You have warped rotors. To cure the problem, you will need to remove both front rotors and have them turned by a machine shop, or replaced if they are not turnable. Be sure and replace both front sets of pads, even if they look good. Also check the calibers to make sure they are not sticking. Sticking calibers will overheat the rotors and warp them. When you put the wheels back on be sure and torque the wheel lug nuts to the proper torque, probably 80 lb/ft. Overtightened nuts will warp rotors.
Overdrive lets the engine run slower at highway speeds. This saves on gas.
They "reset" while driving at highway speeds.They "reset" while driving at highway speeds.
At highway speeds, YES!
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He speeds up.
4 speeds for automatic 5 for manual
Because if you are driving quickly and the driver in-front of you brakes hard then you have more time to react and have a less chance of crashing.
A US highway is an all access highway, like a main road; it includes businesses, houses, and direct intersections. Top speeds on the average US highway are 55 mph. An interstate highway is a limited access highway that is meant for commute. It includes no property entrances, and interchanges at high speed. Speeds range from 65 to 75 mph (about 90 to 105 km/h).
If by this you mean only "hot heat" when drive at highway speeds likely thermostat bad and/or almost stuck and takes long time warm up from high engine RPM during highway driving.
Warrego Highway is open as of 14/1/11 from Toowoomba to Dinmore with reduced speeds on many sections.
I don't use mine until I reach highway speeds.
Because a train is a lot heavier and travels at faster speeds.
Because your motor is spinning faster at higher speeds causing higher rpm's
top speed is 100mph or so, but that's not very safe to go up to on such a lite bike, on the burgman 650 exec it is but not on a 400. The fastest you'll want to go is about 85-90, no faster, that is if you want to break the traffic laws in your living area. but it will do highway speeds just fine, from 0-60 takes about 4-5 seconds depending on different factors.
White or blue smoke, and oil in the coolant are two fairly reliable signs of a blown head gasket or crack in the block or head. If it was the brakes (warped rotors also cause vibration), you would feel it vibrating faster at high speeds with light braking, and slower at lower speeds.
running out of gas??
The distance behind the car you are following
It will take about about 1.5 hours at highway speeds.
About an hour at highway speeds.
Their cores are spinning faster.
First the car engine and thus the air conditioning compressor are running faster at highway speeds, so the unit is capable of more cooling. Second highway speeds force more air over the condenser coils which are in the front of the car, which means they are more efficiently cooled by the outside air thus allowing the system to more efficiently cool the inside of your car. You might want to check the "charge" of the system if it gets really cold on the highway, and is less than adequate in the city.
No. Peregrine Falcons can reach speeds of 200 mph. No bird it faster.
"Faster" refers to speeds. Miles and kilometers are units of distance, not of speed.
No. Horses reach faster speeds.
limewire has 2 speeds, SLOW AND STOP!!