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This is a problem with the speedometer, not with the engine.
60mph unless slower speed limits are in force.
This V6 engine only has 170 H.P. It has a 0 to 60 time of around 7.6 seconds.
You can try to knock on the dashboard area around the speedometer. Or you could resolder the PCB on the backside of your speedo. A very common problem on 406's You can try to knock on the dashboard area around the speedometer. Or you could resolder the PCB on the backside of your speedo. A very common problem on 406's
60MPH is faster than 80kph 60MPH = 96.56064 kph 80kph = 49.7097 MPH
30mph on all roads with street lighting - unless indicated otherwise. 60mph on single carriageways. 70mph on motorways.
The most powerful model can get there in 3.4 seconds.
One mile at 60mph would take just one minute.
how many points would I get doing 78mph in a 60mph zone in Cumbria?
If it is a single carriageway, then the speed limit will be 60mph, unless it states otherwise or there are legal enforcements in place (e.g. roadworks/speed restrictions.)
It would take 3.5 hours to drive 210 miles at 60mph.
It does not matter what your speedometer goes up to. I used to own a 105 after we had the engine fixed and rebuilt it would go a bit over 40mph with two adults in the boat. Great little boat smooth ride and a great boat to ski behind. I wish I still had it. The speedometer in the 1975 Chrysler Conqueror 105 in my driveway I am restoring says 60mph.
Bugatti Veyron 16.4 0-60mph/0-100kph 2.46 seconds
In the UK it is 60mph for cars and motorcycles, 40mph for goods vehicles. Unless a lower speed limit is in force. This is assuming it is a single carriageway road.
The answer would very depending on how long you drive at 60mph. The reason is simply that the mph stands for mile per hour, which means you go a particular speed in a particular amount of time... without knowing the speed And the time the amount of miles traveled or time elapsed going a distance is unkown. However, I'll put a few examples here for various times. 60mph is 1 mile per 1 minute (as there are 60min in an hour), so at this speed, whatever amount of time traveled (in minutes) is equal to the amount of miles traveled (see below). 60mph for 1 minutes: 1 mile traveled 60mph for 5 minutes: 5 miles traveled 60mph for 10 minutes: 10 miles traveled 60mph for 15 minutes: 15 miles traveled 60mph for 30 minutes: 30 miles traveled 60mph for 60min/1hr: 60 miles
i can go up to 60mph
About 97 kph