Give it a tune up Sounds like a worn timing gear. Mike It may be that you have floating trash in your gas tank. Because of the age of the car some metal flakes may be in your gas tank. Check and may be replace the gas filter. Also, just to be sure there is no trash in the carb/injetor soak a couple of cotton swabs in acohol and swab out the carb/injetor. The acohol will dry fast and not be a problem when you start the car. Rebekah Saw (and drove) this same problem for months. Finally found out it was an intermittent MAP sensor. It's between you air filter and air intake. Approximately $300 dealer only item.
No the can go faster downhill or uphill
It depends... the object could be falling, going straight, going uphill or going downhill.
Gravity. The car is heavy and doesnt want to move, so you must excelerate to make the car go uphill. If a car is going downhill, the is no need to excelerate because gravity is pulling the car downhill.
I would suppose it would matter if you were going uphill or downhill.
the car going uphill has the right of way because the person going downhill has more traction backing up -ms.princezzz
contour lines all ways point up hill or up stream
Gravity adds a force (kgs) going downhill = sin (incline angle) * mass vehicle (kgs) and detracts the force when going uphill (same equation)
11mpg loaded. 11.25mpg unloaded. 11.5mpg going downhill. 10.75mpg going uphill. 10.5mpg going uphill loaded. Subtract 1mpg if it's raining. Add 1mpg if you drive less than 65.
Average speed = Distance travelled/Time taken. And that applies whether the object is going downhill, uphill or is on a roller coaster.
Only while going uphill or while on pavement other than that, you should keep it pretty loss especially while going downhill
For cardiovascular health, it is more beneficial to do sprint walk or jogging. Running uphill seems better but researches are going on to describe which one is more beneficial. Consult your doctor if you are suffering from a heart disorder.
Generally when we are going up hill because of the gravity pull, more power is needed. So when traveling uphill more power is needed than downhill.
It loses power because going uphill is harder then going downhill therefore causing it to use more gas and then making it lose power bit by bit.
Simple blood pressure rise triggers nausea and a stressed feeling in general with an increase heart rate when going up hill ,especially when over weight
It actually takes longer to fly south to north, as when you are flying towards the northern hemisphere you are going uphill. Alternatively, when you are flying north to south you are flying downhill which is obviously faster. It's like if you try to ride a bike up a hill, it will take longer due to gravity. If you're going downhill you're unstoppable.
With more gears to choose from you can keep turning the pedals at a steady rate and effort level regardless of if the road is going uphill or downhill. Makes riding more efficient.
When two vehicles meet on a steep road where neither can pass, the vehicle facing downhill must yield the right-of-way by backing up until the vehicle going uphill can pass.
It requires extra power to go uphill, against the pull of gravity.
In Scotland we call that an "electric brae". There are one or two famous examples, which have become (in a small way) tourist attractions. It is a kind of optical illusion, where the lie of the land tricks your brain into thinking you are going downhill, when the physical reality is the opposite. There you go!
Going to the constellation Taurus. Going to the constellation Taurus.
it depends on if your running uphill, a relatively even surface, or going downhill. If you are running up hill you will burn more calories, but if you were running down hill you would burn less.
depends on how far you walk, are you going uphill, downhill or is it flat? if you walk on a flat area then you will not burn as much as the other two, uphill you will burn the most. all in all you will not burn a lot of calories unless you walk a pretty good distance and even a couple miles of flat land will only burn around 70 calories. a couple miles uphill could burn over 150.
Towards the center of the Earth. Really. Down, basically. If you're trying to go uphill, you'll get pulled backwards. If you're going downhill, you'll get pulled forwards, because of the slope of the hill and the action of the wheels.