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Old 06-06-2012, 08:12 AM   #36
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the one chart i attached in post 20 you can save. You can change redline and see how it effect shift points. It has auto and manual in it. and every gear set in it. from 2.73's to 6.14's. With it you can see what is best for the street as well. Being 5th gear is the 1:1 and is best when on t he street going fun runs you can see where it will end. for instance here is 4.10's with redline of 7800. Like a full bolt on manual should be set at. remember these are for 2011+ only though. 2010 prior arte not the same. And do not react the same to the same gears. difference in tranny and tranny gearing.

7800 43.32
7800 65.24
7800 93.81
7800 120.10
7800 158.54
7800 243.90
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Old 06-06-2012, 12:39 PM   #37
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Good info, thanks guys. I was gonna go FI soon and I want to hold off on gears now, my 98 never ever had traction getting into it and it had 10 or 12 inch rims with eagle F1s in the back. (boost + 4.10s are fun for tire roasting tho!)
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Good info, thanks guys. I was gonna go FI soon and I want to hold off on gears now, my 98 never ever had traction getting into it and it had 10 or 12 inch rims with eagle F1s in the back. (boost + 4.10s are fun for tire roasting tho!)
Buddy had 4.10's in his 04 cobra. With a KB on it and 18lbs boost. Made almost 700whp. He swapped gears to 3.55's. He said car felt so much faster. He actually ran faster at the track. And car pulled hard on the street. Biggest reason cause he wasn't spinning the whole time on both accounts.
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Old 06-06-2012, 01:08 PM   #39
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If you can't put down what you got, then you ain't got nothing. 373s are good for stock to mild bolt ons. I bought mine with 373s and am about to go FI in a week or so and kinda wish I had 355s instead. 1st is damn short in mine stock so I can't imagine with 600whp. 410s will give you higher RPM on the highway and a lil less mpg as well if that means anything to you. Most people think 410s and they think faster but not in this case, especially for FI 6spd manuals.
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Go with 3.90's.
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