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THE ES350 07 SPECS SAY THE FINAL DRIVE RATIO IS 3.685 TO 1 IS THAT ENG SHAFT TO DRIVE AXLE RATIO?

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Yes, rear end only. If you have overdrive gear in your tranny, the engine to axle ratio will be lower in overdrive.

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At 60mph, why does its runs at 3000rpm


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