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Anyone interested??

I created this, because although the Z Garage has good info, it's not quite complete. I figured some calculations to help determine max gear speed, gear spacing, [email protected] would be more useful. It also has info on where to get each type of Diff in each ratio (based on Z car mag info). All of the calculations can be altered to suit your car by simply inputting your max rpm or tire diamter into the appropriate equation. This is fairly simple, even if you don't use Excel that often.

It has all the Transmissions for 240Z-280Z and diff ratios 3.364, 3.54, 3.7, 3.9, 4.11.

This is created in Excel V7.0a, and I can send it via e-mail to whomever is interested. Either post your e-mail below, or e-mail me directly. Then I will send all of this out in one shot. I don't want to be sending this out over and over (I do have a job), so try and get on the 'list'. If you e-mail me, put Excel ratio request in the subject line, so I know what to do with it.

I can also create a .pdf if you do not have access to Excel. The only drawback being you will not be able to alter the equations to suit your car, but it still has good info.

Later,
240Dave
 

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Excell ratio request

> Anyone interested??

> I created this, because although the Z
> Garage has good info, it's not quite
> complete. I figured some calculations to
> help determine max gear speed, gear spacing,
> [email protected] would be more useful. It also has
> info on where to get each type of Diff in
> each ratio (based on Z car mag info). All of
> the calculations can be altered to suit your
> car by simply inputting your max rpm or tire
> diamter into the appropriate equation. This
> is fairly simple, even if you don't use
> Excel that often.

> It has all the Transmissions for 240Z-280Z
> and diff ratios 3.364, 3.54, 3.7, 3.9, 4.11.

> This is created in Excel V7.0a, and I can
> send it via e-mail to whomever is
> interested. Either post your e-mail below,
> or e-mail me directly. Then I will send all
> of this out in one shot. I don't want to be
> sending this out over and over (I do have a
> job), so try and get on the 'list'. If you
> e-mail me, put Excel ratio
> request in the subject line, so I know
> what to do with it.

> I can also create a .pdf if you do not have
> access to Excel. The only drawback being you
> will not be able to alter the equations to
> suit your car, but it still has good info.

> Later,
> 240Dave
Great post! Please send me the spread sheet.
 

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> Anyone interested??

> I created this, because although the Z
> Garage has good info, it's not quite
> complete. I figured some calculations to
> help determine max gear speed, gear spacing,
> [email protected] would be more useful. It also has
> info on where to get each type of Diff in
> each ratio (based on Z car mag info). All of
> the calculations can be altered to suit your
> car by simply inputting your max rpm or tire
> diamter into the appropriate equation. This
> is fairly simple, even if you don't use
> Excel that often.

> It has all the Transmissions for 240Z-280Z
> and diff ratios 3.364, 3.54, 3.7, 3.9, 4.11.

> This is created in Excel V7.0a, and I can
> send it via e-mail to whomever is
> interested. Either post your e-mail below,
> or e-mail me directly. Then I will send all
> of this out in one shot. I don't want to be
> sending this out over and over (I do have a
> job), so try and get on the 'list'. If you
> e-mail me, put Excel ratio
> request in the subject line, so I know
> what to do with it.

> I can also create a .pdf if you do not have
> access to Excel. The only drawback being you
> will not be able to alter the equations to
> suit your car, but it still has good info.

> Later,
> 240Dave

Please send the excel info.
thanks,
John Bracken
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