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(of an engine) not turbocharged or supercharged.
- ‘These are closed cockpit, purpose-built vehicles that have normally aspirated engines up to 5.5 liters.’
- ‘That's faster than a normally aspirated Porsche 911.’
- ‘The normally aspirated engines are mated to a new generation of Volvo's 5-speed manual gearbox.’
- ‘It's also smaller and lighter than Honda's regular two litre engine, and at 237 bhp sets a new record for highest specific output for a normally aspirated production car engine.’
- ‘These engines are all normally aspirated, meaning that a turbo or supercharger can be installed for added power.’
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