In these graphs you can see your speeds when shifting gear at the optimal RPM, initially the M.P.RPM.
what you see in these graphs. But all of this is theoretically because
when you shift gear, you are going to loose some speed. But for
comparison between setups, this loss can be eliminated.
In the above graph you shift from 2nd to 3rd gear at 150.4 km/h and from 3rd to 4th at 189.6 km/h. After changing sprockets (from 36/15 to 39/15) the following shift speeds apply:
From 2nd to 3rd at 138.8 km/h and from 3rd to 4th at 175 km/h. So not only will the top speed be lower, also the 'shift speeds' are lower. Of course a better way to influence shift speeds is to change to gear ratio per gear but mostly that is not possible unless you apply major surgery to your gearbox. By changing sprockets it is also possible to change shift speeds and adapt them to the race track circumstances.
If you want to display the graph at another Shift-RPM range, change the M.P.RPM in Custom setup.
If you want to display
these Shift-Speed graphs 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
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.
By hovering the cursor over the intersection of vertical RPM grid lines and the colored speed lines, the corresponding RPM and Speed is shown for that gear.
You can print the graph by clicking the 'Print All Graphs'-button. The 3 graphs will be printed on separte pages. If you select your installed 'print to pdf'-printer, you can save the graphs as PDF-files.
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