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Old 03-04-2014, 08:14 AM   #36
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Hey supersixx13

When you go to the drag strip "DO NOT RUN YOUR STREET TIRES IN THE WATER" Put 24/ 28 PSI in the rears and 38/40 in the fronts. Wet street tires are awful for traction.
With your rear ratio try starting in second gear and just do not totally floor it until the car gets moving. Then nail it.
When starting off in second with your automatic you will need to know when to shift it.
Try once to make a run with just putting it into drive and it will shift when it gets to top RPM. Still don't floor it until it gets moving and then nail it to the floor and just don't let up. It will shift when it needs to.
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Thanks for the help Ronnie! I always try and go around the water when possible. I'm gunna make a couple passes in drive and in sport mode. Looks like rain Thursday though

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Am I the only one that ever goes over 75 mph here? These gear threads always have people taking about 55, 60, 65 and just shake my head. I can't believe how low a gear some of you use for a daily driver. If it works for you though that's all that matters.
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Some people like "TOP SPEED" at low RPM's

Some like total acceleration and don't care about doing 75/85 MPH. They like the push you back into the seat when they floor it.
I personally like my 2.73 rear because It does pretty good at accelerating as well as a nice low RPM at highway speeds. I don't race anymore and just drive around at a normal pace.
If I was still into drag racing it would be a different story and I would probably go to a lower ratio.
Lower Ratio gears are great for acceleration but suck on a long vacation trip. One thing about it is with 3.90's on a manual you can always just start out in 2nd. gear because you won't need first anymore.
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4:10 gears are not much for the 11 plus mustangs. We got 6 freaking gears for crying out loud. Lol! Its not like its back in 2004 and have a 4 speed automatic.
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Am I the only one that ever goes over 75 mph here? These gear threads always have people taking about 55, 60, 65 and just shake my head. I can't believe how low a gear some of you use for a daily driver. If it works for you though that's all that matters.
Lol I drive 65 everyday to work and actually passed a coyote gt he was going about 60. From the sound of the exhaust it was geared 3.73-4.10.
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noob question here, but as far as changing your gears, what are the main reasons for it? more acceleration? quicker gear changes?
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65 on interstates? Thats city driving speed on your city/business freeway loops. I just got back from a trip down A1A and I95 in a rental; as my 'Stang is still ice/snowed in the stable.

Anyone care to guess the average interstate speed on I95 in FLA? I was being conservative at 78, being passed by most doing about 85-92.

If you ever plan to drive anywhere on a real trip, and our Mustangs love to go touring; 4.10s will leave you feeling 'Wheezy.

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Hey Art, I see you have been to Florida

Living here in Florida is why I like my 2.73 ratio gears. I have seen traffic on I-4 going a steady 90/95 MPH. I-95 is always way over the limit.
They are actually trying to raise the speed limit up to 75-MPH in this state. It won't matter much though because people will just start driving 100+ MPH.
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PS: Of course at times the traffic is stopped dead or down to 25-MPH on these interstates due to wrecks or just heavy traffic.
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Seen you have been in Florida
Yep, I like to visit both Pensacola and CocoBeach from time to time. The driv e to Pensacola is on I65 and that runs about 82-85mph.

I was with a convention over the first of March weekend got to see inside the actual restricted Canaveral Air Force base and visit the Mercury, Titan and Saturn 1 (not V) pads outside on foot that are not part of the Kennedy Space Center. Then took a drive down I95 to Vero beach to visit some old friends. Cars zooming in the 90s

I came back up the A1A to see the sights and then the turnpike to Orlando. Spent the lunch and dinner time on the last day at Hooters and Twin Peaks on international drive.

The younger crowd it seems haven't discovered the joys of travel. I remember hating to have to drive an hour for my wife to shop at a craft show when I was in my late 20s
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Next time your coming down

PM ME You went right past my house. I live two miles from I-95 at the Port Orange exit.
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PM ME You went right past my house. I live two miles from I-95 at the Port Orange exit.
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I'm only about 30 to 40 minutes away from that location as well. Drop me a PM, we could all get together.
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What do you mean be prepared to only run 65?? Why not faster?
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What do you mean be prepared to only run 65?? Why not faster?
Read the entire thread called "Truth about gears", charts are near the end of the thread. Get a Six Pack and a Pint of bourbon and enjoy the entire thread and you will really know a lot more about gears.
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I'm only about 30 to 40 minutes away from that location as well. Drop me a PM, we could all get together.
Hi Ronnie, Bucko; I didn't realize that and I missed a great opportunity!
I definitely will do so next time
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Are we all from Florida here? If you can't do 80 on I-95 in South Florida, you'll get run over.
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Are we all from Florida here? If you can't do 80 on I-95 in South Florida, you'll get run over.
Now that is the absolute truth. They roll down in southern Florida.
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3.31 with the auto trNny tops out at 115 mph @ 7000 RPM... No n/a v6 is going through the traps at the top of third gear.

With 4.10s and the auto tranny you go through the traps in 4th gear around 6300 RPM and you also fully use third gear.

For the autos 4.10 is the best ratio. For the sticks 3.73 is the best ratio. For all out performance of course.

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3.31 with the auto trNny tops out at 115 mph @ 7000 RPM... No n/a v6 is going through the traps at the top of third gear.

With 4.10s and the auto tranny you go through the traps in 4th gear around 6300 RPM and you also fully use third gear.

For the autos 4.10 is the best ratio. For the sticks 3.73 is the best ratio. For all out performance of course.

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Yes, all out 1/4 mile performance that is. For me and my mostly highway driving, 4:10's would have my engine screaming trying to do 70 to 80 MPH highway speeds.
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All out NA performance would be a V8
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Yes, all out 1/4 mile performance that is. For me and my mostly highway driving, 4:10's would have my engine screaming trying to do 70 to 80 MPH highway speeds.
I have 3:73 gears and do all highway millage. At 80 MPH I'm like 2600 rpm's. I can't imagine having 4:10 gears would be that huge of a rpm difference from 3:73 gears. At 80 mph with 4;10 gears, 2800 maybe 2900 rpm's. That's nothing bro! Lol!
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I have 3:73 gears and do all highway millage. At 80 MPH I'm like 2600 rpm's. I can't imagine having 4:10 gears would be that huge of a rpm difference from 3:73 gears. At 80 mph with 4;10 gears, 2800 maybe 2900 rpm's. That's nothing bro! Lol!
Yea its not. At 80 mph I'm around 2800-3000 rpm but I don't really ever go that fast on the freeway and I have short tires that make my 4.10s even shorter. And with the 4.10s I can get to the top of 2nd @ 60 mph. My 5-60 with the 4.10s is high 3s, a stock 5.0 does it in 4.8 seconds. My car will easily out accelerate a stock 5.0 up to 60 mph.



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http://youtu.be/lMT3RMMFobw

Here's a 5-60 pull with 2 passenggers in 90 degree weather. 5-60 In these conditions is around 4.4-4.6 seconds, still faster than a stock 5.0

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I have 3:73 gears and do all highway millage. At 80 MPH I'm like 2600 rpm's. I can't imagine having 4:10 gears would be that huge of a rpm difference from 3:73 gears. At 80 mph with 4;10 gears, 2800 maybe 2900 rpm's. That's nothing bro! Lol!
At 4 bucks a pop for the premium gas these days, it does make a difference when I'm clocking around 600 miles per week.

With my current set of 3:31 gears, I cruise at around 75, and the RPM's float at just slightly over 2K.
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At 4 bucks a pop for the premium gas these days, it does make a difference when I'm clocking around 600 miles per week.

With my current set of 3:31 gears, I cruise at around 75, and the RPM's float at just slightly over 2K.
If you do a bunch of highway driving then 3.31 is the highest I would go maybe 3.55.

But with my driving pattern my avg mpg has actually went up to 19.6 from my prior 17.6 mpg with my 3.31 gears. I drive 75 percent city 25 percent highway though.

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yea, it's all proportional as to what we want to use the Mustang for. Good that many combinations of rear gears are available for that.
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At 4 bucks a pop for the premium gas these days, it does make a difference when I'm clocking around 600 miles per week.



With my current set of 3:31 gears, I cruise at around 75, and the RPM's float at just slightly over 2K.

Bucko,

If a person with 2.73s wanted to make a jump to 3.31s because they did not want to tune their car for personal reasons, do you really think there would be that much of a performance difference because they did not go to 3.55s instead? In short, do you think there is really that much difference between your 3.31s and 3.55s that one would risk tuning when we know all the warranty concerns that introduces? No tune means you don't even have to think about it?
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If a person with 2.73s wanted to make a jump to 3.31s because they did not want to tune their car for personal reasons, do you really think there would be that much of a performance difference because they did not go to 3.55s instead? In short, do you think there is really that much difference between your 3.31s and 3.55s that one would risk tuning when we know all the warranty concerns that introduces? No tune means you don't even have to think about it?
I've had both 3.31 and 3.55 gears in my car, the 3.55 do make a difference of around 400 RPM in every gear but it's not night and day.

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If a person with 2.73s wanted to make a jump to 3.31s because they did not want to tune their car for personal reasons, do you really think there would be that much of a performance difference because they did not go to 3.55s instead? In short, do you think there is really that much difference between your 3.31s and 3.55s that one would risk tuning when we know all the warranty concerns that introduces? No tune means you don't even have to think about it?
I can't honestly answer that, as I don't have any experience with 3:55's or higher gear ratios. My Mustang came with 3:31's from the factory. I have a MPT tune installed, and would not know at this point if my local Ford dealership would give me a hard time if I were to claim any warranty issues. I'd think not though, as I talked with the service advisor who explained to me that they "work" with an individual that does modification to the vehicle.

Getting back to your question, another post above me states that the RPM difference between 3:31's and 3:55's is around 400 RPM. For me, and the distance I drive weekly, that could add up in a few pennies per cost per gallon. Am I that picky about MPG? No. But I don't wish to change out my 3:31's for a higher gear ratio at this time. If my driving suddenly became more street than highway, and I just had to see more stop to go accelleration, I could consider it, but my driving trips have not changed, so the 3:31 stays for me. I guess it came down to this: when I did the test drive for purchase consideration of this Mustang, I liked how it drove, and how it performed.

Had my Mustang had the 2:73 gear at the time I bought it, that too may have stayed as well.
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I can't honestly answer that, as I don't have any experience with 3:55's or higher gear ratios. My Mustang came with 3:31's from the factory. I have a MPT tune installed, and would not know at this point if my local Ford dealership would give me a hard time if I were to claim any warranty issues. I'd think not though, as I talked with the service advisor who explained to me that they "work" with an individual that does modification to the vehicle.

Getting back to your question, another post above me states that the RPM difference between 3:31's and 3:55's is around 400 RPM. For me, and the distance I drive weekly, that could add up in a few pennies per cost per gallon. Am I that picky about MPG? No. But I don't wish to change out my 3:31's for a higher gear ratio at this time. If my driving suddenly became more street than highway, and I just had to see more stop to go accelleration, I could consider it, but my driving trips have not changed, so the 3:31 stays for me. I guess it came down to this: when I did the test drive for purchase consideration of this Mustang, I liked how it drove, and how it performed.

Had my Mustang had the 2:73 gear at the time I bought it, that too may have stayed as well.

I understand, and I am actually not wondering RPM as much as "seat of the pants" difference in feel between 3.31 and 3.55.
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I understand, and I am actually not wondering RPM as much as "seat of the pants" difference in feel between 3.31 and 3.55.
I too have to "feel" it. No doubt that these gear changes add up, and combined with other performance packages, they work out for a drivers preference.
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I've had both 3.31 and 3.55 gears in my car, the 3.55 do make a difference of around 400 RPM in every gear but it's not night and day.

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Was there a "seat of the pants" difference between your 3.31s and 3.55s?
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I can't wait any longer! I'll have my 4.10s hopefully installed by next month along with a tuner and CAI. Glad to hear the positive feed back on the gears, really pumping me up.
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I have been on 2nd shift last week and this week. As soon as I get a free Thursday night I will post my times

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