Yes That Is An Indication Of Being Too Fast In Time. Have The Timing Set Then See If It Is Better.
At highway speeds, YES!
It will take about about 1.5 hours at highway speeds.
About an hour at highway speeds.
When you're cruising along at highway speeds on level roads.
If by this you mean only "hot heat" when drive at highway speeds likely thermostat bad and/or almost stuck and takes long time warm up from high engine RPM during highway driving.
My 1999 Trooper gets about 16 MPG with mixed highway and city driving. I believe that it has the same drive train as the 2001. If I drive at moderate speeds on the highway, I can get 19 MPG.
no but you have to drive on a sidewalk or parking lot or neighborhood, etc. but you cant drive on a highway or streets outside of neighborhoods, think of it as a normal bike
a patched tire can be safe to drive on for short periods of time, but shouldn't be driven at highway speeds as they aren't as safe
This can only be done in theory and not in practice, but it should take about six months to travel to the moon at highway speeds nonstop.
You can't even drive a scooter on a highway. If you are trying to get somewhere, you must take slower back roads because most mopeds can only reach speeds of about 50mph.
Yes there is, but you have to walk a little, unless you have four-wheel drive, then you can park in the site.
It depends on how fast you drive and whether you stop or not along the way, but at highway speeds with no stops other than quick ones for refueling, around 12 hours.
It varies from one make to another but in general a drive cycle consists of starting up cold, warm up while driving at normal speeds around town and also a short trip at highway speeds then shutting down allowing vehicle to cool down. That would be one drive cycle.
Ofcourse you can, you can drive any car in the highway. It's a car.
can a person temporarily drive a tractor on a highway with a driver license
NO! Mopeds generally are 50cc or less. Some states allow highway travel with a minimum of 150cc which is suicidal, unless it can maintain 70mph. Personally I would go no less than 250cc for highway riding, and more like 400cc for long distance touring with or without a passenger and with the ability to pass comfortably at highway speeds.
it is where you drive in the highway
You can drive on the highway in New York with a permit. You have to be accompanied by a licensed driver in order to do so.
You pay when you drive out of the parking area.
drive shaft carrier bearing needs to be replaced
Usually no, electric scooters cannot get up to highway speeds, however you may be able to find some that do if you look in the right places or right websites.
Highway # 17, the Trans Canada Highway. Is about a five hour drive.
Two or more complete drive cycles should do it. A drive cycle would include a cold start, driving 10 miles or so, some miles at highway speeds then shut down and cool off.
It is about an 18 hour drive to Perry Highway in Pittsburgh.