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Could be the wheels are out of balance.

Could also be in need of shock or strut replacement.

Q: Why does your car bounces at speed between 80km to 120 km?

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Time = distance divided by speed. 80 / 120 = 0.666666 hours 0.666666 hours x 60 = 40 minutes

rises at speeds of 120 not 80

If you drive at 167km/hr then you will be at your destination in 1 hour. If you drive at 80km/hr then it 167 / 80 = 2.0875 hours. Note that the speed above must be your average. So if you go a constant 80 in the city and 160 on the highway your average is 120. At that speed you will be there in 167 / 120 = 1.39 hours.

It is between 120 and 140 knots.

At 80 km/hr - which I am assuming is what you meant by 80 km, a car will travel 120 km. To make that journey in 2 hours, it must travel at 120 km/2 hr or 60 km/hr.

Between 80mph and 120 mph, high performance cars were usually between a top speed of 100 to 140.

well top speed between 120 - 155

Top speed between 110 and 120 depend on condition

Most of them topped out between 110-120 MPH.

You already said the speed is 120 mph.

The maximum speed of the the 1976 Scania D11 is between 60 and 120 mph.

Time = Distance/Speed = 120/115 = 1.04 hours, approx.Time = Distance/Speed = 120/115 = 1.04 hours, approx.Time = Distance/Speed = 120/115 = 1.04 hours, approx.Time = Distance/Speed = 120/115 = 1.04 hours, approx.