Jun 19, 2009 · I have a 7.4 GSI/DP Volvo Penta, 454 engine 1998 27 foot Doral, well last week I idled out of the bay which it ran just fine for about five miles then I pulled back to do a little trolling, after an hour I decided to pick it up and move to another spot and noticed that I couldn’t get on plan or accelerate over 2.5-3.0k rpms.
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- 3250 rpm "knee" points for this compressor at all three level of boost are in the 76% +/- 1% efficiency region. When accelerating towards redline, the efficiency drops out of the maximum 76% area, thus performance decreases as rpms increase though this is not as bad as the T3-60 above
The centripetal acceleration is proportional to the centripetal force (obeying Newton’s second law). This is the component of the object’s acceleration in the radial direction (directed toward the center of the circle), and it’s the rate of change in the object’s velocity as the object moves in a circle; the centripetal force does not change the magnitude of the velocity, only the ...
- This is a well known problem. The clutch is slipping. The plates of the clutch are not gripping together correctly, as you accelerate, the plates move against each other. If left alone, this will cause excessive wear and the slippage will get worse until the clutch fails completely.
A boat is cruising in a straight line at a constant speed of 2.7 m/s when it is shifted into neutral. After coasting 11 m the engine is engaged again, and the boat resumes cruising at the reduced constant speed of 1.7 m/s. Assuming constant acceleration while coasting, how long did it take for the boat to coast the 11 m ?
- Jun 19, 2009 · I have a 7.4 GSI/DP Volvo Penta, 454 engine 1998 27 foot Doral, well last week I idled out of the bay which it ran just fine for about five miles then I pulled back to do a little trolling, after an hour I decided to pick it up and move to another spot and noticed that I couldn’t get on plan or accelerate over 2.5-3.0k rpms.
- I had a problem a few weeks ago while towing my FB2600 trailer, my voltage dropped to a low level and I lost my acceleration and RPM's. Took to dealer and they found no problem the first time. I picked up the truck that day and had the same problem 20 miles later driving on the freeway. Took pictures of the dash.
Hi Guys, Not sure if any of you could help me, but I've noticed my rpm fluctuate when im accelerating through second gear. It drops off slightly for a few seconds then picks up where it left off... In the video I'm applying even acceleration through second gear... anywho take a look at the...
- While im accelerating slowly and pressing the gas pedal evenly, it gives little forward kick from 2000 to 3000 rpm. I can try to record it but its a "G force" feel. I'll try to notice if the RPM vary a bit while doing those hit. I'll record it tomorrow morning.
The P0304 indicates a #4 cylinder misfire. This is likely the original problem. Driving with a misfiring cylinder will dump raw fuel into the exhaust, which can destroy the catalytic converter. If the converter starts to plug up, the amount of air being draw into the engine for a given rpm and throttle opening will drop.
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Generally oscillations of speed and rpm may happen if the torque produced by the engine drops as the rpm increase to the level below the torque needed to keep the speed. The rpm then slows down under load. As it slows down it regains its torque, so it can now accelerate again until the torque drops, and then the cycle repeats.