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As for the accelerative forces in the Z axis—rising and falling, the up and down, urp!—the boat floats on the water.
While direct head-to-head hits generated 150g (150 times the accelerative force of gravity) of force, compared to an average of 100g during football hits, the headbands could reduce that acceleration.
Weckbach stresses that accelerative quickness isn’t the only metric customers will seek—charging times need to be rapid, as well.
Its 197 horsepower adds a Fiesta-sized drizzle of accelerative thrills without overwhelming the front-drive ST’s drivability the way the larger Focus ST’s 252-hp engine does.
Know that accelerative ability closely correlates to the engine's torque rating—not as much the horsepower.
While the two vehicles have similar power-to-weight ratios, the Raptor would have an outright accelerative advantage on the street.
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