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post #1 of 8 Old 09-06-2015, 01:10 AM Thread Starter
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CVT Manual Mode gear ratios?

Per the spec sheet the Drive Mode ratios are: 2.480-0.396

Anyone know the ratios for the 7 gears in Manual Mode?

1st gear appears to be taller than shortest Drive Mode ratio and 7th gear is shorter than tallest Drive Mode ratio. Sucks.
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Here are diagrams for the Corolla, iM should be the same. Sucks that 1st gear ratio bends like that. So D mode is both faster than M mode when accelerating and more efficient at high speed.

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Transaxle Type
EC60
Pulley Ratio
1st
3.538
2nd
1.913
3rd
1.310
4th
0.971
5th
0.818
6th
0.700
Reverse
3.333
Differential Gear Ratio

4.214

here you go, does this help??
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Transaxle Type
EC60
Pulley Ratio
1st
3.538
2nd
1.913
3rd
1.310
4th
0.971
5th
0.818
6th
0.700
Reverse
3.333
Differential Gear Ratio

4.214

here you go, does this help??
That's for the manual not the CVT.
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Here are diagrams for the Corolla, iM should be the same. Sucks that 1st gear ratio bends like that. So D mode is both faster than M mode when accelerating and more efficient at high speed.

Ok... Thank you for that info... I thought it was just me... I wondered why the M mode on 1st was lame... I wouldn't be able to do a tirespin on a glass surface
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sorry here you go, this is all i could fine as of this time.

Transaxle Type
K313
Pulley Ratio
Forward
2.480 to 0.396
Reverse
2.604 to 1.680
Differential Gear Ratio
5.045
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in M mode will the CVT let you try and start from second?
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in M mode will the CVT let you try and start from second?
No. It will automatically shift to an appropriate gear if the engine speed is too high or too low. So 2nd gear isn't possible until you get to to about 10 mph. When you're stopped the car will automatically go to 1st.
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