I have some calculators on my Web Site that will do the Math for you.
Rear Gear Requirements
Calculate Speed (MPH - Km/H) given RPM, Rear Gear...
Hard from your description to tell. You might want to check your IAC.
Check the gasket where the filler neck goes into the tank.
Thanks, I will do that tomorrow. A few years ago when I was doing something I saw it and seem to remember a light silver colored quadrant.
I have a 2000 GT 5 speed. I am the 3rd owner and have had the car for almost 6 years. The clutch will not disengage so I started to check it out and...
In a fixed RPM test the flywheel and drive shaft should neither add nor remove any HP. In a acceleration test the lighter parts will take less energy...
Stock 245-45-17 tires (Diameter = 25.68) 3.73:1 rear 4th gear 1:1 2440 = 50 MPH
On my web site you will find these calculators
From an article by David Vizard, Mod Motor Moves in the September 2009 issue of Popular Hot Rodding.
I have a couple of calculators on my Web site that might help.
Calculate Speed (MPH - Km/H) given RPM, Rear Gear Ratio and Trans Gear Ratio...
The graph is small and hard to read. it looks like it says 53.7 F 30.05 in-hg humidity 22% SAE: 0.9x I can not read the last number. where was this...
You do understand what effect weather has on the HP output of an engine?
BP = 29.92 Temp = 47 Humidity = 5% DA = -775
BP = 29.42 Temp = 69...
You ran 13.69 with the 104.29 with 2.26 60'. Maybe where did .5 (1/2) second of et go might be a better question.
Stock tires (245-45-17 - Diameter 25.68") 6000 RPM 3.37:1 first gear
Rear ----- MPH
3.27:1 - 41.61
3.73:1 - 36.48
4.10:1 - 33.19
4.30:1 - 31.65...
A stock motor with a 100 HP shot will produce torque of over 425 @ 4000 RPM. The lower the RPM you spray at the higher the max torque.
377 Nm = 278.06 lb.-ft @ 3516 RPM = 186.15 HP
366.6 Nm = 270.39 lb.-ft @ 3550 RPM = 182 .77
These HP number look like what is on the graph