The weight for a Co2 car should be in the back?
Yes the weight of a CO2 car should be in the back that way it isn't pushing a bunch of weight if it is in the front you would have to push all that weight to move
You want the weight to be balanced front to back, that's why the Indy Cars have wings on the front and back of the cars to add or take away downforce. On another note the IndyCars also have a weight jacker that adjusts the cross weight on the car from left to right. The weight jacker allows the driver to make fine-tuning adjustments as the car begins to handle differently during the race.
Petrol cars produce CO2 as a combustion by-product, so it might be said that whatever the fastest car in the world is the fastest CO2 car. There are no cars powered by CO2 - obviously - as any chemical reaction starting with CO2 needs energy to produce another substance. There might be a car somewhere powered by compressed CO2, but this will stop moving when it runs out of pressure. Consequently the fastest CO2 car…
Doesn't the driver ( and any passengers ) in the car emit CO2 as well, so you are not comparing like with like. You must compare CO2 from Car, driver and passengers with CO2 emitted by cyclist to be more accurate. You will need to divide the CO2 for car driver and passenger by number of occupants of car to get CO2 per person per journey
it depends. it wont increase your speed but it might give you more grip when accelerating. if you have a front wheel drive car, put weight in the front or if you have rear wheel drive, put weight in the back. its best if you have no weight at all really, just get some functional spoilers. spoilers will create the grip you want. weight usually decreases a cars preformance because a heavier car dosent want…
My electric car that I pay extra to charge using wind power. = NONE CO2 emissions are rated per mile by the US government Average is .916 Pounds per mile for the average car Please be aware: If your car burns less gas than average it produces less CO2 If your car burns more it creates more CO2 This is for cars only!!
I bought a car a month ago but the brakes don't work the dealership took it back to fix it and two days later still the same problem the car has warranty?
The oil weight needed for a 1985 Camaro Z28 will depend on the type of driving and the outside temperature. If the car is to be driven in summer, the weight of the oil should be 10-40. In winter, switch to a 10-30 or 5-30. If the car is a show car for racing, 50 weight oil can be used in the summer.
Can a new car be returned to the dealer if the dealer cannot deliver contracted upgrades to the car?
You put them wherever they are needed. If the threads are bare then they need replacing by law. See a car professional. If possible, put the best tires at the back. When braking(hard), the weight at the rear of the car will be momentarily reduced, making it easier for those wheels to break free and skid. By having the tires with the best grip at the rear you reduce that risk a little.