STEP ONE — GATHER DATA

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Max­i­mum driveshaft rpm (di­vide high­est rpm by low­est trans­mis­sion ra­tio)

Max rpm (5500) / low­est trans­mis­sion ra­tio (1) — this is for the 1:1 top gear in Steve’s TH400. If his trans­mis­sion had a 0.78:1 top gear, we’d di­vide by 0.78 5500

An­gle and slope of driv­ing mem­ber (trans­mis­sion) Mea­sured us­ing dig­i­tal pro­trac­tor against out­put yoke

–3.1 de­grees, down slope

An­gle and slope of each driveshaft

Front shaft: –1.7 de­grees, down slope

Rear shaft: –2.3 de­grees, down slope

Length of each driveshaft, from the cen­tre of uni joint to uni joint

Front shaft: 22.8 inches

Rear shaft: 36.6 inches

An­gle and slope of driven mem­ber (diff)

Mea­sured us­ing dig­i­tal pro­trac­tor against diff yoke –0.5 de­grees, down slope

Off­set of any com­po­nents (viewed from top down) NA

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