It would depend on the alarm, a steady alarm indicates an engine over heat. If the engine alarm is a series of beeps, this would indicate an oil pump / supply failure.
the engine will turn over but doesnot sound like it is fireing,changed fuel pump but it didn't help
clicking sound but engine wont turn over. jump across terminals on starter if engine turns over solenoid is bad.
Racing that does not take place over obstacles such as fences or hurdles
your ingine will make a sound and then wont start or turn over,
The sport of horse racing over jumps is called steeplechasing, while racing with no jumps is called flat racing.
In most cases, the engine will not fire or start if the clutch switch is bad. The key will turn in the ignition but there will be no turn-over or sound from the engine. If the engine turns over but doesn't start, there might be a problem with the fuel supply.
No, fox racing and fox racing shox are the same company, they just sell different things
depends whos waters you were in.
Its possible that this ticking sound is caused from driving fast for prolong periods. Its possible that its not the engine that is making the sound, but the exhaust system somewhere. I hear a ticking sound if I drive over 140KMh for long periods. It always stops once the car cools. I hopes this helps.
It depends on the make, model and engine size but MotoGP racing bikes have top speeds of over 200 mph.
This totally depends on the type of racing you want to do. If it's on a track then you'll find that Thoroughbreds, Quarter Horses, Paint, Appaloosa's, and Arabians are best for flat racing. For harness racing on the track Standardbreds are the top choice. If however you want to race across the ranges and such then any horse with legs and hooves strong enough to stay sound over the terrain will work well.
Street Racing is bad, and can cause accidents, i think if cops didn't pull us over, our whole country/town, would be horrible, and so unsafe. Don''t you think? -katy
if the sound of the engine cranking sounds unusual, your timing belt has snapped.
Yes. But you normally shouldn't be able to hear it over the sound of the engine running.
Thoroughbreds are often what are thought of most when thinking about racing, but there are racing for other horses like standardbreds, which are used for trotting or pacing races, quarter horse races that go over a quarter of a mile, Arabian racing, appaloosa racing, even mule racing! Many breeds are used for racing.
If "crank over" means the starter is turning the engine over but the engine won't run, I would suspect fuel pump failure, not uncommon.
That would be the starter.
Joey Dunlop's career lasted over 30 years. He began racing motorcycles in 1969, and would continue racing until a crash took his life on July 2, 2000.
The engine no longer would have a capable method of keeping itself clean, which means that the engine would not be usable. -The oil lubricates the engine so no oil means the engine would over heat and seize up. Which would be a costly mistake.-
Not really. You could start over and redesign an engine to be able to run on diesel but it would be completely different from the original.
It depends on the type of engine, if the engine is running and at what load. It also depends on the velocity of the car and the type of exhaust system, if the radio is on, the surface over which t is travelling, etc.
The speed of the engine is defined as the maximum revolutions per minute of the crank, which would depend on engine design. 50cc chainsaws can rev to over 14,000rpm. The maximum speed of a vehicle with a 50cc engine would depend on its weight, the gearing, the fuel and the environment it is being ridden in. It is possible to tune a 50cc engine in a motorcycle to go over 100mph - but at the cost of engine longevity.
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