# Worries about a gear ratio of 1:1?

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##### Asked by: Joe Carraway

## Are 1 1 gear ratios bad?

**1:1 and similar ratios are considered bad in automotive gearboxes**. If there is one bad tooth it will soon take others with it, if it is always meshing with the same teeth. Automotive gearboxes tend to use coprime ratios (where the 2 gears have no common multiple) to avoid this.

## Can you have a 1 1 gear ratio?

There is a trade-off between speed and torque, which is rotational power. **When the gear ratio is 1:1, the amount of torque is the same, and the speed is the same**.

## When the gear ratio through transmission is 1 1 What is the transmission?

4th gear

In **4th gear**, the gear ratio of 1:1 means that the engine and the transmission’s output rotate at the same speed, referred to as the “direct drive” ratio.

## What is a 1 to 1 gear ratio bike?

If we have a chainring with 30 teeth and a sprocket with 30 teeth, there is no difference between the two; **one full revolution of the pedals will result in one full revolution of the wheel**. As a ratio, this is 1 to 1 (1:1).

## What is a good or bad gearing ratio?

A business with a gearing ratio of more than 50% is traditionally said to be “highly geared”. Something between 25% – 50% would be considered normal for a well-established business which is happy to finance its activities using debt.

## What gear ratio is best for speed?

In the real world, typical street machines with aspirations for good dragstrip performance generally run quickest with **4.10:1** gears.

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## What happens when gear ratio is less than 1?

Typically, gears 5 and sometimes even 4 have ratios less than 1, which means that **engine RPM will be less than wheel RPM in those gears**. For example, gear ratio for 5th gear can typically be 0.9. Such gears (with gear ratios of less than 1) are called overdrive gears.

## What gear ratio is better for torque?

The **numerically higher gear ratio (in this case, 4.30)** increases wheel torque and improves acceleration from low speeds. But the engine does have to run faster to achieve a given speed.

## What does a 2 to 1 gear ratio mean?

The gear ratio is therefore 2:1 (pronounced “two to one”). If you watch the figure you can see the ratio: **Every time the larger gear goes around once, the smaller gear goes around twice**. You can see that if both gears had the same diameter, they would rotate at the same speed but in opposite directions.

## What gear is 1 to 1 in a car?

**4th Gear**. In 4th gear, the gear ratio of 1:1 and with the input and output gears being the same size, it means that the engine and the transmission’s output rotate at the same speed. Both input and output gears have the same amount of teeth.

## What is the most common gear ratio?

The 1st gear ratio for most 4-speed transmissions is about **2.50:1**, and 4th is almost always 1.00:1. The ratios of 2nd and 3rd are placed in between these two, and are discretionary to best serve the weight, intended use, speed, engine tune, and other features of the vehicle.

## Is a higher gear ratio better?

Gear ratios can be boiled down to a single statement: **Higher ratios (with a lower numerical value) give better torque/acceleration** and lower ratios allow for higher top speeds and better fuel economy. Higher ratios mean the engine has to run faster to achieve a given speed.

## What does a high gearing ratio indicate?

A high gearing ratio represents a high proportion of debt to equity, while a low gearing ratio represents a low proportion of debt to equity.

## What are the advantages and disadvantages of gearing?

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Low Geared Advantages | – Burden of loan and interest payments are reduced – Good in times of Recession – Safe for investors |
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Highly Geared Disadvantages | – Intrest payment MUST be paid – Volatile interest payments creates uncertainty – Increase risk for investors |

## What is highly geared?

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## What gear ratio is best for climbing?

The best mountain bike gear ratio for climbing is **46 to 49 on a chainring and 16 to 18 on a cassette**. For more diverse rides, mountain bike gears of ratios 46/17 to 42/17 are what work for flatter terrain or occasional hills. However, with that being said, the perfect ratio usually depends on the terrain you’re riding.

## Is a higher gear ratio better?

Gear ratios can be boiled down to a single statement: **Higher ratios (with a lower numerical value) give better torque/acceleration** and lower ratios allow for higher top speeds and better fuel economy. Higher ratios mean the engine has to run faster to achieve a given speed.

## What is aggressive gearing?

Aggressiveness. Aggressiveness refers to **how short the gears are**. The more aggressive a car’s gearing, the lower the speed that redline is reached in each gear. This improves acceleration and makes the car feel more sporty, at the expense of top speed and fuel economy (this can be gotten around by adding more gears).

## What gear ratio is better for torque?

The **numerically higher gear ratio (in this case, 4.30)** increases wheel torque and improves acceleration from low speeds. But the engine does have to run faster to achieve a given speed.

## Does gear ratio affect horsepower?

**A higher numeric axle ratio (4.11:1) keeps the engine running in the higher horsepower range**, thus improving performance.

## What is a good gear range?

Gear Range and Steps Between Gears

To summarize the above advice, a range of gear ratios from about **0.8:1 to 1.0:1 up to about 3.8:1 to 4.0:1** is reasonable. Total desired gear range in percentage is therefore 380 to 500% (4.0/0.8 * 100% = 500%), so I’ll use 400% to keep things simple.