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Old 01-12-2010, 02:08 PM   #1
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Default 2010 4.10 & 3.73 Richmond Gear Sets Available @ TSP!!

Guys we have several sets of the Richmond 4.10 & 3.73 gear sets arriving for you guys looking to add a little bit more gear to your 2010 cars!

http://www.texas-speed.com/shop/cate...MID=11&catid=6
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How would the ls3 handle 4.10 on the street?
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It would easily handle them, better so if you have an M6 car with stock 20's.
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How would the ls3 handle 4.10 on the street?
A 4.10 is a great all around gear for a manual 2010 Camaro SS. It would be a must have if I owned one.

Theoretical speeds with 4.10's on an M6 assuming a 28.7" tire and 6600rpm redline would be as follows:

1st = 45
2nd = 66
3rd = 96
4th = 137
5th = 163
6th = 241

3.73's would be a waste as you would have to just barely shift to 4th before the traps. Plus, the highway difference between 3.73 and 4.10 isn' that much given the 0.57:1 6th gear ratio.
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What about 410 for the autos??
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What about 410 for the autos??
I have never looked at the auto's, but apparently that is why they offer 3.73's!!!!

3.73's look to be an excellent gear for the auto's. Here's the speed breakdown:

1st = 34
2nd = 58
3rd = 89
4th = 119
5th = 161
6th = 204

First and second gear are really low in the auto and I can see some stalled Camaro's running sick times with gears and tires. Those launches will certainly tell us how strong the rear is.
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I have a 2011 SS M6 and was considering a 4.10, would that be a good gear with a pro charger in the process??
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