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Rev Your Engine

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  1. When you rev an engine, you are essentially increasing the speed of the revolution of the motorcycle’s engine by using the throttle especially while the clutch is disengaged. When you pull the throttle and you rev your bike, more vacuum pressure is created so it’s sucking in more air.
  2. noun a revolution (in an engine or the like). verb (used with object), revved, rev·ving. to accelerate sharply the speed of (an engine or the like) (often followed by up).
  3. Suit up, rev your engine, and speak out 22 June at am. Motorbikes and men’s health might be an unlikely pair. But Mark Hawwa is on a mission to change this through The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride, a quirky annual event that is breaking down stereotypes and saving men’s lives. He’s this week’s Changemaker.
  4. A lot of bad information in these responses. Ultimately, your car is constantly fighting a battle of attrition. In that sense, driving it to work is “bad" for it. Your engine began to die the first time it was turned over at the factory where it w.
  5. 1 Increase the running speed of (an engine) or the engine speed of (a vehicle) by pressing the accelerator, especially while the clutch is disengaged.
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  7. Definition of rev (Entry 2 of 4) transitive verb. 1 a: to step up the number of revolutions per minute of — often used with up rev up the engine. b: increase —used with up rev up production. 2: to drive or .
  8. Jul 10,  · 1. verb. When the engine of a vehicle revs, or when you rev it, the engine speed is increased as the accelerator is pressed. The engine started, revved and the car jerked away down the hill. [VERB] The old bus was revving its engine, ready to start the journey. [VERB noun].

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