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Old 03/09/16, 06:04 PM   #31
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Gearing my EB to go faster...or atleast Highway speeds

I have a 1975 EB with the factory c-4 automatic, factory gearing (I guess) AND 33' tires. it runs well up to 50 mph. then the rpm's just seem a little to high. So what can I change in order to go faster at less rpm's?
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