I need a higher gear in my 63 dart how??

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Asked by May 24, 2011 at 08:41 PM about the 1963 Dodge Dart

Question type: Car Customization

   I have just traded for a 63 Dodge Dart.Someone has put a 318,and 3 speed in the floor.Only prob I have is it is a very low gear.I would like to cruse in it not take it to the track.Could someone help I am not a Dodge "guy" so someone please help.Thanks, Chris  

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get the car up on the lift and buy a different ring and pinion setup to give you a numerically lower number than what you have now. if you dont understand that if you have a 4.10:1 your drive shaft spins 4 times for every 1 wheel rotation, while a numerically lower ratio like3.1:1 the shaft spins 3 times for every one rotation of the wheels. any way back to business, if their stock or a decent quality after market ring and pinion, your gears will be expressed on the ring gear with the number of teeth on the ring:the number of teeth on the pinion (21:10, 35:14 etc.. etc) take the two numbers you find devide biggest by smallest and youll get your gear ratio.

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