1 in the front = 2.78 in the rear. (thats a big difference)slutty22 said:WIll NOT affect horsepower, It will change your drive ratio more low end less top end however down 1 on the front will be a very small amount proably wont even notice it
R1Fast said:1 in the front = 2.78 in the rear. (thats a big difference)
You will notice a difference, but it will not effect actual hp.
Oh yeah. What's the best way to correct the speedo in these cases? Is a 'speedo healer' an actual product name?WheelSpin said:Changing only one tooth in the front will produce a markedly noticable affect compared to same change in the rear. Personally, based on what I've seen of the '04's ratios, I'd play with changing the front/rear by 1 dn/(1-3) up - making it more inclined to nose climb w/ liberal throttle inputs, but faster accelerating. Probably find better use at tighter courses, & particularly on public roads w/ the stock gearing.
Consider installing speedo healer to maintain speedo integrity, as your speedo would overstate true speed by a fair margin.