It does not change the actual speed of a vehicle but changing tire size can affect the accuracy of the speedometer.
The larger the tire the faster the vehicle will go for every revolution of the wheel.
The wheel size does affect its speed.
-- mass of the vehicle -- speed of the vehicle
It affects you because you're an idiot.
It would affect its speed because the weight of the car is gonna slow it down
A heavy vehicle can go just as fast as a light vehicle, it just takes longer and more HP to reach desired speed with a heavier vehicle.
Changing the slope of the ramp will affect the speed of the vehicle going down it.
The size and shape of the frontal cross-section of an object will affect it's speed unless it is traveling through a vacuum. This is called form drag.
The higher the wind speed, the bigger the particle size.
Depending on the Issue If you switched tires recently or went to an alt size or even veh desc was lowered it could affect all those components P225/55R16 94H the speed rating or the size could affect your veh handling or components if going out of rec tire size or speed rating will affect the vehicle
Depending on the vehicle, a faulty VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensor) could affect the automatic transmission shift points.
Yes not only does it change the speed of the vehicle, it will also affect the odometer and the MPGs the vehicle is getting (not for the better usually). its always best the check what tire size the vehicle manufacturer recommends for your specific vehicle, the size is listed on a spec sticker on the drivers side door edge or the frame near the latch plate. you want to either match that tire size or get a tire of equal diameter - IE. total height. To see the difference yourself with your tire size change check this website out - just six steps to figure out speedometer changes and tire height differences. http://www.net-comber.com/tirecalc.html
The weight and speed of the vehicle.
There are a number of factors which affect the speed of microprocessor. Some of them include size of RAM, bus speed and type, amount of cache memory and speed of the CPU among others.
No. It effects the vehicles speed, and how the horsepower is used. It take more energy to move larger wheels, so the vehicle will feel less powerful and because the larger wheels take longer to roll, the vehicle will be slower.
more stuff has to be put on it to be able to support the weight
bigger car size means increase in weight provided the same material used
It has no effect at all.
The engine size of a vehicle is not directly relate to its speed.
the fatter you are, the less speed your car will max out at, but, the more weight, the more momentum