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Old 05-02-2016, 07:47 AM   #1
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What gears good for GT's?

What gears are everyone running in your automatic? Have 3:27 now, would 3:73 or 4:10 be best for mostly around town driving?


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For what it's worth. I have an auto, went 3.73. I wish I had gone 4.10. You won't notice much if any mpg drop between the two and you get so much more pep with 4.10.


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Thanks that is what I am hearing so far...


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I got 4.10 gears in my mustang. One of the best mods I did.

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I still may put in 4.10s soon.


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4.10s.

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Not to hi-jack, but to ask a quick question concerning gears - could a bolt on 5 speed GT (mid pipe, mufflers, 75mm tb with elbow, and tune) run in the high 12s with 4.10 and a decent driver mod?




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I d go with the 4 10s also on an auto

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Not to hi-jack, but to ask a quick question concerning gears - could a bolt on 5 speed GT (mid pipe, mufflers, 75mm tb with elbow, and tune) run in the high 12s with 4.10 and a decent driver mod?




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It's doable with some practice and good tires. But it also depends on your elevations.
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I have 3.73 gears, but I don't know how much of a difference there is in that set up vs the factory 3.27. I drive my car as a daily driver at the moment. Today I had the Mustang on the interstate and the tach was sitting around 2000RPMs at 70mph. I'm not sure what the 3.27 set would cruise at, but if it is a 500RPM difference I may swap my 3.73s out for the factory 3.27s.

I am not racing. I use my car to cruise around and drive. Lower RPM means less gas and a longer lasting engine.

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I am 2200- 2300 rpm going 70mph in 5th gear with 3.73s

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I am 2200- 2300 rpm going 70mph in 5th gear with 3.73s

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That is about where I am, and I doubt there is a huge decrease in RPM at interstate speeds with 3.27s.



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That is about where I am, and I doubt there is a huge decrease in RPM at interstate speeds with 3.27s.



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Its was around 1900-2000rmp with the stock 3.27s, not too much of a difference.

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Im currently at stock and following this conversation. Can anyone say with accuracy what the mpg drop would be from 327 to 410. And also any other negatives. I feel like this is a question that gets asked many times over and over lol
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Im currently at stock and following this conversation. Can anyone say with accuracy what the mpg drop would be from 327 to 410. And also any other negatives. I feel like this is a question that gets asked many times over and over lol
It is, and the answer is always based on your driving habits. I went from 3.27s to 3.55s to 4.10s in my old GT and didn't lose any noticeable mpg. My current car has 3.73s but those were installed by the previous owner. As far as negatives, I hope you don't have an exhaust with a lot of drone... my old GT would do about 2500-2600 RPM's at 75mph and would get annoying after a while. Expect to shift a lot of you do a lot of stop and go driving.
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I did 4:10's also, but 3:73's are not a bad choice either. You'll be fine with either.
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I had a shop quote me $375 to install gears. I figured that's a little over priced. What you guys think? I'm still looking around more shops to get an idea of price range.
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I had a shop quote me $375 to install gears. I figured that's a little over priced. What you guys think? I'm still looking around more shops to get an idea of price range.
I paid $ 400 to have mine installed.

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I had a shop quote me $375 to install gears. I figured that's a little over priced. What you guys think? I'm still looking around more shops to get an idea of price range.
Ask how many hours of labor they are charging for, as well as other fees.

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Anyone know of a shop in the Dallas area that will be fair on this?


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I had a shop quote me $375 to install gears. I figured that's a little over priced. What you guys think? I'm still looking around more shops to get an idea of price range.
Thats not bad at all mine were just under $300, so yeah anywhere between 300/400 seems reasonable to me

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the only reason im hesitant to go with either 3.73 or 4.10 is because at 70 mph the sound of my engine and exhaust is a certain tone. any higher in the rpm and it gets much louder. im just worried about having to hear that loud drone noise at a lower speed.
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4.10 gears, always. During my first freeway onramp with 4.10s (after being broken in), I was yelling with excitement and satisfaction all the way up to 120mph.

With 4.10s, it feels like you are always a gear lower than what your're used to (3.73s in my case). With a tune, you'll need to relearn how you drive your car.
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I agree with 410s, in either an auto or manual. Dont waste time or money on anything else, unless may you are FI. And as far as a break in period, if installed correctly there is no break in time necessary.

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I agree with 410s, in either an auto or manual. Dont waste time or money on anything else, unless may you are FI. And as far as a break in period, if installed correctly there is no break in time necessary.

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I would break in new gears prior to beating the **** out of them, no matter what the situation is... That's just me though.
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Whats the issue with using FI and 410s? Gears dont last long enough?
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Whats the issue with using FI and 410s? Gears dont last long enough?
Yes. FI cars will pull through 4.10s too quickly, let alone put down too much power on the low end to keep the car stable. You'll basically blow the tires off the car, then once you hook up, you'll already be in 4th gear. Of course people have managed 4.10s with FI, but your car will be absolute bat **** crazy on the low end, and lacking on the top end.

I wouldn't go any shorter than 3.73s with FI.
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Noob question when you say FI you're talking fuel injected or ? lol
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Noob question when you say FI you're talking fuel injected or ? lol
I think its forced induction

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I m begining to like my 3.73s, I only put gas every two weeks and like $25 and I use it a good amount on the weekends and some afternoons during the week.

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Forced Induction = Turbo or Supercharger. Or whatever other fun way you figured out how to force air into your engine.
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Forced Induction = Turbo or Supercharger. Or whatever other fun way you figured out how to force air into your engine.
Technically, F.I. could also be Nitrous as well!

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This is my personal experience with the gearing of the New Edge platform.

I shopped for a few months, and in doing so I had the opportunity to drive many different Mustangs in the 1999-2004 year model. The cars I drove all had a manual transmission. The transmission makes a difference in how the final gear reacts.

The car I settled on has a set of 3.73 gears installed when I purchased the vehicle. In fact, a large number of the cars I drove had this gear ratio installed. It appears to be the prefered option, and considered an upgrade.

I was looking for a car that was as close to being in the original factory condition as possible. Unfortunately for me, I found that most owners of bone stock cars are not car enthusiasts in the Mustang world. Most I found I'm factory condition were neglected, and the lack of care was evident. We aren't here to discuss car care and asthetics at the moment though, so let me get back on topic.

3.27 is the factory GT rear gear ratio. Without any modifications to the car, the 3.27s made the car feel dated and sluggish. I blame the gears instead of a bad tune up because all of the unmolested cars I drove had the same acceleration and throttle response. I'm sure if I had pushed the engine into the higher RPM range I would have felt a bit of power, but I did not want to push an unknown engine that is 15 years old.

All in all, the 3.27s were good for cruising around town. I did not have to immediately shift from first to second, and then third before 45mph was comfortably found under normal driving conditions. In fifth gear, the stock rear end allows the car to idle along for the most part, which saves has at 55mph.

I only drove a handful of cars with 4.10 gears installed. I will admit that you could feel all of the torque the modular 4.6 has. The car felt like it had 360hp instead of 260hp. Without any effort the tires would light up if they were worn or a bad quality.

4.10s had a negative that I personally disliked. I had to shift more often than I wanted. I found myself getting a workout with the clutch and shifter, and I did not enjoy the drive. Every Mustang I got into with 4.10 gears forced me to feather the clutch in first gear to avoid backlash.

The 4.10s have a great positive to them if you are looking to put a stock or mildly modified 4.6 on the track. You are able to make use of the low hp of the engine. If I used the car to drag race regularly I would likely run 4.10 gears with a modified suspension to handle wheel hop and traction issues.

I am currently driving an 02 that has 3.73 gears in the rear. The gears wake the car up some, but it is not overly aggressive. The shift from first to second is quicker than I prefer, but it is expected. Fifth gear on the interstate has the RPMs just above 2000 at 70mph.

The fifth gear in the TR3650 trans is a true over drive. When you shift from fourth to fifth it seems as if you have skipped a gear or two. This is a characteristic of this transmission's gearing though.

The 3.73 is a great middle ground compromise in terms of gearing. I would personally like to have 400 plus hp with 3.27 gears. This would allow me to have the response of the 3.73 gear ratio, and the comfort of the 3.27s gears.

I have not launched my car at the track. I have not raced it. I have not beat on it at all. I'm sure I could easily waste a set of tires with the 3.73 rear, but that is another story.

As for the New Edge Mustang GT's power; it was a strong car in its day. It did not stand a chance in stock form against the Camaro or Trans Am, but it was no slouch. The GT had nothing to offer an SS or WS6. In fact, a Cobra with a good driver was needed to be competitive with those.

I have basically given you an editorial. I did not intend to write an entire article, but once I started writing I felt like sharing everything I could to help.

As for my 02 GT; it will keep a 3.73 gear ratio for now. I do not plan on a supercharger or turbo. At the most I may have a bit of head work to open up the 2v a bit. That with a larger throttle body, and possibly a better flowing plenum will do all I ever need. At that point I would likely go back to the factory rear gearing.


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