Speed = RPM JDM SLICK TOP Z32 TT 2+0 AUTO

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  1. East Coast Z

    East Coast Z Well-Known Member

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    Too early in the morning..............
    Correction to above post.
    Euro & US spec TT Z32's were factory fitted with 8.5" wide rear rims & 225 45ZR16 tyres.
    These rotate 522.17 times over a mile.

    The 8.5" tyres are 245 45ZR16's & rotate 3 revolutions more over a kilometre!
     
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  2. Gunwarm

    Gunwarm Kamikazee Special Corps

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    Cool thank you very much for the links,will check them all out.Cheers Peter RTE38
     
  3. Gunwarm

    Gunwarm Kamikazee Special Corps

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  4. Gunwarm

    Gunwarm Kamikazee Special Corps

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    Got bad news for you,did speed check with GPS Speedo and my speedo is spot on.So much for your maths and what I asked for was so easy to do but know it has to be a big drama on here as always. Drove her to day and she runs Beautiful as it always has.Cheers Peter RTE38. 100_5923.JPG
     
  5. zx299

    zx299 Well-Known Member

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    As East Coast Z stated......
    You told us that at 50kmhr=1500rpm and 100kmhr= 2500rpm.

    You don't have to be Albert Einstein to see that is mathematically impossible :eek:

    For those who are numerically challenged, here's a simplification .......

    50kmhr @ 1500rpm translates to 33.33kmhr per 1000rpm
    and
    100kmhr @ 2500rpm translates to 40kmhr per 1000rpm

    This thread only became a big drama (your words) because you wanted to argue with the facts :cool:
     
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  6. Gunwarm

    Gunwarm Kamikazee Special Corps

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    So you are saying the GPS is wrong LOL Nice night all and thank you for all comments . Ill stay with GPS and Highway Patrol Radar as I had them pace her.
     
  7. rob260

    rob260 Moderator Staff Member

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    Why did you post if you are convinced you already know the answer?
     
  8. harty

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    There’s a pattern
     
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  9. stumagoo

    stumagoo Active Member

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    Actually I suspect your rev counter is not the most accurate at lower revs, or if you have an auto its slipping a little at those revs which is not unusual in my books. Infact if I remember correctly there is a torque converter lockup point where it does create a direct drive at a certain rev point.
     
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  10. Gunwarm

    Gunwarm Kamikazee Special Corps

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    That was the answer
     
  11. Gunwarm

    Gunwarm Kamikazee Special Corps

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    No its not the rpm,no my cars are well looked after the auto don't slip. They are 20 inch wheels on my Z32. 100_5565.JPG
     
  12. Gunwarm

    Gunwarm Kamikazee Special Corps

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    Is there now,wonder why you think that.;)
     

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