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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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You don't want to go too fast, like I've seen guys use 8 or 9:1 gear ratios and they can't get those big fish out of the heavy cover.
High gear ratios create more torque, so the frame must be strengthened and stabilized to prevent flex.
Five different gear ratios are available, ranging from 3/1 to 50/1.
To select a gear train structure, AW and TMC performed many case studies of ideal gear ratios to realize "Driving pleasure".
Optimized gear ratios (with 2 overdrive gears) with 6 speed automatic transmission for better fuel efficiency - With 6 gears the XUV500 has a higher number of gear ratios than a conventional 5 speed automatic which are optimized todeliver the best fuel efficiency.
As the first truck manufacturer in North America to offer low reduction gear ratios in a proprietary automated manual transmission, the mDRIVE HD 13-speed and mDRIVE HD 14-speed meet the needs of an even wider range of customer applications with the power and performance that only a fully integrated powertrain can offer.
The new mDRIVE HDs share their architecture with the standard model, including reinforced internal components and the same gear ratios for the 12 forward speeds.
Having already tweaked both ride and refinement on this car as recently as 2015, Subaru has contented itself to subtler tweaks for this package of changes, effectively limited to longer gear ratios that improve economy of the four-cylinder Boxer engines on offer.
I was fascinated with the gear ratios, correctly reported in your article.
Increasing the number of gear ratios from six to nine will help reduce emissions and improve efficiency.
though custom gear ratios can be configured to meet almost any application need.
With eight gear ratios available (16:1 to 643:1), the brush DC MG16B gear motor series develops a range of rated torques from 1.