Could be your power packs, either one or both.
Yes timing can delay your acceleration
It means that more force will cause more acceleration. More specifically, they are directly related: twice the force will cause twice the acceleration.
"Acceleration" means a change of speed or a change of direction.They don't cause it. They are it.
yea according to F=ma Unbalanced forces cause both acceleration and rotation.
Just the opposite. It will cause the acceleration to drop by 50%.
Every force causes acceleration, if it's not opposed and canceled by other forces.
You get the force required to cause the given acceleration on the given mass.
Not necessarily. Changing direction does affect the velocity, which is acceleration and direction combined.
A force causes a change in acceleration of an object, F=ma.
ANY net force will cause an acceleration. If the force is reduced, there will be less acceleration, though.
There are several things that can cause a slow response to acceleration. The most common cause is a dirty air filter. A dirty fuel filter can also cause the problem.
In this case, acceleration is positive. Negative acceleration would cause the object to slow down (decelerate.)
Unbalanced forces cause acceleration.
If there are no other forces that counter it, gravity will cause an acceleration - basically it will change an object's velocity.
They probably just need to be balanced