You really wont be able to tell that big of a difference from 3.90 to
4.10, not anything that will set off your butt dyno. But you will from
3.55 to 3.90 or 4.10. 3.55 to 4.10 will really change your top end, or
atleast the comfort of your top end.
Bob Tom wrote:
> Eric. It sounds like you've run with all 3 sets of gears
> and personal recommendations for the 3.90 or 4.10. I'm not
> into street racing but go to the track and have a goal of
> breaking into the 14's even with a high weight factor (4350)
> and a power band that up on the rpm scale. What noticeable
> difference have you experienced with any of these gear ratios
> at the track?
> Current bests on 28" drag radials: 60' 2.10
> 1/8 9.815
> 1/4 15.375
> I'd also like to hear from any DMLers who have had track experience
> with any combination of two of these gear ratios. TIA.
> Burlington, Ontario
> '97 CC Sport, 5.2L, 3.55, auto., 4x2, flame red
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