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I just bought a 2008 Mustang Gt and the speedo was off and so I had been trying to figure out why and it came with a tuner and so I decided to tune for gear ratios and got to 4.10 and now the speedometer is correct.. at 70 mph in 5th i'm right at 2400 rpm, 80 close to 2800-2900.. first gear is also EXTREMELY short. so I was wondering if any of yall think that sounds like 4.10s before I take the time to get out in this 100+ degree weather and jack it up to see.
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4.10s at least. I think American Muscle has a rpm table on there sight. Look up 4.10 gears and I think it's on that page. Doesn't seem like I'm quite that high at 70. But I'm going to say yes to 4.10s.
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I bought an extended warranty on my 05 v6 only because it was 100% money back if unused at the end of it's term. Didn't bother with the 05 GT, don't regret it one bit. Would not buy one that isn't 100% money back.
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