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gear ratio

n.
The ratio of the speed of rotation of the powered gear of a gear train to that of the final or driven gear.
Translations

gear ratio

n (Cycling) → moltiplica
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Models with xFE are new transmissions with the same space claim and ratings as current models, but incorporate optimized gear ratios coupled with the FuelSense Max package.
Leftlane News has reported that the model is equipped with a new nine-speed automatic transmission, closer gear ratios, a new push-button shift-by-wire gear selector, a next-generation Super Handling All-Wheel Drive system, integrating a new twin-clutch rear differential that is 19 pounds lighter than the previous version.
You'll get your cars in shape to outstrip the competition by selecting gear ratios, aerodynamics and the correct tyres.
though custom gear ratios can be configured to meet almost any application need.
The Grand Vitara retains its full off-road capability though and is one of the few compact 4x4s in its class to include electronically switchable high and low gear ratios and differential lock as standard equipment.
The Grand Vitara retains its full off-road capability though and is one of the few compact 4x4's in its class to include electronically switchable high and low gear ratios and differential lock as standard equipment.
The Grand Vitara retains it's full off-road capability though and is one of the few compact 4x4s in its class to include electronically switchable high and low gear ratios and differential lock as standard equipment.
However, the gearbox has been modified with new gear ratios, the suspension is stiffer and the ride height is 30mm lower all round.
IT stands on lowered suspension, has a modified motor and altered gear ratios.
The machined-aluminum MK-20II features an open-top frame design, silent anti-reverse, five ABEC ball bearings, helical-cut gears, 55 pounds of available drag, and gear ratios of 3.
When the gear ratios are not correct, the motor will be operating below the optimum speed and the torque generated will be below the permissible levels.
Changes to gear ratios, aerodynamic improvements to reduce drag and low rolling resistance tyres help the latest A3 achieve an average of 74.