How it s possible to run a real cars not toy cars with 12 volts what will be the horsepower for those cars?
Real cars do run at 12 volts (voltages should be a little over 13 volts with engine running because of alternator output). The horsepower is determined by the engine type. Gasoline is used as a form of chemical energy when it is ignited inside the engine's combustion chambers, which creates the power responsible for moving the car.
it is not to anything well maybe a daewoo but those are not good horse power cars get a jetta and you wont have to have that kind of horsepower
They are 12 volts, just like cars.
Most f1 cars have about 8-9 hundred horsepower but horsepower is limited and all the cars in one race have the same horsepower so one car doesn't go faster than another and it is a fair race.
A car battery has usually 12 volts.
No it doesn't.
Gas is 12 volts and diesel is 24 volts
For radios 6 volts, for cars 12 volts, for large vehicles 24 volts, for submarines 220/440 volts.
A BMW Z3 (E36/4) has 138 horsepower. In 1997 a model came out with 183 horsepower. This was replaced by a 170 horsepower model, and then a 140 horsepower model.
Most American cars run on 12 volts DC
All modern cars today are for the most part 12 volts DC. Some older cars from the 50s back were 6 volt.
Horsepower and gearing.
12 volts DC current except the current to the spark plugs which can be 12,000 volts up to as much as 45,000 volts.
The Sprint Cup cars have between 700 and 800 horsepower.
12.6 volts when fully charged.
Horsepower and aerodynamics
supply and demand, it sells
Those cars are called hearses. Those cars are called hearses. Those cars are called hearses. Those cars are called hearses. A hearse.
There's a tie between cars with the least horsepower. Both the 2014 Mitsubishi i-MiEV and the 2014 Dodge Avenger have the least amount of horsepower.
12 volts DC.
Yes, it is a measurement of the output power of the engine
In Canada it is 500hp. Anything over that is technically illegal. But nowadays alot of cars come factory tuned over 500hp, so those are legal.
There are many ways to measure cars. Weight, horsepower, dependability, gas mileage, cost, safety, etc.
The 1979 Pontiac Trams Am vintage car has a horsepower of 170 and a torque of 310 ft/lbs. Since it is a vintage car, it has a lower horsepower than modern cars.
it means how many horses it takes to power that car
Most cars run off a twelve volt battery. 12 VOLTS DOES NOT EXISTS ON CARS TRY 13.68 VOLTS. And any variation around that. That needs to be explained if someone try it to get 12v.
On older cars around 10,000v was needed. On modern cars it can be between 20,000 and 30,000 volts.
Well those eBay turbos work but they are just cheaper in quality and probably don't give more horsepower than a real non eBay turbo. Sometimes people have problems fitting those generic turbos into cars.
No, car equipment works on 12 volts, house supplies are 120 or 240 volts.
Originally horsepower was rated by the amount of energy required for a horse to lift a 1 pound weight 1 foot in the air = 1 horsepower
to go faster
Yes, h.p. is h.p. no matter what vehicle it is in.
You didn't ask for a specific car, so I'll just give you a range. Most BMW's will range in horsepower from around 200 (the entry-level type cars) to 400 and higher (BMW's M division cars).
cars were really fast, they had about 1000 horsepower and could go up to 300 mph. since the cars have went downhill, and have lost power, looks and style.
1960 cars are better. ANSWER cars made in the 60's usually have more horsepower due to the increasing number of muscle cars. Also advances in technology helped in making cars in the 60's better.
The Suzuki Vitara was sold in North America between 1999 and 2004. It was available with three different engine configurations ranging from 130 horsepower to 155 horsepower.
http://www.cargurus.com/Cars/Specs-t6090-2001-Civic-DX-Coupe.html 115 horsepower at 6100 RPM.
It depends on what model of Ferrari. Ferrari makes many different cars that have different horsepower. You need to give specific info about what car model because if you just say Ferrari, all the cars made by Ferrari have different horsepower.
The horsepower rating of the 1989 TPI 305 engine in the F body cars was 195 - 205HP The horsepower rating of the 1989 TPI 305 engine in the F body cars was 195 - 205HP
it depends on what brand you buy it from, but usually they have less than 200hp
Either they have a lot of horsepower, or they need an engine check.
It takes horsepower, good aerodynamics, tires and suspension to go fast.
Torque is the cars power, horsepower is only the rate at which the torque is produced.
they have driven cars and those and those cars pollute
Depending on the year of the engine, the rated horsepower of the 426c.i. hemi used in cars like the Charger, Challenger, and Barracuda was severely underestimated. This was done deliberately for a couple reasons. The primary reason for the low horsepower rating was designed to clear the government set horsepower restrictions on cars manufactured out of the late sixties and early seventies. There are other theories about this but generally this was the intended purpose… Read More
its to do with the air/fuel intake valves F1 cars have RPM of 18000 meaning they run at high revs for acceleration and sheer horsepower low RPM 6000 engines are purely for economical and safety purposes as used in roads cars
A 2003 Nissan 350zx was considered a crowd favorite with its sleek design and solid handling. The engine in these cars were available with up to 287 horsepower.
Yes they can it is possible because Luke Milosz has one. So it is possible, Luke is only 7 years old. Not no toy cars real cars. buttface
like most other cars the cadillac cts coupe ranges in horsepower depending on the engine size depends on what the horse power is say you have a 2.8L V6 engine the horsepower will be 210 say it was a 5.7 or 6.0 V8 horsepower will be a little higher at 400
1979 ford 302 engine horsepower
Today's F1 engines produce nearly 900bhp at 20,000 rpm.