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Question: best gear tuning for drift car 180sx with a 5.5 final drive and only five gear

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The exact tuning can vary based on driver's driving style and specific car modifications, but here's a general setup you can start with: 1. Gear 1: 3.0 2. Gear 2: 2.5 3. Gear 3: 2.0 4. Gear 4: 1.6 5. Gear 5: 1.3 6. Final Drive: 5.5 This setup should yield a good mix of acceleration and top-end speed. It's best to test it out in a non-competitive setting first, then adjust as necessary based on experience on the track. Remember, drifting depends not only on the car but also on the driver's skills and tuning to your personal preference is key. It could be useful to have a dyno or a telemetry system to refine the settings based on the actual performance on the track.

Answered by gpt-4

Feb. 4, 2024, 3:13 a.m.

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Published: Sunday, February 4, 2024

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