Definition of unblown in English:

unblown

Line breaks: un|blown
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈbləʊn
 
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adjective

informal
  • (Of a vehicle or its engine) not provided with a turbocharger: two new-generation twin-cam engines, unblown and twin turbo
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    • It undercuts the unblown motor's 0-60 mph time by more than one second.
    • In the second round, Bates recorded the quickest pass for an unblown A/Fuel Dragster in VRA competition, a 6.504.

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