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RPM Differences graph

It shows the engine RPM differences between setup's at a selected speed.

The speed is selected in table "RPM differences due to drive train setup changes", per gear between 3 setups.
These setups are compared:

  • Current to Stock
  • Custom to Current
  • Custom to Stock

Example: At 50 Mph in 1st Gear an engine makes 7478 RPM in Stock setup (R:36/F:15), it makes 7910 RPM in Current setup (R:36/F14) and 7793 RPM in Custom setup (R:38/F:15).

This means Current compared to Stock, in Current setup the engine makes 7910-7478=       432 RPM more.
This means Custom compared to Current, in Custom setup the engine makes 7793 -7910=  - 177 RPM less.
This means Custom compared to Stock, in Custom setup the engine makes 7793 -7478 =     315 RPM more.


These values are shown for each gear at the selected speed.
By hovering the cursor over the bars, the compared setup's, the gear and the RPM difference are shown.

If you want to display these RPM differences at another speed, go back to the main page and change the speed in this table.

If you want to display these differences for other sprockets, go back to the main page and change sprockets as you like in all 3 setups or just in 1 or 2 of them.
 

If you want to display the graph for other ratios, change the Custom setup final ratio on the main page. This chart is not related to any other bike specific settings, just the Front- and Rear sprockets in Custom setup (which are shown in the graphs sub-title) !

You can print the graph by hovering over the graph and right click. When using the Stand Alone version of the Gearing Commander you can save the graphs as PNG, JPG or PDF file the same way.

You can print the graph by hovering over the graph and right click.

When using the Stand Alone version of the Gearing Commander you can save the graphs as PNG, JPG or PDF file the same way.

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