What is the stock rear end gear ratio of my 1979 mustang 2.3 turbo 4 cylinder with a 4 speed manual transmission?
The gear ratio in the 1979 Ford Mustang turbo four is 3.45:1
The engine crankshaft and transmission input shaft are turning how many times faster than the transmission output shaft when a manual transmission is in first gear?
3.31:1 on automatics and 3.55:1 on manual transmission 2005-2008 mustang GT's In at least 2007, 3.31 gears were standard on a manual transmission but 3.55's were offered as an option. The Rear Axle Code is on the door sticker... BG - 3.31 - non-limited slip CD - 3.55 - limited slip CG - 3.31 - limited slip
Is there a different rear end gear ratio in a 2007 Mustang 4.6L GT automatic vs a 2007 4.6L GT Standard shift 5 speed if so what is the ratio for each?
At the moment, my research shows that the GT's come with 3.31 gears from factory. There is an option for Premium GT's with Manual transmissions to swap the 3.31's with 3.55's. I know the manual trans is rated for better gas mileage, and had assumed that the auto's had different gearing. However, I've just found some information that discusses the specific ratios for each gear in each transmission. From that information, I gather that any…
There are several. It depends on engine size, transmission, etc. For example, a V-8 car with "highway gears" would have 2.73:1 ratio for a turbohydramatic automatic transmission and a 3.08:1 ratio for a manual transmission. However, if the car came equipped with a close ratio 4 speed or powerglide, it would most likely NOT have a gear ratio numerically lower than 3.31:1 due to drivability issues. ... Especially with the close ratio 4 speed.
Open the drivers door and look for an information sticker on the end of the door that shows the axle code " M " is the 2.73 Traction Lok ( most likely with the automatic ) " Z " is the 3.08 " " ( most likely with the manual transmission ) ( also " E " was a 3.27 Traction Lok and " K " was a 3.55 Traction Lok )
It is a Borg-Warner (Now Tremec) T-5. It is not the same as the T-5 behind the 5.0L V-8. The end of the input shaft that goes in the pilot bushing of the crankshaft is much smaller. The first gear ratio is 3.35:1. This was the same for the V-8 trans until '92 when Ford installed the "World Class" version of the T-5 which had a higher 2.95:1 first gear ratio and a higher torque…
I don't know if it is the same but my 1991 Ford Mustang 5.0 LX had 2.73 gears with the 4 speed automatic transmission ( at 137 MPH it was loafing along at 3300 RPM in overdrive ) * I believe the Traction Lok axle codes in a Ford Mustang up to 1993 are " M " / 2.73 " Z " / 3.08 " E " / 3.27 " K " / 3.55 "…
There is no ratio of the radius of the base cone to the radius of the base of the cylinder. If they are the same and the height of the cones is the same the ratio of the radius of their bases is 1:1 ant the ratio of the heights is 1:1 and the ratio of the volumes (Vcone:Vcyclinder) is (1/3 Ï€ r2 h):(Ï€i r2 h) or 1/3