How much petrol remains when your passion pro bike enters in reserve mode?
About 1 liter
Yes and no, I have a 2002 bandit 1200s, it has a reserve switch to the left of seat... You need to switch to reserve by around 115 miles ridden or the bike will slow at throttle and shut off. It has a gravity feed hose below normal hose, that is reserve, just simply turn the knob "arrow up" and it will go to reserve.
Until relatively recently, lead was added to petrol to raise its octane rating. After decades of cars emitting this into our atmosphere, scientists began to find high levels of lead in the air of our cities and along major traffic arteries. Even after lead is no longer added to fuel, the lead remains in our urban environment and re-enters the atmosphere when disturbed.
Under Hitler's pre-death order, his body was taken outside, doused with petrol and set on fire in a shell crater (along with Eva Braun). The available petrol was scarce, and combustion was incomplete. The Russians later found the bodies, and briefly reburied them at another location. Later, they re-exhumed the remains, examined them. then cremated the remains and dumped the ashes into a river headed out to sea.
Corsa's do not have "a reserve tank" in the true meaning of the phrase. On a vehicle with a reserve tank there will be a control knob/lever on the dashboard that, when the vehicle runs out of fuel, can be operated to allow the engine to draw from an "emergency" supply of fuel to allow you to get to a petrol station. Most modern cars have done away with this, and instead have a warning…
Petrol is made in an oil refinery, by distilling crude oil I'm not sure when it was invented, but it was around in the 1800s. It comes from oil reserves deep underground, which are the compacted and heated remains of ancient organic matter, which is covered by layers of rock etc. over millions of years.
Do corn oil and petrol get their energy from the Sun Both corn oil and petrol are sources of energy Petrol comes from crude oil which is formed from the remains of dead organisms Explain?
in petrol we have 2 types.they are 1.leaded petrol 2.unleaded petrol in leaded petrol we have lead compounds so we call it as leaded petrol. in unleaded petrol we do not have lead compounds. the use or advantage of unleaded petrol is it does not emit harmful gases in to the environment. but leaded petrol emits harmful gases. cracking process takes place in unleaded petrol. cracking means it is a process of converting harmful gases…