Every carbon fuel powered engine has a carburettor usually mounted on top of the cylinder. Inside the carburettor is where the fuel-air mixture happens before it is pumped into the cylinder. The fuel-air mixture has to be precisely both in terms of fuel-to-air ratio and as to the temperature of the mixture. Any deviation will lead to serious consequences inside the cylinder and for the aircraft itself hence the need to monitor the carburettor temperature.

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