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Where Can I Find 0 To 60 Times For Buses?From Other - Cars & Transportation Forum:
Where can I find 0 to 60 times for buses? I've asked this before, and haven't gotten an answer, so I'm asking again. I'm just curious as to the 0 to 60 time, quarter mile time, top speed, and lateral G/skidpad ratings of the average commuter bus. Surely this type of information must exist somewhere?
Answer: Quite a few of them won't make it to sixty without a steep grade...
The Acceleration Of A Boeing 747 Compared To A Car?From Aircraft Forum:
The acceleration of a Boeing 747 compared to a car? The acceleration of cars is often measured by the time it takes to go from standstill to 60 miles an hour. What is the 0 to 60 time of a Boeing 747?
Answer: I believe it takes around 15 seconds or so, most cars will beat it hands down. But no too many cars can win on the 0-400 mph race
Where Can I Find A Website That Compares Different Motorcycles?From Motorcycles Forum:
Where can I find a website that compares different motorcycles? I'm looking at buying a motorcycle soon and would like to find a site that will give me the 0 to 60 time, top speed, weight, gas mileage and so forth.
Answer: There are man y sites that compare bikes. I like this one the best. Enjoy and make sure the bike you buy fits your style. Some bikes look great but hurt to ride. Some sit great but shake like hell. Hope you make the right choice and welcome to the sport.
How Quick Will The Us Version Of The Ta ta Na no Be?From Ta ta Forum:
How quick will the US version of the Ta ta Na no be? I've heard that the home market Ta ta Na no takes about twenty seconds to go from 0 to 60 mph. Which, of course, is obviously quite slow. However, the US version of the car is apparently going to have an extra HP under the hood. It'll also weigh a little more, due to additional safety equipment. Anybody care to hazard a guess as to what sort of 0 to 60 time it'll be capable of? Alec, your answer is completely useless. Save your ranting and raving for some other forum, please.
Answer: If it added 25 HP, it will still have under 60 HP. I would be willing to bet that the 0-60 for the US spec is going to be near that of the Indian spec. I'd say 15-20 seconds is a conservative guess.
Why Is It That Cars Are Actually Slower When They Have Less Miles On It?From Maintenance & Repairs Forum:
Why is it that cars are actually slower when they have less miles on it? I was reading a article on contriver, and they tested drive too different cars. They actually kept the cars for K miles, but I noticed that both of the cars 0 to 60 time increased when the test was done. I thought that when you buy a car new it's at it's fastest point then the more mile you put on it, the more it slows down. Going by the article it seems like the more miles you put on the engine and open it up, the more power you get. Does anybody know about this?
Answer: Most new cars need to be treated with care and never red lined from the factory as the first oil in it will have the small fragments of wear piling up and entering the oil filter.After the first oil change this engine has now all of the small metal scrapings out of it and is ready to be tried and tested. Hence all[most] new cars are not worn in yet. Never drive a new car hard till its first oil change[filter included]
How Do I Make My 02 Jeep Liberty Much Faster?From Jeep Forum:
How do I make my 02 Jeep Liberty Much Faster? I have a 02 jeep liberty limited and I want to keep up with my friends, what is the easiest and I would like least costly way to make the 0 to 60 time faster?
Answer: Drive down steep hill. Hope it helps.
I Have A ST Focus And I Want To Supercharge It Is It Worth It?From Ford Forum:
I have a ST focus and I want to supercharge it is it worth it? I have a ST focus and want to supercharge it. What kind of hp and 0 to 60 time would I get from it? Also what time do you think would I get on the quarter mile?
Answer: you get the power but cant use it so , NO it isn't worth it. you lose on traction
Wat Will I Need To Swap My Xxiv Astra To A C20Let?From Maintenance & Repairs Forum:
wat will I need to swap my xxiv Astra to a c20let? my Astra is a sport on a 1997,an the Colet an F's gearbox is out of a caviler turbo,an how hard is this conversion?an Wat sort of 0 to 60 time will I be looking at with it in?
Answer: You will need an engine crane some spanners and sockets. its quite an easy conversion the only likely problems are the wiring and inter cooler locating. 0 -60 time depends on how much boast you use. but also in an Astra you will have problems with it wheel spinning
Does Having A Higher Speed Transmission Improve Acceleration Times?From Other - Cars & Transportation Forum:
Does having a higher speed transmission improve acceleration times? For example one car that has a 4 speed transmission and the other has a 5 speed automatic transmission with the same specs(torque and hp) Will the 5 speed auto have better 0 to 60 times.?
Answer: For one I know you mean a 4-speed auto vs. 5-speed auto, others seem confused about this. Another point I will make is that an auto is always faster then a stick, that is just an old myth that the stick is faster. This is why if you will walk around the pits at any drag race you will find 98% of all drag cars are auto's, also auto's can be built to be much tougher and handle more HP then a stick. More to the point of your question it will depend on the shift speed mostly, you see when an auto shifts it isn't instant and that is the reason for shift kits to make it shift faster which will improve acceleration. Also depending on gear ratio's as well because sometimes the 4 speed having longer gears will keep the engine in the sweet spot longer. I used to have a cc street bike with 5 gears ( I was overseas) and found that a 4-speed motorcycle of the same size was much faster. So really without extensive testing it is very hard to accurately answer your question. If I had to take a guess I would say the 4-speed is slightly faster.
What To Use Instead Of Lighter Socket?From Other - Cars & Transportation Forum:
what to use instead of lighter socket? my lighter socket doesn't work... I need phone charger and mainly I want to G etc my car to see the 0 to 60 time... I plugged it in and the G etc didn't turn on so do you think it a fuse? it looks rust free and decent I guess but it is an old 96 infinite and I just got the car. dint think the person before used the old socket. can I use something elsE? rig it to work on a battery?
Answer: It is usually a fuse. Something with a short was plugged in before and blew the fuse. Find the fuse box and pull out the fuse for the DC socket and look at it. Consult your owners manual. Download one if you do not have one.
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