Your actual speed is 10% MORE than what your speedometer is reflecting. (When your speedometer reads 60, you are actually traveling 66)
10=11, 40=44, 100=110 etc.
Your actual mileage is 10% MORE than what your odometer is reflecting. (When your odometer reads 100 miles, you have actually traveled 110)
So when you see a cop doing a speed trap, remember to slow down accordingly.
When you sell your car, don't forget to disclose that you have larger tires and that the odometer should read more miles than it does.
Yes, they do.
No. It will not effect speedometer accuracy.
It will affect the speedometer. For example, bigger rims will make you go faster than what the speedometer is actually reading. If it say's 50mph with regular rims, then with larger rims you will be going faster.
no it will not. Bigger rims (wheels) will make the car faster in a straight line but more difficult to turn. Smaller ones will have the opposite effect. The speed difference is about +- 2% of whatever the speedometer is reading.
if the diameter will be greater or less then the speedometer will be effected
Larger tires will affect the speedometer. There may not be a large difference in your application, but there will be a difference. You may be reading 45mph, and really be going 48mph. the worst problem will be in your odometer after a few thousand miles. your odometer will be WAY off once you have traveled a few K miles. I would suggest going to a local transmission shop to have your speedo re-calibrated for the larger tires. If you go much larger than that, check with your local mechanic on how well your transmission will be able to turn such a large tire. you may need to be re-geared.
Bigger tires only effect the speed compared with the speedometer if the total circumference around the entire wheel and tire is larger. I replaced my 15 inch tire with a 17 inch and there is no difference. The size (14,15,16,17 etc.) is simply the size of the rim and the hole in the tire for the rim to fit. Most of the time you wont need to worry because the tire sidewall will be thinner to accomodate for the larger rim. The only time you should really be worried about that is if your putting really big rims on a car or putting big tires on a truck. If the total circumference is larger than it will have to be taken to a dealership or mechanic to be recalculated.
The size of tires can effect that accuracy of a speedometer. Larger tires will cause the speedometer to read less than you are actually going.
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 would upgrade to a larger brake system with it because you will need more stopping power.
It will effect the accuracy of the speedometer and odometer, effect the transmission shift points, effect the fuel mileage, effect the brake horse power,
does the speedometer effect the transmission
cause and effect is when you have a cause or an event that will lead to a problem or bigger event; and the effect is the result of the problem or bigger event. this is breann Stewart's definition of cause/effect!!
The asteroid belt does not have an effect on the outer planets being bigger. It just has an effect on the outer planets being colder.
There are several things that one needs to take into consideration when switching from 17 to 26 inch wheels. The biggest thing to understand is that making this switch will have an affect on the speedometer by causing the speedometer to not have an accurate reading of your speed.
A different OD can effect the speedo accuracy, but unless it is significantly different from OEM you should not have to have it calibrated. If you do any speedometer shop can do it.
No, but they can effect handling, braking, ride, mileage, and the accuracy of your speedometer.
Putting on any different height tire will affect the speedometer somehow.
No, his brain was not bigger than normal. Albert Einstein only used much more of his brain than the normal person. If anyone has a bigger brain than someone else, it is only a difference in the body structure, it does not effect intelligence.
Bigger cc = bigger motor = more power. But also heavier bike.
The bigger affect on wind speed is air pressure.
whats the difference between cause and effect?
the bigger it is the slower it goes
No, it will not have any effect