Is a 10 bolt rear end better for gas mileage than a 12 bolt?
10 bolt or 12 bolt has NOTHING to do with gas mileage. It is the gear ratio that is inside of the rear end housing that affects the mileage. The lower the gear the lower the fuel mileage is. The higher the gear, better the fuel mileage is.
Yes. The higher the octane rating, the better the mileage you are likely to get.
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bolt on is better but cause more... I personally weld mine in 2004 and it starting to get loose. So i suggest u go with bolt on.
i honestly think that a charter bus has better gas mileage than a regular school bus a lot better gas mileage if i were to really answer this i would say yes a charter bus does have good gas mileage= ]
They don't. Diesels get better mileage and last longer.
100 cc bike has better mileage than 150 cc bike due to its engine power big engine consumes more fuel than the smaller one.
i header is much better than a manifold better it will give you increased air flow horse power and gas mileage
not really. First, the wheel bolt pattern is different. The 92 has a 5x5" bolt pattern. The 78 sedans and coupes have a 5x4.75" pattern. Also, the 92 has an ABS sensor in the snout of the center section (this isn't a deal breaker, but can't be taken out). The biggest problem is that while the rears look simillar, the trail arm angles and placement and the actual width of the rear are not exactly… Read More
Well there is not a good way to make a huge difference in your MPG but there are a few things you can do to make it a little better. You can buy an air intake system and have it installed (such as a K&N ). You can improve your mileage just by not letting your gas tank get less than half empty. For some reason or another you get better mileage by keeping it… Read More
Is it better to buy an older better reviewed car with higher mileage or a lesser reviewed new car with lower mileage?
Many times a high mileage newer used car is much better to buy. The miles are most likely highways miles which are way easier on a car than city driven miles, which is mostly stop and go traffic, and the book price is reduced according to mileage making them an even better deal.
Yes, they get better mileage, more torque, and are cleaner burning. You can tow twice that with a diesel pickup than you could with a gas pickup. Diesel cars get amazing mileage. 55mpg for a volkswagen Jetta TDI.
Bicycles give you more gas mileage.
i can suspect that chrome will be a little more resistant to rust than stainless steel but it depends if you have just a chrome plated bolt and stainless steel made bolt the stainless steel bolt will probably hold better since its of higher quality metal, the chrome plating is good but is easily vulnerable to scratches that can let rust to easily penetrate the metal, now if its the bolt made out of chrome… Read More
Yes, diesel engines traditionally get better fuel mileage than a gasoline engine.
Gas mileage for hybrid SUVs varies depending on the model of SUV and the manner in which the vehicle is driven. In general, hybrid SUVs have gas mileage rating comparable to or better than standard SUVs.
No way. NOT POSSIBLE NOT EVEN CLOSE
Both are excellent, dependable, small cars. Buy the one that you like the best. But from a common sense standpoint of course the newer Yaris will less than half the mileage of the Civic is a better buy. That is assuming they are the same price.
Usian Bolt is more famous than Michael Jordan and a much, much better athlete, especially on track.
for better traction!!
you can but you might have to make a few modifications but more than likely it should bolt right up yes it will work but you will have holes in the side of the bed from the caps on the end of the bumper, but the upside is it looks 100% better
Yes you can, infact you will get better Fuel mileage than E85.
Diesel engines normally get better fuel economy than gasoline engines.
It varies from car to car. My Honda Insight gets about 37 MPG city and 54 MPG highway. Toyotas tend to get better city mileage than highway.
Displacement power and mileage are not directly related but ... and there is always a But You need displacement (CC) to make power, the problem is that some engines use the displacement better than others Displacement gets bigger and fuel usage goes up, but again some engines use the displacement better than others
Rear engine dragsters are more aerodynamic and provide better traction.
Because gas prices are going up...
Your front tires are larger than your rear tires- if you get smaller front tires will your gas mileage improve?
Maybe, the manufacturer optimized the tire size to the vehicle, if your currently running larger than stock tires then you could be decreasing your mileage. Check the inside of your drivers side door for a placard with the correct tire size and inflation.
Most are diesel powered stick shift models that are smaller and lighter than American cars.
The Imperial gallon is larger than the US gallon. You will get more miles per Imperial gallon than you will a US gallon.
A car is typically for tranporting people and small loads and usually get better fuel mileage than a truck. A truck is better for transporting larger and/or heavier loads.
If you are working with a stock 10 bolt fill it until lube runs out the fill hole. If you are using an aftermarket cover where the fill hole is higher than stock, fill it to half axle height.
"A Mitsubishi Raider gets about 25 miles per gallon. It is better on gas than a truck or and SUV for example, but worse than a 4 cylinder car. Proper maintenance on the vehicle will help keep the gas mileage up."
Diesel engines are more efficient than gasoline because chambers are different. A diesel engine has better gas mileage.
a set neck guitar has better resonance and longer sustain than a bolt on, but they are more expensive and harder to fix. and bolt ons are the opposite easy to fix and less expensive, with less sustain and less resonance
Do manual transmission cars or trucks really get better gas mileage and cost less to maintain than automatics?
Two things - repairs cost less on manuals because all you're really dealing with is a clutch instead of a whole transmission and manuals typically get better gas mileage than an automatic because you are in full control of the gear you're in. Most definitely! They are better all the way around. Esp. when it comes to repairs. Learning to drive a stick just takes practice. This all depends on the driver. Yes, a manual… Read More
That's correct. This particular wrench holds the nut or bolt head better than any other wrench.
The rear brakes on the P5 are a bit different than most setups...be careful! The only way to move the piston back into the caliper is by way of a special Allen head bolt that is directly behind the piston, on the back side of the caliper, installed under a 14mm bolt. You have to remove this bolt to gain access to the Allen head. As you loosen the Allen head bolt(counter-clockwise), the piston will… Read More
I assume "High mileage oil" refers to oil that does not need to be changed for a "high mileage". What might be called "long life oil". The point is not that it's better, or worse, for the car. The point is that it lasts longer. This means it does not need to be changed as often. This means the car will use less oil during it's life, generating less toxic waste (Used engine oil is… Read More
Struts in front, shocks in rear. KYB are similar, if not better than the original.
How do you remove the rear rear speaker from a 99 explorer Eddie Bauer The screws are out the speaker spins but you can not pull it out?
There is a bolt through the back of the woofer enclosure. you can remove the enclosure and remove bolt...big pain in the "asprin" or you can do what I did and cut everything off the speaker ,just leaving the magnet. Then you get a huge pipe wrench , and flek magnet...bolt ... back and fourth till it breaks. It takes a lot of arm power .....but it was easer than removing the whole enclosure.. I… Read More
Not at all. They are much slower but get slightly better mileage. I own a hybrid and it is not slower than any other car. I have found myself going 85-90 and slowed it down. My gas mileage is good. I get average of 45 mpg around town and on the freeway have gotten 59 mpg. If you drive the car about 58-60 mph the mileage improves.
it will only if your car requires 89. If your car is designed for 87, then 89 will provide no benefit.
Dear Sir, To put bolt back in Model 80, first make sure bolt is intact, and there are no pieces missing, as well as being relatively clean. Then, look at rear of bolt. Place bolt so that the black knob at the rear is to your left if left handed, and right if right handed. Use padded pliers or a padded vice to grip knob. Pull on bolt body(part the bolt handle is attached to)… Read More
A standard shift vehicle combined with good driving habits can get better fuel mileage than an automatic transmission vehicle.
Not necessarily- it all depends upon how well maintained the engine has been, and also whether it's the vehicles' original engine or not. A high-mileage engine that has been well looked after and cared for, will be in a better running condition than a low-mileage one that hasn't. Also, if the vehicle has had a replacement engine fitted, then mileage will be irrelevant anyway as far as the engine's condition is concerned.
If your asking what vehicle or engine get the best mileage, it would have to be either a hybrid/4cyl. compact or a compact turbo diesel 4cyl./manual transmission. The diesel can actually get better economy is certain conditions than a hybrid/gas 4cyl.
uh well there completly different guns...the m16 is a assualt rifle and the l96 is a bolt action rifle. m16 is probly the better choice if your trying to survive on a battlefield.
A few things can effect gas mileage over sized tires, tire pressure, spark plugs taht need to be replaced, over due engine oil change. Then again it may be the size of engine in it, typically 4 cylinder get better mileage than 6 cylinder motor.It coold also have to with the speed you are driving. A few things can effect gas mileage over sized tires, tire pressure, spark plugs that need to be replaced, over… Read More
It depends on what type of driving you do. Hybrid vehicles tend to get the best mileage while driving in city traffic. The increase in mileage in the city is due to the increased used of the electric motor. Most hybrids (the notable exception is the Chevy Volt) will not use their electric motors while cruising down the highway. If you tend to do more highway driving, you will likely get better gas mileage by… Read More
No, Usain Bolt is fast but not as fast as a lion. Lions can sprint a short distance at 50 miles per hour.