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Revs at 60

statesman_wagon89

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what revs does everyones VN V6s run at 60 km/h?
i think my auto might be stuffed. mine runs at about 1100 in top gear.
is this normal?
also, mine is changing up at about 1700-2000
is that normal?
 

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Sounds normal.
Myns about the same.

If your tranny was stuffed you would know about it;) Unless it's changing at that rpm flat out?.
I can have my car shift into top gear by about 55kp/h cruising. It can shift around 1400-1600rpm at lowest rpm every gear, It sits about 1100 @ 60kp/h on the freeway it sits about 1700-1800rpm @ 100kp/h. and my tranny is a rebuild.
 

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SlickHolden said:
Sounds normal.
Myns about the same.

If your tranny was stuffed you would know about it;) Unless it's changing at that rpm flat out?.
I can have my car shift into top gear by about 55kp/h cruising. It can shift around 1400-1600rpm at lowest rpm every gear, It sits about 1100 @ 60kp/h on the freeway it sits about 1700-1800rpm @ 100kp/h. and my tranny is a rebuild.
mines full rebuild stage 2 shift 2500 hi-stall sits on 100km at 2100 60km at 1500
 

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60kph is about redline, in first (manual) LOL
In 4th though my tacho (it's a bit sticky) sits somewhere between 1200 and 1800. But as I said, the tacho sticks a bit, so it's hard to tell exactly.
 
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