3.73 or 4.10?

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Asked by Sep 28, 2011 at 10:27 AM about the Ford Mustang

Question type: Car Customization

Trying to decide which to get but it is a daily driver.

7 Answers

35

I got 3.73 on my 2010, works good enough without taking my speed out on the highway...

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I had 4.10's in an 05 GT and went back to stock... I would vote for 3.73 for a daily driver..

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Which transmission, auto or manual? 3.73 if manual. If automatic and you're *not* worried about your fuel economy, then 4.10. The manual will have more aggressive gear ratios as well as a tighter spread between gears so it's not necessary to go as aggressive as 4.10 back there and that could even be counter-productive. The AOD and AOD-E/4R70W automatics are notorious for having especially tall 1st and 2nd gears so a 4.10 gearset does not behave as radically as you would imagine when that transmission is used.

115

3.73 hands down... saves a little bit of gas and you still get the low end torque you want.

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man go with the 3.73s for day use ive had both if you never hit highways go al the way 4.10s other then that 3.73s are the way to go i have them back in my 07 gtcs theyre great

5

I have a TR-3650 Manual trans I went with 3.73's I love it now thanks for the help

5

my 88 LX has 3.73 work the best for daily use, 4.10 were too much

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