Smaller engines generally need to run at higher RPM's in order to produce enough power to keep you moving at the rate you want. Larger V8's produce a lot of HP/torque so they are able to run at less than 2,000 rpm at 65 MPH. Smaller enines need to produce a lot of power to get you up to speed, so that accomplish that by running at higher RPM's. ==New Answer== Be sure the transmission torque converter lock-up clutch (TCC) is functioning before resigning to the possibility that "all four cylinder engines need a lot of RPMs to develop the power to cruise at high-way speeds". My Tracker's TCC is not functional due to an electrical problem inside of the trans and this is causing excessive engine speed at 60 MPH,also.Be advised though, that with the TCC operational,there is only a 300 RPM difference compared with it not working, at least on my '91 Tracker. Also, be certain the trans is shifting into all of the gears it was designed to provide.
Excessive means "extravagent", or "exceeding the normal bounds of something".Too much of something.Excessive means - exceeding the normal or permitted extents or limits; immoderate; inordinate
Hyperkinesia is an increase in muscular activity that can result in excessive abnormal movements, excessive normal movements, or a combination of both.
It is not normal because that is a common ignition failure. This is can be caused by a broken lock pin in cylinder assembly.
That is not normal. A normal period last from 4-7 days, not that long. Go to the doctor.
No excessive blood clots are not normal you should be seen by your heath care provider.
for a cylinder it is (PI)*r*2*cos(B) + 2*r*h*sin*(B) Where r is radius B is the angle between the normal to the cylinder face and the normal to the plane of projection
It's a little high. Not excessive, but higher than normal, for an adult.
When a woman has excessive hair on the face, it usually means that there is a higher than normal amount of testosterone in her blood.
A condensates return temperature indicates excessive steam.
a drought (mild-severe-excessive)
A normal combustion engine has one piston per cylinder. So a 4 cylinder has 4 pistons, a 8 cylinder has 8 pistons, etc.
That fact is NOT proven.
A certain amount is normal but excessive amounts is badly damaging to health and relationships.
Motors overheat due to excessive current, not necessarily voltage. Normal voltage can cause a motor to overheat if it is stuck (not spinning). The problem is not usually the voltage, but whatever is causing excessive current flow (usually because the motor is not spinning like it is supposed to).
Some bleeding is normal. However, if it is excessive or you are unable to get it to stop by applying pressure, you should see your physician for evaluation.
What color? Blue- burning excessive oil - bad rings or valve Black - raw fuel - cylinder not firing - carb adjustment White - when engine is at normal operating temperature - steam bad head gasket?
The normal (unsharpened) pencil is a hexagonal cylinder.
It all depends on the rating of your thermostat which is usually 180 to 195 degrees if using a aftermarket temperature gauge and headers the temp. gauge reading will be higher than normal because of the excessive heat from the headers.
when sexual exitment -normal. other time - abnormal, called leucorrhoea.
If it is like most american cars it should be the front passenger cylinder if it's a normal setup.
195 degrees F.
If you are installing the timing chain on a 2.7L, the number one cylinder will not be at TDC. That is normal.If you are installing the timing chain on a 2.7L, the number one cylinder will not be at TDC. That is normal.