i want the gear so the car is going 100 mph at 6000 rpm 1:1 drive(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

at end of 1/4 mile.

have figured out this much for dry run.

32 inch DIAMETER tire x pi 3.14 = circumference.

let's call it 100 inches.

one mile is 5280 feet.

engine will turn at 6000 RPM.

RPM is in minutes.

MPH is in hours.

that's as far as i've gotten.

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# Automotive 100 MPH/Rear Gear 1/4 Mile Drag Calculations

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