Like the last guy said, it is definetly way too dangerous. If you want to put it on a regular scooter, then you might as well give up right now. If you have something with a stronger structure and bigger wheels, then it's a good idea to get started. And if you have the money, the smarts, and the courage to do it, then you should go to Home Depot, or the closest car service center and ask them for an engine which will give you 40 hp. Then you attach it so that it spins the back wheel directly, if you want more power. But you have to make sure that your scooter will balance so that the back won't weigh more than the front. Also, if you go too fast, you will lose your balance. So, I would suggest installing carbon fiber or plastic wings which give you very big amounts of lift on the sides of your scooter. The can act as a platform extension as well. But they have to be very firmly attached. So if you get going fast enough, your "wings" will generate lift from both sides and balance the scooter, and yet you still can go as fast as you want (just don't forget to strap your feet to the scooter, so you won't fly off of it). As an added bonus, if you go off a ramp, then you can technically glide in the air for a few seconds. And if you do manage to take off, then I would also suggest installing wide rubber air-filled tires (obviously), or a softer but longer suspension. That way, your legs won't break when you land. I hope you will be able to make such a thing, and I will try as well. Good luck to us both!
Hos fast can a scooter... go? Scooter top speeds range depending on their engine size, gearing, bike weight, rider weight, etc. So details aside, the average answer would be from about 30 to 55mph, give or take (assuming engine sizes from 50cc - 150cc).
The 250 cc motor scooter is commonly the largest engine size scooter. The 250 cc scooter has a top speed of about 75 miles per hour, but usually the engine size will top the speed out at about 60 miles per hour.
TORQUE is a measurment of how strong the engine is,horsepower is how quickly the engine makes power,for example,if you were wanting a fast car for racing you would want more horsepower,but if you were wanting to tow a heavy load,you would need more torque. torque means twisting effort.
Depends on the horsepower, gearing, transmission and other various factors...
There is no direct correlation between engine displacement and horsepower. One 1800cc engine may produce lots of horsepower, while another of the same size will produce more torque but not as much horsepower. It depends on the engine design and what it was made for...In general, a long stroke, slow turning engine will produce more torque but less horsepower than a fast spinning short stroke engine. A typical example would be a 1400cc sport bike, like the Suzuki Hayabusa, which turns out almost 200 horsepower, while a larger 1500cc V-twin Kawasaki Vulcan
i guess so if it runs and goes fast it must work
4000 rpm is about the top for safe operation.
as fast as it can
A 179 cc engine is around 5.5-6 horsepower. There's no hard and fast rules on cc to hp conversion there are too many variables.
well 43cc engine problably around 25-30MPH
It depends on the gear ratio of the drive and driven gears. I would test it out, or call the person you got the scooter from.
Horsepower has NO direct relationship to speed.
The grass has more friction than the concrete, so the scooter doesn't go as fast
"43cc" is not a speed - sounds like the size of a small engine, but size does NOT define it's speed or horsepower.
The Wright Flyer was powered by a 12-horsepower, 4-cylinder engine which flew at a blistering 10mph.
There is no definite answer to this question, without knowing the weight. For example, if you put a 300 horsepower engine on the Sears tower, the building would not move at all. But if you put a 300 horsepower engine on an ant, the resulting speed would be very high. If you want your mid-size sedan to go 100 mph (e.g. Altima) you would need less horsepower than having your SUV (e.g. Escalade) do 100. If you have a definite weight to a car you can find how fast it can go here: http://www.wallaceracing.com/et-hp-mph.php
about that fast
you talk to kesha
Top speed for an electric razor scooter is around 10mph.
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a raqzor scooter goes about 10-15 mph max. but it depends on the model. i would recommend that u get a gas powered scooter. its more conveniant and you don't have to wait for it to fully charge.
A 2002 Gsxr 1000 is an incredibly fast motorcycle. The engine is rated at 147 horsepower. The motorcycle is capable of running a 10.1 second quarter mile time.
Keep what you got you can get good horsepower out of the 4.6 but the 5.4 is always an option.
as fast as you want it too go