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Ford Performance Ring and Pinion Gear Kit; 4.10 Gear Ratio (11-14 V6)

Item 24002G116
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      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • Ford Racing Quality
      • Strong Forged Construction
      • 4.10 Gear Ratio
      • 8.8" Ring Gear Diameter
      • For Street or Track Use
      • Fits 2011-2014 V6 Mustangs


      Improve ET's and low end torque. Are you looking to get more low end grunt off the line and lower ET's at the same time? Then look no further than installing a set of steeper gears in your Pony. Ford Racing Ring and Pinion Gears are perfect for street, road, or race use.

      Superior Quality.
      These Ford Racing 4.10 Mustang ring and pinion gears feature a super strong forged construction, CNC cut & lapped gear teeth, and a black oxide finish to resist corrosion.

      This Ford Racing Ring and Pinion Gear set will fit all 2011-2014 V6 Mustangs. A master bearing kit is recommended by most installers, especially on high mileage vehicles, see drop down option above.

      Attention 2010 and newer Mustang Owners.
      Starting in 2010 Ford changed the inner rear gear pinion bearing in all 8.8" equipped Mustangs. Because of this you will require a new 8.8" rear gear pinion bearing (Ford part# 9L3Z-4630-A) for proper installation, please see drop down option above.

      Technical Note. Installation costs will vary, but a good rule of thumb is between $250 and $300. Be sure to work with a reliable shop that you trust for installations. You can also save money on your installation labor by having your Trac-Lok rebuilt at the same time as your gears are installed, see drop down option above.

      Fitment: 2011 2012 2013 2014 Details

      MPN# M-4209-88410

      CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -


      Customer Reviews (40)

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      Ratings Summary

      5.0 out of 5 overall rating from 40 customers

      Installation Time: Weekend

      Installation Cost: $250-$500

      • February 07, 2020

        5 2012 V6 - BenjaminH Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $500-$1000


        These things are night and day from stock V6 gears. There’s no way you can have a drag build without something like this. Beware though, my rpms on the highway at 70mph was around 2500rpms so your gas mileage will take a hit with these.

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      • July 13, 2019

        5 2011 V6 - xtracaf

        That’s a big difference

        No issues. I had mechanic install. You will feel the difference. You will channel you inner Steve McQueen. You will want to drag every car you encounter for pink slips when the light turns green. Man, oh man, it sounds so much better too. I did go for the Bama tune to bring it all together.

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      • December 12, 2017

        5 2012 V6 - GerritS Installation Time: Afternoon


        The difference between the stock 3.7 gear vs. the 4.10 is crazy, a little jumpy at first but the HP and Torque is Noticeable. The car feels awake and is ready to Blow the rear wheels off I’m in love with my purchase. Acceleration makes me feel confident enough to race the 5.0 GT’s. If you are looking to get these gears YOU MUST BY A HANDHELD TUNE! Without this the car governor gets confused and tops out at 70mph... so get a tune to adjust the settings and you’re good to go! Overall amazing purchase and I recommend this to any Mustang owner to make the car wake up to its potential power. Installation was $602 at The Dealer so be prepared to drop some cash

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      • October 09, 2017

        5 2014 V6 - Ken Installation Time: Full Day

        410 ford ring and pinionl

        Car is a very powerful ride. Very nice high speed geers

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      • June 10, 2017

        4 2013 V6 - SpcBaez Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $250-$500

        Good upgrade

        Comstock (Daddy Dave Shop) did the install and it was a good and pleasant upgrade. Take off is awesome and you will lose your top end pulls. Stock DS vibrates pretty bad so I got the one piece but overall I didn't have bad gas milage.

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      • December 09, 2016

        5 2014 V6 - Amandeep

        One of the best things to do with your Mustang!

        Highly recommended Mod for your V6 Automatic Mustang, if you want to bring it in real Sports Car category. Much quicker than Stock.

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      • June 03, 2016

        5 2014 V6 - Pheen Installation Time: Afternoon

        Always in power band

        After installing this in my mustang the launches have never been the same. I never knew my car could take of so fast and hard. I have wheels pin even with traction control on with the stock wheels. Looking to get wider wheels is my next purchase. I had a friend install this for me took him about 4 hours with shop lift

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      • December 02, 2014

        5 2014 V6 - PatrickH

        410s are awesome!

        Ok, so I am back. My work told me there would be no time off for the rest of the year, other than thanksgiving, so I installed my 410 gears in my 2014 v6 mustang. All went far better than expected; especially considering all the horror stories I have heard. Huge, massive difference! The car is killer crazy with these things! I got the gear kit long ago, and recently got the rear installation kit (must have), then took the plunge. NOTE: If you are not going to have your car on a shop lift, remove the axle! It is not that much more to do it, you will thank yourself later! Then, set it up as a makeshift bench to work on and take your time with it. I credit the reason to no rear gear noise on my 410s to time and patience. I also pulled them in tight. (They wear and create larger backlash over time) ...Not too tight as to cook them for dinner, but tight as in (.008 all around the ring gear tight) Possibly another few thousands out and you are ok. I put my original left factory shim into place, and loaded the right to where I could push shims in by hand. I got .004" backlash. I then added the .012 preload all on the right for the heck of it. Guess what? This was the magic puzzle for my car. It pushed to the left enough to get .008 all around the ring gear. I am blown away on how awesome the car is now, along with no problems what-so-ever. American muscle, the bama tuner folks, etc, really set me up for mass amounts of fun, and I thank them deeply for it. I will not credit myself for doing this so well, especially with 410 gears and the notorious whine many get, but rather, Ken at . This was incredible for me. It certainly helps to have a Ford Senior Tech along your side, not just in the videos, but in email as well. What a heck of a cool guy he is. Thank you very much Ken!

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      • February 05, 2014

        5 2013 V6 - Rush Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $100-$250

        Absolutely recommend!

        The difference between 2.73 Gears and 4.10 Gears is like the difference between night and day... White and black... you catch my drift? These gears are a must have! for only $160 plus installation fees why wouldn't you?! Just remember to buy the gear install kit! I didn't buy one and had to pay extra, I only bought the rear end pinion bearing. The response time is extremely amazing, I went WOT while my co-worker was in the passenger seat and he just went crazy, Told me he felt like someone was holding him back into the seat, LOL! Everyone is just surprised that this is in fact a V6... This is a must have mod! Just remember to purchase a tuner beforehand, Else your speedometer will go crazy... I'm driving it with stock tune right now and while going around 60-65, The car hits the governed speed and refuses to let me go faster... Tuner is on its way though, Should have ordered it the same day!

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      • January 25, 2014

        5 2012 V6 - Orlando01 Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $250-$500

        Pulls harder!

        I love what this 4.10 gear has done for my mustang. The cars OEM rear gear was a 3.31 which provided good acceleration. But, incomparable with the faster acceleration and stronger pull of this 4.10 gearing. The car races up the RPM with minimal effort. Great up grade for an enthusiast. May be to much for the common driver. Gear install by CRE performance, Port Saint Lucie, Fl.

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      Questions & Answers (9 answers)

      5 Top Rated Questions

      Will this require a tune once installed?

      • The Ford Performance 4.10 Gears will not require you to add a tune, however will be recommended. With new gears, a tune will correct your speedometer and assure the drivetrain will properly operate especially if you are using this for a performance application.

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      I have a manual 2011 GT/CS would it be recommended to get the 4.10 if it's my daily ?

      • Since you have a 2011 GT/CS as your daily driver, my recommendation would be 3.73 gears item #24001G11. The 4.10 gears are great for acceleration and the track, however it will put more strain and abuse on your engine. The 3.73 gears are not going to put the same amount of strain on your engine and drivetrain.

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      I have a 2014 V6 automatic with the performance package. Gears in the package are 3:31. I autocross and sometimes track the car. Lots of mods to the car for autocross. Looking for more low end power coming out of sharp (slow) autocross turns. Right now I feel the car is sluggish before hitting the power band. Now the down side....I don't want to get too steep of gear as I want to be able to street the car and do some traveling with it. Mileage it not an issue but just don't want it to be stupid on the highway. Actually I am torn between the 3:73 and the 4:10. Leaning toward 3:73 but don't want to make a mistake. Mods: shortie headers, airaid, bama, hr springs, koni, driveshaft shop, brembo, borla.

      • For your specific application, it would be a good idea to stick with the 3.73 Gears. 4.10's are perfect for drag racing. But since you are just looking for more low end power for turns, it would be a good idea to go with the 3.73's. They will definitely be a step up from the stock 3.31s, but they will not be to crazy to where it is hard to make the turn. 3.73's will be perfect for street driving and taking trips. Your fuel mileage will be affected but not drastically.

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      How is it driving in the snow? I was wondering how it was driving in the rain or even if there is about 1-3" of snow. Is it hard to stay on the road in either situations?

      • In my Colorado driving, my worst problems were taking off, and some fish-tailing here and there. Roll with the punches and stay calm. Stangs actually have a very long wheel base, which helps in keeping the vehicle aligned. However, nothing is perfect when it comes to winter driving. Get a good all season radial and they do well. I often drive home in the snow noting large super off road suvs rolled over off to the side as I pass by in my stang offering help or just picking these poor dudes up. Frankly, I think it has to do with common sense, safe driving, and all season tires, but to be safer, throw 2-3 of those sand bags from the local store in your trunk. Also, no vehicle controls the ice, ice controls the vehicle. So, if you ponder what to do on a bad snowy day, stay home, call in sick, I will vouch for you! In bad weather, you are more important than rolling the dice just to make your boss happy.

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      With Gear Install Kit Is it necessary to purchase the Gear Install Kit along with the gears for the actual installation? My Mustang has fairly low miles so it shouldn't really need any replacement parts.

      • You need to purchase it. I had my 4.10 gears installed with 3k miles and didn't get the install kit myself for the same reason, but apparently pulling the old stuff out makes them unusable and it has to be replaced.

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      4 More Questions
      What parts do I buy? If I take this to a local shop, what all do I need to buy to install the gears? are any of the other options needed or just suggested? 2 answers
      4.10 vs 3.75 i dont know which gear kit would be best, im looking for the absolute best gains in performance. which gear kit would be best? 2 answers
      Speed recalibration Do these gears require that you recalibrate the speedometer? 2 answers
      would running these gears with the stock driveshaft be dangerous? 2 answers

      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Ring gear
      • (1) Pinion gear

      Tech Specs

      Approximate RPM for 2011+ V6

      Gear @25 MPH @35 MPH @45 MPH @55 MPH @65 MPH @75 MPH
      1 4628 6479        
      2 3072 4301 5100% 6759    
      3 2137 2991 3846 4701 5556 6410
      4 1669 2337 3004 3672 4339 5007
      5 1264 1770 2276 2782 3287 3793
      6 822 1151 1479 1808 2137 2466

      Gear @25 MPH @35 MPH @45 MPH @55 MPH @65 MPH @75 MPH
      1 5274          
      2 2959 4142 5325 6509    
      3 1923 2692 3462 4231 5000 5769
      4 1445 2023 2601 3179 3757 4335
      5 1096 1535 1973 2412 2850 3289
      6 874 1223 1573 1922 2272 2621

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