With the specified equipment on the Build Specification page, I used several online sources to come up with estimated performance for the vehicle:
|Tire Size Input||Gear Ratios|
|Calculated Tire Size||6th|
|RPM at Cruising Speed|
|MPH at Engine Speed (Shift Points)|
- The speed shown in first gear on the RPM at Cruising Speed Chart would be limited by the 6000 RPM red line.
- The top speed shown on the MPH at Engine Speed table is theoretical only being simply based on the ratios. Actual top speed is governed by other factors as well such as peak horsepower, aerodynamics, handling characteristics, tire conditions and other environmental factors (humidity, temperature, etc).
- From what I have seen online the max horsepower is developed around 5500 based on torque/hp curves online (which are only a rough approximation of the actual engine performance) and does not include drive train power losses, etc. I am guessing that by the time you take all into account top speed would be in the 140-150 MPH range.