What parts would make a 1996 Yamaha Waverunner 3 go faster?
Found this link via google and it answers your question. I have just purchased a 1990 waverunner LX and was looking for the same info. A PWC mechanic did tell me 32:1 ratio. http://www.dansmc.com/2stroke_oil.htm I own a Yamaha 1989 Wave runner, and the fuel to Oil ratio is 50:1. Hope this helps, i guess there is a bit of a difference between the 1990 adn 1989.
Not necessarily. Cells in different parts of plants and animals reproduce (divide) at different rates. It would depend on what parts of the organisms you are comparing. For example: the ends of plant roots grow a lot faster than the other parts, and hair cells in animals grow faster than cells in other parts of the body.
If she is more than just a couple months along, I would advise against it. It could be quite harmful if she fell or jostling of the waves against the waverunner. If you go real slow when there aren't any waves (maybe at night ) just for a cruise just to spend time with her, I think that might be okay, but nothing more than that.
Why couldn't spiral arms of the milky way galaxy be physically connected structures and what would happen to them?
Technically yes. Your thoughts travel approximately 1500 times faster than the speed of light ( That's 279000000 miles per second) So when you think to move your leg, your thought travels from your brain to your leg faster than light would. but you can phyicly move your body parts faster than the speed of light
Depends what gsx-r you're talking about. If you're talking about the Hayabusa, then that would win in the top speed. Check it out on youtube, Hayabusa vs R1. The R6 is the smaller version of the R1. The R1 is better for track, the R6 is better for canyon and city riding. The smaller Gsx-r 600 is a good competition for the R6, but the R6 is better at corners.
Ask a Yamaha shop for the best set up. A couple things that you can do before altering the engine would be an aftermarket exhaust and a different sprocket set (a smaller rear sprocket will improve top end). Gaining speed will, most of the time, make you lose low end torque so talk to your local motorcycle repair shop for the best options for what you have in mind. You can also get a BBR…