It all depends on the type of highway and the speed limit signs.
It is the posted speed.
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no but if you can find an 88 to 92 tranny it will work fine
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Well you see considering that highway workers work on the highway and if the speed limit was raised, then there's more of a possibility of a car "flying" down the highway and hitting the highway worker
432.7 km/h is the reported fastest speed on a public highway.
55 on the highway, and 30 in the city.
Whatever the posted speed limit is.
the posted speed limit
The speed of something orbiting another body can be calculated from the mean altitude of the orbit and the mean radius and the mass of the body. The distance to an interplanetary probe can be calculated from the time elapsed from the sending of a communication signal to the probe until receipt of acknowledgement of the signal from the probe. The speed of the probe can be calculated by doing that twice. The rate at which time passes for an object in space can be calculated from the speed of the object.
The normal speed limit on the highway.
For a 4-speed the mpg ranges 23/24 city to 32 highway. A 3 speed is 21 city and 24 highway. A 5 speed is 23/24 city and 31 highway.
The time taken depends on the speed of the traveler. At the fastest speed possible, the speed of light, it would take about 5 minutes to get to Mercury at its closest approach. Neptune would take about 4 hours to reach. At more realistic speeds, like that of the Voyager 2 probe which now moves at a comparatively poky speed of 15km/sec, it takes years to get to the outer planets. The probe was launched in 1977 and reached Neptune in 1989.
i it just over an hour in light speed but by rocket it took the cassini probe even years to reach Saturn. Pioneer 11 took 6 years
The speed limit is 55mph.
First, this isn't a question. Second, why? Do you just like to test stuff? And will you wait to reach "highway speed" and then disconnect EPS or start out with it disconnected? Will you wear a crash helmet? There are a lot of implications you may not have thought through.Good luck.You know, you really don't need brakes at highway speed. The pads could be removed and stored safely in the trunk until they're required. They'll last a lot longer that way.
It is driving exclusively on the highway at a set speed with no stop and go traffic.
In the US, the maximum speed on an interstate highway is 70. Until recently, there were a couple of stretches of highway that were limitless.