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Old 01-30-2016, 05:06 AM   #1
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New Hurricane 34F

we just traded in our 2015 ace 30.2 yesterday for a hurricane 34f.. as we were driving home I notice that the motor ran at 2500 rpm in order to run at 65mph..it seemed that my ace would run at about 2000 which is a little quieter. does the larger coach need that higher rpm to sustain that speed. has anyone else noticed that this is the norm for these larger coaches..
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Its very likely they are using a taller gear ratio in the rear to help with the heavier coach. Your ace may of had a 4.88 or 5.13 gear set the new one could very well be 6.xx

Not saying you don't know what your doing but do you have it in D or is tow/haul mode engaged? If it's not in drive it won't go to O/D and tow haul will delay it going into O/D.

If you are in fact getting into high gear I would not worry about it. I would just adjust my cruising speed accordingly.
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What year? Which v10 trans combination?
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....I notice that the motor ran at 2500 rpm in order to run at 65mph...
Is it a new 6-speed 2016 chassis?
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