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Old 10-03-2013, 07:50 PM   #1
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3.73 vs 4.10

Any opinions on the difference of 3.73 vs 4.10?
Any reason you would go with one vs the other?
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Driving preference. This has been discussed many times on this forum. If you are a city type driver, the 4:10's are going to give you great off the line pull, but the engine will loose some top RPM power, so if you do highway driving, you'll notice a slight drop in mileage, as well as top speed.

Most like the 3:73's for both highway and city type driving combinations.
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Driving preference. This has been discussed many times on this forum. If you are a city type driver, the 4:10's are going to give you great off the line pull, but the engine will loose some top RPM power, so if you do highway driving, you'll notice a slight drop in mileage, as well as top speed.

Most like the 3:73's for both highway and city type driving combinations.
What this stang banger said ^. Lol
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Any opinions on the difference of 3.73 vs 4.10?
Any reason you would go with one vs the other?
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What this stang banger said ^. Lol
I second that. Lmao. ^^^
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If you are undecided between 3.73 and 4.10 then go 4.10. The difference between the two is like 50-100 rpm but you will surely be disappointed if you go 3.73 and ride in a car with someone that has 4.10. The difference will be minuscule but it will be there for sure. And for the tiny increase in RPMs it's silly not to go with the steeper one.
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If you are undecided between 3.73 and 4.10 then go 4.10. The difference between the two is like 50-100 rpm but you will surely be disappointed if you go 3.73 and ride in a car with someone that has 4.10. The difference will be minuscule but it will be there for sure. And for the tiny increase in RPMs it's silly not to go with the steeper one.
Just get 3:73 gears and don't ride in a stang with 4:10 gears. Lmao. One can't be disappointed if they don't know what it's like with 4:10 gears. Besides coming from 2:73 gears , 3;73 gears you will not be disappointed and its like getting a shift kick in the family jewels. Wakes you the heck up. Lmao
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Pretty sure I'm gunna end up going 4.10's lol. I'm gunna have fun
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I'm also pretty sure this topic will come up yet again within a week!
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4.10s for sure
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