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Old 04-24-2012, 09:40 PM   #1
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Wats the difference between gears like the 3.73 an 4.10s just curious I'm going to get a new edge gt soon an trying to learn stuff now
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3.73 ok acceleration good top end 4.10 great acceleration bad top end
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So 3.73 r better?
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Better for all around driving like city and highway if you plan on doing mostly city miles and a lot of drag racing than 4.10s are better
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So 3.73 r better?
This is all a matter of opinion. I personally have 4.10s so I am an advocate for them. The 4.10s will give you a better kick in the pants than the 3.73s. Put it this way, if you took the exact same car and put 3.73s and 4.10s and raced them, with all other variables constant, the 4.10s will win. If you are interstate cruising, you will be running a higher RPM with the 4.10s compared to the 3.73s at the same speed, which is not "ideal." Like I said, I have 4.10s and I absolutely love them. The highway rpms don't bother me. It comes down to personal opinion. Would you rather accelerate quicker or cruise at a lower rpm? It's up to you.
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Also 4.10s burn more fuel compared to 3.73s if I had to choose one I would go with the 3,73s good all around city and highway from dead stop a mustang with 4.10s would win but not by a huge amount and interstate rpm with 4.10s turn high rpm
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Also 4.10s burn more fuel compared to 3.73s if I had to choose one I would go with the 3,73s good all around city and highway from dead stop a mustang with 4.10s would win but not by a huge amount and interstate rpm with 4.10s turn high rpm
Omg yes they do burn more fuel, but they only soon at like 200 rpms more than 373...it's not that big of a difference....you will see a bigger fuel decrease from 327-373 than 373-410
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Better for all around driving like city and highway if you plan on doing mostly city miles and a lot of drag racing than 4.10s are better
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Omg yes they do burn more fuel, but they only soon at like 200 rpms more than 373...it's not that big of a difference....you will see a bigger fuel decrease from 327-373 than 373-410
"Omg" just letting him know!... He said he wanted more info on the two just stating all facts and info on them
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"Omg" just letting him know!... He said he wanted more info on the two just stating all facts and info on them
Your first comment was cool....but on every thread that brings up gears you make it sound like their gonna loose 10mpg...the fuel difference between 373 and 410 is MAYBE 1mpg...prob more like 1/2...
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Your first comment was cool....but on every thread that brings up gears you make it sound like their gonna loose 10mpg...the fuel difference between 373 and 410 is MAYBE 1mpg...prob more like 1/2...
I never said anything about losing any number of mpg.... If I did please show me.... He wants all info he said on both I gave my info the difference between them. There almost to close to tell a difference performance and fuel I'm not a fan of either one I know from experience higher rpm= higher chance of hurting your motor so "MAYBE" that 1mpg he may want to know about before buying.
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I think you guys just got a little caught up in your comments that's all. "Writing" does leave a tone, most people do not realize this, and when you are Mad and you write, that angry madness does come out in your writing. I think also,that people get a little carried away with their comments and forget that their statements are being viewed by many people.
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Gosh guys......C'MON!!!! Shake hands we r all on the same team here.
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I'm just stating true info on the 2 which info on them 3.73 burn less fuel than 4.10 if people have no knowledge on gear they may want to know this I'm not trying to fight he just came off all mad and pissed off for me tell the knowledge I no about the two
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I'm just stating true info on the 2 which info on them 3.73 burn less fuel than 4.10 if people have no knowledge on gear they may want to know this I'm not trying to fight he just came off all mad and pissed off for me tell the knowledge I no about the two
Sorry if I came off with a pissy tone. Did not mean it to be that way. However, if you want to give helpful info, do some research and give them the full truth. Yes 373 will burn less fuel than 410 (on the highway) because they are spinning at a higher rpm. That higher rpm is only a few hundred so the gas consumption will not be that much worse than with a 373. Key thing is this, if you drive more than 10 miles on a highway per day then you might want to consider 373 over 410 for gas savings. If you love to have fun in your car and are not a penny pincher then you might consider 410's. 3.90's are a rarely talked about gear that is right in the middle. Those can be considered to if you wanna be in the middle of the two. If you are REALLY concerned about gas mileage you can always go to a 2.73 and not have to worry about gas at all, this is not what I recommend...
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Wasn't putting down on 4.10s I no if I was getting them I would want to know everything about them I was just trying to help out a fellow mustang driver if he does a lot of interstate miles 3.73 are the way to go if you do a lot of city and drag racing 4.10s are the way to go wasn't trying to start anything just giving my knowledge on them both and what my opinions are on both after all this is what this site is for sorry for whatever I did to make you mad

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And could you please inform me how I didn't give the full truth?
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Wasn't putting down on 4.10s I no if I was getting them I would want to know everything about them I was just trying to help out a fellow mustang driver if he does a lot of interstate miles 3.73 are the way to go if you do a lot of city and drag racing 4.10s are the way to go wasn't trying to start anything just giving my knowledge on them both and what my opinions are on both after all this is what this site is for sorry for whatever I did to make you mad

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And could you please inform me how I didn't give the full truth?
Like I mentioned before. The way you said it burns more fuel makes it sound like the difference between a Prius and a semi....every time I tell anyone about the fuel difference I give them an approximation of fuel (i.e. going from 3.27 to 4.10 you could loose up to 3 mpg, and 3.27 to 3.73 you could loose up to 2-2.5 depending on other mods, driving habits, and roads driven). That right there sounds more like informative information does it not? More so than just 3.73 for hwy and 4.10 for city and drag? That is more of an opinion anyway. Colejohnson will be the first to tell you 4.10 all the way. Also you mentioned nothing about the fun factor of 4.10 over 3.73. It is all matter of opinion.

OP, the best practical thing to do, if possible, would be to find a local friend or mustang buddy that has the said gears and see if you can try them out to see which you like better! Hellz search CL and find mustangs for sale with each gear and tell them u want a test drive If u can't find anyone! Good luck with your choice. And for my opinion I have 3.73 and if I can find 4.10 cheap enough I will switch.

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Ok here's a new question: I have already purchased a set of 3.73's but haven't installed yet.. Now from reading these comments, are my 3.73's gonna give me any "kick in the pants" feel at all? Or did I waste my money by not going with 4.10s? I wanna go fast but I do take the car down to Vegas or Los Angeles on occasion so I figured the the 3.73s would save me some gas but am I barely gonna notice a difference from the stock gears?
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Like I mentioned before. The way you said it burns more fuel makes it sound like the difference between a Prius and a semi....every time I tell anyone about the fuel difference I give them an approximation of fuel (i.e. going from 3.27 to 4.10 you could loose up to 3 mpg, and 3.27 to 3.73 you could loose up to 2-2.5 depending on other mods, driving habits, and roads driven). That right there sounds more like informative information does it not? More so than just 3.73 for hwy and 4.10 for city and drag? That is more of an opinion anyway. Colejohnson will be the first to tell you 4.10 all the way. Also you mentioned nothing about the fun factor of 4.10 over 3.73. It is all matter of opinion.

OP, the best practical thing to do, if possible, would be to find a local friend or mustang buddy that has the said gears and see if you can try them out to see which you like better! Hellz search CL and find mustangs for sale with each gear and tell them u want a test drive If u can't find anyone! Good luck with your choice. And for my opinion I have 3.73 and if I can find 4.10 cheap enough I will switch.

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So saying 4.10s burn more fuel than 3.73s is false info? Everything I said was the truth they do burn more fuel I'm sure it's not much because the gears are almost the same only a couple rpm separate them. I didn't say they burn any amount of number more so I'm not sure where your reading that from.

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Ok here's a new question: I have already purchased a set of 3.73's but haven't installed yet.. Now from reading these comments, are my 3.73's gonna give me any "kick in the pants" feel at all? Or did I waste my money by not going with 4.10s? I wanna go fast but I do take the car down to Vegas or Los Angeles on occasion so I figured the the 3.73s would save me some gas but am I barely gonna notice a difference from the stock gears?
You will notice a huge difference from stock difference between 4.10 and 3.73 are not much around 200-400 rpm. Now 4.10s will pull a little harder but not by a huge amount, if your running a good amount of highway miles you will be very happy with the 3.73 over the 4.10. There isn't a huge difference between the two 4.10 pick up a little quicker but will be turning 200-400 more rpm running interstate speeds I think you will be very happy all around with 3.73 running city and highway
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So saying 4.10s burn more fuel than 3.73s is false info? Everything I said was the truth they do burn more fuel I'm sure it's not much because the gears are almost the same only a couple rpm separate them. I didn't say they burn any amount of number more so I'm not sure where your reading that from.

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You will notice a huge difference from stock difference between 4.10 and 3.73 are not much around 200-400 rpm. Now 4.10s will pull a little harder but not by a huge amount, if your running a good amount of highway miles you will be very happy with the 3.73 over the 4.10. There isn't a huge difference between the two 4.10 pick up a little quicker but will be turning 200-400 more rpm running interstate speeds I think you will be very happy all around with 3.73 running city and highway
See!! You can do it! I agree a lot more with that statement :clap:
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That's what I have been saying the whole time I'm not sure what the full truth is, everything I have listed is the truth I'm not arguing with you anymore it's like your trying to make me look dumb like I have no idea whatI'm talking about when I do.
I was trying to help out someone that ask for the difference and all info on them, still not sure what pissed you off and what info was "false" I keep asking for you to correct the "false" info and you haven't yet so have a good night.
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Thanks everybody actually told my guys at work a thing or two haha I'm guna go with the 4.10s
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Thanks everybody actually told my guys at work a thing or two haha I'm guna go with the 4.10s
You will like them a lot! I would like to get me some if I just drove around town and it was a weekend worrier I just run a lot of interstate miles and don't like the rpm turning that high (WHICH IS MY OPINION!)
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Go 4.10s I've had both, with 4.10s I can beat mostly stock Mach 1s from a dig, when I couldn't with 3.73s! However keep in mind that no matter what you will need a programmer to adjust the speedo. Either way you will be extremely happy and will not regret it!
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Go 4.10s I've had both, with 4.10s I can beat mostly stock Mach 1s from a dig, when I couldn't with 3.73s! However keep in mind that no matter what you will need a programmer to adjust the speedo. Either way you will be extremely happy and will not regret it!
You could also get a speedo recal if you don't want to spend the money on a programmer. It's about $70. A programmer is worth the money though.
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I would just get a programmer.
Programmer+gears=super mean!
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You could also get a speedo recal if you don't want to spend the money on a programmer. It's about $70. A programmer is worth the money though.
A programmer is also more accurate, imo. Plus as you said it's well worth the money
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That's what I have been saying the whole time I'm not sure what the full truth is, everything I have listed is the truth I'm not arguing with you anymore it's like your trying to make me look dumb like I have no idea whatI'm talking about when I do.
I was trying to help out someone that ask for the difference and all info on them, still not sure what pissed you off and what info was "false" I keep asking for you to correct the "false" info and you haven't yet so have a good night.
That's cool. Like I said I'm not mad. I NEVER said "false" anywhere. Love your car man. Have a good night

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You didn't say anything about false you was right you said I just need to tell the full truth. What wasn't the truth not trying to fight I just wanna learn whatever I said that wasn't the truth I love learning new stuff about cars that I don't already know
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[You will notice a huge difference from stock difference between 4.10 and 3.73 are not much around 200-400 rpm. Now 4.10s will pull a little harder but not by a huge amount, if your running a good amount of highway miles you will be very happy with the 3.73 over the 4.10. There isn't a huge difference between the two 4.10 pick up a little quicker but will be turning 200-400 more rpm running interstate speeds I think you will be very happy all around with 3.73 running city and highway[/QUOTE]

Ok thanks I just wanted to make sure before I pay to have them installed
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Yea so the programmer where do I get that any specific good brand I need to look for BTW how much would it cost me to have this all installed
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Yea so the programmer where do I get that any specific good brand I need to look for BTW how much would it cost me to have this all installed
Most go with SCT from American Muscle because you will get free tunes for life. The programmer will cost you about 300 with tax. My gears cost $250 for the install (without parts) for 4 hours of labor.
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Yea so the programmer where do I get that any specific good brand I need to look for BTW how much would it cost me to have this all installed
Programmer go to americanmuscle.com the SCT powered by Bama performance is really good I think they have a combo programmer and gears for a good price.
Programmer you can do it yourself takes maybe 5mins gears if you have some car experience you could do it yourself but don't try if you have no idea what to do take your car and gears up to any shop and they can do it
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Yea I found the 4.10 gears for 179.99 on am.muscle so that's not bad at all
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