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Old 11/5/12, 10:43 PM
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wow.. can't read a .XLS that's the old version of Excel, Everyone even Mac's can read that..
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Old 11/8/12, 02:17 AM
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Please confirm gear ratios and tire.

2011 M6 Gearing Spreadsheet-2012-gt-3.31-speed-chart.jpg

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Old 11/8/12, 09:26 AM
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Originally Posted by jocatch View Post
Do these numbers work for a 2013 GT with the 6 speed manual?

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Having done some highway driving now I have confirmed that these numbers are pretty close for my car with the stock 18" tires, 6 speed man and 3.73 gears. Thanks for posting.

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Originally Posted by coffeejolts View Post
I have compiled a spreadsheet that details RPMS in each gear at a given speed for 3.31, 3.55, and 3.73 rear gears. There have been many posts recently asking which gears should I choose. This spreadsheet answers all of those questions.
Thanks for uploading the chart. It's pretty helpful. My GT Track pack with 3.73 is on the way, and I was wondering what the top speed is in 2nd before you hit the the rev limiter.
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Thanks for posting the spreadsheet. I have one I did several years ago and have modified it as I changed cars. When you are looking at analog tach and speedo it is easy to be a little off from your calculated numbers. This is especially true where the instruments only sweep 180 degrees as ours do.
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