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1991 ford laser sedan (five door) three speed

How many revs per 100kl should the car be running at

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If you have the 3 speed 1.7 litre engine. you should be pulling 3100 rpms at 100km/h I have heard claims that people have had there's running @ approx. 2000 rpms with a different differential. If you have the 5 speed, it'll be slightly lower at 3000 rpms.

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