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Check that the TV rod is adjusted properly or is still attached. it is an adjustable rod that connects from the transmission to the throttle linkage and the adjustment controls the shift points and kick down function of the transmission.

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0120ft.I discovered a formula for calculating it for any given speed. I've tested it for 20mph, 30mph,40mph,50mph,60mph and 70mph. The formula is as follows:overall stopping distance in ft = Sp x (1 + Sp/20).Where Sp is the magnitude of the speed in mph.So at 40mph it is:40 x (1 + 40/20) = 50 x (1 + 2) = 40 x 3 = 120ft.

This depends upon the type of train, its tonnage. and the speed it is travelling. Passenger trains can stop much faster than a freight train. A passenger train at normal speeds of 60mph to 110 mph can be stopped in well under a mile, minimum distance as short as 2500 feet. A heavy freight train traveling at 40mph can take nearly 2 miles to stop.

too many crashes . When I was young, there was only the 30mph limit in towns, and a few 40mph limits on urban through ways. Apart from that, no limit on the open road. Now we have 70mph on motorways and dual carriageways, 60mph on all other roads unless lower limit posted. Lower limits are a sometimes confusing mix of 50mph, 40mph, 30mph, 20mph and 10mph

well it depends how fast your going!! if your going 40mph it will take an hour if you want to know how fast at other speedsjust take how fast your going and if it is double 40 (80), then you must half the time and vice versa though for your convenience 10mph-4 hours 20mph-2 hours 30mph-1 and a half hours 40mph- 1hour 50mph- 48 mins 60mph - 40 mins 70 mph - around 34mins and 16 secs 80mph - 30mins you shouldn't be going faster than this!!!

Velocity = Distance รท Time : therefore Time = Distance รท Velocity. Let the distance travelled at 40mph be 'x' miles, then the distance travelled at 60mph is 410 - x. Then 7 = x/40 + (410 - x)/60 : which leads to 20x = 16800 - 16400 : x = 20 Thus Sam travels 20 miles at 40mph (taking 1/2 hour) and 390 miles at 60mph (taking 61/2 hours).

Optimal speed for gas mileage in most cars is between 40-60mph. That means that if you're traveling much faster than 60mph or slower than 40mph, your car is probably not operating most efficiently. So, if you're taking an expressway and traveling at speeds of 80+mph, you're wasting gas. But also be aware that if you're taking a shorter route, but spending lots of time idling in traffic or waiting at traffic lights, you're also wasting gas. Best to get a ride with a friend. http://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/driveHabits.shtml

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