American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An engine shaft fitted with a cam or cams.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A shaft with cams or wipers used to lift the pestles of stamping-mills.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a shaft that has cams attached to it, forming part of a mechanical device.
- n. has cams attached to it
- cam + shaft (Wiktionary)
“Extending immediately below the camshaft is another vertical shaft, driven by bevel gears from the crank-shaft, and terminating in a worm which drives the multiple piston oil pumps.”
“For maximum power, the solenoid valve is always closed and full valve opening is achieved following completely the mechanical camshaft, which is specifically designed to maximise power at high engine speed (long opening time).”
“You probably won’t want to break down the engine to see if the camshaft is a few too many thousandths worn from driving lifter number seven.”
“The engine also has a sportbike-derived chain-and-gear camshaft drive system that allows for a short/narrow cylinder head design and reduced overall engine height.”
“And aluminum makes up most of the entire engine, a 2.4 liter I4 double overhead camshaft affair producing 168 horses and 167 foot pounds of torque.”
“But, with a new camshaft and a beefed up crankshaft, the engine is built to withstand the additional torque load that delivers all across the rpm range.”
“No gears, no chain - a disk wheel was attached directly to the camshaft.”
“The bump in fuel economy is due to a change in the 3. 7-liter V6 engine, which now uses twin independent variable camshaft timing to increase output and efficiency.”
“The bump in fuel economy is due to a change in the 3.7-liter V6 engine, which now uses twin independent variable camshaft timing to increase output and efficiency.”
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