Any vehicle can be made faster (top end) or quicker (acceleration) by installing higher performance parts. The "big three" for a normally aspirated (NA) vehicle are an intake, header, and exhaust. Depending upon the displacement of the engine, the total power gain will be mild to moderate, however the vehicle's behavior will change for better or worse (most performance parts are optimized for high end power for the sake of low end torque).
Forced induction applications (turbo/supercharger) are easier to get power, and are the most cost effective method to increase a car's performance. Replacing the up/midpipe, and a turboback exhaust (TBE) will result in fantastic gains when coupled with a reflash of the car's computer. A popular application today is Subaru's WRX, which can achieve hp/tq gains of approximately 55hp and 50lb/ft for a low entry price of $1800. The same $1800 on a NA vehicle with similar displacement may only have a gain of half that power.
Obviously, there are more avenues to increase power, but these are two small examples. In the end, the law of diminishing returns will come into play - throwing more money at a car does not always result in the same ratio in performance as when the project initially started.
traction and how there's not a lot of the car to stop in the wind so it gos faster
yes because it is smaller and friction will be smaller so it will go faster!
Sand paper causes FRICTION...which makes the car go slower. So a toy car would go faster down a ramp with no sand paper.
take the spring off and wind it up more than it already was, or you can make bigger wheels, or attach a lever to the part that snaps down so that the car can go faster.
Yes. The weight of the car will cause the force of gravity to push it down with seemingly more force than the lighter car. And so this would make the car go faster down a slanted surface, which is the ramp.
They study drag so they can minimise the effect of wind resistance on the car so it cuts through the air cleaner and can go faster.
There are 2 ways that different ramps will alter the movement of a toy car. The material of the ramp will affect the friction (grip) of the car, if the friction is more ON THE WHEELS, it will go faster. If the air friction, or resistance is greater, it will go slower. Also, the height of the 'starting end' of the ramp will make the car go faster becase momentum buils up quicker, so the car will go faster. Hope this was helpfull!
A car has a variable power setting called a throttle. So you can vary the power and thus the acceleration and maximum speed you reach. Then there is friction resisting the movement of the car, so if the faster it goes the more power is required to to make it go faster or even maintain the speed you are at.
yes it does, the red is different coloring so they a have to make the car a little bit different
so it is more faster to get to places
The spoiler on the rear of the car is for downforce on the rear wheels,so as the car races the air pushes down on the spoiler and gives the rear tyres more grip on the road.it also stops the car taking of like an aeroplane as if this spoiler was not installed,the car would just lift of the road like a plane taking off,so it gives the car more stability on the road,helps with aerodynamics,thus helping the car to go faster.
The SLR is a fast car and so is the Zonda. It is proven that the SLR is faster