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01-29-2006 09:07 PM
Unas_the_Slayer I still prefer my method.
01-29-2006 08:51 PM
snakesht Sorry, stupid post
01-29-2006 08:45 PM
snakesht Not the one I was looking for, but got the answer anyways. If anyone wants to check it out, it's easy (requires spreadsheet) http://www.winsite.com/bin/Info?24000000036851

-Snakesht
01-25-2006 07:03 AM
mainerdr here is your average joe calculator
http://www.mustang123.com/calculator...Calculator.asp
01-25-2006 07:03 AM
mainerdr http://www.rbracing-rsr.com/gearspeed.html

here is your techie answer......
01-24-2006 04:09 PM
snakesht I like that idea, but I'd rather know the results beforehand. Thanks though.
01-24-2006 03:34 PM
Unas_the_Slayer
Quote:
Originally posted by mstrand_68
Don't try and pass that formula off as your own Unas...

You know you stole that from me you bastard!!!





-M-
01-24-2006 03:21 PM
mstrand_68 Don't try and pass that formula off as your own Unas...

You know you stole that from me you bastard!!!





-M-
01-24-2006 01:47 PM
Unas_the_Slayer Here's the formula I use:

Change sprockets + long stretch of highway + wide open throttle = top speed
01-24-2006 12:55 PM
snakesht
Top Speed Formula

I swear I saw a formula on here last night that gave the formula to use when figuring out differences in top speed when changing sprockets. I tried running half a dozen searches and only came across one, but it was not what I remember seeing. Does anyone know what the correct formula is?

Thanks

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