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How do I find out what gear ratio My Mustang has?

How do I find out what gear ratio My Mustang has?

Multiply the speed of the car by 336. For example, if the Mustang was driven at a speed of 50 miles per hour, the result would be 16,800. Divide the result found in Step 3 by the result found in Step 4 to determine the gear ratio. Here, 65,000 divided by 16,800 equals 3.869.

What Mustangs have 8.8 rear end?

All ’79-85 Mustangs featured the 7.5 rear ends.

  • From ’86-2010 the Ford Mustang 8.8 rear end went into all V8 Mustangs (5.0L, 4.6L & 5.4L)
  • The ’99-01′ & ’03-04′ Mustang SVT Cobras were equipped with an Independent Rear Suspension (IRS) that used the Ford 8.8” differential.

What is the best gear ratio for Mustang GT?

Key Takeaways

  • Higher gear ratios, like 4.10 or 4.30, allow for quick acceleration but have a lower top speed.
  • Lower gear ratios, like 2.73 or 3.31, get better fuel economy but have slower acceleration.
  • Getting a gear that’s too high results in loss of traction and engine wear and tear.

What is Ghost Cam tune?

If your 2015-2017 V6 Mustang does not produce the signature Ghost Cam sound after uploading the tune, this is a result of the strategy code. Ghost Cam tunes utilize the Mustang’s Twin Independent Variable Cam Timing (TiVCT) to make the engine sound and feel race-ready.

WHAT WILL 4.10 gears do?

Lower 4.10:1 gears would make the engine turn 4.10 times for each turn of the tire, so lower gears cause higher engine rpm at any road speed. If you continue to visualize the example of removing lug nuts with the long or short wrench, it will help you understand how to gear your car for quarter-mile acceleration.

What is a 8.8 Ford rear end?

The Ford 8.8 is an automotive axle manufactured by Ford Motor Company at the Sterling Axle Plant in Sterling Heights, MI. It was first used in model year 1983 Ford trucks. The axle was developed to replace the Ford 9-inch axle. This axle is still in production today for a variety of Ford vehicles.