4 Cyl vs 6 Cyl Sonata

Discussion in 'Hyundai Sonata' started by Partner, Dec 22, 2006.

  1. Partner

    Matt Whiting Guest

    I just got back from a short trip and here are the figures roughly
    (within 50 RPM or so).

    55 MPH = 2300
    60 MPH = 2500
    65 MPH = 2750
    70 MPH = 2950

    Basically, it is one tick on the tach for each 5 MPH increment from 55
    through 70, but at 55 it is maybe a needle width above the 2250 tick
    mark and at 70 it is maybe a needle width below the 3000 tick mark.
    This is in 5th gear with the manual transmission and I-4 engine.


    Matt
     
    Matt Whiting, Dec 29, 2006
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  2. For comparison

    55 = 1800
    60 = 2000
    65 = 2100
    70 = 2200
    80 = 2450
    100= Did not keep a steady enough speed long enough to be accurate
     
    Edwin Pawlowski, Dec 29, 2006
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