Does a bigger rear sprocket on a 2004 gsxr 600 gear up or down?
with a bigger rear sprocket u will be gearing down. therefor u will have better takeoff but lower top speed.
I get about 130 to 135 miles city driving before my light comes on.
Will you select a smaller or bigger gear at the rear wheel of a bicycle if you want to go up hill and why?
You select a bigger rear cog. Whenever you see someone going up a hill on a bike they always seem to be pedaling faster than normal. With the cog on the back being bigger than the front the front cog spins faster than the rear. Im not sure how to explain why it makes it easier but a understanding...
Generally, for most single cam engines, there is a dot or mark on the cam sprocket and a similar mark on the crank sprocket. Point them at each other. the timing marks on the crank and cam sprockets must be lined up with marks on the timing chain in an overhead cam engine
your tranny is going out sorry to say same thing happen to me get it check can be costy if dont get it looked at to soon look into spending 1200+ for a new one with labor to get it put in your gears are slipping
Different costs, it depends what airline you use. If you use a car, it depends on what fuel you use.
The lower the number, the faster the car will go with the same number of engine revolutions.The higher the number the better the car will accelerate, but at the expense of high speed cruising.Now for the confusing part of the story.A high numerical gear ratio is called a low gear or low rear end,...
During take off when the flaps extend, the surface on the upper part of wing increases more causing the air to speed up and a lower pressure on top of the wing.This increases the lift.Yes, they usually use a small amount of flap (15-20 degrees) during takeoff.
This simply refers to where the power comes from. The "driver" would be the gear receiving power from an engine, and the driven gear would refer to what receives that motion.
If indicatoris right of the steering wheel then up, otherwise if it's on the left, down.
1st gear is the gear where you can pedal with the least resistance. For a bicycle with external gears the chain should be on a big sprocket at the back and a small chainwheel at the front.
The first gear is larger than the others. As the gear has larger radius the speed of rotation is low. As the gears keep on increasing their size decreases resulting in increase in speed of the vehicle
Im no scientest but in my understanding bigger wheels will give a car more top end speed but less acceleration to reach that speed, i put bigger wheels on my rc car for that purpose, didnt rip burnouts as good but did good top speed wise
Best guess for this is any of a 1,000 causes, BUT if I am hearing you correctly I am BETTING it is a EXHUAST LEAK... Or please explain if you mean ticking, or taking over like passing?
A 393 gear rear end would be quicker than a 300 gear rear end but the 300 gear rear end would be faster in the long run.
Should I leave my engine up or down? Simply put, if you are leaving the boat in the water, leave it in the up position to avoid growth.If you are leaving it out of the water, trim it down to drain the water and protect the Power Tilt and Trim seals from the sun.
no the rear fuse is number 1 and the front are 37.
On a long steep descent which is better for your car gearing down with high revs or using brakes to slow down?
By far the best method to slow down is to look at the road ahead to work out if you need to slow down, and then to back off the accelerator (gas pedal) and let the car slow naturally so that you arrive at the next bend/junction (or whatever) without actually having to use the brakes or down-shift...
What would cause a 1988 Mazda 323 to not have or have very little power from first to second gear Or to have to gear down going up hills?
I had this problem several times and brought it to my mechanic. He informed me that the clutch was going bad thus resulting in a loss of power. Fixed the clutch and my problem dissappeared!
Flaps are usually mounted on the wing trailing edges of a fixed-wing aircraft.Flaps are used for extra lift on takeoff.The increase in camber also increases the wing drag, which can be beneficial during approach and landing, because it slows the aircraft.
Will your car increase the top speed if you modify your gear or add a bigger gear without changing the engine?
Yes, if you change the gears in the differential that drive the axles and wheels. The lower the gear ratio, the faster the car will go with the same engine RPM. Example: A car with a 3.55 to 1 ratio differential will go faster than one with a 4.1 to 1 ratio differential at the same engine RPM.
An idle surge can be caused by multiple phenomena.The idle air controller is simply a computer-controlled motor that controls idle.There could also be another sensor that is telling the computer to compensate, and in turn, this causes the idle to surge as it looks for the correct RPM level.
It should if the system is in good working order.
Assuming you mean the radiator petcock, no. The bottom of the radiator is probably loaded with crud or radiator sealer somebody put in.
improperly installed, severe alignment issue, scored spindle, wrong torque (too much) on nut most common cause for replacement failure it is very VERY LOW
It's a 3157 bulb... dual filament, EXTREMELY common for this application among several auto manufacturers.
You can adjust the rear brakes with the rear brake adjustment bolt. The rear brakes should adjust automatically every time you back up and use the brake.
Down for left turns, up for right turns.
The smallest denomination is a farthing.The next larger unit is a penny, or pence in the plural.Situated between these two units of currency is the most common small change coin of the colonial period, a halfpenny.Two farthings equals a halfpenny and two halfpence equal one penny.
negligable effects if ....all other factors exact. same
Yes, it is possible for a body to accelerate, without changing the speed.Bodies in circular motion are continuously accelerating.Even if they don't change their speed, their velocity is constantly changing due to continuous change in direction of motion.And we know a body accelerates when there i...
Most people will say the rear, in order to reduce the risk of fishtailing.
Whether the camshaft is in a pushrod engine or an overhead cam engine, it controls the opening and closing of the valves.In OHC engines, the camshaft may be belt or chain driven from the crankshaft or an intermediate shaft.The drive ratio is always 1:2 so the cam turns at half the speed of the cr...
Thing is, larger engines tend to be harder to turn on because of heavier rotating assembly among other issues which means they use more fuel just ordinarily to maintain speed.Also, larger engines tend to make more horsepower because they can naturally move more air per revolution (all other thing...
It is also slightly bigger than the Ford Escape.The Ford Edge's body is about 188.1 inches long, 68.6 inches tall, and 75.9 inches wide.It is 178.1 inches long, 66.3 inches tall, and 72.4 inches wide.Both vehicles come standard with dual rear exhaust and stylish headlights.
First gear is the lowest gear ratio in the transmission among the forward gears, where the input shaft will turn multiple times for each turn of the output shaft.
Check that the steering column is not obstructed
What does it mean if you have a springy noise when you pull off or go down into second gear to turn a corner?
it means second gear is going out!
No, the gears are stamped as part of the regulator arms. If the gears are bad the regulator unit would need replaced. More likely a problem with the gear on the motor. I've never seen the motor gear offered separately. Motor would have to be replaced.
It sounds as though your rear universal joint may be going bad.
Clogged fuel filter When you put your foot down on the accelerator and don't get the reaction you expect, it could mean there's a problem with the fuel system.The most likely issue is a clogged fuel filter.When the fuel filter is clogged, the fuel pump has to work much harder, resulting in a far...
If the coolant temperature gauge is constantly fluctuating then the most common cause of this is a bad thermostat.If the thermostat is sticking or not opening and closing right then this will occur.It can also be a clog in the radiator or a water pump problem.
The idle is controlled by the idle air control valve and if it cannot keep the engine idling it will keep trying to rev the engine up to compensate.A vacuum leak, sensor that has failed, or an EGR system malfunction could potentially be the cause of the erratic engine you're experiencing.
Yes I have one in a1990 silverado short bed with 350 and 5 speed automatic transmition.
If you're running on dry roads, there's no real need to have it on. TCS is intended more for wet and slippery roads.
I can't say for sure what the exact cause is of it. however, i had a friend with a manual transmission Honda Civic that would do the same thing, he says it has something to do with the O2 sensor. so that gives you a starting point to find the problemidle airflow metre is more than likely the prob...
The temperature gauge electrical sender is positioned next to the thermostat, so it indicates the drop from 75 down to 70, when the thermostat closes.If this is not happening, usually it is because the thermostat is stuck in the open position and needs replacing.
When your engine is at low RPM, the amount of exhaust gases leaving is low, so the velocity it exits the exhaust is low.The whole idea is to increase your exhaust diameter as the amount of exhaust your engine creates increases.This reduces restriction and allows for more flow.
Could be your MAP sensor or Absolute Manifold Pressure sensor same thing usually mounted on or near the firewall and has at least two hoses"vacuum" going into it.
If the air that the engine requires to run is blocked, especially sporadically, it can cause the engine to slow down.When the blockage moves or clears, the engine may suddenly rev up in response.To fix this type of problem, check the air filter to ensure that it's not clogged with dirt and debris.
Depends on which differential you have but in most cases 4 to 5 pints should fill it.
Bad shocksthey cause extra bounce in the ride, replace if necessary.To Test:How to Test Your Shocks By an eHow ContributorShocks are an important part of your car's safety system. If they are not operating properly, you are not only getting a bumpy ride, you are also endangering yourself and your...
Similar to performance exhaust systems, the key to performance intake manifolds is creating smooth laminar air flow.By reducing turbulence in the manifold itself, air can flow more efficiently into the engine.Additionally, the size of the air hole on the intake manifold needs to match the size of...
Check your clutch fluid level or your automatic transmission fluid level.
It means you need to 1)Check your charging system and battery condition, if OK then 2)voltage drop from battery to starter, if OK then 3)you need a new starter and make sure to check the ring gear for damage when the starter is removed.
How can I fix my signal light switch on my Chevy S-10 . It has a hard click up or down and doesnt blink it stays on?
The switch itself isn't serviceable... you replace it. If your indicators aren't blinking, that might indicate a faulty turn signal relay. Do your four ways work?Replace the multi-function switch (aka, signal light switch) with a new one. Trying to repair the broken one is not practical.
Gravity does that. Better cruise control systems will downshift an automatic transmission to hold the vehicle back.
A freer flowing exhaust will typically increase horsepower slightly on these types of cars.More power means more fuel consumption.Also, just because you increase the size of the exhaust does not mean the exhaust will be louder.A larger pipe diameter can still have catalytic converters (a.k.a.
My 1996 Toyota Camry's radio comes on with no sound. The antenna does not go up or down What could the possible solution be?
First, examine the factors: The radio can be switched on, but there is no sound, and the antenna does not extend or retract. One possible solution could be replacing the fuse.
Yes the larger the tire the faster the speedometer goes. To get it right have the person who installs your tires to reset your comp. or in older cars the gear in your transmission cable.. yes it does. Different variables effect how much. The main thing is getting your alignment done as well. I wo...
I just pulled one from the junkyard and mine is a 3.23 Posi with Discs out of a 1994 Camaro. That should be what you have. Make sure your car is sitting on LEVEL ground, Chock the front wheels and set the back on jack stands. throw the car in Neutral and rotate the wheels while looking at the Pin...
The gear stick has a diagram of where to move the stick to engage a certain gear. For example, if Gear 1 is in the top left corner, you must move the stick to the fair left, then forwards to engage first gear. Oh, and you have to push down the clutch each time you change gear.
Check the door seal u can do this by hanging a piece of paper from inside and running a blow dryer around the outside of door and see if the paper moves.
The Trailblazers transmission could be slipping, or the engine could be idling too low to spin the transmission fast enough to combat the gravity of the hill. Either of these could cause the roll back issue.
The 2002 Ford Explorer came in V6, V8 and Sport Trac models. There were different suspensions for each. If the 2002 Explorer had leaf springs these parts cost for wholesale can be around 140$. If the Explorer has coil springs a pair of two quality OEM replacements run around 70-100$. Maximum labo...
DC-DC buck converter is used for step down of higher voltage DC to lower voltage DC, with an increase in current.On the other hand, a Boost Converter steps up DC input voltage to higher DC voltage with consequent decrease in current.In both cases, the input can be a battery or a rectified DC from...
a revolution i believe, although that may be for the whole crankshaft not each piston a revolution i believe, although that may be for the whole crankshaft not each piston
There could be a number of reasons for this you car could be running to rich. If its coughing black smoke out the back and is a petrol it is running to rich (a diesel coughing black smoke is also not burning its fuel efficently). Think of it this way black smoke weather its from a petrol or diese...
One window, probably the switch or the electric window motor. All windows, probably the fuse or circuit breaker.
Your 1998 Mazda 3.1 liter engine does not have timing marks on the crankshaft. The timing marks are on the engine flywheel.
Why does your truck move when clutch is pushed all the way down and very hard or unable to put into gear or take out of gear as well?
This sounds like the clutch plate and joining parts likely need replacing. the reserve brake fluid canister was empty, i refilled and clutch is working great. may need to bleed lines to master/slave cylinder.
Because when the window is going down it is aided by gravity and the motor doesnt have to actually do anything. Whereas it has to lift the windows full weight when going up. Try greasing the runners, this may get a little more life out of the motor.
A 2004 Wrangler has an inline six, not a V6. It has a timing chain.
The Nissan Frontier received the VQ series V6 engine in 2005.This engine features a timing chain, not a timing belt.The timing chain is a lifetime part, and the service manual does not specify a replacement schedule.