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post #15 of 24 (permalink) Old 08-27-2011, 09:57 PM
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How accurate are those calculators by Zeal Works or MFactory? Could be a way to check.
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Well it came from craigslist and i accidently deleted his number only days before finding out it was f'd in the a.
Im starting to understand everything, now i just need somebody that knows how to use the calcs help me figure out if i have LS internals or B16 with a different FD gear, bc i will just put another FD gear on it if thats all it is.

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Changing only the final drive would make a b16 more sluggish, but it would not post numbers identical to an LS. The only way that happens is if someone put an LS trans in a b16 case.

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Changing only the final drive would make a b16 more sluggish, but it would not post numbers identical to an LS. The only way that happens is if someone put an LS trans in a b16 case.
I know, thats why im wondering if thats in fact what I have.
I will post the rpms for the different trannys in my first post also, bc it wasnt exact even given the 100-200 rpms that the stock tach can be off.
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OK...so, in one post, you say that the numbers matched the LS. Now you're saying they don't. So which is it?!

You say you suspect the FD. Take the RPM number from the b16, divide by the b16 FD, then multiply by the LS FD. If they match, then it is just the FD. If not, keep plugging numbers.
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check the TI Calculator.
punch in the ls final drive and gears and print that out. nobody is going to bother putting in a b16 fd with ls gearing...
so with that being said, drive around and check ALL ur gears. if they all match up then u indeed have an ls trans.
if one gear is off u can punch numbers in and find out which gear whatever it is u have off. take it back if u can, u got scammed.
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Sooooooo where can i find the calc? i searched.......
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Hey I just drove my Ls a few mins ago. In 4th gear @60mph = 4000rpm by using a GPS to calculate my actual speed.

However on the speedometer it says [email protected] so according to the gps i went a bit higher to reach 60mph. a friend told me that as the car ages(mileage) the speedometer becomes less accurate. not the rpm but the speed section.

Hope this helps!
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Sooooooo where can i find the calc? i searched.......
ever since this site got a renevation ive been having a hard time finding the articles.
do what i do, go to google and search team integra gear ratio calculator, itll give u the link. goodluck
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