If you shift with the stock tach you are shifting at 7600 rpm
If you shift at the limiter then that is most likely 8000 rpm
If you shift at a different point, the links are below to figure that out
One example, my bluecar. It has a 275/35/18 tire on it, which is 25.58 inches tall. It has a stock 5 speed transmission. Overall/Final gear ratios are 4.111. It is shifted at 8500 rpm.
4.111, stock transmission, shifting at 8500 rpm.
4.111. stock transmission, shifting at 8000 rpm on the stock tach, aka 7600 rpm.
So you can see that by shifting at a higher RPM, you fall into a bit better point on the dyno chart for this car, and this turbo combination. https://www.gtrusablog.com/2019/10/finally-running-bluecar-on-dyno-results.html
So about if we swapped to a Getrag? Well actually the bluecar used to have a Getrag in it, but we sold it to a friend, that needed one. So add a 6th gear, keep the 4.111 gear vs the 3.545 gear of the R34. Then we get:
5242, nearly that magic number.
Now onto a sequential. My Nismo has(had, till I stole it out for Big Bird 2) OS88 sequential transmission, and 4.3 gears. The OS ratios are:
4.3 gears, OS88 transmission. 58 mph in 1st gear
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