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Question RPM at 100kmh?

If everyone could state there car and engine/transmission and there RPM at 100KMH that would be great ,I just want to compare and if you could state your diff ratio as well that that would help even more. THANKS.


Ill go first 4.0L ohc,T5,3.23 and its at 2100RPM at 100KMH.


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au 2 s pack 2140 @100 kph 3.45 diff 225 /50 16 inch tyres
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TF Cortina 4.1 litre 250 crossflow, 4 speed manual 2.92 diff ratio 2750 revs at 100 km/h
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1981 xd falcon 3.3L crossflow 4 speed 2800-3000 at 100kph (tacho not the best)

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1995 EF Futura, 4.0L OHC, 4 Speed Auto, not sure of the diff ratio.

225/60R15's and about 1800 RPM @100km/h. 2000 RPM is exactly 114km/h.
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If everyone could state there car and engine/transmission and there RPM at 100KMH that would be great ,I just want to compare and if you could state your diff ratio as well that that would help even more. THANKS.


Ill go first 4.0L ohc,T5,3.23 and its at 2100RPM at 100KMH.
ED stock T5 3.27 final per specs
Seeing as you didn't ask what gear @ 100kmh
5th: 2051
4th: 2849
3rd: 3675
2nd: 5668
1st: 9257.

Testing that last one ended up being pretty expensive. Maybe I should have used the gear ratio speed calculator instead....
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