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There are just too many different variables at play here. Could even turn out to be the PCM itself. Take it to a tune-up shop for diagnosis.

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AnswerIt could be the vacuum lines, or it could just be that its running too hot, the average temp for a v8 92 camaro is about 220, but when u change the thermostat, and rewire the fan so that its always on, it cruises at about 180, and u pick up about 15hp making up for that slugish acceleration and keeping a smooth cruise. try swaping the maf sensor the wire filament usually have fibers from cheap wet air filters interfere with the fuel mixture signal sent ftom mas air flow sensor g

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Q: Why does a 1991 Camaro RS run fine when cold but when warmed up have sluggish acceleration and surge when cruising at a steady speed?

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If velocity is steady and doesn't change, then there is 0 acceleration.

WILD GUESS BUT WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU CHANGED THE FUEL FILTER????? IF A FILTER IS GETTING CLOGGED IT WILL TAKE OFF OK BUT WHEN IT NEEDS A STEADY STREAM OF FUEL IT WILL HESITATE...........

A steady increase in force will result in a steady acceleration, however if thesteady force stays the same then the speed will obviously remain the same.=====================================HONK ! Beulah the Buzzer is agitated and rankled by that answer, mainly becauseeach of its statements is individually and so thoroughly wrong.The formula that relates force and acceleration could hardly be any simpler . . .F = M ATo answer this question, let's first divide both sides by M . . . A = F/M .and there you have it. Acceleration is equal to (Force) divided by (Mass). As long as the force and the mass don't change, acceleration is a constant.In the words of the question, "steady force" causes a "steady acceleration".

Zero. Anything that moves at a steady velocity has no acceleration by definition, because acceleration is defined as rate of change in velocity.

check my answer Holding a steady speed.

If something is traveling at a "steady" speed, it can't be accelerating.

0 It is not accelerating at all since the velocity is steady.

Zero. Acceleration = change in velocity/change in time As you see the conditions are not met for acceleration to be taking place.

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There is no acceleration if the car is travelling at a steady 54,000 miles per hour.

Electrons acquire steady velocity because the acceleration acquired is lost in collisions with positive ions of the metals.

An object that is speeding up at a steady rate.

0 m/s^2 (zero acceleration) since there is no change in direction and speed is constant.

the term steady implies no change at a point in time, however particle speed can change from point to point. ie, water novel, steady flow with increase in velocity

No itÕs not. Acceleration only occurs when there is a change in velocity with time but since the velocity is constant there is no acceleration.

Five examples of uniform motion are: A car going along a straight level road at steady speed An aircraft cruising at a level height and a steady speed A ship steaming on a straight course at steady speed A train going along the tracks at steady speed A cooling fan running at a fixed speed

Acceleration = 0 because the car is moving at a STEADY velocity. It is neither speeding up, nor slowing down.

-- constant acceleration -- speed increasing at a steady rate -- distance increasing as the square of the time since everything started

At a constant speed there is no acceleration. Acceleration describes a positive change in speed meaning to go faster. Deacceleration describes how fast something is slowing down. But at a constant speed of 60mph there is acceleration or deacceleration.

Yes. Even though the acceleration rate is decreasing, it is still accelerating but at a lower (or slower?) rate. When acceleration rate reaches 0, the speed stops increasing and remains steady.

Acceleration is defined as the rate of change of velocity. When at a steady speed, there is no rate of change of velocity and therefore acceleration is zero. When the rate of change of speed is positive, such as a car speeding up, acceleration is positive. If the rate of change of speed is negative, such as a driver applying the brakes, there is negative acceleration, or deceleration.

A falling object doesn't have constant velocity.It has constant acceleration. That means that its velocity increases at a steady (constant) rate.The rate is called the "acceleration of gravity".

IF the curve got is a straight line parallel to time axis then the motion is steady. ie with uniform velocity. If it is a straight line inclined with the time axis then it is uniformly accelerated. So it is also a steady state with uniform acceleration.

Added info to question: Vacuum also coincidently went from steady 20psi to 15psi/knock - small backfire/miss on acceleration from idle. Knock is steady at idle.

I have a 1991 z28 350 car and installed 5 speed in it. I had a friend stay with me on a gsxr 1000 and we maintained and steady speed by his speedo of 159 mph!! All stock camaro except tranny!!