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The reason why the car lifts even if its stationery is because of the torque produced by the engine and the suspension. The engine is not connected to the wheels with one single shaft, there is the transmission in between which will have a very minute slack in the gearings. So when you let go of the clutch the torque from the engine tries to push the car ...
Newtons Third Law For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. The statement means that in every interaction, there is a pair of forces acting on the two interacting objects. The size of the forces on the first object equals the size of the force on the second object. The lateral center of gravity (CG) is above the axle as well. So you have ...
So two things to consider, acceleration from stopped, and top end speed. And based on your question, the following are identical: Engine horsepower Aerodynamics Gear ratios Tire size And the only difference is one is a transverse mounted front wheel drive, and the other is a rear wheel drive. Acceleration from a stop In this case I think if the two cars ...
Highlighting only benefits of belt driven vehicles. 1) They operate less smoothly. (noisless mostly) 2) They support high tourque ( cruiser need) 3) The need to lubrication is null and void. 4) Swing arm readjustment is history. 5) They are less heavier in comparison to other final drive systems.
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