This can happen due to few reasons. Check the spark plugs, any Air leaks on hoses, check the SICV -- Slow Idle Control Valve(if not move well,clean with the petrol),check the proper voltage and specially check the FPR--Fuel Pressure Regulator. If you check those areas,you can eliminate the problem.
== == == == == == == == just had this with a 99 3 series.. i changed the fuel filter and the sluggish jerking went away.. An air leak will also do this. Meaning that the car is sucking in air through so opening in the air tubes or intake system, check for loose fittings or puntured vacum hoses. If air is leaking in, the car will be stariving for gas so it jerks, sometimes it even revs up on it's own, and set check engine lights off. Hope I could help
30 to 36 mph
Yes, it does affect our speed while we are running because if there is more air pressure the force of the pressure is against us and so we slow down while we are running.
A cheetah's top speed is 120 km/h while sprinting or 93 km/h while running a longer distance.
Yes, raising video quality lowers the speed of the program you are running, while lowering it increases the speed.
Keep engine running idle speed
After running for a while, the runner will usually get tired, and tend to run slower.
Mass does not affect the acceleration of an object due to gravity. Any object of any size or mass will fall at the same speed. A ball rolling down an inclined plane is accelerated by gravity, so its speed won't be affected by its mass at all.
If you are playing on the WII with the game cube controller, hold c if you have the speed power up while running and it should automatically start.
no they do not. hares are slightly bigger and flatten their ears while running to maintain speed while rabbits keep their ears up
Speed while running is caused by the elasticity in your muscles. The more elasticity you have, the faster your legs go back to their original position, and the faster you can move them again.
Run A Lot, Eat Fruits And Veggies For Stamina, And Focus On Looking In Front Of You While Running. Also Exercise.