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vz ute 4spd auto diff gears

ZyDaim

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Now i have looked into this dont tell me to search in the search bar.

i want way better acceleration but not the over crazyness fuel consumtpion as i do do alot of HWY Kms every now and then. i have stock LSD diff what ever that is 3.08 or somethign i think? my vz 175 kw engine is very sluggish of the line i was thinking 3.7 diff gears. as im on 20s my RPM at 100kmph is at about 1700 or 1800. so what type of RPM will my car be doing if i go the 3.7s?

i want 3.7s or 3.9s

what RPM would both be doing at 100kph?

what do you gusy suggest if you have the 4spd auto. 3.7s? will i notice a good difference with acceleration with the 3.7s?

thanks guys. ive looked at heaps of threads and it just ends up with people arguing about performance and what not. all i want to know is the info about this diff stuff. thanks guys much appreciated :)
 

holdenvtman1123

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VZ Adventra LX6 2006 3.6L
3.08 = 1557.62 rpm
3.45 = 1744.73 rpm
3.7 = 1871.17 rpm
3.9 = 1972.31 rpm

providing your tyres are 20inch 245/40
 

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hmmm really holdenvtman?

i was expecting much higher RPM. yea there 245/35 20Rs

think i might go the 3.9s :) or just 3.7s to be safe. 3.7 will be a big jump form my 3.08s i have now i think anyways :)

yea alot of people say they get the 3.45s and are happy with them but i want that little extra jump ontop of that :)
 
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