variable-stroke fuel pump
- A type of high-pressure pump normally used in the fuel system and sometimes in the hydraulic system, whose output can be varied, as required. This is done by varying the stroke of the piston by altering the swash-plate angle. Also known as a variable-displacement pump.
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