# How do I know what gear ratio my rear differential is?

## How do I know what gear ratio my rear differential is?

Turn the wheel TWO revolutions and count the number of driveshaft turns. The number of driveshaft rotations will help you determine your rear axle ratio. For example, if it turned 3 and a half times, it’s a 3.50:1 ratio. If it turned 4 and a quarter times, it’s a 4.25:1 ratio.

## What transmission does the 2006 Dodge Charger RT have?

Five-speed Automatic Transmission

## What is the difference between 3.73 and 4.10 gear ratio?

4.10s are going to accelerate faster and decelerate faster on lift. However the trade off is greater fuel consumption per mile driven and higher engine speed per given road speed. In basic terms the 4.10s will feel quicker and 3.73 will feel faster.

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## What is a 5 to 1 gear ratio?

For example, if a motor drives a 12T gear to a driven 60T gear on an arm, the 12T driving gear has to rotate 5 times to rotate the 60T driven gear once. This is known as a 5:1 ratio. The torque output is 5 times as much, however, the speed output is only 1/5. The driving gear has more teeth than the driven gear.

## Does higher gear ratio mean faster?

A lower (taller) gear ratio provides a higher top speed, and a higher (shorter) gear ratio provides faster acceleration. . Besides the gears in the transmission, there is also a gear in the rear differential.

## Can gear ratio be less than 1?

The gear ratio (rt) is the ratio between the rotational speeds of two mating gears. More specifically, it is the quotient of the input and output speeds (rt = ωs / ωe). The system may cause a reduction if the gear ratio is less than 1, or a multiplication if it is greater than 1.

## When the gear ratio through the transmission is 1 1 the transmission is in?

In 4th gear, the gear ratio of 1:1 means that the engine and the transmission’s output rotate at the same speed, referred to as the “direct drive” ratio. 5th and 6th gears are known as overdrive gears, in which the output of the transmission is revolving faster than the engine’s output.

## How can I increase my gear speed?

Increase speed: If you connect two gears together and the first one has more teeth than the second one (generally that means it’s a bigger-sized wheel), the second one has to turn round much faster to keep up. So this arrangement means the second wheel turns faster than the first one but with less force.

## Does a gear with more teeth spin faster?

No, slower. Example; If a gear with 250 teeth is driving or being driven by a gear with 75 teeth the gear ratio is 3 to 1 and the smaller one (25 teeth) turns three times for every revolution of the larger one (75 teeth). A driving gear turns the same rate it turns no matter how many teeth it has.

## Which gear is faster big or small?

If the gears are of different sizes, they can be used to increase the power of a turning force. The smaller wheel turns more quickly but with less force, while the bigger one turns more slowly with more force. Cars and bicycles use gears to achieve amazing speeds our bodies could never match without help.

## Which Gear has more power?

The gears determine the amount of power available from the engine. First gear provides the most pulling power but the least potential for speed, whilst fifth gear which provides the least pulling power allows the greatest range of speed.

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