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Feb 13, 2009 · So 0 to 100 Km/h in maybe 1.05 seconds at 60’ and 0 to 175 mph (280+ Km/h) in 7.75 seconds, and pull peak G’s of about 3.5, that on a very mild and conservative tune-up. Don’t forget that is a more than 20 year old car, which cost me maybe $20,000 to put together. 0 - 60 mph = 0 - 26.8 m/s = 0 - 96.6 km/h. A sports-car with mass 1000 kg accelerates with acceleration 5 m/s2. The force required for the acceleration can be calculated. Acceleration and Velocity Equations - Useful equations related to acceleration, average velocity, final velocity and...0-60 in 11 seconds. Top speed like 80 - 90 MPH. Curb weight as electric, about 5200 lbs. I expect the electric motor will connect directly to the drive shaft, no transmission. So what are the electric motor specifications for this general category of vehicle to achieve similar or slightly better performance. _____ Dec 02, 2020 · When estimating the performance of cars, 1/4 mile time is going to be more important than 0-60 time because 1/4 mile times measures the actual time a car covers in that distance, while 0-60 times is merely how fast a car gets to 60 MPH, which is not as important. 0-60 in 11 seconds. Top speed like 80 - 90 MPH. Curb weight as electric, about 5200 lbs. I expect the electric motor will connect directly to the drive shaft, no transmission. So what are the electric motor specifications for this general category of vehicle to achieve similar or slightly better performance. _____

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Dec 22, 2014 · Calculate the cheetah’s average velocity. Calculate the cheetah’s displacement. Sketchy LeBaron, a used car salesman, claims his car is able to go from 0 to 60 mi/hr in 3.5 seconds. Convert 60 mi/hr to m/s. Show your work! What is the average acceleration of this car? Give your answer in . (Hint: you will have to perform a conversion.) (a) Calculate the average acceleration for such a dragster. (b) Find the final velocity of this dragster starting from rest and accelerating at the rate found in (a) for 402.0 m (a quarter mile) without using any information on time. (c) Why is the final velocity greater than that used to find the average acceleration? Apr 27, 2020 · The SEAT el-Born electric motor has a power of 150 kW (204 hp) with 350 N⋅m of torque, transfers forces to the rear-wheel drive and accelerates the electric car to the first hundred in 7.5 seconds. The SEAT el-Born battery capacity is 62 kWh and it provides the electric vehicle with a range of 420 km through the WLTP cycle.

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2011 Bmw 328i Sputtering Acceleration An average car can complete ¼ mile in 15 to 20 seconds but a top fuel dragster, a long and narrow car built purposely for race car driving with very front thin tires, can complete the same distance in 4.5 seconds. In order to achieve the greatest acceleration, drag racing vehicles are made to be lightweight. It sounds like pressure loss under heavy acceleration which can be caused by a worn pump, leaking o-rings, or contaminated fluid. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to