The Japanese bullet train, or Shinkahansen, can move at a speed of 300+km/h
i think 200km/h
At least over 200 miles per hour.
The primary thing that makes a bullet train go so fast is its low friction and aerodynamic design. Some even use magnets to allow them to float in the air for more speed.
The fastest so far is the TGV in France, where a train reached about 357 mph for a limited time.Japan has the world record at 581km per hour. A modern Japanese Bullet Train can go 333km per hour. The french TGV can go at 343km per hour. But the fastest bullet train is the Chinese bullet train. It goes 487km per hour.
The track is very smooth and precisely positioned. The train is streamlined. The engine is powerful and it is good for the earth!
The reduction of airflow across the surface of the train will help facilitate the train's speed by the reduction of the trains resistance to airflow .
400 km/h is the fastest bullet trains go. Youtube I saw the commet say 500 mph i dont think it was going that fast. 430 kph
how fast can bnsf train go.
Depending on the bullet, 9mm goes slower than it, but a 45-50cal.