i have a v6 2002 mustang i was just wondering should i get the 3.7 or 4.1 gears? its a manual i just want your opinons
You have a 1st gear. But if you drive a manual, like me, you'll end up rolling through stop signs a lot to avoid going back into 1st. When you take off in first it'll take you maybe 2 seconds before you're at 3k RPM and ready to shift into 2nd. I personally love my 4.10s but if you don't like shifting a lot, then go with the 3.73s. You won't accelerate quite as fast, but you'll be able to stay in each gear a little longer. I personally recommend the 4.10s. They're fun, plain and simple. But you're going to end up with a lead foot :shiftyeyesso using a 4.10 i dont have a first gear but accelerate faster and with a 3.73 i keep and and what happends?
I wouldn't recommend racing anyone starting in 2nd3.73: Use of first gear, I little less acceleration than 4.10
4.10: No need for first gear, better acceleration.
3.73 are easier to live with DDing Yo!
I never said anything about racing just daily driving. I figure since OP is new to it all (im assuming) I think he would be better of with 3.73.I wouldn't recommend racing anyone starting in 2nd
I have 4.10s and they are very nice. Also when you upgrade gears either get a 8.8 rear or a tlock for the 7.5 Both rears will allow you to put power down to both rear wheels.
If he's just starting with a stick, he should probably stick with the stock 3.27s until he gets good at driving a stick. No need for chirping tires until he's good and readySee OP this is what i mean by personal preference... If your just starting to drive a stick i highly suggest you go with 3.73s till you get the hang of things. I just read your not even 16 yet.
It's that chirping noise the tires make when you take off quickly or slam through gears. The higher your gear ratio, the easier it is to do. When I had my stock (3.27) gears it was a bit of a challenge compared to how much easier it is with my 4.10 gears now.Whats chirping tires?