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Old 01-14-2021, 09:58 PM
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Technically speaking, unless you’re running a lockup converter, your DS rpm will still be less than engine RPM due to torque converter slippage, even if your final is 1:1

But that’s splitting hairs of course.
Not necessarily.

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I guess if you're on the limit, knowing your slippage across the line would really be necessary. Or calculate backwards from mph and gear ratio to get true shaft rpm.

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Just curious. Some do not. That, obviously effects flywheel RPM vs. tail shaft RPM. That effects driveshaft RPM
My converter slips 6.8% across the line so my driveshaft rpm will be slightly lower than flywheel rpm.

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