- Which gear ratio is faster?
- What’s the best gear ratio for 35 inch tires?
- Is 3.42 or 3.73 better?
- What are 4.10 gears good for?
- Are 4.10 gears good for highway?
- What gear ratio is best for fuel economy?
- Are 3.73 gears good for 35 tires?
- What is a 4 11 rear end?
- What’s the difference between 4.10 and 4.11 gears?
- Does gear ratio affect horsepower?
- Are 3.73 gears good for highway?
- How fast can you go with 4.10 gears?
- Are 4.10 gears good for 35s?
- Do taller tires increase gear ratio?
- What is a good gear ratio for a street car?
- What is a good gear ratio for drag racing?
- Are 3.73 or 4.10 gears better?
- Is 3.55 or 3.73 gears better?
- How much does it cost to get 4.10 gears installed?
- Does higher gear ratio mean faster?
- What does a 4 11 gear ratio mean?

## Which gear ratio is faster?

The higher the number the better the car will accelerate, but at the expense of high speed cruising.

Now for the confusing part of the story.

A high numerical gear ratio is called a low gear or low rear end, and vice versa.

Low gears give fast acceleration, high gears give better cruising..

## What’s the best gear ratio for 35 inch tires?

Depending on the axle, the next lowest ratio from a 4.10:1 is most likely the 4.56:1, which should be selected for towing and performance. Because of the extra weight associated with off-road tires, we usually recommend going with a performance-minded gear ratio for any tire size above 35 inches.

## Is 3.42 or 3.73 better?

The 3.42 is fine for towing smaller boats, plus you will get better gas mileage for everyday driving. If I were towing frequently on hilly roads, I might would go for the 3.73 for better gas mileage while towing, but the 3.42 should be fine with a 205.

## What are 4.10 gears good for?

A 4.10 axle ratio will provide improved acceleration in stop and go city traffic. A lower gear (higher numerical) ratio provides more low-speed wheel torque, which makes it easier to get the vehicle moving when pulling a trailer or carrying a heavy load.

## Are 4.10 gears good for highway?

Installing 4.10 gears improves the car’s performance on the track but with negligible effects to the highway driving. … Switching from a gear set of 3.55 or 3.73 to 4.10 gears will affect your gas mileage slightly as your engine will be turning more times to rotate the rear wheels once.

## What gear ratio is best for fuel economy?

The lower the number, the better fuel economy, and the higher the number the more towing power you have, but fuel economy suffers. For instance, a 3:31 gets better fuel economy than a 3:73. On the other hand, a 3:73 or perhaps a 4:10 will tow much more, while fuel economy greatly drops.

## Are 3.73 gears good for 35 tires?

You will be fine. Just gonna lose mpg and slow your truck down. I have run 35s with 3.73s and no issues at all. In fact, my recent Plat had a 4-inch lift, heavy 34.5 inch Nitto Trails, and 3.55 gears, and ran great!

## What is a 4 11 rear end?

The 4:11 Gears will get you faster acceleration higher rpm at any given speed and increased fuel consumption. The 3:73 Gears will give you decent acceleration, lower rpm at any given speed and improved fuel consumption.

## What’s the difference between 4.10 and 4.11 gears?

4.10 will have 41/10 teeth so more, but smaller for the same diameter ring. 4.11 will have 37/9 teeth which will be larger. The 4.10 is a stronger pinion.

## Does gear ratio affect horsepower?

Motor HP does not change when you change gear ratios. … A dynamometer measures torque and RPM, and from those two values calculates horsepower. When you change gear ratios both RPM and torque will change but horsepower will not.

## Are 3.73 gears good for highway?

Well, if you plan on doing a lot of freeway driving, you don’t want to choose a gear that’s too low for your car because you’ll be going down the freeway at too high of an RPM. … Shorter gears (higher numbers) are much better suited for accelerating, such as 3.55, 3.73, 3.91’s, 4.11’s etc.

## How fast can you go with 4.10 gears?

On the highway a 4.10 gear will only be about 200 rpms more at around 75 then a 3.73. And with the Automatic you will need all the help you can get. Top Speed of our GT’s should be between 145 and 155 depending on the tune of your chip if you have one.

## Are 4.10 gears good for 35s?

I’ve got 4.10s with 35s, with the 4.0 and ax15. I can get up to about 80 on the highway, and can hold 70 just fine. I’ll be going to deeper gears sometime though, but for a DD, 4.10s are alright.

## Do taller tires increase gear ratio?

When changing gears for taller tires, you are heading to a numerically higher gear ratio. The higher the gear ratio, the smaller the pinion gear.

## What is a good gear ratio for a street car?

The gearing is usually better in first gear as well as fourth. Just for the sake of argument, compare a TH350 pushing 3.73:1 rear gears and a 700R4 with 3.08:1 rear. Both of these combos have the same final first gear ratio, but the 700R4 is gonna let your engine run at around 1800 RPM on the highway.

## What is a good gear ratio for drag racing?

With a 3.08:1 rear gear, the effective First gear ratio is equal to a 2.20:1 First gear Muncie four-speed with 4.56:1 rear gear. In the quarter-mile, Fourth gear is equivalent to running a 3.79:1 rear gear. But shift into 1:1 Fifth gear and enjoy the highway cruising rpm of a 3.08:1 rear gear.

## Are 3.73 or 4.10 gears better?

Well-Known Member. 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.

## Is 3.55 or 3.73 gears better?

3.55 will give you a little better gas mileage on the highway and slightly more highway oriented performance. 3.73 may be better for towing, lower end power (off the line acceleration), and may result in worse gas mileage on the highway.

## How much does it cost to get 4.10 gears installed?

Speed shops usually charge about $80-$120 per hour, so labor “should” be about $300-$400 for a properly installed gear set that’s done-right-the-first-time. Add in cost of parts, supplies, fluids, shims, bearings, etc. and $800 is not a bad price.

## 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.

## What does a 4 11 gear ratio mean?

4.11 is a gear ratio.. basically it means that the the pinion or driveshaft will turn 4.11 times for each rotation of the tires. The higher the ratio, the more times the the the engine, transmission, transfer case, etc turns to make the wheels spin which yields less top speed but more low end torque (usually).