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The Transmission Fluid may have thined out from the heat.

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Not a lot.

1 person every 31 minutes

It would take exactly 60 minutes.

Depends on the bike and it's gearing. At around 30mph, i will downshift from 4th to 3rd for engine braking. At around 18mph, I will downshift from 3rd to second for engine braking. I will not engine brake into first gear.

1 second is 0.0167 minutes.

Downshift. Allowing or operating the clutch to make it slip causes friction which causes heat which causes premature wear to clutch parts which causes unnecessary repair bills.

Nothing. Makes the engine rev higher.

MapQuest gives the driving time as 42 hours and 17 minutes but be carefull because CA has a second Burbank located in Santa Clara County and that one requires a driving time of 44 hours and 9 minutes.

The transmission computer defaults to second gear when it detects a malfunction and sets a code.

There are 60 seconds in 1 minute. But no minutes in a second.

there are 0.01666667 minutes in 1 second, and 60 seconds in a minute

0.0166666666666667 minutes

80 minutes

1.5 minutes.

116.6667 minutes.

0.5 minutes.

You cannot convert minutes to meter per second. because minutes is a time unit and meter per second is a velocity unit.

About a two-minute savings.A 10-mile trip at:50 mph takes 12 minutes60 mph takes 10 minutes 1 second.

1 second = 1/60 of a minute = 0.0166666 (repeating) minutes

There is generally 4 serviceable parts. First is filter and fluid change, second is linkage, 3rd is vacuum modulator, 4th is downshift cable. What are the symptoms? JayWalt cooldude@ilovejesus.net There is generally 4 serviceable parts. First is filter and fluid change, second is linkage, 3rd is vacuum modulator, 4th is downshift cable. What are the symptoms? JayWalt cooldude@ilovejesus.net

This question cannot be answered unless you restate it. There are 0.0167 minutes in a second.

"Minutes per second" is not a unit of speed. The question is really unintelligible.

First Affirmative Constructive - 8 minutes Cross-exmination of the First Affirmative - 3 minutes First Negative Constructive - 8 minutes Cross-exmination of the First Negative - 3 minutes Second Affirmative Constructive - 8 minutes Cross-exmination of the Second Affirmative - 3 minutes Second Negative Constructive - 8 minutes Cross-examination of the Second Negative Constructive - 3 minutes First Negative Rebuttal - 5 minutes First Affirmative Rebuttal - 5 minutes Second Negative Rebuttal - 5 minutes Secand Affirmative Rebuttal - 5 minutes

The total driving time at a constant speed, excluding stops or delays, is: 13 minutes 1 second.

12 hours, 12 minutes, 51.43 seconds give or take a half a second.