What RPM's with your gears?

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  1. Routs

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    Hey all,

    I'm just wondering if those who have done gear swaps can post what RPM's their cars are at and in which gear at the following speeds:

    30 MPH =
    60 MPH =
    70 MPH =
    80 MPH =

    Just want to see what the difference between stock (3.27's and the various upgrades are). Also, does anyone know of a calculator to input these to figure out different gear combo's?

    Thanks!
     
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    2000GT 5spd, T45, 3.73 gear ratio.

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    :)
     
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    70=2500
    80=3000
    4.10's....AT
     
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    You rock man! Thanks a million (or is it a billion)!
     
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    Anyone with the same pics for the 4.10's with t45 tranny?
     
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    MPH 4TH 5TH
    4.10'S t45

    5-268-180
    10-537-360
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    Josh.
     
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  7. neoclasiccl

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    Help I can't see !!!!!!
    Go Here to calculate your speeds. :nice:
     
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    Really?
    I thought 4.10 in 5th at 80mph were 3000
     
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    http://locost7.info/mirror/gearbox.php

    One of the best free gear calcs I have run across. You can enter all gear ratios for tranny 1-6, rear end ratio and tire size. You can also define shift point (type in max power) and max revs, displays all gear revs in speed inc of 5 mph.

    Josh.
     
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    what about the t 3650 what are the rpms at in 5th gear going 70mph?
     
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    with 3.73s, 70mph, 5th gear, t3650?
     
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    Hey i don't know about you guys but after i put the 373 in my car, I saved my fuel city driving. Only time it ate a lot of fuel was on the highway.
     
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    gobaby are you keeping your car?
     
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    How come I can't see your odometer in these pics? BTW, great visual representation. :nice:
     
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    Thats awesome! I won't be able to do that and stay on the road! :eek: :eek: :eek:
     
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