The wheel size does affect its speed.
No but, tire size does effect wheel speed sensors.
Use the size that fits your cycle
The size of the tyre affects top speed by altering the gearing. Assuming the engine has the power, a larger size wheel and tyre (diameter) will result in higher top speed.
Its depends on the size of the board get one that matches with the size of it.
I think speed(size)
It depends if u are a street skateboarder the size wheel should be between 51-54mm if u like to skate in pools, bowls, etc. The size wheel should be between 55-65mm
If the driving wheel has more number of teeth, and the driven wheel has less number of teeth then there will be a gain in SPEED .If the number of tooth in the driver is less in the driving wheel and there is more number of tooth in the driven wheel , there will be a gain in TORQUE.
The best size is the size it was built with, which is listed on a label on the driver side door jamb.
How far off is it? Did you change tire/wheel size? Bad speed sensor.
The larger the tire the faster the vehicle will go for every revolution of the wheel.
No. It will not effect speedometer accuracy.
No one can answer this, it depends on gear ratios, power and wheel size. As well as your weight.
The driving wheel will move faster because some energy is always lost in energy transfer.
As the size of the wheel increases the necessary force needed to pull the wheel decreases
The original wheel size is 15"
Explain how the mechanical advantage of a wheel and axle change as the size of the wheel increases?
Because he has speed, size and great hands.
The size of a skateboard wheel varies from 48 millimeters to 97 millimeters.
stock size for this vehicle is 235 75/r15 on a 15x7 wheel.
33 is for the height / 12.50 is your width / R (rim) 15 is your wheel size, so your wheel is a 15 inch wheel.
If the bolt pattern is the same along with the wheel size, probably. Though it's best to stick with the tire/wheel size recommended for the vehicle.
Stock wheel size was 13". A 175/80/13 Closely resembles the stock tire size.
That sounds more like a tire size than a wheel size, 24 (inch) refers to the diameter while 1.95 refers to the approximate width.