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      Calculators...

      Don't know where I could post this one, but here it is. A bunch of different ones too.

      http://www.csgnetwork.com/automotiveconverters.html
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      Nice find! I'll stick it to the top for a little while.

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      Calculators

      Quote Originally Posted by Ralph LoGrasso
      Nice find! I'll stick it to the top for a little while.
      Wow, I've never seen such a complete list of calculators. Definetly a keeper.
      Ken

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      Thanks! great post!


      "I'm dumb enough to ask stupid questions...but just smart enough to recognize a stupid answer"

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      Quote Originally Posted by el-camino
      Well i can honestly say the HP calculator is WAY off, i punched in my 1/4 time of 11.88 and my vehicle weight of 3500 lbs and its telling me i have 412 hp at the wheels and 536 at the crank.......
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      Awesome link...

      Ive had this one mimiced on my site for ever. got it from a stang site log time ago

      http://www.cecoatings.com/HP.html
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      Quote Originally Posted by FSTFBDY
      Awesome link...

      Ive had this one mimiced on my site for ever. got it from a stang site log time ago

      http://www.cecoatings.com/HP.html


      I went to this link and found it very useful. Not precise but close.....
      thanks for the link

      Billy

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      Good find Zbugga :D

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      is there a good way to figure out your max safe RPM?
      work in progress--for the next 10 years.
      1987 monte carlo ss 383ci, 9.7:1, xe274 cam, vortec heads, 200r4, 3.73 posi.

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      Tnx man this was a great site
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      calculator

      I didnt see anyone post this site. sorry if its a repeat
      http://www.golenengineservice.com/ht...rs.html#DRcalc
      It appears to be accurate for my Mercedes CLS 550 1/4mi - Hp calculations
      I am curious to see how it works for other people.

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      I don't know if anyone has posted this list yet, but here is the link:

      http://www.wallaceracing.com/Calculators.htm


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      Thats an awesome site.

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      Anyone have a link to one that you can put in your transmission gears and then it will display a graph that shows speed at RPM
      James J.

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      Quote Originally Posted by JamesJ View Post
      Anyone have a link to one that you can put in your transmission gears and then it will display a graph that shows speed at RPM
      here's one for several transmissions:http://700r4.com/speedoCalc/rpmgearscalc.shtml
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      Quote Originally Posted by JamesJ View Post
      Anyone have a link to one that you can put in your transmission gears and then it will display a graph that shows speed at RPM
      This one is what I use for myself and customers builds. Gives you speed in all gears and percentage of pull in each gear. Just enter final drive ratio, tire height and shift rpm. It is amazing what difference a few hundred rpm makes overall. You can save every combo you try as a pdf.

      http://weddleindustries.com/gear-calculator