Thanks I'll check it out. 331's are not working well for me. I stepped down from 373 to 331 and now I get out of my powerband in 3rd. It's a pretty big fall off. I've been hearing a 411 works well but only if your tuner can knock out the 1-2 shift well which only a few can which is why most have better luck with 331's. Track tested I was faster with 373's. So going to either a 390 or 411 which is why I want to see the speeds.try this one I played around with it and it seems pretty close Apexgarage speed calculator you need to know the gear rartio of the trans I believe they are 4.17,2.34,1.52,1.14,.89,.67 and then enter your rear gear you want to check under final drive-
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3.31's seem like the best for na at your 7500 rpm level and 3.55 -3.73 for mildly fi- ie 140ish mph over 150 seems you want to go back to 3.15's or even lower numerically numbered ratio- big boy 8.50 turbo rides-
only 118 I believe it was. I hit third and the converter locks up pulling the rpm's down and thats when it takes a while to get back upto some high rpm. For example I have a buddy with an m6 car with just e85 and exhaust and I pull him all the way until 3rd gear then hes able to mph me from a car back and it goes either way by a fender or so. I'll see if I can find the slips. 60" was down from 1.6 to 1.7 going from 373 to 331 also no other changes besides addition of bmr upper and lower control arms which sure wouldnt hurt anything. And thats with a 5c converter...I have been told by a reputable vender on the boards the boss intake likes gearing even on the auto sometimes 331 isnt enough for every car.Somethings not right if you're falling out of your powerband with 3.31's. More gearing isn't going to help. Post up some timeslips for comparison. But you should be able to trap 125+ with 3.31's provided the car is making power and some decent D/A.
I ran an 11.2 with my stock 3.15's in good D/A and was usually in the 11.4-11.5 range. And my car was a premium with little to no weight reduction.Band-Aid for a heavy car. I have the glass roof and other premium options, I'll never have the 3500# weight of some.
It's been mentioned maybe my converter is too loose? I dont see how a smaller stall would be better in any way. I have the 5c now.Could a 3c be a better option?
I didnt notice that looking on my phone, got it now thanks for pointing that out. Little confused, I put in my tire size (295/55/15) and it shows it as a 26.94 but on Mickey Thompsons website it says its a 27.8".You do realize you can choose your 6r80 tranny in the drop down, choose your tire height, width, rear end gear ratio etc.....everything is choose-able.
mine and your set up are very similar- my tuner has my converter locking up mid way+ or - thru 2nd gear - my best mph so far is mid 118's will running high 11.40's with a best of 1.56 60 foo and 1.58-1.59 averages- this is in decent da 700 and down - with a 3720 # race weight- I had a different tuner that had it locking up in 3rd and it was a turd- not blaming it all on the lock up range but the other tuner was also a turd- there are a ton a na guys running 3.31's and this seems to be the hot set-up - I had my 26" tires on at the track the other day and I was trapping 7100 which was nice because I still have the factory 3.15's and only want to change rear gears once and am working towards going FI-
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just seen the aed tune on your signature - they seem to be reputable what gear does he say?
It was data logged. Didnt have the converter in tho. He said it wouldnt make a difference.Well that Sucks- not sure what others out there with 5c converters are locking up at maybe they can chime in and let you know- seems that he could make a simple adjustment or two and it shouldn't be that much trouble- did you ever send aed any datalogs in the "first 90 days" or was the tune sent to you and just installed and never anymore interaction after the initial download?