??? As long as the hatch and the sedan have the same rear end and transmission, the cars will be at the same RPM at the same speed as long as they are in the same gear. Weight and how "hard the engine works" has nothing to do with it.SBTanMan said:Interesting, for me, at 65 mph the RPM gauge reads 3000 when the overdrive takes over from 4th gear. Maybe the HB weighs more, so the engine has to work a little more?
110 kph is actually 68.5 mph. It's not the same speed as 65 mph. Therefore, at 110 kph the rpm is slightly higher. Eipromb said roughly 65 mph, not exactly, and 3250ish, not exactly 3250. There's no difference to discuss.Inno said:Then how to explain the rpm difference at the same travelling spd??
Step 1: Put foot to floor.rsx_r04 said: