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Old 03-25-2012, 10:55 PM
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You could even run like a 26" diameter slick and end up with the same final ratio as running 4.56's with your street tires. My point is it really doesn't matter for the track, you can adjust your slicks to meet the final ratio that you want, it's on the street where you don't want to run tiny or huge tires that you should gear it to what you want. That's my opinion anyway. Final ratio is what really matters. If you run 26" slicks with 3.55's vs. 32" tires with 4.10's, the 3.55 setup is "better" for the track probably, so it just sort of depends on the entire setup

Either are fine for the track, even 3.92 or 3.55 are fine for the track, you can achieve the same final ratio with tire size.

It sounds like you have talked yourself into 4.56 though.
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