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I feel like such a newb, this is the first time I have heard of this :confused:

I don't really understand. It looks like the red line is the curve for the new gears. If so, it looks like the new gears are taller? Why would you want taller gears in a GTS? It seems like you would want short gears to help you stay in the narrow power band, right?
 

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Cham: these are for autx'n first gear's acceleration is a little less but 2 -6 are better. Someone calculated it out and you will easily stay in lift for each gear. However, you have to shift to 5th for the 1/4.
 

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For road racing, not autocrossing. Of course, they wouldn't hurt much on an autocross course.

As for "No gears for the 1ZZ..." Um, get a GTS 6 speed and have a 6 speed, that's how they come stock in Europe.

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whats the final drive ratio for c-ones same as stock?
 

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What's with that graph? It would be easier to read if the plots started from (0,0) but they're all misaligned, you can't tell where the numbers line up, don't know if it's in mph or km/h, etc. Then again, I haven't looked so hard at a graph since I took calculus three years ago.
 

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What I love is the Jinglish that someone else pointed out - notice it's not 1st, 2nd, 3rd, ..., 6th; it's 1st, 2st, 3st, ..., 6st.

Graphs are pretty easy for me to read. Speed in km/h on the x-axis. It would've been better if the axis lables lined up with the major axis lines, but it isn't hard to figure out what's going on.
 

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djm221 said:
What I love is the Jinglish that someone else pointed out - notice it's not 1st, 2nd, 3rd, ..., 6th; it's 1st, 2st, 3st, ..., 6st.

Graphs are pretty easy for me to read. Speed in km/h on the x-axis. It would've been better if the axis lables lined up with the major axis lines, but it isn't hard to figure out what's going on.
that was me, pretty funny huh. Engrish baby. For more engrish, go to engrish.com :)
 

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seems like they moved 5th gear to 6th, 4th to 5th and changed the rest. i calculated the speed in each gear for 1000-8000 rpm. i used 27.07 for tire diameter (205/50-16). speed is in mph (1 decimal point). gear ratios are in blue. RPM's in red.

Code:
STOCK:
1st	 	2nd	 	3rd	 	4th		5th		6th		rpm
[COLOR=blue]3.166		2.05		1.481		1.166		0.916		0.725	[/COLOR]	
5.0		7.7		10.7		13.6		17.3		21.8		[color=red]1000[/color]
10.0		15.4		21.4		27.1		34.5		43.6		[color=red]2000[/color]
15.0		23.1		32.0		40.7		51.8		65.4		[color=red]3000[/color]
20.0		30.9		42.7		54.3		69.1		87.3		[color=red]4000[/color]
25.0		38.6		53.4		67.8		86.3		109.1		[color=red]5000[/color]
30.0		46.3		64.1		81.4		103.6		130.9		[color=red]6000[/color]
35.0		54.0		74.8		94.9		120.9		152.7		[color=red]7000[/color]
40.0		61.7		85.4		108.5		138.1		174.5		[color=red]8000[/color]


C-ONE:
1st		2nd	 	3rd	 	4th		5th		6th		rpm
[COLOR=blue]2.929		2.176		1.7		1.364		1.166		0.916	[/COLOR]	
5.4		7.3		9.3		11.6		13.6		17.3		[color=red]1000[/color]
10.8		14.5		18.6		23.2		27.1		34.5		[color=red]2000[/color]
16.2		21.8		27.9		34.8		40.7		51.8		[color=red]3000[/color]
21.6		29.1		37.2		46.4		54.3		69.1		[color=red]4000[/color]
27.0		36.3		46.5		58.0		67.8		86.3		[color=red]5000[/color]
32.4		43.6		55.8		69.6		81.4		103.6		[color=red]6000[/color]
37.8		50.9		65.1		81.2		94.9		120.9		[color=red]7000[/color]
43.2		58.1		74.4		92.8		108.5		138.1		[color=red]8000[/color]
i'll leave the interpretation up to you. but i think it's too aggressive for street.
 

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I think it is definately too aggressive for street too, gas milage will drop crazily like maybe 20 mpg highway at 6th gear!! But when shifting from 1st to 2nd should be much more easier to stay at lift than stock ( where 1st at 8K is 43.2mph and 2nd at 6K is 43.6mph ). If I have a second car, I'll definately will put it on my car.

On that site it show in Japanese Yen 248000, I usually minus the right 2 digit for approx conversion to US $$.
 
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