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What gear does the 2013 GT auto base come in?

Was wondering what gear it came in and what do the different gears mean? 3.73, 4.10 ect.
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It depends you can get them with different gears if you don't know which one you have you could go to the back of your car and look underneath it where the gears are located and it should say with a sticker but 373 are more of overall performance and what i mean is that they are good for highway drag strip and road course pretty much every day use now 410 are pretty much for drag racing not as convent for every day use and i hoped i helped
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Auto comes in 3.15:1

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the numbers refer to the final gear ratio at the rear axle from the engine to the tires. your first step down is the transmission. the number is the ratio between the driveshaft rotational speed and the axles/tires rotational speed. 3.73 means that the driveshaft has to make 3.73 revolutions/rotations for one complete revolution/rotation of the axles/tires.

the higher the gear, the higher your engine will have to rev for every speed and the more torque you will get at the wheels. one thing to note though is that higher gears do not change the output torque of the engine, they just multiply it by a higher number so you get more to the wheels.
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ALL auto's come with a 3:15, there are no other gear options. But the 6R80 has a more aggressive first gear ratio then the MT-82 so it will feel more like a 3:55 or so...
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Thanks for the replies. I meant to say how does it come Stock from the factory on a base auto 5.0. But the guy above me said they come 3:15
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Thanks for the replies. I meant to say how does it come Stock from the factory on a base auto 5.0. But the guy above me said they come 3:15
Yep, 3:15 is the only choice.

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