes when an idling jet
being towed at 20,000 feet is let go.