There would need to be oxygen, less heat and less inclimate weather.
We would need farm land, water considering there is only 0.002% of water in its atmosphere. less heat and less inclimate weather.
The required fuel pressure varies from year, make, model and engine size. An example would be, a 2000 Chevrolet Blazer with the 4.3L engine would require 60 to 66 psi for the fuel system to operate correctly. Any more or less than that the engine would run poorly if at all.
This would decrease the efficiency of the engine because less air would be able to enter.
um they became less important?
check your accelerator...
That would depend on what foods were in it. If you ate 2000 calories of corn, but did not add butter, there would be no fat (but of course you'd get diarrhea!). 2000 calories of meat would contain some fat. Fish would contain less saturated fat than pork.
You will not get all the nutrins you need a day
Why the fuel consumption is less in 4 stroke engine as compared to 2 stroke engine
You can, but it would be less expensive and time consuming to just buy a moped.
Possible? Yes. Advisable? No. It would be much easier and involve less expense to go back with the OEM engine. Remember if you switch to a 350 Chevy engine you will have to change way more than just the engine. Major modifications will need to be made. You will either need a Chevy transmission or a conversion bell housing, if they exist. Drive shaft will also need to be changed., just to name a few of the many things you will need to modify. Save yourself the headache and the expense. Install a Ford V8.
Yes the Golf Mk4 can take an offset of between 35 to 42 with no modifications, anything more or less you will need spacers or body modifications! check this site out: http://www.carlsalter.com/wheel_fitments.html
Not sure when you say low speed. Not knowing what your driveline ratio is I will just use some basic numbers .If 20 MPH is your speed and you were in first gear your engine RPM's would be 3000, if you were in second gear at 20MPH your engine RPM's would be 2500 , if you were in third gear at 20MPH your engine RPM's would be 2000. A difference of 1000 RPM's from low to high gear. Lower engine RPM's less fuel used.
Less than the blink of an eye; about 0.0107 second.
You'll need to either pull the engine or the transaxle. The engine would be far less trouble, but it will still be a bit of trouble.
Subtraction of 10 from 2000 gives the required number. 2000 - 10 = 1990 is 10 less than 2000.
It needs to be Re-Set.. Most places can do it for no cost. takes less than 10 seconds.
mabey you failed to fix problems with your car
Engine will run coolerIt may be less fuel efficient if the factory design requires a 195The heater would not be as warm.Engine will run coolerIt may be less fuel efficient if the factory design requires a 195The heater would not be as warm.
The engine would breath properly = more power and better fuel economy And less emissions
If this is a Quad-4 SOHC or DOHC engine you're looking at 12 to 15 hours at shop labor rate (depending on transaxle type and AC) plus about $2500 for a brand new GM engine and miscellaneous parts. A high quality remanufactured engine is likely to cost slightly more, and a cheaply remanufactured engine a bit less, but you often get what you pay for. If you use a junkyard engine, you are taking a chance on getting a junk engine.If this is a 2.2L OHV (pushrod type) engine, about 5 to 8 hours labor and a less expensive engine. Also, the 2.2L engine lasts about twice as long (but has less power output.You MUST use the same engine type that the car was originally equipped with.
Check the wattage used by the block heater which should be listed on the heater. If it is 2000 watts or less then the generator will run it.
I am assuming you have the 2.0L? If so this is a distributor-less engine with coil over plug ignition. The spark signal comes from the crankshaft position sensor.
A Fiat Spider's curb weight is about 2300 lbs. more or less depending on modifications, or if the tube bumpers are removed.
14 or 15 MPG on the highway and less in town.